Where can a Jew and a non-Jew get married in Israel?


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2010-12-14 08:36:10
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No. In fact, as there is no such thing as a secular marriage in Israel, there can't be any intermarriage between any religious group. People who wish to marry someone of a different religion will get married outside of Israel, the marriage will be recognized once they return to Israel.

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