September 14, 2010 | 9:05 am
Posted by Maital Guttman
Jerusalem is home to some of the most religious Jews in the world. But, it’s also home to the Jerusalem Open House, an LGBT center in the heart of downtown. Today, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that the Jerusalem Municipality cannot discriminate against LGBT institutions and must pay $120,000 to the center. Can you imagine the US Supreme Court ruling anything close to this?
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