I’m not a Jewish person but I want to know honestly if Jewish people are compatible with other cultures instead of one culture absorbing another. This is a serious question I don’t mean any disrespect when I ask if Jewish people are tolerant towards non-Jewish people I just really want to know if Jewish cultures and other cultures can exist together. I want to add that I have no Jewish friends and rarely do I get to learn about this kind of thing so it’s important to me that I get the most honest answer so I don’t get the wrong idea about Judaism.
Are Jewish people tolerant towards non-Jewish people?
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