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February 11, 2012
Prison Release in Exchange for Divorce
Israel's supreme rabbinical court of appeals upheld a ruling to keep a man imprisoned until he grants his wife a bill of divorce.
Meir Gorodetzki was sent to prison by the court for refusing to give his wife a divorce, or "get," in 2001, The Jerusalem Post reported Monday.
The maximum sentence for the offense is 10 years imprisonment.
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