Children from mixed marriages look for answers in complex Israeli reality
When Israeli parents are of different religions, their offspring can spend a lifetime trying to grapple with questions of identity.
At the start of the last school year, 10-year-old Nour Aghbariya stood in front of her class in Umm al-Fahm and declared, “I’m half-Jewish, half-Arab, and I’m not ashamed of it.” Nour is the daughter of Hagar, a Jewish woman who grew up on Kibbutz Yagur in northern Israel, and Ala, a Muslim man from Umm al-Fahm. “She wanted to take preventive action,” says her...
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