The young generation of Jews born to Israeli expatriates is in danger of losing its Jewish and Israeli identity, a first-of-its kind study reveals.
The Rapaport Center in Bar Ilan University found that children of Yordim, or Israelis who left the country to seek their fortune elsewhere, are undergoing a process of speedy assimilation, Israel Radio reported Saturday overnight.
A quarter of young Israelis living in Europe are intermarrying and 60 percent of them do not belong to any Jewish community and do not participate in any Jewish activities.
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