Religious Communities and Politics
This chapter examines the religious communities and political condition of the Arab minority in Israel. The modernization of the Israeli society has damaged the authoritative status of religion among the minorities and the structural change in the extended family called hamula has affected the standing of religious leaders in every community. The Arab minority also had clashes with Israeli authorities particularly on the issues of women's rights, monogamy, and religious criticism on the ban on under-age marriage and public education.
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