Israel's Education Ministry has rejected a request by teachers to include Dorit Rabinyan's novel Borderlife in the curriculum for high school literature students. The novel deals with a romance between a Jewish Israeli woman and an Arab man. "Marrying a non-Jew is not what the education system is educating about," said Dalia Fenig, the ministry official who leads the committee responsible for the decision.
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