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Alina Levy was asked if her son was Jewish - and didn't remain obliged Israel today

2022-08-09T04:32:03.588Z

After a follower on Instagram asked what Oliver's religious identity was, the reality star wrote in a large and bold font: "He is a human being" • She also added: "We don't believe in definitions that divide people"



During a question-and-answer session, the reality star Alina Levy was asked yesterday (Monday) whether her eldest son Oliver is Jewish or Christian and reacted angrily. 

"I hope it won't offend or anything," wrote the surfer, adding: "But because you are originally a Christian, does that mean Oliver is Jewish or Christian?".

Levy, as mentioned, reacted angrily and wrote in a large and bold font, "He is a human being", and continued: "Who chose us as his parents and knows that we do not believe in definitions that divide people and reduce people to the definition of their religion."

Alina Levy in a question-and-answer session on Instagram, photo: from Instagram

She also wrote: "He probably chose to free himself from these narrow and restrictive definitions."

Finally she added a smiley with hearts in her eyes.

Alina Levy in a question-and-answer session on Instagram, photo: from Instagram

Recall that 31-year-old Levi was born in Ukraine to a Christian mother and a Jewish father.

In the past she shared that she had begun the conversion process, but this was interrupted after the rabbinate informed her that if she wanted to properly complete the conversion process, she would have to stop the acting studies she had started at that time.

For Levy this demand was unacceptable and she decided to freeze the process.

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Source: israelhayom

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