Understanding the the Jewish identity is something that most goyim cannot do. Goyim see the Jewish identity as only a religious identity, but it’s so much more than that. Being Jewish means you are part of a people, but how would you define being part of a people to goyim?
You can say we are a group of people that share a set of beliefs, but that isn’t exactly true because Judaism thrives on debates and disagreements. The concept of peoplehood in reference to Judaism is even hard for me to define, but at the same time I know what it means.
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