A 2013 study, 89% of U.S. Jews say: A person can be Jewish, even if he/she is strongly critical of Israel

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    • Well, a person can be jewish even if eating pork and not attending any religious function. That is because ‘Jewish’ is both a religious and a racial thing. When a Muslim leaves his / her religion he / she is gone. When a Jew leaves his / her religion he / she is still a Jew (by race). The advantage of this way of thinking is that th next generation may again come back being both racially and religiously Jewish. When someone leaves any other religion usually ‘gone is gone’. (comments welcome if you have other views).

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