If Jews are not white, does that mean most people in Hollywood are not white?

Steven Spielberg

Woody Allen

Natalie Portman

Gwyneth Paltrow

Darren Aronfrosky

Daniel Radcliffe

John Mayer

Mel Brooks

Chelsea Handler

Amanda Bynes

Dustin Hoffman

Michael Bay

Shia LaBeouf

Adam Levine

Zac Efron

Ashley Tisdale

Daniel Day-Lewis

Winona Ryder

Michael Douglas

Kirk Douglas

Paul Newman

Sean Penn

Bette Midler

Larry David

David Beckham

Bar Refaeli

Esti Ginzburg

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Michelle Trachtenberg

Alyson Hannigan

Amber Benson

Juliet Landau

Seth Green

Katie Couric

Tori Spelling

Mila Kunis

Laura Prepon

Jason Segel

Kate Hudson

Goldie Hawn

Scarlett Johansson

Robert Downey Jr.


Bill Maher

Jon Stewart

Bob Dylan

Logan Lerman

Boris Becker

Paul Rudd

Rachel Weisz

Sarah Jessica Parker

Matthew Broderick

Ally Sheedy

Judd Nelson

Ben Stiller

Jesse Eisenberg

Mark Zuckerberg

Andrew Garfield

Armie Hammer

Stephen Dorff

Jennifer Connelly

Tony Curtis

Jaime Lee Curtis

Jonah Hill

Seth Rogen

Roman Polanski

Helena Bonham Carter

Maggie Gyllenhal

Jake Gyllenhal

Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Lily Collins

Alicia Silverstone

Adam Lambert

Aaron Carter

Nick Carter

Eric Dane

Liev Schrieber

Leelee Sobieski

Adam Brody

Adrien Brody

Peggy Lipton

David Schwimmer

Lisa Kudrow

Alona Tal

Rachel Bilson

Matt Stone

Matthew Weiner

David Chase

David Benioff

D.B. Weiss

Corey Feldman

Corey Haim

Ben Foster

Jon Foster

Alison Brie

Maggie Siff

Katey Sagal

Jane Seymour

Lauren Bacall

Josh Peck

River Phoenix

Joaquin Phoenix

Bryan Greenberg

Cole Hauser

Noah Wyle

Jennifer Westfeldt

Debra Messing

Brooke Burke

Jami Gertz

Jennifer Jason Leigh

James Franco

Elizabeth Banks

Shiloh Fernandez

Bob Saget

Syllvester Stallone

Antonio Sabato Jr.

Selma Blair

Anton Yelchin

Michael Rappaport

Adam Sandler

Evan Rachel Wood

Eli Marienthal

Lauren Collins

Jake Epstein

Stacie Farber

Shane Kippel

Mike Lobel

Ryan Cooley

Ezra Miller

William Shatner

Amy Winehouse

Sascha Baren Cohen

Samantha Harris

Harvey Weinstein

Marc Ecko

Sarah Silverman

Amanda Peet

James Maslow

Lea Michele

Dianna Agron

Kat Dennings

Eva Green

Eddie Kaye Thomas

Mara Wilson

Emmy Rossum

Nikki Reed

Alisan Porter

Scott Mechlowicz

Will Janowitz

Gal Gadot

Norman Finklestein

Romola Garai

Justin Bartha

David Arquette

Patricia Arquette

Neve Campbell

Elizabeth Berkley

Zach Braff

Ginnifer Goodwin

Joel Madden

Benji Madden

Mia Kirshner

Jeff Goldblum

Indina Menzel

Michael Rosenbaum

Eli Roth

Fred Savage

Jack Nicholson

Ellen Barkin

Roseanne Barr

Kate Capshaw

Amy Irving

Susie Essman

Fran Drescher

David Copperfield

Stephen Fry

Rick Moranis

Ron Perlman

Howard Stern

Debra Winger

Richard Belzer

James Caan

Scott Caan

Neil Diamond

Richard Dreyfuss

Phoebe Snow

Harrison Ford

Carrie Fischer

Barbara Hershey

Bette Midler

Alan Arkin

Marilyn Monroe

Elizabeth Taylor

Isla Fischer

Gene Wilder

Shelley Winters

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Eli Wallach

Billy Chrystal

Art Garfunkel

Judd Apatow

J.J. Abrams

The Coen Brothers

Arthur Miller

Robert Downey Sr.

Michael Mann

Jerry Lewis

Frank Oz

Barbara Walters

Joan Rivers

I realize it is somewhat of a ethnicity like Italian, Irish, Greek, and whatever else.

But if you were to convert to Judaism, are you considered less Jewish than those who are a part of the ethnicity?

Some people even go as far to say Jewish is a race. But if it is, then would that not make Jews incredibly racist? Would that not make Israel a apartheid and racist state that shouldn't even exist in the first place?

Why are people so obsessed with Jews in the first place?

My entire life they have been regular white / Caucasian people to me. I am so used to seeing them and other white / Caucasian people of other ethnic groups on my television screen and in real life that they have been all of the same race to me.

But I noticed that their seems to be amnesty between the different ethnic groups, especially Jews.

But I looked at the rate of intermarriage, and it seems that white / Caucasian Jews and white / Caucasian people of other ethnic groups intermarry often without a problem.

So what's the deal?

5 Answers

  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    what's your point? it's called Judaism- Jewish it's a religion NOT a race. we are white thank u very much... and if u concert your not considered any less Jewish cuz when u do convert its the same religion.. hater.

    anyone reading this if u see any anti Jew comments report it, I'd defend your religion, culture, race from hateful comments by reporting it

  • 8 years ago

    Because in history the Jewish people were always prosecuted by others

    Basically, first they were kicked out of their original home

    Wandered trying to find a home, some stole in order to survive

    Making it hard for people to trust them,

    People eventually made stereotypes about them, since they always isolated themselves

    Whether because of the past or religious reasons I don't really know

    Eventually the Jewish choosing to isolate themselves leads to the WWII genocide

    So now it becomes harder for the Jewish community to isolate themselves, because people often

    choose to either pity them or outright hate them

    All in all I think it is because a lot of Jewish people choose to isolate themselves, and since people don't know much about them, makes them stand out

    Source(s): I can't really say I know, I'm not part of the Jewish race I'm a history buff, and I'm assuming that is the reason If I offend anybody in any way, I apologize
  • ?
    Lv 6
    8 years ago

    Dont be fukcing ridiclous, Jews are Caucasian, even if some of them don't like to admit it. The vast majority of Jews are descended from middle-eastern and European peoples, both of whom are Caucasian. Therefore Jews are most definately white.

  • Your the one obsessed with Jewish people, obviously. THEY ARE WHITE!!!!

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Is this suppose to be some kind of riddle or something?

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