Rights activists in Israel demand an end to discrimination against gay, Orthodox Jews
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Within Israel’s insular Orthodox Jewish community, male homosexuality has traditionally been forbidden. A passage in Leviticus prohibits sexual relations between two men. But a growing number in Israel are demanding that Rabbis find a way for them to live observant, holy lives - even though they’re gay. Josh Lederman reports from Jerusalem.