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A word of warning on your way find out more:
"Do not let any prejudices distort your perceptions. If you have a prejudice against an individual, entity, religion or anything else, it will distort how you perceive who he/it is, and what he/it does."
Ephesians 2:11-13, and other key NT passages should have prevented all this
A Jew is willing to, at the drop of a hat, seek to rectify any perceived injustice done to either himself or to another. This often places the jewish person in the cross hairs of an oppressor, who will pull out all the stops to crucify the "goody two-shoes" -- much like what happened to Jesus (a jewish rabbi).