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2 edition of Jewish divorces found in the catalog.

Jewish divorces

South African Law Commission.

Jewish divorces

approved by the Working Committee on 27 November 1992

by South African Law Commission.

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Published by The Commission in [Pretoria] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Divorce (Jewish law) -- South Africa.,
  • Divorce -- Law and legislation -- South Africa.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSouth African Law Commission.
    SeriesWorking paper / South African Law Commission -- 45, Project / South African Law Commission -- 76, Working paper (South African Law Commission) -- 45., Project (South African Law Commission) -- 76.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 133 p. ;
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20887940M
    ISBN 100621153311

    Question: Dear Rabbi, How do you explain the divorce in Jeremiah? How do you explain that the Jewish people are divorced from God by His own word? How do we as Jews get back to God under the Law which prohibits us from coming back? I am not saying that we are no longer God's Chosen – I am saying that for us to be reconciled to God, it cannot happen under the Law.   Jewish records, including synagogue records, contain information specifically about Jews. These include vital records (births, marriages, divorces, and deaths) prepared by or for Jewish communities, registers of name changes, account books of .

    What is the method of a Jewish divorce? Just as marriage is a metaphysical reality – two souls fusing together to create one complete soul – so too divorce is a metaphysical reality. For a Jewish couple to become divorced, the man must give the woman a document called a .   With Jewish divorce rates at 30%, NY Orthodoxy responds ‘Rising From Divorce’ seeks to engage the insular community with concrete methods to ease children’s pain in the aftermath of an all.

    To prepare for this competition my wife, two sons, and I spent over six months reading every Jewish joke book we could find, including many now out-of-print, to cull only the very best Jewish jokes for the game. We were on the lookout for Jewish jokes everywhere. The Jewish Laws of Divorce – Get According to the Old Testament, a Jewish marriage is ended when the husband gives his wife a document, a 'get'. This get is written by a scribe and presented in the presence of a rabbinic court and qualified witnesses. This tradition is.


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Traditional Jewish divorce law points up two things: how much Jewish divorces book has taken place during the evolution of this halacha (Jewish legal system) and how much further development it needs to serve women more equitably and indiscriminately. According to biblical law, a man is permitted to divorce his wife at will and send her away from his : Blu Greenberg.

This book reminds us that there is no guilt in divorce - it is a critical, powerful and important life cycle event when necessary and nothing to be ashamed of. This book helps the Jewish reader find his/her way toward healing during and after divorce.

It also is helpful in guiding friends and family as they lend support to one who is divorced/5(13). A get or gett (/ ɡ ɛ t /; Hebrew: גט ‎, plural gittin גיטין) is a document in Jewish religious law which effectuates a divorce between a Jewish divorces book couple. The requirements for a get include that the document be presented by a husband to his wife.

The essential part of the get is a very short declaration: "You are hereby permitted to all men". The effect of the get is to free the woman.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes. ChaeRan Freeze explores the impact of various forces on marriage and divorce among Jews in 19th-century Russia. Challenging romantic views of the Jewish family in the shtetl, she shows that divorce rates among Russian Jews in the first half of the century were astronomical compared to the non-Jewish population.

Even more surprising is her conclusion that these divorce rates tended to drop. While divorce is not looked at favorably in Judaism, it is by no means prohibited and, in certain cases, it is even encouraged.

The rabbis of the Talmud considered marriage a holy contract, and the dissolution of marriage an unholy act. They quote the prophet Malachi, “the Lord has been witness between you and your wife of your youth against whom you have dealt treachorously, though.

Jewish Divorce in the Bible. When a man takes a wife and is intimate with her, and it happens that she does not find favor in his eyes because he discovers in her an unseemly matter, and he writes for her a document of severance, gives it into her hand, and sends her away from his house.

Gotta Give to Get. Divorce is rarely a simple matter for any couple, but in the Orthodox Jewish community, it can be a ruthless and often brutal process, especially for women. Jewish Records of Lyakhovichi: Births, Marriages, Deaths, Divorces, and Communal Records A Survey's Preview Deborah G.

Glassman, copyright This is a page in our Special Record Collections and Jurisdictions section. To see all of the resources of this area, click the "Collections" button in the left-hand column. The Jewish view on marriage, historically, provided Biblically mandated rights to the wife which were accepted by the husband.

A marriage was ended either because of a divorce document given by the man to his wife, or by the death of either party. Certain details, primarily as protections for the wife, were added in Talmudic times. Non-Orthodox developments have brought changes in who may.

The Jewish Divorce Process. Traditionally, Jewish divorce is granted by a rabbinical court (bet din, "house of judgment") in addition to the civil court.

This is now voluntary everywhere except Israel, where the rabbinate still controls matters of marriage and divorce. Jewish divorces in Israel up 5% inwith 86% increase in one town O couples formally end their marriages; statistics don’t cover divorces for non-Jews or Jewish.

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He goes to a Jewish preschool, and while it’s important to me that he learns about our religion, it’s also important that he learns that there are many different kinds of Jews—I recently attended a panel that talked about racism in the Jewish.

Jewish Divorce Rates The most recent available study on divorce statistics among those of Jewish faith states approximately 9 percent of those surveyed have been divorced or separated.

A article in The Jerusalem Post reports the divorce rate among members of the Orthodox Jewish faith is. Record # - The record number of the marriage or divorce in the original books.

Date of Marriage or Divorce - Day, month, and year of the marriage or divorce, according to the Julian calendar. Date of Death (Hebrew Calendar) - Day and month of the marriage or divorce, according to the Jewish. Everyday Free Shipping and Flat Rate Shipping.

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Offer applies to Standard Shipping to one location in the continental USA. Statistics from show that per cent of Jews 15 years old and older were divorced or separated, compared to per cent in In22, people were divorced or separated, compared to 27, in – representing a 22 per cent increase in divorced or separated Jews in 10 years.

The biblical text that is the basis for the laws of Jewish divorce provides that a marriage is dissolved where the husband “writes a bill of divorcement, hands it to [the wife], and sends her away from his house” (Deuteronomy ).

It is clear from this passage that a divorce is accomplished. A Get is a writ of Jewish divorce which terminates a Jewish marriage and enables the former husband and wife to remarry freely under Jewish law. It is a line document, written by hand by a professionally trained scribe under the proper supervision of a Bet Din, or Rabbinic Court, and signed by two witnesses.

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