jewish intermarriage

DANIEL ATAR: The Jewish link to the environment goes back to the holy roots of the Torah
KKL-JNF chair: Intermarriage, antisemitism ‘a catastrophe’ for Diaspora

Daniel Atar said that high rates of intermarriage in North America represented a severe threat to the Jewish people.

Steven Cohen.
Harassment claims against top sociologist may shift Jewish research

Cohen’s role as organized Jewry’s top sociologist is bound to diminish. Last week, the UJA-Federation of New York, the country’s largest federation, announced it would no longer work with him.

By BEN SALES/JTA
05/08/2018
Author Michael Chabon
Michael Chabon attacks Jewish inmarriage, Israeli occupation

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author delivered spoke about his atheism, Israel's occupation and Jewish inmarriage.

By BEN SALES/JTA
27/05/2018
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Civil marriage in Eilat to be proposed in forthcoming legislation

The bill would allow civil marriages to place in Eilat, but is facing opposition from all sides.

A COUPLE looks at each other while waiting to get married at Havana’s Beth Shalom synagogue in 2007
Observation: 'But she's not Jewish'

How is it that highly educated Jews in the 21st century still advocate for endogamy?

18/01/2018
Chelsea Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky in 2013
No, Chelsea Clinton did not just compare her Jewish husband to a Satanist

Chelsea Clinton on Wednesday afternoon reproached a Twitter commenter who accused her of being a Satanist by proudly proclaiming that she is married to … a Jew.

By JTA
04/01/2018
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Conservative movement reaffirms intermarriage ban

Conservative Judaism aims to maintain fealty to traditional Jewish law while remaining relevant to the modern world.

By BEN SALES/JTA
18/10/2017
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Not an open primary

Diversity is served by maintaining and respecting differences, not by diluting religions to the point that they become indistinguishable.

By AMIEL UNGAR
28/03/2017
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For first time, religious group campaigns for civil marriage in Israel

Currently, all matters of marriage and divorce are conducted by the established religious authorities.

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