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من أسباب الدعوة الإسرائيلية إلى يهودية الدولة وطرد العرب والتغيير الديموغرافي في الأراضي المحتلة : التحول إلى الإسلام والزواج من مسلمين.

من أسباب الدعوة الإسرائيلية إلى يهودية الدولة وطرد العرب والتغيير الديموغرافي في الأراضي المحتلة : التحول إلى الإسلام والزواج من مسلمين.


:: أكثر من مئة  بهودي "إسرائيلي" يغيرون ديانتهم إلى الإسلام في الدوائر الرسية سنويا و عدد الذين لا يتقدمون بطلبات رسمية غير معروف

:: يهوديات يتزوجن عربا مسلمين ويننقلن مع عائلاتهن للعيش في القرى العربية ويتحولن إلى الإسلام

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Jewish Israelis converting to Islam

There is an opinion that the biggest threat to Judaism in Israel are Christian missionaries spreading around their false ideology. Nevertheless, two days ago, Israel's daily MAARIV reported that more and more Jewish Israelis are converting to ISLAM.

In 2008, 142 Israelis changed their religion. Among those were 112 who converted to Islam. Believe it or not !

Or in other words, they joined the religion of the local "enemy".

How can that be ? Jews in Israel are confronted with daily terror and convert to Islam.

For many years there has been a big problem in Israel and no one seems to be able to solve it: Plenty of young Jewish women marry Palestinians. This is especially taking place in those areas where Jews and Palestinians live together. Places like Haifa or Nazeret (Nazareth), for instance.

Although Jews and Arabs have their own neighbourhoods in the city of Nazareth, many people of the two nations mix. When they go out they meet and get involved. Becoming friends and maybe more.

In Jerusalem countless young male Palestinians walk around yelling after young Israeli girls.

The anti - missionary group YAD LE'ACHIM explained that there are Israeli girls who grow up in a rather poor environment. Some are even getting beaten at home. Suddenly they meet a young guy (e.g. a Palestinian) who is treating them nicely. Making presents like cell phones or jewellery. Someone who is giving them attention and the feeling that they are not useless in this world. Then they marry the Palestinian despite all the hatred within Israeli society towards those Jews marrying Arabs. Mostly the nice Palestinian turns out to be violent once the Jewish woman is married to him. Women are being taken into Arab villages, have to live together with the rest of his family and are being treated like slaves. YAD LE'ACHIM rescued many of those women and their children from Arab villages in order to re - integrate them into Jewish and Israeli society.

In my opinion, this is the main reason making out the figure 112 (Jews converting to Islam). Probably those Israeli women who are willing to marry a Palestinian.

Maybe I am wrong. However, MAARIV also stated that 112 is the official number but how many cases where Israelis convert to Islam are known to the public ? If this could be a security threat ?

by Miriam Woelke



Muslim Men Marrying Jewish Women.

Publication: Israel Faxx

Date: Tuesday, July 22 2003

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Early morning. Nassar kisses his wife Marina goodbye. She also says goodbye to her parents, Luda and Misha, and heads off to work. This is not a scene from a movie, the theater or a passage from a book. This is Israeli reality happening in the city of Tira,

next to Kfar Saba. According to regional mayors there are hundreds of Jewish- Arab couples that live in just this way, in happiness and tranquility.

The love story of Marina and Nassar is one example of a growing phenomenon- Jewish women who marry young Arab men and go to live with them. Marina's unemployed parents also moved to in to Nassar's apartment and they are full of praise for their new son-in-law.

Marina, 22 years old, immigrated to Israel seven years ago and lived in Hertzliya. A smile appears on her face when she describes her meeting Nassar. "I was working for Pelephone. One day he came in to have his cell-phone repaired and after briefly meeting him I fell in love. He asked me to marry him and to move to Tira. I didn't even know where this was. My parents were scared to come with us, but now that we've married they see that it's not so terrible. There is a type of quiet here. Nassar takes care of us. They treat us with respect here and give us a lot of help."

You don't see something like this every day," says the Mayor of Tira, Halil Kassam, with pride. "This is true co-existence. Brotherhood and peace between Jews and Arabs. Here there is no intifada and no hatred. We accept the Jews without limitation, ad whoever wants to visit is received with blessing." In the course of a tour of Tira Kassam mentions that in his city alone there are between 90 and 100 Jewish women. There are those who have been here a while and those who have arrived recently. Some are Israelis and some are immigrants from the former Soviet Union."

According to the statistics provided by the leaders of cities in the Sharon at least 190 Jewish women have married Arabs while dozens of others live with them without having gotten married. They come to Tira, to Taiba, and to Jaljuliya, almost always after a romance. For instance Ora Abdul, who has lived in Tira for many years already. "I came here because of love," Ora explains, "I have six children, 17 grandchildren and many Jewish friends who live here." The strongest expression of the change Ora has gone through is her decision to convert. "My friends and I have converted to Islam. It was difficult at first, but in the course of years you have to adopt the customs of your husband," she explains.

Riki also, a resident of the Sharon, who finished her army service 4 months ago is involved in a romantic relationship with an Arab youth. "I have had a boyfriend from Kfar Kassam for four years now," she says, "He is wonderful and we are considering marriage." According to Riki many of her friends from the army also have romantic relationships with Arabs.

Stella, who is married to a resident in the area, sums up the message that all of these women are trying to get across, the ones who have been there awhile and the newer arrivals as well. "We respect the Islamic religion, and they respect the Jewish religion. There is no compulsion or pressure here, only love and patience. The leaders should come to Tira to see how people live," she says with emotion.

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