Haaretz, Jan 3, 2016
1. The Bible: Sarah had a problematic relationship with the Pharoah in Egypt with Abraham's encouragement, who identified himself as her brother. King Solomon had a thousand women, many of them gentiles, and even allowed them to worship their own gods - actually considered one of his major sins. One of King David's wives, Maacah, daughter of the king of Geshur, was also a foreigner. David himself was also the great-grandchild of Boaz the Jew and Ruth the Moabite.
[...] Tel Aviv University Literature Professor Menachem Perry addressed the book banning, saying that "the censors are crying. It's a joke because in this manner they'll have to censor the Bible and Bialik, and from there they'll find a reason to censor every creation. They'll have to reject most of Hebrew literature because there isn't one that you can't find something in. Maybe we won't teach literature at all.