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  • Palestinian-Jewish couple hires wedding security for fear of anti-miscegenation group

    An Israeli anti-miscegenation group is threatening a Palestinian-Jewish couple, calling for protests at the venue on the day of their wedding. Palestinian resident of Jaffa, Mahmoud Mansour, has reportedly hired 14 security guards to be present at his wedding next week to Morel Malka, a Jewish Israeli, for fear he may be harmed by members/supporters of the radical anti-miscegenation group Lehava.* According to a report in NRG (Hebrew), Lehava – whose mission is to prevent marriage between Jews and non-Jews, and thus "save the daughters of Israel" – got hold of a copy of the wedding invitation on social media and…

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  • 'Don’t you even dare to think about a Jewess': An assault on tolerance education

    Anti-miscegenation stickers plastered all over a mixed school are simply another manifestation of the state’s incessant attempt to police the borders of the dominant ethnic group so as to guarantee its purity. By Neve Gordon and Catherine Rottenberg This article was first published in The Nation on June 6, 2014. They came at night. When the principal arrived in the morning to open the school, there were scores of stickers covering the outside walls, the main entrance and the surrounding fence. The stickers, like the school’s motto, were bilingual, in Hebrew and in Arabic. In Hebrew they read, “Don’t you even…

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  • Jewish anti-miscegenation groups distribute racist, sexist flyers

    I have recently reported on a few instances in which two Jewish anti-miscegenation groups  - Lehava and Yad L'Achim - have been actively operating to thwart contact between Jews and Arabs. Lehava, which runs a hotline encouraging callers to inform on Jewish-Arab couples, was reportedly behind a campaign to pressure Israel's National Service Administration to stop allowing Israeli Jewish females to work night shifts in hospitals - presumably to make it more difficult for them to socialize with the Palestinian citizens of Israel with whom they work. Yad L'Achim - whose mission is to fight "assimilation" (read: miscegenation) and whose slogan is,…

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