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My boyfriend is Jewish, raised in an orthodox family, and I’m half Lebanese.Last week we were on vacation and, at the suggestion of a journalist friend, added a photo of us together in support of what was then a little-known initiative called Jews and Arabs Refuse to be Enemies.
I’ve worked in the Palestinian refugee camps scattered across Lebanon, so I’ve seen the desperate circumstances many Palestiniansface.He knows they were people too, with their own motivations and struggles, as alien and violent as they may seem. Instead of dehumanizing those who have hurt you, I think you need to look at the context of their lives and understand them as human beings in order to reach any real peace, with yourself or withthem.That’s why Jeremy and I decided to take part in the Jews and Arabs Refuse to Be Enemies campaign, which was started by Abraham Gutman, an Israeli student living in New York, and his friend Dania Darwish, who is Syrian.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.I'd say that Israeli men like Arab women, as much as all women.And that is something that does occur on bothsides. We wanted to spread an idea that wouldn’t polarize, something that would be heard not just by the people who agree with us, but by those who don’t.
Militancy and anger haven’t helped bring this to an end.
But despite our differences, they saw something in that message they could connect with, and it gives mehope.
Knowing I’m traveling to Lebanon in two weeks and will be interacting with people most likely unreceptive to the fact that I have a Jewish boyfriend, my mother has fretted to me quite a bit about this attention.
Jeremy, my boyfriend, who prefers his last name not be used, comes from a family that is staunch in its support of the Israeli government.
He lived in Israel for some time and has dual citizenship.
Of course, an overwhelming majority of the rhetoric and social-media chatter around Gaza has been, frankly, disgusting.