For the first time in many years, Tel Aviv has dropped from the first line in the ranking of the most liberal cities in Israel.
According to Ynet , as evidenced by the Israel Hofsheet report.
Now the first position in the ranking is occupied by Givatayim. The experts assessed 10 social and religious issues, including oversight of religious organizations, the exclusion of women from public space, attitudes towards the LGBT community, freedom of trade and public transport on Shabbat, the possibility of civil marriage, and the quality of religious services.
Recall that last month Tel Aviv was named the most expensive city in the world.