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Armenia 6 Bulgaria 7 Cambodia: Same-sex marriage is not legal in Israel. The Israeli Government has registered same-sex marriages performed abroad for some purposes since However, since the state has yet to legalize civil marriage in Israel, those who choose to get married must turn to one of the 15 religious marriage courts recognized by the state.
As of [update] , none of these 15 religious courts permit same-sex marriage under their respective auspices. Consequently, Israelis who desire to have their same-sex marriage recognized by the Israeli Government must first marry outside Israel, in a jurisdiction where such marriages are legal, and then register upon returning home. The religious authority for Jewish marriages is the Chief Rabbinate of Israel , and there are parallel authorities for Christians , Muslims and Druze , with a total of 15 religious courts.
These regulate all marriages and divorces for their own communities. Currently, they all oppose same-sex marriages. If the views of one of these bodies were to change, however, it would be legal for members of that religious community to enter into same-sex marriages in Israel.
Same-sex wedding ceremonies without legal significance can be conducted in Israel,  which, coupled with legally recognized foreign marriages, allows for both same-sex wedding ceremonies in Israel and legal recognition of same-sex marriages in Israel, on condition that the marriage certificates come from another country. The traditional verse for wedding ceremonies from Psalm , "If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand wither On 4 June , as a protest against the lack of legal recognition of same-sex unions, 23 same-sex couples held an unofficial mass wedding in Tel Aviv.
Same-sex marriages performed abroad in a jurisdiction where such marriages are legal can be recorded at the Israeli Administration of Border Crossings, Population and Immigration , according to a November High Court of Justice ruling which defined such records as strictly "for statistical purposes", thereby avoiding official recognition of same-sex marriages by the state.