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Benzi Gopstein, the head of Lehava wrote to Mr Zuckerberg, urging him to 'separate from the non-Jewish woman and find a good Jewish one, and to make up for your mistake, go on a major campaign on Facebook against assimilation.''I'm here, on behalf of the Jewish people, to spoil the party,' Mr Gopstein wrote to Zuckerberg, Al Arabiya reported, adding that 'Assimilation is bringing the extermination of the Jews to the seventh million!' Since its establishment, Lehava launched anti-Arab campaigns everywhere from shops and beaches to the synagogues and schools, bidding the public not only to report any Jewish-Arab romantic liaisons, but also not to rent Arabs apartments, and not employ them in workplaces.
However, when asked whether he thought Christian places of worship can remain in the holy land, Mr Gopstein said that 'All the big rabbis in Halacha (religious laws in the Torah), including Rambam,say there's no place for churches in Israel.' The area where Gopstein says he wants ' to do more' is in the volatile tinderbox compound where the Al Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock shrine stand in the Old City Jerusalem, known as 'Temple Mount' by Jews and 'Haram al Sharif' by Muslims.
A crowd of Israeli supporters also gathered opposite the Lehava protestors, holding a counter-demonstration as a show of support for the couple.
Israel's president Reuven Rivlin himself congratulated the couple, whilst denouncing Lehava's incitement as akin to 'rodents gnawing under the shared democratic and Jewish foundation of Israel.'At the wedding of his own daughter in 2014, Mr Gopstein said were an Arab waiter to be found at the venue, the waiter 'would likely be looking for the closest hospital', according to the New York Times.
This was from Monday - on Wednesday, she came home.
One of our guys spoke to her and now she's in a good place.'Mr Gopstein says the group sends out activists to talk to the girls who have relationship with Arab men.
Orly Erez-Likhovski, a lawyer from Israel religious Action Centre (IRAC), says the organisation has been monitoring Lehava from its inception and has filed numerous complaints, letters and petitions to the country's attorney general.
In response to a 2014 petition, the state told IRAC that a secret investigation approved by the attorney general against Lehava has been ongoing since 2012 - but that no decision whether or not to press charges has been reached.
On the night that the 16-year-old Palestinian teenager Mohammad Abu Khdeir was kidnapped, beaten and burned alive in a Jerusalem forest as the Israel-Gaza war raged in the summer of 2014, Lehava and other activists were out on the streets of Jerusalem, spouting racist and violent propaganda, Giora, an activist from 'Talking in the Square' says.
'In the summer of 2014, they used to shout 'death to Arabs', but the police told them it's illegal.
Racist extremists who set up a 'hotline' to inform on Jews in a relationship with 'Arabs' and who targeted Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are openly peddling hate and violence - but the Israeli government won't act.
Lehava, a radical fringe group in Israel, hunts down people sleeping with 'goys' - or non-Jews '- then 'persuades' them to separate, attacks Christians as 'vampires' and 'bloodsuckers' and is justifying attacks on churches using the Bible.
Lehava 'advocates hatred of Arabs in Israel and is based on racially-oriented and alarmist incitement,' notes a report by Israel Religious Action Centre (IRAC), a public and legal advocacy arm of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.