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However, civil, interfaith and same-sex marriages entered into abroad are recognized by the state.Over 50 percent of Israelis marry before age 25, with marriage rates much higher among Israeli Arabs and the ultra-Orthodox than among secular Jews, according to statistics released 18 June 2019 by the Central Bureau of Statistics.Israel’s religious authorities — the only entities authorized to perform weddings in Israel — are prohibited from marrying couples unless both partners share the same religion.Therefore, interfaith couples can be legally married in Israel only if one of the partners converts to the religion of the other.Under the Ottoman Empire all matters of a religious nature and personal status, which included marriage, were within the jurisdiction of Muslim courts and the courts of other recognized religions, called confessional communities, under a system known as millet.Capitulation Treaties also permitted the registration of marriages and divorces in the British, German, American and other consulates during the Ottoman period.Our relationship would be based on mutual trust, openess and respect.I believe we choose each other every new day, i m loking for the one to be in love i like world rally Championship I love traveling around the world Life Thinking of wealth and wealth Love to help people my clothing style is modern Elegant i m tall and lokingborn in Israel, most of the time i try to enjoy life by traveling and making sport, in the time left i deal with real astste 1.
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Article 15 required the mandatory administration to see to it that complete freedom of conscience and the free exercise of all forms of worship were permitted.
Those mandates were never enforced or put into effect.
Under the arrangement, the Mandate period confessional system would continue, with membership in the Jewish community being on the basis of membership of a body called "Knesset Israel", which was a voluntary organization that managed registrations of people who were related to it—that is, those recognised as Jews.