Younger Jewish leaders not so worried about intermarriage

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  1. cvmay says:

    In the HOLY LAND of Israel, secular Jews still look with disdain at intermarriage.
    At a remarkable rate, the younger secular Jews are searching, learning and connecting once again to our Torah heritage, something that is void in the Medina of America.

  2. L. Oberstein says:

    Rabbi Marwick,Rav of Shomrei Emunah in Baltimore, was previously OU Campus Rabbi at Johns Hopkins. The college wanted to save on electricity so they installed sensors in the bathrooms in the dorms that caused the lights to go on if someone entered. Rabbi Marwick convinced the university to keep the lights on in one bathroom to accomodate the orthodox. The Reform Hillel rabbi was very upset with him. She told him that he had two basic Jewish values -Green and Shabbat and he came down on the side of Shabbat over saving the environment. Even some of us died in the wool socialists think that is taking it a little too far.

  3. Ori says:

    cvmay: In the HOLY LAND of Israel, secular Jews still look with disdain at intermarriage.

    Ori: My personal experience (intermarried, grew up in Israel so I still have family and friends there) that is incorrect.

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