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If the bride or groom immigrated to Israel from another country, then a rabbi from the city they originated from must attest to the fact that they, and their mothers and their mothers’ mothers, were born Jewish.Only the word of certain rabbis is trusted, and the list of acceptable rabbis is very short.Naturally, a person with as much money and power as Yair Netanyahu can easily circumvent the legal hurdles put in place to prevent miscegenation.

She warned me that, although he was really lovely and kind, he was a Muslim, whose parents were from Syria.

To be honest, that didn't faze me because I wasn't thinking beyond the fact that he was so incredibly handsome - I was hardly planning the wedding.

Although my father, an insurance broker, and my mother aren't kosher, they follow the Jewish dietary laws and go to synagogue on high days and holidays.

A letter urging Jewish women not to date non-Jewish men has been published by a group of rabbis' wives.

All that aside, I can't help but fall in love with her more and more.

I just want to be with her :/ And the problem is we're both from relatively religious families who will not be jumping over the moon with this decision. Furthermore, if you watch the news and read newspapers, jews and muslims aren't exactly the best of friends in the world.In the last few weeks, Bentzi Gopstein of Kiryat Arba, the director of Lehava, convinced the wives of important rabbis in the religious Zionist movement to sign on to the letter.Among the signatories were Netzhiya Yosef, wife of Rabbi Yaakov Yosef, Esther Lior, wife of Rabbi Dov Lior, Shulamit Melamed of Beit Alon and Starna Druckman of Kiryat Motzkin.Also, I don't know if she likes me back because I haven't told her. So many times I just wanna hold her and keep holding. I never felt like this about anyone, something about her that keeps me hanging on, I wait to hear her thoughts on everything because they're so in line with my own. If either the bride or groom is considered not to be Jewish enough, the rabbis do not allow the wedding to take place.

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