Naturally, a person with as much money and power as Yair Netanyahu can easily circumvent the legal hurdles put in place to prevent miscegenation.
Even when he was walking out the door to catch the commuter train into New York City. A crush of strangers circling around him on the sidewalk were the last faces he saw on this earth. READ: My Name is Rachel Stein & I Am Not a Jew Listen up.I was in eleventh grade at the time, and each day when I came downstairs, he wanted to chat about colleges, especially Bucknell. He wanted to take me on a tour all over the country to different campuses and he wouldn’t pressure but maybe we could visit Bucknell too? READ: Interfaith Family Bullying: When Do You Stop Fighting And Just Give Up?One morning, a few months after The Honker officially became my stepdad, I decided that the only way to let him know that I was not in the mood to ever change my opinion or accept him was to give him the silent treatment. ” Those were the last words The Honker ever said to me.Comments are moderated, so use your inside voices, keep your hands to yourself, and no, we're not interested in herbal supplements.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.
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.