Some Jews become Christians, some Christians become Jews and even more Jews become atheists, or "secular Jews". A healthy society should see conversions from one to the other, in each direction.
Yes, non-Orthodox Jews can become Orthodox by becoming more observant. Non-Jews can become Orthodox Jews through Orthodox conversion.
If they do, they become Apostate Jews.
Some Jews become Christians, some Christians become Jews and even more Jews become atheists, or "secular Jews". A healthy society should see conversions from one to the other, in each direction.Jewish answer:No. Jewish converts to Christianity will be, and have always been, a minority.
In German occupied Europe Jews were segregated by law.
Moses was not the founder of the Jews , the real father is Abraham.
It is written in the Torah.
Jews and Christians are equal. There are both good & bad people in both religions.
2010 is equal to the Jewish year 5770.
Adolf Hitler did not want Jews to become Aryans (his mythical Nordic blue-eyed blond race), he wanted the Jews to be expelled or killed and for Aryans to become the dominant and only race in Germany.
Because the world should be equal
The Jews hated the Samaritans because the Samaritans were Jews that intermarried with Gentiles. They considered them not equal and a lower caste.
Before Hitler become leader Jews were ordered to wear gold stars and were restricted as to where they could go and how they could get there. After Hitler become the leader Jews were put in concentration camps that they were not allowed to leave.
because of jews
No. If they were equal the rhombus would become a square.
You have to flip the inequality sign. If it is less than(<) it has to become greater than(>). If it is greater than(>), it has to become less than(<). If it is less than equal to(<=), it has to become greater than equal to(>=). If it is greater than equal to(>=)., it must become less than equal to(<=).
In the year 37 BCE.
They like dealing with money.
It is often referred to as the Holocaust.
Assimilated Jews were barely tolerated. Orthodox Jews were were ridiculed despised and hated. Ordinary, working class Jews were needed, tolerated and held in a state of limbo. Germany's Nuremberg laws made them all equal.
There is no test of knowledge to become a citizen of Israel for either Jews or non-Jews. Jews can become citizens through the Law of Return, which grants citizenship based on person's Jewish heritage. Non-Jews can typically become citizens through being born in Israel, being reunified with family members in Israel, or by having their application for citizenship approved by the Israeli Department of the Interior. See the Israeli Government site below for more details.