In Octoberthe Ministry of Health issued a statement announcing that it considers conversion therapy to "create false impressions of scientific recognition even though there is no scientific evidence that it is at all successful. Magen David Adom in Hebrew. Only marriages sanctioned by the religious authorities may be performed within Israel this applies to opposite-sex couples who are not eligible for religious weddings also. Conversion therapy banned by law. In Julythe Israeli High Court proposed to make it easier for children raised by same-sex couples to be registered on official documents with the names of both their parents. The government I'll be part of, will not recognize same-sex couples".
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The women murdered in Israel in 2018
Another reason for focussing on this law was that Ora Namirthe aunt of Hadar Namir, led the Knesset committee on labor and welfare. Anonymous60, was found dead in an apartment in Pardes Hanna on March Iman Ahmad Awad29, was found with knife wounds at her Acre home on December A law was introduced to the Knesset in June to eliminate gender markers on National Identity Cards. Retrieved 20 January Discrimination against gay, lesbian and bisexual soldiers in recruitment, placement and promotion is prohibited in Israel. We want to create a sense of relevance with other communities.
It is unreasonable for the couple to be [legally] recognized as parents but for the certificate not to give expression to that fact. Sexual orientation and gender identity in the Israeli military. We are deciding that within the context of the status of the population registry as a recorder of statistics, the registration official should register in the population register what is implied by the public certificate that is presented to him by the petitioners, according to which the petitioners are married and in view of the role of the registration official as a collector of statistical material for the purpose of managing the registry Unregistered cohabitation in Israel and Recognition of same-sex unions in Israel. However, given that Israeli law makes it difficult for its transsexuals to begin transition until they reach 18, the draft age, and does not normally allow for sex reassignment surgery to be performed before the age of 21, so far the only person who underwent surgery while serving is Shachae Erez, the first openly transgender person to become an officer. Tel Aviv has frequently been referred to by publishers as one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world,  famous for its annual Pride Parade and gay beach,  earning it the nickname "the gay capital of the Middle East" by Out magazine.