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Haaretz illustration: Israelis protested countrywide after a surrogacy law passed without an amendment that could have permitted same-sex male couples to use surrogacy services.
Haaretz illustration: Israelis protested countrywide after a surrogacy law passed without an amendment that could have permitted same-sex male couples to use surrogacy services. Credit: Amos Biderman
Amos Biderman
Amos Biderman

Tensions in Israel were high last week after Netanyahu flip-flopped on his position regarding the passing of a surrogacy law without an amendment that would have allowed same-sex male couples to use surrogacy services in Israel.

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