No, Elijah, a Jew remains a Jew no matter what religion he or she belongs to, even if he or she is practicing a religion whose tenets run counter to Judaism. The problem with Jesus was not that he was considered to be the Messiah or that he performed miracles - many rabbis at his time were said to be the Messiah and performed miracles - so Jesus is not that special in that regard. The problem arose because the early Church claimed he was both the Messiah and God. In the Jewish concept, the idea that a human being could be God is considered to be the height of idolatry, suitable more for pagans.
Thousands protest outlawing of Islamic Movement in Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: 'He'd say kaddish for his mother'
A Palestinian teen who tried to stab an Israeli woman in the West Bank was run over and shot to death. Her father, imam of the refugee camp where she grew up, says his daughter was 'responding to the occupation.'04:30 28.11.15 | 1 comments