Can jews dating non jews
It is, nevertheless, an unsurprising situation in Israel, as the domination of a young Jewish man’s sexuality by his father and patriarchs of Jewish culture, begins at a very young age, with the mutilation of the most sensitive part of the boy’s body when he is only a week old via circumcision.Many Jewish men allow their parents to determine what kind of person they can and cannot marry, even if it means, as it does in Yair’s case, publicly shaming their partner of choice.Among the public statements issued by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last week were repeated claims about the strength of the country’s economy and adamant insistence the international community acknowledge Israel’s status as a “Jewish state.” But, what stood out most was a statement made by one of Netanyahu’s aides denying the Prime Minister’s 23-year-old son Yair was dating a 25-year-old woman from Norway.
Yair has yet to speak out against his father’s denial of the earlier statement attributed to him in which Yair revealed he was dating a Norwegian woman.
In these cases, it may take years for the non-Jewish partner to receive Israeli citizenship, thanks to government policies making it difficult for non-Jews to become citizens.
Thanks to the cash and connections available through his father, Yair can bypass these barricades with relative ease, if he chooses to do so.
When two Jews want to marry one another, they must apply to the rabbis in the city where they live, and prove their mothers were born Jewish and their mothers’ mothers were born Jewish.
If the bride or groom immigrated to Israel from another country, then a rabbi from the city they originated from must attest to the fact that they, and their mothers and their mothers’ mothers, were born Jewish.