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Are Jews really a race? No more so than Catholics or Protestants.
This question is only relevant if you choose to interpret "racism" in the narrowest way possible.
What makes Jews any more 'a people' than Catholics or Protestants (outside the Jewish head)?
(I know I'm going to regret this, but I must add that no one asked all those Jews whether or not they believe in god or how strictly they keep the kosher rules before they put them in gas chambers. They died because they were seen as a members of race, not because the actual practice of one religion or another. I believe these things happened outside the Jewish head.)