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A nation and an ethnoreligious group, originating with the Israelites or Hebrews of the Ancient Near East. Jewish people live in almost every country, as a result of the diaspora.

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would call that hearsay. He told me that he thinks they were Jews. Not just hearsay but speculation. He says another soldier told him "he didn't want to know what happened to them". Again hearsay …
answered Dec 15 '15 by o.m.
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To talk about numbers, one has to talk about the definitions first. The Nazi definition of Jews was racist drivel, but it is relevant because it guided their persecutions. Counting the members in … organized Jewish congregations would miss non-religious Jews. That being said, some numbers can be found in Wikipedia if one looks for the right keywords: Directly after the war there were over 200.000 …
answered Jun 4 '16 by o.m.
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I think your question is based on false assumptions. Not all immigrants are illegal and nothing was "simple" about citizenship, anyway. Look at the map of Europe at the beginning or the end of World …
answered Aug 14 '17 by o.m.