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August 28, 2014 13:01
President Reuven Rivlin: "Manifestations of racism emerge when it comes to mixed marriages between Jews and Arabs."

Bride Morel Malka, 23 and her groom Mahmoud Mansour, 26, celebrate with friends and family before their wedding on August 17.. (photo credit:REUTERS)

The war in Gaza has been hard for Hala K., a Muslim from Nazareth, and her Jewish boyfriend Shai. They were on the verge of not talking.

“My relationship survived it, at a certain point there was a lot of anger, we were arguing but we decided to calm down,” she explains. “We accept we have different opinions.”


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