Religion is a significant element in the identity of the State of Israel. It influences the institutional aspects of the country, the sources of law, the contains of the laws and the activity of the Courts. The article furnishes an accurate analysis on how the Knesset has regulated matters in which religion has a significant relevance, such as education, protection of holy places and the finance of religious institutions and how the Supreme Court of Israel has carried out judgments upon these issues. It remarks the struggling coexisting between the two constitutional organs, reflecting the complexity of the Israelian society, given by the presence of cultural and religious minority, but also given by the diversity existing at the interne of the same religious jewish movement.
|Numero di pagine||37|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|