We know cosmopolitan elites love miscegenation – because they keep showing it to us in their movies and television series.
But apparently it’s not as popular at their home base in Israel.
The two have been together for four years, but have kept their relationship a secret from the media.
Hazan called to stop Jewish assimilation, saying: “I don’t blame Lucy Aharish for seducing a Jewish soul with the goal of harming our country and for preventing more Jewish progeny from continuing the Jewish dynasty, on the contrary she is welcome to convert,” Hazan wrote on his Twitter account.
“I do blame Tzachi ‘the Islamicizing’ Halevy, who took Fauda a step too far – Bro stop being delusional. Lucy, it’s not personal, but you should know Tzachi is my brother and the Jewish people are my people, stop the assimilation!” he tweeted.
The couple wed in a small private ceremony on Wednesday evening, reported the entertainment news show “Good Evening with Guy Pines” on Wednesday. The wedding was kept a secret partly out of fears of protests from both Jewish and Arab nationalists, reported Pines.
On Thursday, Hazan followed up his tweet with another commenting on responses condemning his remarks. “Your reactions, which try to turn assimilation into the right and heroic thing to do, explain what Prime Minister Netanyahu and Zionist Union chairman [Avi] Gabbay when they said: ‘The left has forgotten what it means to be Jewish.'”
And it’s not just that this MP, Oren Hazan, is a crazy man outlier. (Although that may also be true: he was suspended from the Knesset months ago for extreme statements and behaviour.) His views have been endorsed by the Interior Minister of Israel.
Also Thursday, Interior Ministry Arye Dery said that he is “Against such things,” and that “We mustn’t encourage such things, despite all the love.”
Speaking on Army Radio, Dery said “The pain of assimilation worldwide is consuming the Jewish people,” claiming as an example that New York state has less Jews than it did after the Holocaust.
“I would tell Lucy I have no doubt she did not mean to harm the State of Israel. They’re a couple in love and getting married, but this isn’t the right thing. You’ll have children, they’ll have a problem in Israel because of they’re status. If she [Aharish] desires Judaism, then there’s the process of conversion.”
While Jews push diversity propaganda on our screens in the West, a single Arab woman “seducing a Jew” in Israel produces political controversy at the highest level.
Why don’t these Israeli Jews understand that Diversity Makes You Free?