Is there a way for the secular partner to find meaning in traditional Jewish rituals?
When I met my husband, I still believed in God. That was more than ten years ago, when I had the notion that I could fit in to Orthodoxy.
I have a confession to make: I’m in a mixed marriage. But not the kind that conjures up images of Fiddler on the Roof’s Tevye, devastated by his daughter’s decision to wed outside the faith.
Mixed marriages between Jews and Arabs are rare in Israel. And during wartime, few want to talk openly about their relationships — much less their views about the Gaza conflict.