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17-May-2020 19:39

His family were completely against their relationship and wanted him to marry a cousin from the same village they were from in Iraq.

I think in the end (this was some decades ago) the family accepted that as a second generation Australian that they weren't going to be able to force their customs on him forever and that each successive generation would become slightly less "Duze" over time.

"Since that moment, I am a different woman, stronger and more powerful," she says in an attempt to explain the difference before her conversion and afterwards. "I love to light Shabbat candles," she says as she arranges the candlesticks. "And before Chanukah I'm planning to light candles and make donuts, although my Spinjes [Moroccan deep fried dough] are really tasty." Prays to G-d (Illustration: Shutterstock) S., a young woman in her 30’s, finished a few months ago her conversion process that began five years ago, and since then she conducts herself and lives as a Jew in every respect.

In her modest home two candlesticks stand on the table. "I'm observant, meticulous about waiting six hours between meat and milk - so I’m certainly a Jew, right?

I understood that they want to see how much I really want to be a Jew.

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It feels completely different." She agreed to share her fascinating story with us. is a Druze woman from the north of Israel who chose to join the Jewish people, and recently completed her conversion process.

"They're wonderful," she says, "I keep asking them questions, and they help me as far as possible. "I try to pray from a Siddur [Jewish prayer book], but if I don’t manage to, I pray to Hashem in my words.

Until today we keep in contact." How did you go through such a process without telling your family? I tell Him, ' G-d help me, watch over us, give us health and strength.’ I know one thing — if I do not pray, nothing works out for me that day, that’s just the way it is. has seen the phenomenon of young Jewish women who fall in the net of Arab men.

"I believe in the religion of Moses and Judaism — and that it is the true religion.

I have been dating someone who I have grown to love so dearly over the past three years.

was a young Druze who decided one fine day to realize her dream to become a Jew.