Intermarriage: Jewish Attitudes

A recent survey finds that a growing number of American Jews accept intermarriage.

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Ed Case, the publisher of InterfaithFamily.com, an Internet magazine, or Webzine, serving approximately 12,000 readers, said he is pleased to learn of the widespread acceptance among Jews of the intermarried.

“One of the things our readers say that puts them off is that they have had hostile, unwelcoming reactions from individual Jews or Jewish organizations,” said Case. He said he hopes the survey encourages Jewish organizations to be more inclusive of intermarried Jews.

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Julie Wiener

Julie Wiener is a reporter with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA), the Global News Service of the Jewish People.