The Jewish Bridegroom Who Wouldn’t Wear a Kippa

Rabbinic voices of decency and integrity are too often drowned out in Israel by the shrill, wicked cries of the religious and ultra-nationalist fanatics. The result: secular Israelis repel Jewish law.

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The young bridegroom sitting opposite me is handsome, intelligent, sensitive and charming. He is also secular and strong willed. "I do not want to wear a kippa, or a hat, or a cap under my chuppah", he...