An Israeli organization which is supported by a large number of rabbis has started distributing leaflets in Jerusalem warning Jews to keep their daughters away from Arab men to prevent racial mixing.
The Lehava organization, which is instrumental in theologically-guiding many of the most extreme illegal settler outposts on Palestinian lands, has distributed advertisements which look like imaginary wedding invitations which “demonstrate what would happen if parents fail to keep watch over their daughters,” an Israeli Y-news report has revealed.
Lehava is an Israeli organization whose primary objective is opposing marriages between Jewish women and non-Jewish, particularly Arab, men.
The organization gained prominence in 2010 after sending an open letter to Israeli Jewish supermodel Bar Refaeli urging her to break off her relationship with American actor Leonardo DiCaprio, who is Roman Catholic.
Lehava also has encouraged Israelis to report to the organization the names of Israelis who rent to Arabs, so that they can be named and shamed publicly.
The new leaflet asks its readers to “join Michal and Mohammad as they celebrate their marriage on a Friday night at the Shahid (martyr) events hall in Ramallah.”
Next to the invitation the ad reads: “If you don’t want your daughter’s wedding invitation to look like this then . . . Don’t let her work with Arabs or do national service with non-Jews, don’t let her work in place that employs enemies and don’t bring home migrant workers.”
The Lehava organization’s goal is to “save the daughters of Israel who have been tempted into a romantic relationship with a non-Jew.”
The Zionist-controlled media hardly give any attention to these overtly racial plans by Jews in Israel—but would be screaming from the rooftops in indignation if any group in any other country of the world were to urge its people not to marry Jews.
The double standards are clear for all to see: One rule for Jews, another for Gentiles.