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Which terms are used to describe Jewish people?
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Is the word 'Gentile' offensive when used to refer to people who are not Jewish?
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What does anti-Jewish mean?
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What term is used to describe the separation of blacks and whites?
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What is the name used to describe group of Jewish people who want all of Palestine to belong to the Jews?
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Felsic and mafic are terms used by some geologists to describe what?
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What are the 3 terms used to describe organisms such as birds?
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What is the term used to describe a perfect place?
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Earthy shiney waxy mattalic and pearly are terms used to describe a mineral's what?
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What are three terms in ecology used to describe organisms such as cows?
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Is White a Jewish surname?
White as a surname is sometimes a translation of the Yiddish surname Weiss. When it is a translation of Weiss, it may be used by Jewish people, but that is not always the case, since people who are not Jewish also used that name. This is true of most so-called Jewish names. They are Jewish when used by Jewish people and not Jewish when used by non-Jews. There are few if any surnames that are exclusively Jewish. Even the surname Cohen/Cohan is used by people who are not Jewish (Irish Catholics, to be specific).
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What is another term used to describe a jewish matchmaker?
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What terms are used to describe the countries of belguim the Netherlands and Luxembourg?
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Terms used to describe the way the world is conventionally divided?
Why is Israel called the Jewish republic of Asia?
Answer 1 The term describing the state of Israel as the Jewish Republic of Asia is inaccurate. The state of Israel as we know it today is also not a republic. The form of its government is called a parliamentary democracy. Answer 2 The term "Jewish Republic of Asia" is not a commonly used term to describe Israel. Contrary to the view of Answer 1, a parliamentary democracy is a type of representative republic, making the moniker, "Jewish Republic of Asia" factually correct even though it is rarely used (It is a republic that is founded for the Jewish people on the continent of Asia). More often, people describe Israel as the "Jewish State".