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In fact quite the opposite, because when a Jew marries a non-Jew or assimilates into another culture, it raises concerns in Israel and among the Jewish communities that its way of life, its heritage and Jewish traditions are under threat, possibly irreversibly.
Israel is relatively small, as are its numbers of true Jewish people, relatively speaking.
MEDIA REPORTS of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s son Yair dating a Norwegian girl, Sandra Leikanger wouldn’t normally raise too much concern in any nation.
But in Israel it has raised an old issue of great concern.
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When asked which she liked better, Christmas or Chanukah, one little girl responded, "Christmas but you promise you wont tell my daddy?
" Think about it: what are the chances that this little girl will develop into a strong, self-confident young woman?
But Jewish law is a religion that is passed down through the mother, so if a male Jew marries a non-Jewish woman, the children would not be regarded as true Jews.
Therefore any traditions that Jews have kept for centuries, would be slowly eroded forever.Israel, like much of the world today, has become a much smaller place and although the Arabs and the Jews rarely get married to one another, some Jews are marrying or having relationships with a number of foreign contractors, workers and non-Jewish residents that have settled in Israel.