Around One in Four British Jews Intermarry, Study Finds - Less Than Half of U.S. Rate
New study from London-based Institute for Jewish Policy Research shows that while intermarriage is broad in scope, the British Jewish community is unlikely to experience runaway assimilation any time soon.
LONDON – For the first time ever, Britain, home to one of the world’s largest Jewish populations outside Israel, has come out with a comprehensive report on intermarriage. And it turns out the picture is less...
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