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The 2 Questions Jewish Parents Are Asked When Their Kids Intermarry

a2ua.com As Jews, when our children intermarry, there are two questions we are repeatedly asked. Subtly or not so subtly. To our face or behind our backs. Will they be raising their future children Jewish? How does the non-Jewish partner feel about Israel? How many of us hope the answer to the first question is a resounding "YES"? And the answer to the second question is a resounding "GOOD"? Hoping, as we all know, isn't a plan.
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a2ua.com As Jews, when our children intermarry, there are two questions we are repeatedly asked. Subtly or not so subtly. To our face or behind our backs. Will they be raising their future children Jewish? How does the non-Jewish pa...

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