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non-Jewish

adj
1. (Judaism) Judaism not practising Judaism
2. (Peoples) anthropol not a member of the Semitic people who claim descent from the ancient Hebrew people of Israel, are spread throughout the world, and are linked by cultural or religious ties
3. (Ecclesiastical Terms) Christian Church Christian, as contrasted with Jewish. See also Gentile
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A non-Jewish employee says she was demoted and suspended without pay for simply helping a Jewish friend on a flight.
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