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And if you marry a non-Jew, it just means 'I don't give a rat's ass about what God says -I want to be like everyone else who don't have a God.'Founded in 2009, Lehava means 'the flame', and is also an acronym in Hebrew for 'Preventing Assimilation in the Holy Land'.
For the activists, a relationship between a Jew and a non-Jew is a Biblical sin - and something to be fought against.
"Until now, we were listening to men, and they were the ones to run everything." "In Between" is the film's English title.
In Arabic, it is called "Land Sea," an expression meaning "Neither Here Nor There," the film's name in Hebrew.
Its origins lie over two centuries ago…." So begins this four-part series on the 'nakba', meaning the 'catastrophe', about the history of the Palestinian exodus that led to the first Arab-Israeli war in 1948, and the establishment of the state of Israel.
This sweeping history starts back in 1799 with Napoleon's attempted advance into Palestine to check British expansion and his appeal to the Jews of the world to reclaim their land in league with France.
A new award-winning film about Arab women battling their conservative society has touched off a real-life battle: The municipality of a major Arab city in Israel has called for a boycott of the film, and the film's director says she has received death threats for her unflinching portrayal of sex, drugs, parties, homosexuality and rape in her community.
He called on the Jews to ‘rise up’ against what he called their oppressors. On 19 April 1936, the Palestinians launched a national strike to protest against mass Jewish immigration and what they saw as Britain’s alliance with the Zionist movement. During the six months of the strike, over 190 Palestinians were killed and more than 800 wounded.
Palestinian leaders bowed to pressure from the Arab heads of state and agreed to meet the British Royal Commission of Inquiry headed by Lord Peel.
In a recording of the hotline obtained by Mail Online this week, the group has dropped the specific demand for informers and instead advertises martial arts seminars for the training of the 'Jewish Honour Guard'.
It also advertises upcoming protests together with 'La Familia', a notoriously racist football hooligan group who support 'Beitar Jerusalem' - the only football club in Israel's premier league which has never signed an Arab player.