Are we goyim just too attractive to Jews?! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Michael
    • 03.09.09 | 11:31 (IDT)

    Thanks for the compliment! Interesting that this article has been completely re-written since yesterday. Except for the still provocative headline, the article's now all about strengthening Jewish attachment to Israel rather than preventing intermarriage. Was the intermarriage issue just too hot to handle? Were people offended by the message that the non-Jews they loved were somehow unworthy? Were non-Jews offended by the thought that they weren't special enough to marry Jews?

    from the article: WATCH: New campaign targets Jews 'lost' to assimilation
    First published 01:23 03.09.09 | Last updated 19:59 03.09.09
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