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January 14, 2013

A legally married gay couple asked an Israeli court to validate a spousal support agreement signed between them

A married Israeli gay couple has made legal history in the country when they filed the prenup agreement to be validated by an Israeli court.

The men, Elad Aflalo Farber and Roni Farber Aflalo were married 10 months ago in New York.

December 3, 2012

An Israeli court has granted a divorce of a gay couple for the first time in the country's history

A court has ordered the ministry of interior of Israel to register a gay couple as divorced after it continually rejected their requests.

Yesterday (2 November) a Ramat Gan family court approved the request of Uzi Even, a former Israeli member of parliament and professor at Tel Aviv University, and Amit Kama, who teaches communications at Max Stern Yezreel Valley College, to order Israel’s ministry of interior to register them as divorced.

March 6, 2012

Israel court rules in favor of lesbian couple in unprecedented move for worldwide motherhood debate

An Israeli lesbian couple have both been recognized as the mothers of a baby boy by the court, in an unprecedented move for the country.

The lesbian couple underwent a medical procedure with the permission of the government six years ago, in which the egg of one woman was fertilized with the sperm of an anonymous donor and implanted in the womb of her partner.

Their son was born in 2007, but Israel’s Interior Ministry said the woman who donated the egg would have to apply for adoption.