There wasn't a dry eye in the house when Rabbi Shaul Inbari, who suffers from cerebral palsy, married Neta Eyal - who is also disabled - at Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu.
"Triumph of the spirit" and "the sky is the limit" were only some of the phrases those who attended the ceremony used to describe it.
Inbari, an ordained rabbi, has written a book and several articles on how the Halacha affects disabled individuals.
"At some point he gave up on the idea of getting married, but eventually he succeeded," his father, Yossi Inbari, said before the ceremony. "God has a very organized plan. We're just a small part of it. He's marrying a woman he loves very much."
Shoshana Inbari, the mother, said Neta and Shaul are "kindred spirits."
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