Though they are generally called incestuous relations, the biblical list does not necessarily correspond to those prohibited under state laws.
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operation spanned from Jewish-entrenched New York to the Jewish state of Israel.
These are called "Shni'ot" (secondary prohibitions). Some of these are: The Bible excludes certain categories of people from taking part in the qahal (assembly) of Hashem.
Jewish tradition considers this to be solely a limitation on marriage.
The FBI used an informant, a Talmudic Jew named Solomon Dwek, to approach the rabbis — who were from the Syrian Jewish community in Brooklyn NY and Deal NJ — to help hide his assets.