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originally posted by: deliberator
... "threatens Jewish identity" and encouraged "miscegenation."
..."Intimate relations between Jews and non-Jews threaten the separate identity of each sector," the Education Ministry said in a statement.
Introduction by Gilad Atzmon : In this superb Haaretz' article from 1985, the paper's legendary editor Gershom Schocken explores the history of Jewish exclusivism and racial supremacy. Haaretz republished this excellent article two days ago following the Israeli Education Ministry's decision to ban a book about an Arab-Jewish love affair.
I believe that the message is clear as much as it is obvious. Rather than assimilating into the region, the Jewish Sate has subscribed to the most radical form of Judaic segregation and choseness.
Jewish religious law prohibits intermarriage into other nations.
A new children’s book, “Tea with Mint and Sugar” is being released in a climate of increasing discrimination. With the Education Ministry excluding books from its curriculum out of fear of “miscegenation,” at a time of record low of Arabic proficiency among Jews, and with the images of Jews dancing and stabbing photos of Palestinian babies still fresh in mind — this book is perhaps the only good reason to look forward to 2016.
“Tea with Mint and Sugar and Other Stories” is a collaboration of the Department of Education at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Hagar: Jewish-Arab Education for Equality, produced with support from the European Union. There will be a book launch on January 12, 2016, at 5:30 p.m., at the Ben-Gurion university. The public is invited.