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Although the Israeli Declaration of Independence states: “The State of Israel (…) will ensure complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race or sex,” the Haredi political parties (Shas and United Torah Judaism) have never allowed women on their lists for Knesset elections.

In the same survey, Israel was ranked 24th for the proportion of women serving in executive positions.

Even before the state of Israel was created, there were women settlers fighting for women's rights in Palestine. Yishuv is the term referring to the body of Jewish residents in Palestine before the establishment of the state of Israel, and New Yishuv refers to those who began building homes outside the Old City walls of Jerusalem in the 1860s.

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Christians in Israel may seek official separations or divorces only through the ecclesiastical courts of the denomination to which they belong.

Gender discrimination in such courts is not so rigid or codified as under Sharia or orthodox rabbinical rules.

If the husband disappears or refuses to grant the divorce, the wife is considered an "agunah" (lit.

"chained woman") and may not remarry or give birth to halakhically legitimate children.

Israel does not have a constitution, but the Israeli Declaration of Independence states: “The State of Israel (…) will ensure complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race or sex.” Israeli law prohibits discrimination based on gender in employment and wages, and provides for class action suits; nonetheless, there are complaints of significant wage disparities between men and women.

In 2012, Israel ranked eleventh out of 59 developed nations for participation of women in the workplace.

In 1919 the first nationwide women's party in the New Yishuv (the Union of Hebrew Women for Equal Rights in Eretz Israel) was created, and Rosa Welt-Straus, who had immigrated there that year, was appointed its leader, as which she continued until her death. Still, it trails far behind the Scandinavian countries' 40 percent average The Israeli parliament, The Knesset, has established “The Committee on the Status of Women,” to address women’s rights.

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