<blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by kerb-dogma:

Well then , how come everyone with facial features of a jew are categorized as jew , even if they are not religious. <hr></blockquote>

Re-read my post.

I ‘m not categorizing anyone. I also clearly emphasized the difference between religion & ethnicity, especially because those two are often (erroneously) used interchangably.

J could feasibly be Russian or Polish, which would increase his odds of having been raised Jewish, which would be (to me) an interesting contrast to his interest in Eastern religion & philosophy.

Now, back to the question…

[ November 06, 2001: Message edited by: rosa ]</p>