If you've ever wondered what it's like to go to Israel on a Birthright trip, this is for you.
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.
The child of an interfaith marriage found a connection to Jewish history in Israel--not a reason to marry a Jew.
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
News story about trips to Israel exclusively for interfaith couples.
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.
Reprinted news article about the efforts of Mishpaha Hadasha (New Family), a group of lawyers trying to expand marriage rights. Now only 58% of Israelis are eligable to have their marriage and family legally recognized in Israel (it has
Personal narrative from a disaffected child of intermarriage who discovers the beauty of Israel while on a birthright israel trip.
A personal narrative about an American woman who felt fully Jewish during a trip to Israel, but was rejected from a scholarship for a return trip because her mother was not Jewish.
Personal narrative about a Jewish man and his Lebanese girlfriend, and the strains they faced during the 2006 war in Lebanon.