Which was wrong well, wrong depending on your definition of ethnic minority. Legally, however, Jews are clearly an ethnic, as well as religious minority, since they are protected under the Race Relations Act as are Sikhs. It is also the premise of Zionism, as well as traditional Judaism, that Jews are part of Am Yisrael, the People of Israel — and therefore not simply defined by creed. Think of the number of interviews you have read in this newspaper with people who say they are not religious, but feel culturally Jewish.
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Ethnic minorities are more likely than their white counterparts to be both suspected of and victims of crime in England and Wales, according to a landmark Government report that lays bare the deep-seated racial inequality across the country. The Race Disparity Audit, launched by Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday, reveals that black, Asian and mixed-raced people were over one and a half times more likely to be arrested than white people last year. The same group was also more likely to fall victim to crime than white people, with nearly one in five being hit by crime in , compared with 15 per cent for white people. It shows that black people were more than three times more likely to be arrested than white people, with black men almost three and a half times more likely to be arrested than their white counterparts. Black defendants in Crown Court cases were also the most likely to be remanded in custody, while black offenders had the highest rate of reoffending compared with other ethnic groups from to
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By Harris Chaiklin. An ethnic minority is a group of people who differ in race or color or in national, religious, or cultural origin from the dominant group — often the majority population — of the country in which they live. The different identity of an ethnic minority may be displayed in any number of ways, ranging from distinctive customs, lifestyles, language or accent, dress, and food preferences to particular attitudes, moral values, and economic or political beliefs espoused by members of the group. Characteristically the minority is recognized, but it is not necessarily accepted by the larger society in which its members live.