Am I Jewish?
My moms father, my grandfather, had two Jewish parents who were my great grandparents but my grandfather didn't marry a Jewish woman, my grandmother. Does this make me Jewish or just have Jewish ancestry?
- Donnie PorkoLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
Ancestry. I once asked the Jewish brother in law’s brother how come he’s Jewish when his father isn’t a Jew and he said that according to Jewish tradition, if the mother is Jewish then her kids are Jewish.
- Kevin7Lv 77 months ago
I am Jewish. A person born Jewish or formally converted to Judaism is always a Jew. Jews that follow religions other than Judaism are apostates , apostates can return to Judaism simply by following Judaism alone. Children born to a Jewish woman are automatically Jewish . A child born to Jewish man and a non-Jewish woman is non-Jewish. A non-Jewish person can formally convert to Judaism
- 9 months ago
Do you have a desire to destroy your host country with endless third world immigration and then flee to Israel when those very same immigrants turn on you? If so, you're probably jewish.
- ckngbbblsLv 79 months ago
Jew is a religion, not a ethnic group.
Only you can answer if you are indeed jewish.
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- Sunday CroneLv 79 months ago
NO you are not Jewish. Jewish Ancestry is traced through the Mother. You are at most of Jewish ethnicity.
- 10 months ago
No you're a mixture of genes, no one can tell you the truth about
- ZirpLv 710 months ago
Since you ask, you are not Jewish.
If you had gone to a synagogue regularly, you wouldn't have asked
- MaxiLv 710 months ago
- geraldLv 710 months ago
Sir/madam it would get you on a train to one of the concentration camps sadly, it is not meant to be an insult just a fact
- Anonymous10 months ago
I would say you have Jewish ancestry.