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12-Jun-2019 06:39

It's like if [I] were to bring home a mass murderer."She laughs nervously and continues."It just doesn't happen.It's like: 'Bring home somebody who is a total loser, but don't bring home an Arab.'"Rona describes her parents' political views as "moving more left but kind of traditional," adding, "my mum always says that she thinks that the occupation of Gaza and the West Bank in 1967 was a mistake and that [Israel] should have returned the territories."Still, Rona did not tell her parents about her relationship right away."There was a period of time I was hiding it for convenience's sake. I thought it was racist from the get go."Her parents also objected to the relationship because "it would be so difficult for us to live here together," Rona says, due to the widespread discrimination they would face.And especially when they have converted to Islam, as Ms Malka has done.Run by ultra-nationalist Jewish activists, the group called Lehava is dedicated to what it calls “preventing assimilation in the Holy Land”, although it works against Israel’s Arab citizens on other issues as well.with a Midianite woman (not from the seven Canaanite nations); this took place at a time when foreign (Moabite) women were inducing the Jews to perform idolatry.

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We are told: Sunday brought a different kind of pre-wedding jitters for one Israeli couple.

Forced divorce and excommunication of foreign women previously married to the Jews of Israel does ocur in Ezra chapter 10.

Not long after religious nationalists held a rally in Bat Yam under the banner of "Jewish girls for the Jewish people," a group of rabbis' wives published a letter urging Jewish women not to date Arab men.

And while we don’t do this for the money, even our model of non-profit, independent journalism has bills to pay.

So a story about an interfaith marriage in Israel between a Jewish woman and a Muslim man with the title – Right-wing extremists can’t break the love of a Muslim man and Jewish woman in Israel – is guaranteed to appeal to their audience.

We are told: Sunday brought a different kind of pre-wedding jitters for one Israeli couple.

Forced divorce and excommunication of foreign women previously married to the Jews of Israel does ocur in Ezra chapter 10.

Not long after religious nationalists held a rally in Bat Yam under the banner of "Jewish girls for the Jewish people," a group of rabbis' wives published a letter urging Jewish women not to date Arab men.

The Israeli government succumbs to pressure by racist and anti-miscegenation organizations, banning Jewish women from volunteering in hospitals at night, when they might be more likely to encounter Arab workers and doctors.