Shabbat Goy: The love that dare not speak its name

Intermarriage isn't assimilation - or at least it need not be. Take me for example.

By AKIN AYAJI
November 26, 2010 16:33
Intermarriage cartoon

Intermarriage cartoon 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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OK, so I exaggerate a little. But only a little. If I had a shekel for each time the issue of marriage between Jews and non-Jews – and I’ll return to this distinction in a bit – has been described as a threat, I’d be... well, not quite a Rothschild, but someone with a fair bit of loose change rattling about in his pockets.

Marriage, a threat? How peculiar. But so it seems.

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