Ultra-Orthodox Block Appointments of Tzohar Candidates for Rabbinical Court

Eight of the 22 new judges are moderate religious-Zionists, which bodes well for women's rights, activists say.

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Israel has chosen 22 new judges for its regional rabbinical courts, making progress in a years-long saga as both ultra-Orthodox and religious-Zionist Jews declare victory. The result is also seen as an...