Jews have really f-ed up America and Western Europe by promoting miscegenation (for goyim, that is), the Wonders of Diversity and Multiculturalism, the awfulness of White Christian Identity, etc., but when it comes to their own tribe mixing, well… that’s a different story (no pun intended).
The Israeli government banned a romance novel depicting an interracial Jewish-Arab relationship from schools, according to reports in the Israeli media.
Israel’s education ministry ruled that the book “Gader Haya” (“Hedgegrow” in Hebrew, but translated into English as “Borderline”) cannot be used in high schools, claiming the love story threatens “the identity and the heritage of students in every sector.”
In the justification for its decision, education ministry officials insisted “intimate relations between Jews and non-Jews threaten the separate identity,” warning that “young people of adolescent age don’t have the systemic view that includes considerations involving maintaining the national-ethnic identity of the people and the significance of miscegenation.”
Prominent right-wing Israeli news outlet Arutz Sheva described the book as a “pro-assimilation novel.” “Assimilation” is often used by the Israeli right as a euphemism for miscegenation…
Miscegenation is technically not legal in Israel. Only religious marriages, not civil marriages, are recognized by the state, and must be overseen by Israel’s religious institutions. Therefore, Jewish citizens of Israel who wish to wed non-Jewish citizens cannot have their marriage recognized. Couples must travel outside of the country to marry.
A poll conducted by Haaretz found that 75 percent of Israeli Jews and 65 of Israeli Arabs are opposed to intermarriage. 60 percent of Israeli Jews and 54 percent of Israeli Arabs also said they would object to one of their relatives dating outside of their religion.