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I have a tattoo from my younger days, which I now very much regret.

I am debating whether to undergo laser removal surgery, and one of my considerations is whether the tattoo will prevent me from (eventually) being buried in a Jewish cemetery. Although it is forbidden for a Jew to get a tattoo (see Leviticus ), there is no truth to the idea that he is then unable to be buried in a Jewish cemetery.

Kabbalah explains that the souls of jewish women at the moment of conception "pull" the jewish soul.

The "Law of Return" of Israel currently says: "a jew is one who was born from jewish mother and did not move to another religion, or a person who converted to Judaism." have a great sense of humor, they are very economical, adore their household.

For many Jews, Christmas and Chinese food go together like Beijing duck and those thin pancake wrappers. You might call it, like the website devoted to this group of cross-cultural families, Chinese and Chosen.

So it’s no wonder that this study on interracial marriage among Chinese American/Japanese Americans had this to say: …it appears that there is a propensity for our interviewees to meet and date Jews in college or in their professional fields and marry them.

They prefer loose clothes of good quality and like jewelry.

Unlike most nations of the world, the Jewish nationality is not determined by fathers, but by mothers.

Jewish women look enough bright - black hair and eyebrows, long eyelashes, expressive eyes.

Maybe it was because he had lived in this city (which I like to think of as Jewish as Woody Allen) his whole life. But later, when I left Starbucks, I wondered if I really was out of the mainstream, as a shiksa with a Chinese husband, Was it true?

You usually see Jewish women married to Chinese men.” “Really? ” I was so stunned, I still I can’t remember what he said.

We are always at risk of deluding ourselves that we have control of our destinies.

We may think that what we do and what transpires are indeed cause and effect.

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