February 1, 2007, - 3:02 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
With the number of Jews in the world shrinking (Judaism is not a proselytizing religion and intermarriage is at a rate of over 50%), it’s always welcome when people convert to the faith. With rising anti-Semitism, philo-Semites are also welcome, too. But I doubt any subscribers to either of those two concepts had in mind the latest wearer of the Star of David.
My question: Must we Jews claim this no-underwear-wearing, genitals-exposing, millionaire trash queen, soon-to-be ex-wife of hip-hop slacker Kevin Federline? I mean, we already have Roseanne and Ron Jeremy and that’s more embarrassment than any religion should have to suffer.
All of tabloid-dom is abuzz about this photo from X17Online.com. Apparently, Britney Spears is “dating” (euphemism) Jewish model Isaac Cohen. Thus, the Esther, er . . . Madonna act. Now, we have to find her a Hebrew name. I vote for “Zonah.”
And Brit may have a thing for Jewish guys. Radar Online reports that soon-to-be ex, Kevin Federline a/k/a Fed-Ex, may have Jewish blood on his father’s side and that Federlein (different spelling) is a Jewish last name. Must we claim him, too?!
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