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Additionally, there is also a growing rate of conversion to Jews by Choice of gentiles who make the decision to head in the direction of becoming Jews. 24 a b Dosick (2007. Archived from the original on Retrieved "The Virtual Jewish History Tour Mexico". In modern usage, however, the Mizrahim are sometimes termed Sephardi due to similar styles of liturgy, despite independent development from Sephardim proper. Aelius Hadrianus; Capitolina after Jupiter Capitolinus). American Society of Human Genetics.

jewish Societies

161 Ashkenazi Jews represent the bulk of modern Jewry, with at least 70 of Jews worldwide (and up to 90 prior to World War II and the Holocaust ). 217 Rates of interreligious marriage vary widely: In the United States, it is just under 50, 218 in the United Kingdom, around 53; in France; leadership of General George S. Patton around 30, 219 and in Australia and Mexico, as low. Johnson, Paul A History of the Jews "The Bar Kochba Revolt (HarperPerennial, 1987). According to the Hebrew Bible, the name of both the tribe and kingdom derive from Judah, the fourth son of Jacob. A b Schmelz, Usiel Oscar; Sergio DellaPergola (2007).

A b Shaye.D. Archived from the original on Retrieved 1970 amendment to Israel's Law of Return defines "Jew" as "a person who was born of a Jewish mother or has become converted to Judaism and who is not a member of another religion." "Law of Return". Isbn Littman, David (1979). 108 : 1113 Hellenized Judaism never developed yeshivas to study the Oral Law. The Book of Judges. A History of the Jews.