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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.

There is only one reason that, in 2014, Israel’s head of state would be required to respond to reports that his son is in a romantic relationship with another consenting adult: the woman in question is not Jewish.

On top of that a lifetime of dating Israeli guys has made them take no shit.

They often take the upper hand in the relationship and you could, after a beer or two, classify them into two main types: – The Yemenite/Moroccan girls who are argumentative, bossy and used to getting things all their own way.

Only the word of certain rabbis is trusted, and the list of acceptable rabbis is very short.

If either the bride or groom is considered not to be Jewish enough, the rabbis do not allow the wedding to take place.

Foreigners have good chances of getting a date in Israel and as most young people speak English it’s easy to connect.

For all of Israeli history, the power to determine who may marry and who may not has been held by a network of fundamentalist, ultra-Orthodox rabbis.

They most like what they are to.) There is little, however, to be gained from idle speculation or self-flagellation.

(I take with a pinch of salt, these days, the Israeli woman’s oft-heard assertion that she likes English manners.

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.

For all of Israeli history, the power to determine who may marry and who may not has been held by a network of fundamentalist, ultra-Orthodox rabbis.

They most like what they are to.) There is little, however, to be gained from idle speculation or self-flagellation.

(I take with a pinch of salt, these days, the Israeli woman’s oft-heard assertion that she likes English manners.

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.

At its core, however, it’s exactly the opposite, especially in Israel. I still wonder what he expected, or wanted, me to say: “Who, me? I visited the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) and had the opportunity to speak with a passionate and relatable Member of the Knesset, Michal Biran.