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In addition, civil marriage is banned in Israel, meaning that in the small number of cases where Jews and Arabs want to wed, they can do so only by leaving the country for a ceremony abroad. Yuval Yonay, a sociologist at Haifa University, said the number of interracial marriages was "too small to be studied." "Separation between Jews and Arabs is so ingrained in Israeli society, it is surprising that anyone manages to escape these central controls."The team in Petah Tikva, a Jewish city of 200,000 residents, was created in direct response to news that two Jewish girls, aged 17 and 19, were accompanying a group of young Arab men when they allegedly beat a Jewish man, Leonard Karp, to death last month on a Tel Aviv beach. In sentiments widely shared, Hezi Hakak, a spokesman for Petah Tikva municipality, said "Russian girls" ― young Jewish women whose parents arrived in Israel over the past two decades, since the collapse of the former Soviet Union ― were particularly vulnerable to the attention of Arab men.… continue reading »