by Hilary White

JERUSALEM, February 13, 2006 ( – Israel’s family court ruled on Sunday that two lesbians, Tal and Avital Yarous-Hakak must receive adoption papers that listed them as the mothers of their three children.

This follows a High Court ruling that declared same-sex relationships must be treated in law the same as normal marriage. The pair acquired their three children through in vitro fertilization.

In Israel, as in nearly every other jurisdiction in the western world, the homosexual political machine has worked through the courts one case at a time to create legal equivalency to normal family life for homosexual relationships. Sunday’s ruling is being hailed as another step in a systematic process that started with demanding equivalence for homosexual partnerings in inheritance laws. The Jerusalem Post noted that the two women said that the decision will create a precedent for others.

A separate lawsuit is currently working its way through the Israeli courts that demands that homosexual relationships be treated the same as normal marriage in every way.

The move to adopt children by the homosexual movement is being eagerly adopted by jurisdictions around the world. This January, the Scottish Cardinal of Edinburgh condemned the move of the Scottish Parliament to allow the practice saying it made children into “guinea pigs in some distorted social experiment.”

The American Medical Association voted in 2004 to support same-sex adoption at the same time more and more studies showed that growing up in the inherently unstable homosexual environment is harmful to children.

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