Monday, January 19, 2009

This blog is titled in honour ofthis amazing website. I love the term stealth Jewish.I intend to use it regularly in conversation.

Wearing a sheitel and not a tichel? Stealth Jewish.
Baseball cap over the yarmulke? Stealth Jewish.
Saying "happy holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas"? Stealth Jewish.

And you frum tourists who visit other cities in long denim skirts and sneakers (women) and sneakers and NY baseball caps (men)? You are not stealth Jews. You fool no one. No one wears black suit pants with sneakers!

Let's share one of our linked friend's images, shall we?

It's beautiful.


  1. Hi, I followed you over from LJ. You and I had some contact some years ago with regard to conversion; I don't know if you remember. (I still haven't converted.) I've always been a fan.
    This "Stealth Jew" page is hilarious, but scary. I never knew there were people out there who took the Jewish Conspiracy thing this far. The top of the page says "yudayasensou," which is Japanese for "Jewish War." Why??
    Anyway, I look forward to reading more about you and your indigo children!

  2. Hi! Thanks for coming by.

    What are you doing religiously now? Jewish-ish?

  3. Nothing at the moment. When last we met I was reading, taking Hebrew lessons, and getting to know the Jewish community in my town. I hadn't approached the rabbi yet other than to introduce myself. But I was honestly kind of scared off after meeting some of the other converts in the community and I took a step back from it. Now I'm living in a different place and I want to resume my studies. I found your advice for converts on your LJ to be quite helpful!