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Non-Jews can come to the service at the cemetery to honor the person. So I would presume they can come be in the cemetery as long as they ask at the front for any respectful instructions (such as walkable areas.) Non-Jews as well as Jews visit the famous graves of patriarchs and matriarchs in Israel. Hope that helps.
Rabbi Menashe ben Yisrael taught the English legal philosopher John Selden as well as Hugo (DeGroot) Grotius, the father of international law, in order to disseminate knowledge of the Sheva Mitzvot (and according to the Rema in Responsa 10 the mitzva of dinim requires them to adopt all of Choshen Mishpat). Rav Yisrael Salanter and the Seridei Esh also pushed ...
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