JONAH, or Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing, was shut for violating New Jersey consumer fraud laws by claiming therapy could “heal” homosexuality. Israel’s Health Ministry advises against so-called “gay conversion” or “reparative” therapy, calling it scientifically dubious and potentially dangerous, but it is not illegal. In Israel,
In Israel, practitioners say their services are in demand, mostly by Orthodox Jewish men who want to marry women and raise a traditional family.
By The Scotsman