Hundreds of Jewish Divorces in Israel Delayed Despite Rabbinical Judges Granting Them

More than 2,000 divorce cases before rabbinical courts were closed before the court ruled on them, Haaretz has learned: 'The court made it very difficult for me, tripping me up with every request'

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Hundreds of divorce litigants before Israeli rabbinical courts were never granted a “get” – a formal Jewish bill of divorce – despite rulings ordering it, and in more than 2,000 divorce cases before rabbinical...