“I’m supposed to go into battle knowing that I’m a second class citizen, only because I’m gay. That I’m good enough to die for this country, but not good enough to be an equal-rights citizen.”
16-year-old Shira Banki was murdered by a Jewish extremist at last year's Gay Pride Parade in Jerusalem.
Trying to make it work in a fractured system finally paid off—after five years.
After the Ministry of Education banned a book for its depiction of Jewish-Arab love, six couples fought back.
The policy change affects what is already one of the world's most inclusive military organizations.
Israel may become the first marriage equality country in the Middle East and Asia.
The ultra-orthodox Jewish assailant stabbed six at Jerusalem's Gay Pride, killing a 16-year-old girl.