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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Introduction to the FAQ and s.c.j Newsgroups (1/12)
Section - Question 1.16: Can non-Jews post to S.C.J?

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                                  Answer:
   
   All Usenet readers have equal right to post to S.C.J.. However, as
   with all newsgroups, you should note that the collective readership
   has a general consensus on what types of posting are acceptable. In
   the case of S.C.J., this consensus reflects the fact that most of the
   readers are Jewish. Also, don't post general questions which can be
   answered in this FAQ or in a library. If your motivation is simply to
   get an answer to a question, you can send e-mail to a few regular
   posters, or drop a note to [5]questions@scjfaq.org.
   
   If you choose to ask your question of the S.C.J readership, you may be
   placed under suspicion of being a missionary, especially if you
   "innocently" ask something like "Someone please explain to me why Jews
   stubbornly refuse to accept my faith, when it's written right in your
   Bible..."
   
   We've seen it all a thousand times before, and unsolicited
   declarations of belief in <your religion> in S.C.J convey the message
   "<your religion> supports harassing Jews." You're welcome to observe,
   participate, and learn about Judaism. Proselytizing is inappropriate.

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