By Joshua Gross
Personal narrative about a Jewish man and his Lebanese girlfriend, and the strains they faced during the 2006 war in Lebanon.
By Jessica Steinberg
Reprinted news article about the Israeli Supreme Court decision to allow Jews-by-choice who were converted by Reform or Conservative rabbis in Israel to be considered "Jewish" on their identification cards and for other political purposes.
By Julie Wiener
Even when my husband and I argue about Middle East politics, with him generally more critical than I am about things like human rights violations, I feel comfortable knowing he has a respect and affection for the place and its people that comes with havin
By Jennifer Locke Berenbaum
A woman from an interfaith family tells the story of a trip she took to Israel that became part of a show on the Hallmark Channel.
By Amiram Barkat
Reprinted news article about a poll that found only 43 percent of secular Jews in Israel see intermarriage as a problem.
By Mimi DuPree
Two out of three of these new children's books about Israel are great--one you'll want to give as a baby gift, and one you'll want to reread yourself.
By Michal Richardson
If you've ever wondered what it's like to go to Israel on a Birthright trip, this is for you.
By Loolwa Khazzoom
Personal narrative by an Jewish woman whose family is descended from Jews from Iraq describing the delights and dilemmas of dating a Bedouin Muslim man in Israel.
By Dan Baron
Interview with Natalie Portman who stars in an independent Israeli film called Free Zone about an American girl who falls in love with an Israeli and gets caught up in a car deal in the West Bank.
Compilation of InterfaithFamily.com's staff's selections for their favorite articles from 1998-2006.