Quotation from Arthur Ruppin “Descendants of a mixed marriage… not any remarkable gifts” — 1913

Then director in Palestine of the colonization financed by the Zionist Organization, future director of the Jewish Agency, inspired by biological suprematism.

Author : Thematic :

It is certain, however, that by intermarriage the race-character
is lost, and that descendants of a mixed marriage are not likely to have any

remarkable gifts.


Arthur Ruppin, The Jews of Today (1913). Cited by Shlomo Sand, The Invention of the Jewish People, Verso, p. 263.

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