Growing up in a culture of threats, abuse, and honor killings, a Palestinian Muslim teen sought out her half-brother for help, ending up in Israel with him, with both planning to convert to Judaism and joining the IDF.
By Israel National News
Born to the same father but different mothers, Saddam and Sadden Awoudeh were never close growing up.
The two half-siblings, both raised as Muslims in the Palestinian Authority-controlled section of the city of Hebron, were born twelve years apart, and saw little of each other growing up.
Over the last year, however, the two have been brought together – in part by their shared plans to convert to Judaism. Continue Reading »