When They Say: Intermarriage

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When They Say: Intermarriage is a resource for Jewish parents who want their children to understand how important it is to marry another Jew.  In our free, democratic society, many people find the Jewish ban on intermarriage to be silly,  alien, or even racist. This app gives parents a collection of  talking points in response to many of the arguments that people bring in defense of intermarriage.

This app is not an effort to offend, anger, or otherwise antagonize those who have already intermarried. The Jewish people has to reach out to intermarried couples and give them as much love and acceptance as possible.

Having said that,  Jews have a responsibility to prevent intermarriage when possible. The ideal Jewish marriage is between two Jews.  Because there are so many intermarrieds in our community, a lot of Jewish leaders and parents are afraid to talk about the beauty of marrying another Jew. The purpose of this app is to help parents talk about intermarriage and thereby give the next generation of Jews a chance to thrive.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: Education
Released: July 31, 2010
Publisher: Eli Garfinkel
Price: Free (get app)

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