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It's possible some of these Asian women Jewish men happen to be dating are Jewish themselves (I don't know anything about Mark Zuckerberg's wife). I don't know if Reform Judaism has begun to move in this direction, but I wouldn't be surprised if it does in the foreseeable future.) I think the key point is that a lot of people have a Jewish identity, that they wish to perpetuate, that is ethnocultural not religious. (I know that this isn't the case in Orthodox Judaism, and I'm guessing that it's not (yet) the case in Conversative Judaism. You can only get so far before they tell you they love you but their mother would not approve. FUh V4Aod Ixs A6A ...examples of Jewish men with Asian wives or girlfriends: there's Mark Zuckerberg who recently married his Asian girlfriend. My grandmother, since the day they got married, has not been able to refrain from saying how 'lucky' this woman got, snaring a wonderful Jewish husband. The people I DO hear fuming about white males marrying Asian women are Asian males.There is still pressure in many Jewish families for their younger members to only date and marry other Jews.I can see how competition from another group would be looked down upon in such circumstances.There is a limited supply of eligible Jewish men in many areas.Being Jewish is part religion and part ethic group and many, even the more worldly ones, prefer to marry their own to keep the group identity intact.I think the Jewish women are the fortunate ones however. There are Asian Jews—the Bukharan Jewish community from Uzbekistan.
Their kids get to be Jewish no matter who they marry. FUh V4Aod Ixs A6AWell, in the interest of fighting ignorance, multiple studies have shown that Ethiopian Jews have no genealogical ties to the rest of the world's Jewish population and are most closely related to other Ethiopians. Studies on other diaspora Jewish populations of the world shows those populations to be more closely related to each other than to the host population. You can't say that people from Central Asia are not Asian.I know all that but the points still stand socially speaking. I also know that someone from any racial or ethnic group can be as Jewish as long as their ancestors converted at any point in the past but that is relatively rare. I thought it was really interesting when I watched a documentary recently about Jewish people in Africa (Ethiopia) that claimed for thousands of years that they true descendants of Jewish people that fled from the middle-east and are possibly a legitimate lost tribe of Israel. As is also the case with, for instance, Asian and Hispanic Jews. Then, again, I guess it depends on how you're operationalizing "rare," right? Thankfully, in the last 15 years or so, growing numbers of Jews (primarily Reform and Reconstructionist Jews) have been realizing this. It doesn't work like Christianity or other, larger religions that have a focus on converting large numbers of people quickly. People were skeptical but they had variations on all the old ceremonies and language and still do to this day. (In some Reform and Reconstructionist shuls, you'll see posters depicting a collage of people of various races that read, "Jews come in all colors".) (Interesting anecdote: Back in 1993 (it was '93, wasn't it? Some people would say that no ethnic Jews are white. I'd like to point out, however, that there are lots of Jews who are NOT white who also have Jewish identities that are just as ethnocultural (however they define that) that they'd like to perpetuate. That holds true for me, an African-American Jew who is also a dyed-in-the-wool atheist. Gotta be clear about terms here: "ethnic group" does not equal "race". In fact, in anthropological terms, Judiasm most resembles a "tribal" identity - it is an affiliation you can obtain by virtue of either being born to someone who has it (in most but not all cases, matrilinially, as you point out) or by adoption into the tribe (by conversion if an adult or by adoption if a kid) - but the individual has the choice of rejecting it (for example, by conversion to a religion incompatible with Judaism). I don't have to travel- in my own local church, I know several couples like the ones you describe. They probably wouldn't mind Asian womens dating/marrying white guys if white women were equally willing to date/marry Asian men. Gotta be clear about terms here: "ethnic group" does not equal "race". In fact, in anthropological terms, Judiasm most resembles a "tribal" identity - it is an affiliation you can obtain by virtue of either being born to someone who has it (in most but not all cases, matrilinially, as you point out) or by adoption into the tribe (by conversion if an adult or by adoption if a kid) - but the individual has the choice of rejecting it (for example, by conversion to a religion incompatible with Judaism). You can be a member of an ethnic group even if you're not genetically related to the other members of the ethnic group.