‘Jews and Non-Jews’ looks at the relationships between Jewish and non-Jewish people.
While Jews have, over the centuries, suffered persecution and anti-Semitism at the hands of non-Jews, there is no description for the reverse (Jews, for example, hating Christians or Sikhs) because Jews by nature are taught from a very early age to respect the beliefs of others. Judaism does not in any way suggest that Jews are better than other people, and the only reason they are sometimes referred to as “God’s chosen people” is that it was Moses who received the Ten Commandments where other nations previously offered them refused.
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