Well, I certainly am not trying to act biased. I don't think I've displayed bias here. But I've seen some displayed.
What I find most odd in pondering this thread is how Hitler can be so reviled as a 'racist' because of his Aryan beliefs...reviled by folks who attach such importance to genetic lineage themselves. Do any of the rest of you think that is odd? To advance in the Jewish religion, apparently, you have to have certain genetic credentials, just like you had to have certain Aryan credentials to advance in Hitler's world. If I am wrong in making this observation, I apologize to any who might be offended, but if I'm right, has this point ever been addressed?
Pride of heritage is great, but when you condemn others because they don't bow down to your belief system, then your group has some problems. I've never discussed anti-semitism before, but this experience with it is fairly distressing. Sounds like very little deviation is accepted among Jews, but that doesn't give them the right to extend their rigid code to others. Not in America, at least.
I have no idea what anti-semitism is, Ebbie. That's why I asked.