• Why is there so many Holocaust movies?

    Seriously how much Holocaust do they want us to learn
    Seriously how much Holocaust do they want us to learn
    10 answers · Israel · 11 hours ago
  • Why does Israel hate Gaza so much?

    10 answers · Israel · 16 hours ago
  • Does Lord Ehrlichmann envy Jewish Success?

    Is that why he bashes Jews all the time.
    Is that why he bashes Jews all the time.
    12 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Why do Jewish people get so much hate?

    I almost feel bad for them. Poor people
    I almost feel bad for them. Poor people
    13 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Is there any Jewish Rock & Roll Bands?

    Or do Jews hate to Rock & Roll
    Or do Jews hate to Rock & Roll
    5 answers · Israel · 13 hours ago
  • Is Trump Jewish?

    19 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • What causes some civilizations to be better at science then others?

    Best answer: Good scientists are cultivated in a society that is rich enough to fund research, has good education, is open minded, is driven towards finding the truth wherever it may be, is tolerant, has scientists as celebrities and inspires young minds.
    Best answer: Good scientists are cultivated in a society that is rich enough to fund research, has good education, is open minded, is driven towards finding the truth wherever it may be, is tolerant, has scientists as celebrities and inspires young minds.
    12 answers · Israel · 15 hours ago
  • Is Israel liberal or conservative?

    Best answer: It's pretty liberal in certain areas, and pretty conservative in others. I'll use the LGBT community in Israel to demonstrate how it can be both. Israel is pretty liberal concerning most of the issues on this topic, being quite up there on the list of most accepting nations. LGBT individuals have many... show more
    Best answer: It's pretty liberal in certain areas, and pretty conservative in others.

    I'll use the LGBT community in Israel to demonstrate how it can be both. Israel is pretty liberal concerning most of the issues on this topic, being quite up there on the list of most accepting nations. LGBT individuals have many legal protections and most queer people in Israel can live comparable lives to heterosexual counterparts. However, there is one exception which illustrates how Israel isn't perfectly liberal and has a conservative factor in it: Marriages are controlled by religious courts, which refuse to recognize same-sex unions. However, to bring in the more liberal part of Israel again, marriages done abroad have to go through the government and not religious courts for recognition. That's important because gay marriages done in other nations are brought to the government for recognition, and they're recognized. It's a workaround, and the existence of such illustrates the reality that a conservative tradition exists alongside something more liberal.

    Israel can be like this on a lot of issues. It's very conservative in one place, but the most liberal in others. So, it's hard to classify it as one or the other.
    14 answers · Israel · 3 days ago
  • What kind of changes will we see now that Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Even when the American Embassy moves to?

    Best answer: Unfortunately, the big change that we'll see is a lot of rage and anger directed towards the United States. Notably, it'll be from the Muslim world. As soon as Trump recognized it, notices were sent to the embassies where a large Islamic community is present and we may be on high alert for some time. In... show more
    Best answer: Unfortunately, the big change that we'll see is a lot of rage and anger directed towards the United States. Notably, it'll be from the Muslim world. As soon as Trump recognized it, notices were sent to the embassies where a large Islamic community is present and we may be on high alert for some time. In addition, while this will die down, it'll easily reignite once we actually do make the move, and demonstrations in front of the embassy may become commonplace. It's not a huge or game-changing, but it's something. But, other than that, Israel will still see a spike in attacks against them and the UN will make some resolution condemning Israel to appease certain member states. It'll be business as usual eventually.
    12 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • Was Ishmael the bad Son of Abraham our Father? Is that why Isaac not Ishmael created Jewish people?

    Best answer: Ishmael is the rejected seed..... and Isaac is the son of promise, chosen of God and his son Jacob is
    the father of Israel.

    Genesis 32:28
    And He said, “Your name shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel; for you have struggled with God and with men, and have prevailed.”
    Best answer: Ishmael is the rejected seed..... and Isaac is the son of promise, chosen of God and his son Jacob is
    the father of Israel.

    Genesis 32:28
    And He said, “Your name shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel; for you have struggled with God and with men, and have prevailed.”
    11 answers · Israel · 3 days ago
  • Can a rabbi circumcise Muslim baby?

    Best answer: Medical professionals are better option since they have more training than rabbi does except for rhetoric and religious matters.
    Best answer: Medical professionals are better option since they have more training than rabbi does except for rhetoric and religious matters.
    9 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Do Jews celebrate Christmas?

    Best answer: There are lots of different answers to your question, many are viable. Religious Jews do not celebrate Christmas, which is a Christian religious holiday. But secular Jews sometimes do celebrate Christmas as a non-religious day of gift giving and peace. If the reverse were asked, whether Christians celebrated... show more
    Best answer: There are lots of different answers to your question, many are viable. Religious Jews do not celebrate Christmas, which is a Christian religious holiday. But secular Jews sometimes do celebrate Christmas as a non-religious day of gift giving and peace. If the reverse were asked, whether Christians celebrated Hannukah, that might give you a better perspective on your own question.
    13 answers · Israel · 3 days ago
  • My Jewish wife is pregnant will our Son become a born-Jew when he arrives out of her Vagina or while he is living in her belly?

    Best answer: He is automatically Jewish from the moment of conception, as his mother is Jewish, however until he is born he is not considered to be alive or a person, but rather a case of "potential life". Because of this it means that he will be a Jew only from the moment of birth. For this reason, a woman who... show more
    Best answer: He is automatically Jewish from the moment of conception, as his mother is Jewish, however until he is born he is not considered to be alive or a person, but rather a case of "potential life". Because of this it means that he will be a Jew only from the moment of birth. For this reason, a woman who completes a conversion to Judaism while pregnant will give birth to Jewish babies.
    6 answers · Israel · 13 hours ago
  • Why do Orthodox Jews hate living with Gentiles and other Jews?

    Best answer: Greetings. It's not that they "hate" others, it's simply that their deeply religious lives involve tight community values with people of their own kind. They live in tight-knit communities in a similar way that the Amish do, though not as extreme and not with any aversion to modern technology.
    Best answer: Greetings. It's not that they "hate" others, it's simply that their deeply religious lives involve tight community values with people of their own kind. They live in tight-knit communities in a similar way that the Amish do, though not as extreme and not with any aversion to modern technology.
    9 answers · Israel · 3 days ago
  • Abraham converted to Judaism but from what religion did he come from?

    Best answer: Noah and his family served God and they knew about the flood and saw the world come populated again. The son of Noah was Shem who was a grand father to Abraham. Shem was more religious than the other people in the world at that time and he taught Abraham. Then their descendants were Jews. through Jacob they... show more
    Best answer: Noah and his family served God and they knew about the flood and saw the world come populated again. The son of Noah was Shem who was a grand father to Abraham. Shem was more religious than the other people in the world at that time and he taught Abraham. Then their descendants were Jews. through Jacob they were called Israel. They were promised that land but they failed to serve God and he cast them off as his people and took people from all over the world to serve him.
    So today he has a nation out of all the nations.
    16 answers · Israel · 5 days ago