Friday, February 22, 2013

Is David Beckham Jewish ?

Just in case you wonder: "Is David Beckham Jewish?", the truth is that Beckham is barely a Jew.  

To be more exact, English footballer David Beckham (full name: David Robert Joseph Beckham) is the son of Sandra Georgina, a hairdresser, and David Edward Alan "Ted" Beckham, a kitchen fitter, who wed at the London Borough of Hackney in 1969. 

It has to be noted that Beckham's maternal grandfather was Jewish and Beckham has referred to himself as "half Jewish". He wrote in his autobiography: "I've probably had more contact with Judaism than with any other religion". 

In his book "Both Feet on the Ground", Beckham revealed that as a child he attended church every week with his parents and his older sister, Lynne Georgina and younger sister, Joanne Louise. 

There are rumors though that David Beckham - just because he had a large tattoo in Hebrew on his arm - has converted to Kabbalah. In detail, the tattoos are from the Old Testament's Song of Songs and says in Hebrew: "I am for my beloved, and my beloved is for me, who grazes sheep in rose-like pastures." 

The crazy thing is that
Rick Ross of revealed to The Scoop: "Madonna has been pursuing (the Beckhams) and trying to pull them into the Kabbalah Centre.  If it's true that she has recruited them, it's a huge coup. They are the most important people she could recruit in Great Britain outside the royal family."

The truth is that David Beckham doesn't practice Judaism or any other religions.


What do you think? Is David Beckham Jewish?

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