A surrogacy bill that excludes same-sex couples may push Israelis' revulsion with power-hungry ultra-Orthodox politicians to a boiling point
Firms vow to help workers fund procedure as labor federation comes out in favor of strike called by LGBT group
Protesters block roads over bill excluding same-sex couples. Organizer of demonstration: 'The prime minister's smiling face shows his huge disconnect from the people'
Only on Sunday the PM said he'd like to see the law amended during the current Knesset's term
The prime minister said he'd like to see the law amended during the current Knesset's term if possible. Opposition and coalition lawmakers alike think chances are small that his conservative government would amend the law
Explained Democrats Now Contend With Wave of Progressives Who Criticize Israel and Threaten to Split the Party
Is the Democratic party taking a more critical stand toward Israel, leaving liberal Zionists without a political home?
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat claims it wasn’t a municipality initiative to light up the Chords Bridge in gay flag colors. But a city council member tells a different story
It took Ofir Raul Graizer eight years to get his debut film onto the big screen. Now, fresh from critical acclaim for his sweet tale, he’s baking up an American remake
Before they are seen as regular people who can nonchalantly feature in the family snapshot, the state will put up 1,001 obstacles to prevent them from starting families
A legal amendment under consideration would be a license for blatant discrimination against women, Arabs, LGBT individuals and others