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Top: Jewish Genocides Today and Yesterday: Jewish Racial Purity
Israel's Racial Purity Laws
This is a study file of articles published mostly by Jews about Jewish separatism whereby Jews seek to keep their own race pure. The irony is that their leaders seek all other races to intermix and such Jewish groups as the ADL and ACLU have expressed some of this irony from time to time.
"Jewish Majority Vital for Israel's Future
"Changing Israel's Marriage Law"
Non-Orthodox Jewish couples are forced to submit to an Orthodox
marriage ceremony with an Orthodox rabbi and are compelled to attend
classes on family purity. No Israeli may marry outside her faith
community. Hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens from the former
Soviet Union who are not Jewish or whose Jewish ancestry is in doubt are
unable to marry at all inside Israel. And more women every year are
chained to men they wish to divorce but who will not give them the get
required by Jewish law.
On Problems of Jewish Intermarriage & Loss of Jewish Identity
Let's be honest. We are losing the battle of Jewish identity. Intermarriage is growing. There is a lot of ignorance. Two generations of Jews in America have passed without their being taught to be Jews. .... A stronger Israel working with American Jews on this challenge cannot only make each stronger, but will reinforce the deep ties that bind us one to the other.
Israel's Marriage Law
Israel's Parliament has passed a law preventing Palestinians who marry Israelis from living in Israel. The move was denounced by human rights organisations as racist, undemocratic and discriminatory.
Under the new law, rushed through yesterday, Palestinians alone will be excluded from obtaining citizenship or residency. Anyone else who marries an Israeli will be entitled to Israeli citizenship. Now Israeli Arabs who marry Palestinians from the West Bank or Gaza Strip will either have to move to the occupied territories, or live apart from their husband or wife. Their children will be affected too: from the age of 12 they will be denied citizenship or residency and forced to move out of Israel.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch sent a joint letter to the Knesset, Israel's parliament, urging members to reject the bill. "The draft law barring family reunification for Palestinian spouses of Israeli citizens is profoundly discriminatory," Amnesty said in a statement. "A law permitting such blatant racial discrimination, on grounds of ethnicity or nationality, would clearly violate international human rights law and treaties which Israel has ratified and pledged to uphold." B'Tselem, an Israeli human rights organisation, joined in the criticism of the law. Yael Stein, a spokesman, said: "This is a racist law that decides who can live here according to racist criteria."
Some Israelis believe they are sitting on a demographic time bomb, with an Israeli Arab community, already 20 per cent of the population, growing faster than the Jewish population. The discrimination is not only against Palestinians, according to human rights groups, but against Israel's own 1.2 million citizens of Palestinian origin as well. The overwhelming majority of Israelis who marry Palestinians are the so-called Israeli Arabs - Palestinians who live in Israel and have Israeli citizenship.
"This bill blatantly discriminates against Israelis of Palestinian origin and their Palestinian spouses," said Hanny Megally of Human Rights Watch. "It's scandalous that the Government has presented this bill, and it's shocking that the Knesset is rushing it through."
The government pushed the vote through at speed, even agreeing to consider it a vote of confidence to get it through. It was passed by 53 votes to 25, with one abstention. Gideon Ezra, a cabinet minister, said: "This law comes to address a security issue. Since September 2000 we have seen a significant connection, in terror attacks, between Arabs from the West Bank and Gaza and Israeli Arabs." Since 1993, more than 100,000 Palestinians have become Israeli citizens through marriage, Mr Ezra said. But B'Tselem pointed out that only 20 of those 100,000 have been involved in suicide bombings or other militant attacks.
"The State of Israel practices racism and discrimination in its laws towards the Arab population since before imposing the racist marriage law which was passed by the Parliament on the 13 July 2003. The Israeli Parliament voted to block Palestinians who marry Israelis from becoming Israeli citizens or residents, erecting a new legal barrier as Israel finished the first section of a new physical barrier against Palestinians West Bank." http://www.rense.com/general39/isrnewlaw.htm
The Jewish Ezra Marriage Covenant with God: Never Marry Gentiles
1 While Ezra was praying and confessing, weeping and throwing himself down before the house of God, a large crowd of Israelites-men, women and children-gathered around him. They too wept bitterly. 2 Then Shecaniah son of Jehiel, one of the descendants of Elam, said to Ezra, "We have been unfaithful to our God by marrying foreign women from the peoples around us. But in spite of this, there is still hope for Israel. 3 Now let us make a covenant before our God to send away all these women and their children, in accordance with the counsel of my lord and of those who fear the commands of our God. Let it be done according to the Law. 4 Rise up; this matter is in your hands. We will support you, so take courage and do it."
5 So Ezra rose up and put the leading
priests and Levites and all Israel under oath to do what had been
suggested. And they took the oath. 6 Then Ezra withdrew from
before the house of God and went to the room of Jehohanan son of Eliashib.
While he was there, he ate no food and drank no water, because he
continued to mourn over the unfaithfulness of the exiles.
Men of Judah and Benjamin Meet, Agree to Send Away their Foreign Gentile Wives and Only to Marry Jewish Women in the Future
9 Within the three days,
all the men of Judah and Benjamin had gathered in Jerusalem. And on the
twentieth day of the ninth month, all the people were sitting in the
square before the house of God, greatly distressed by the occasion and
because of the rain. 10 Then Ezra the priest stood up and said
to them, "You have been unfaithful; you have married foreign women, adding
to Israel's guilt. 11 Now make confession to the LORD , the God
of your fathers, and do his will. Separate yourselves from the peoples
around you and from your foreign wives."
13 But there are many people here and it is the rainy season; so we cannot stand outside. Besides, this matter cannot be taken care of in a day or two, because we have sinned greatly in this thing. 14 Let our officials act for the whole assembly. Then let everyone in our towns who has married a foreign woman come at a set time, along with the elders and judges of each town, until the fierce anger of our God in this matter is turned away from us." 15 Only Jonathan son of Asahel and Jahzeiah son of Tikvah, supported by Meshullam and Shabbethai the Levite, opposed this.
16 So the exiles did
as was proposed. Ezra the priest selected men who were family heads, one
from each family division, and all of them designated by name. On the
first day of the tenth month they sat down to investigate the cases,
17 and by the first day of the first month they finished dealing
with all the men who had married foreign women.
18 Among the descendants
of the priests, the following had married foreign women:
20 From the descendants of Immer:
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