Take a look at this, for example, reported by the Times of Israel. It’s a hotline that has just been launched in Israel enabling members of the public to inform on Jewish women who are dating Arab men “so that they can be persuaded to end the relationship”.
When called, a recording on the Lehava [anti-assimilation organization] hotline says the service is meant to “save the daughters of Israel”. In addition to offering support for women, the line also provides the names and telephone numbers of Arab men that the organization suspects of dating Jewish women.
Callers to the hotline are given a number of choices from a menu in which a recorded voice refers to a non-Jewish man as a “goy”, a derogatory term for a non-Jew.
“If you are in contact with a goy and need assistance, press 1,” is the first option offered by the service, which continues by asking callers if they wish to inform on others.
“If you know a girl who is involved with a goy and you want to help her, press 2,” the voice recording says.
The service then asks for information about non-Jewish men who are in relationships with Jews.
“If you know of a goy who masquerades as a Jew or is harassing Jewish women, or of locations where there is an assimilation problem, press 3”…
The fourth option is for those wanting to donate or help out, while the fifth provides the Hebrew names of several women who, according to the service, are in need of prayers to save them from their relationships with non-Jews…
The recommended prayer… beseeches the Almighty “to put proper understanding in the heart of the woman” and that she should go “from darkness to light, from slavery to redemption”…
According to the chairman of the apartheid Lehava organization, Bentzi Gupstein,Gupstein, since the launch of the hotline 10 Jewish women have been “saved”.
He said that the hotline provides the names and numbers of Arab men, so that “every person can explain in his own way to the Arab man that he is better off dating Fatima from the village rather than Yael or Einat [Israeli women's names]”.
What a creative venture! Hopefully, it will do the Israel brand a world of good.