Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Israeli Jewish views on intermarriage

A new survey has been conducted on Israeli Jewish opinions on intermarriage:

According to the survey, 43% of Israelis are unwilling to marry, or have their children marry, Ethiopians. More than 50% refuse to live in the same neighborhood as Arab families, 25% would not want their children to marry religious Jews and more than 10% were averse to their children marrying Sephardim. And these numbers are only the tip of the survey's iceberg.

Apparently Israeli Jews have almost as much problems with each other as they do with the Palestinians.


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