The group have now begun advertising for people to join the 'Jewish Honour Guard'.
Pictured: Dov, a co-ordinator for the Lehava in his Israeli town, out in Jerusalem with activists on a Thursday evening But it does not stop there.
Rotund, bearded and wearing a large yarmulke, he scrolls patiently through his smartphone whilst sitting in a Jerusalem hotel foyer, showing an example of an email received through Lehava's Hotline.'We get about 10 calls a day, from all over Israel,' he says.
'A few days ago, I got this: 'my 15 and a half year old daughter met a guy, she then met him again on a Friday and now she won't answer the phone - and she doesn't want to come home'.
The webpage referred to the 'traitorous women who consciously and as a matter of ideology have chosen to leave the Jewish people and openly live with or marry non-Jews…We want to expose them to public view and let their shame be known.'Born in Bnei Brak, a strictly religious town on the outskirts of Israel's cosmopolitan and most liberal city, Tel Aviv, Mr Gopstein lost his father when he was 13 years old. They want to give Jerusalem, they want to give everything - but living together will never work.'In 2014, the Times of Israel reported three Lehava members were arrested and sentenced to prison terms for setting fire to a bilingual Jewish-Arab school in Jerusalem and for spray painting racist incitement messages on the school walls echoing the views of Lehava - 'There is no coexistence with cancer'; 'Death to the Arabs'; and 'Kahane was right'.
Aged 14, he met the extremist Rabbi Meir Kahane and became his ardent follower and activist.'The most important was that he spoke the truth, he wasn't scared. Activists from 'Talking in the Square', a grassroots organisation that every Thursday night holds a counter- Lehava gathering in Jerusalem in order to promote pluralist discussions of many core issues, say that the far-right activists have used a number of violent means to intimidate Arabs in Jerusalem.
'If I will go to her and tell her: what you're doing is wrong, she's going to tell me to go away,' he says.
Supermodel: Bar Rafaeli, who is Jewish and was dating Leonardo Dicaprio, is one of the high-profile names who have been urged not to marry outside their own religion by far-right radical fringe group Lehava'To do what God says you're supposed to do, not what you think in your head that you're supposed to do.Poor climatic conditions at the end of the 13th century undermined sacred leaders at Mapungubwe itself, and while vulnerable, the elite at Great Zimbabwe took over the important gold and ivory trade.Among other things, the new elite used the unique Zimbabwe birdstones to establish their legitimacy.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.