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Because of a computer malfunction: A man who refuses to divorce his wife managed to leave the country - Walla! news

2021-12-01T21:06:05.989Z

The director of the agunot department in the rabbinical courts urged senior court officials to enter all orders to delay leaving the country manually, lest in his words "all the horses run away from the stable." Sources in the courts claim: The management knew about the existence of the fault, but did not address it or update those responsible



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Because of a computer malfunction: A man who refuses to divorce his wife was able to leave the country

The director of the agunot department in the rabbinical courts urged senior court officials to enter all orders to delay leaving the country manually, lest in his words "all the horses run away from the stable."

Sources in the courts claim: The management knew about the existence of the fault, but did not address it or update those responsible

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Yaki Adamkar

Wednesday, 01 December 2021, 22:55

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A man who refuses to divorce his wife, and is facing a restraining order against a rabbinical court decision, managed to leave Israel earlier this week due to a computer failure - according to an internal email sent today (Wednesday) by the director of the Agunot in the rabbinical courts, Rabbi Eliyahu Maimon The law.



In an email, Maimon wrote that court secretaries around the country must manually enter all the detention orders issued by judges against those who refuse to divorce in the last two weeks, and make sure that they are absorbed into the system - "before all the horses run away from the stable."

Rabbi Maimon admitted that due to the incident, he was exposed "to a person who left the country despite a restraining order" and added that this was a "matter of urgency."



There was a heated debate within the rabbinical courts, during which some of the participants accused the management of knowing about the existence of the fault, but refrained for many days from informing the judges or competent authorities and treating it.

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The courts did not deny that a person fled Israel due to the incident, but noted that "the incident is not in the computerized system of the rabbinical courts but in the interface with the system of the Border Control Authority."

They added in response that "upon the discovery of the problem, restraining orders to leave the country were handled manually by the courts."



The computerized management system of the courts made headlines last year after publications in Walla!

When it collapsed.

The system enables electronic management of cases in the courts, which includes hearings, requests, decision-making, transfer of restraining orders or detention to those who refuse a divorce trying to flee Israel.



Since then, judges around the country have complained of "tremendous difficulties" in running the tribunal headed by them, warning that the malfunction could lead to "mooring cases".

Even these days, dayanim complain that the system is creating difficulties for their day-to-day work, especially during the Corona period when some of them worked long hours from their homes.

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