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“The Jewish soul is a precious, all-too-rare resource, and we are not prepared to give up on even a single one,” says the website.

Yad L’achim’s founder, Rabbi Shlomo Dov Lifschitz, is quoted on the site saying: “People must understand that Jewish-Arab marriages are part of the larger Israeli-Arab conflict. They [Arab men] see it as their goal to marry them [Jewish women] and ensure that their children aren’t raised as Jews. They feel that if they can’t defeat us in war, they can wipe us out this way.” The degree of general opposition in Israel to interracial marriage was suggested by a government-backed television ad campaign earlier this month that urged Israeli Jews to inform on relatives abroad who were in danger of marrying a non-Jew.

“They were upset, they were not happy.” Her parents eventually accepted her decision and in 1999, they married in Holland.

The location of the wedding was not entirely about being close to Varda's family: Jews and non-Jews are unable to legally marry in Israel.

There is no element of love or an innocent friendly relationship here.” In 2004, posters sprang up all over the northern town of Safed warning Jewish women that dating Arab men would lead to “beatings, hard drugs, prostitution and crime.” Safed’s chief rabbi, Shmuel Eliyahu, told a local newspaper that the “seducing” of Jewish girls was “another form of war” by Arab men.

And most of them aren’t heard from after that.” He denied that violence or threats were used against Arab men.“We can’t tell the girls what to do but we can send a psychologist to their home to offer them and their parents advice,” he said.Motti Zaft, the deputy mayor, told the Ynet website that the municipality was also cracking down on city homeowners who illegally subdivide apartments to rent them cheaply to single Arab men looking for work in the Tel Aviv area.He estimated that several hundred Arab men had moved into the city as a result.Petah Tikva’s hostility to Arab men mixing with local Jewish women is shared by other communities.

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