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February 23, 1996 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-23

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stein, international president of
the Rabbinical Assembly. In fact,
you are obligated to do so.
In It All Begins With a Date
(Aronson), Rabbi Silverstein
tackles, head on, those chal-
lenging questions about inter-
dating, intermarriage and
Jewish-Christian relations.
What's wrong, anyway, with
marrying a gentile if the children
will be raised Jews?
First of all, surveys show that
time and again the vast majori-
ty of these homes (72 percent)
will not raise their children as
Jews, despite their best inten-
tions. The children likely will re-
ceive no Jewish education and
won't grow up to identify as part
of the Jewish community. Rabbi
Silverstein even notes one sur-
vey, conducted among Jews in
Philadelphia, in which "re-
searchers could not find a single
case of mixed marriage (without
conversion of the non-Jewish
partner) in which the grandchil-
dren of such a couple had re-
mained Jewish in their adult
years."
But isn't it racist to say Jews
should marry only other Jews?
"Our opposition to interdating
actually is a validation of the re-
ality that Jews and non-Jews are
equally nice people," the rabbi re-
sponds. "We acknowledge that it
is possible for a romantic attrac-
tion to a non-Jew to turn into a
commitment to marriage once a
process of dating has started."
Just about every question you
have ever had on the subject is
answered in this insightful book.
Rabbi Silverstein's previous
books include Alternatives to As-

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Jerusalem (JTA)— For a fourth
straight day, hundreds of Pales-
tinians demonstrated outside of
Rachel's Tomb on the outskirts
of Palestinian-ruled Bethlehem,
to protest construction of a secu-
rity wall around the site by Is-
raeli security forces.
Under the Israeli-Palestinian
peace accords, Israel maintains
security responsibility over the
Jewish shrine. The Palestinians
are opposed to the work, saying
it is causing damage to a near-
byMuslim cemetery and is dis-
rupting traffic to Bethlehem.
The demonstrators threw
stones and empty bottles at the
Israeli troops.
The crowd dispersed after
Palestinian police arrived at the
site.

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