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How common is it for other people of Polish origin to discover they are actually Jewish?


yehudi 1 | 433
27 Oct 2013 #121
Would I be right in assuming that such a person would have to fufil his duties with the IDF?

If he is the right age and in good health, then yes.
Harry
27 Oct 2013 #122
I cited a very relevant example of an age-eligible Jewish person who immigrated to Israel but who didn't serve in the IDF.

A man who hasn't served in the IDF, not a person who didn't serve; you have provided nothing which says he does not have to serve once released.

the Israeli government rubber-stamped his citizenship application and then went further to protect him by denying his extradition to the United States

You mean they followed Israeli law. Funny how your ilk are always so ready to criticise Jews who break law but when Jews keep to the requirements of law, that is also a bad thing.

the convicted French fugitive Raimund Liebling

Oh dear, you're getting caught in your anti-semitic lies again: the man was born Rajmund Roman Polanski. And he, as man born 100% Polish and of partly Jewish descent, he is clearly on-topic in a thread about how common it is for other people of Polish origin to discover they are actually Jewish, which is not something which can be said about your fellow American Sheinbein.
Marek11111 9 | 816
27 Oct 2013 #123
You mean they followed Israeli law

follow jewish law means to hide a criminal like a Solomon Morel a jew who torture people and kill babies, that what you mean Harry.
Bieganski 17 | 901
27 Oct 2013 #124
A man who hasn't served in the IDF, not a person who didn't serve; you have provided nothing which says he does not have to serve once released.

Then show us where convicted murders are eligible to join the IDF once they complete their prison sentence.

Anyway, depending on when he is released he will be in his 30's or 40's. Any sensible person would conclude he isn't desirable recruitment material for any nation's fighting force. But maybe the IDF has an exception and welcomes released criminals who are fast approaching middle age. I'll leave that for you to respond to since you like to believe you always have all the answers to everything in this world.

You mean they followed Israeli law. Funny how your ilk are always so ready to criticise Jews who break law but when Jews keep to the requirements of law, that is also a bad thing.

Any civilized society would have taken the correct course of action and returned this murderer on the run back to face justice and answer for his savage crime rather than acting as an accessory by providing sanctuary.

the man was born Rajmund Roman Polanski

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AKA Raimund Liebling

he is clearly on-topic in a thread about how common it is for other people of Polish origin to discover they are actually Jewish

nndb.com/people/541/000023472
Birthplace: Paris, France

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Nationality: France

You and your fellow British wanderers are notorious for posting on here all the time that in your own unqualified opinion Polonia are nothing more than "plastic Poles" and shouldn't even be regarded as Polish. So why the sudden change of heart when it comes to your pal Raimund Liebling?

Is it the same double standard that prevents you from questioning your British compatriot about why he is asking about the IDF when the topic of the thread is about Jews with ancestors who lived once upon a time on Polish territory?
Harry
27 Oct 2013 #125
follow jewish law means to hide a criminal like a Solomon Morel a jew who torture people and kill babies

Quite unlike Poland, which followed Polish law and thus allowed Morel's predecessor as commander of the Polish Zgoda concentration camp and fellow torturer, Czeslaw Geborski, to die a free man, eh Marek?

I very strongly suggest you to go back on topic.
sugarblossom2 - | 2
28 Oct 2013 #126
Thank you Nile for helping me out, that is correct. I am not a practicing Jew religiously...and to the other person who posted, yes, there is a Jewish gene, my maternal Aunt was tested for it when she was diagnosed with very aggressive, sudden onset breast cancer despite practicing extremely healthy lifestyle habits, which is sadly a common diagnose for Ashkenazi Jewish women. It was confirmed that she is of Jewish descent although not Ashkenazi.


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