Confrontations of a German Catholic young woman

Being very worried about her place in Israeli society as the daughter of a German Catholic she asked Eyal once again how he felt about her mother not being Jewish. Rosalind was neither accepted in South Africa by the Jewish community nor by the Catholic community. She was an outsider not belonging anywhere. She had asked her granny many years earlier, “Granny, who am I?” “You’re a wonderful human being who shouldn’t be ashamed of your ancestors. Jews and non-Jews are equal. We all have the same color blood. My dear child be proud of who you are. Children from mixed marriages are the most successful and have stunning looks.”

Juliet Aharoni

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