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On Valentine’s Day, the widely practiced celebration of love, the two will spend their time just like any busy couple juggling work, school and love.“For tonight, we will probably just study, maybe drink some beer and eat some chocolate,” Michal said.“We’ve never been a couple that does flowers and all that stuff,” said Ahmed.Its long-term support has been vital in helping the Association undertake broad-based research on corporate governance in Asia, in particular "CG Watch", the collaborative survey we carry out every two years with CLSA.

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“Dad said, ‘I support you and I love you,’ but asked questions like ‘How will you raise your kids? ’” By creating what they call a “bubble,” Michal and Ahmed have been able to maintain a semblance of normality in their relationship.

Now especially, when the street is becoming a jungle and hatred is bubbling over and blinding so many people from both religions, these families prefer to seclude themselves until the rage passes. It’s not something you can hide,” Alaa Agbariyah tells Al-Monitor. While many mixed families lived in mixed cities, Alaa and Hagar live in the Arab town of Umm al-Fahm. I’m not afraid that anything will happen there,” he says, “but on my way to work, on the bus, anything can happen. Ever since this all began, I’ve preferred to drive to work with friends instead of taking the bus.” He says that the current wave of violence has had no impact on his relationship with Jewish friends and colleagues at work.

Still, people are afraid to visit him at home, and he understands why.

According to Itamar Radai, a research fellow at the Moshe Dayan Center and academic director of the Konrad Adenauer Program for Jewish-Arab Cooperation, the number of Jewish-Arab marriages is not increasing, and the phenomenon remains at the margins of largely ethnicity-based relationships. There are a low number of cases each year, usually Jewish females to Muslim males,” Radai said.

Mahdi, a 17-year-old from the Arab town Jadeidi-Makr in northern Israel, has been dating a Jewish-Israeli for the past seven months.

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