An Open Letter to Judaism from an Interfaith Family
Liz Polay-Wettengel

If Judaism is so important to you why would you marry a non-Jew? Surely you knew that you would encounter all these barriers and you did it anyways. It’s ridiculous to blame Judaism for your disregard for traditional Jewish values. Those that are trying hard to raise their kids traditionally Jewish don’t need your disdain for Judaism influencing their kids; that’s why you and your family are not being accepted.

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