Can my twin brother and I go to jewish summer camp if were now practicing muslims?
my twin brother and I were raised in a devout jewish household , we are both 14. about a year ago we both decided to convert to Islam and are now muslims. Our family was very supportive of this decision of both of ours as they should be since its the politically correct thing to do. can we still attend jewish summer camp if we are no longer jewish? anyone know?
- BMCRLv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
Obvious troll is obvious.
Also, obvious troll doesn't even bother to make his questions hidden so it was quite easy to find the following question posted a month ago where he said: "I'm originally from Iraq and now live in white suburban america. I am also an atheist. "
- Les Than SpamLv 59 months ago
The real question, in this case, would be why would you spin such a story on such a degraded forum (such as this) when you could directly inquire to the camp in question.
- Anonymous9 months ago
You will always be Jewish regardless of what other religion you practice.
I see no reason why you could not go, even if you practice Islam,
or Hindu or Buddhism.
- JenniferLv 69 months ago
Why would you want to? If you didn't like being Jewish, you should leave their camp alone like you left the faith.