Re: Kohen Hands on Woman's grave stone #usa


Family and DNA
 

My great-grandfather was cremated in Philadelphia, he was 100% Ashkenazi
& would have described himself as Jewish. "Jews" come in all sorts, &
have been known to do many quite shocking things...  like naming their
kids after living people, getting cremated, eating bacon, & so on. ūüėĀ

Juliana Berland (France)


On 07/09/2022 07:40, Odeda Zlotnick wrote:

Adding to my imagined story:

 Cremation is a totally non-Jewish way of treating the bodily remains
of a person.

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