Please excuse my question may sound “innapropate” for whatever reason. But one time I entertained the idea of converting to Judaism, and was told that you don’t just convert to a religion, you become part of a people, a culture and a heritage.
If someone converts to Judaism, do they also become "ethnically" Jewish?
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