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Hiddush ranked Israel as the only Western democracy that is on a par with Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and other Islamic states in relation to freedom of marriage.
Hiddush also found that almost two thirds of Israeli Jews do not know that Israeli Jewish couples who marry in civil ceremonies overseas can, according to Israeli law, only get divorced through the Israeli Orthodox Rabbinical Courts.
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Despite its criminalization under Israeli law, polygyny is nevertheless still practiced by Israel’s Muslim Bedouin community, where about 25% of men are believed to have more than one wife, and it is also recognized for existing marriages of immigrant Jews from diaspora communities where polygyny was never outlawed by rabbinical decree, mostly among some Yemenite Jews, though these are extremely rare cases.