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No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example. Similarly, they are not listed in chapter 12 of Rambam's Hilhkot Issurei Biah which relates to which converts can marry other Jews. The closest thing I am aware of to to mamzerut among non-Jews is a view on the Yerushalmi (cited by Ohr Sameah to Hilkhot Issurei Biah 12:19) that the product of a non-Jewish mamzer and a Jewish woman would be considered a mamzer. This relaterelates to relationships with other Jews though; not with between non-Jews.

No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example. Similarly, they are not listed in chapter 12 of Rambam's Hilhkot Issurei Biah which relates to which converts can marry other Jews. The closest thing I am aware of to to mamzerut among non-Jews is a view on the Yerushalmi (cited by Ohr Sameah to Hilkhot Issurei Biah 12:19) that the product of a non-Jewish mamzer and a Jewish woman would be considered a mamzer. This relate to relationships with other Jews though; not with between non-Jews.

No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example. Similarly, they are not listed in chapter 12 of Rambam's Hilhkot Issurei Biah which relates to which converts can marry other Jews. The closest thing I am aware of to to mamzerut among non-Jews is a view on the Yerushalmi (cited by Ohr Sameah to Hilkhot Issurei Biah 12:19) that the product of a non-Jewish mamzer and a Jewish woman would be considered a mamzer. This relates to relationships with other Jews though; not between non-Jews.

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No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example. Similarly, they are not listed in chapter 12 of Rambam's Hilhkot Issurei Biah which relates to which converts can marry other Jews. The closest thing I am aware of to to mamzerut among non-Jews is a view on the Yerushalmi (cited by Ohr Sameah to Hilkhot Issurei Biah 12:19) that the product of a non-Jewish mamzer and a Jewish woman would be considered a mamzer. This relate to relationships with other Jews though; not with between non-Jews.

No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example.

No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example. Similarly, they are not listed in chapter 12 of Rambam's Hilhkot Issurei Biah which relates to which converts can marry other Jews. The closest thing I am aware of to to mamzerut among non-Jews is a view on the Yerushalmi (cited by Ohr Sameah to Hilkhot Issurei Biah 12:19) that the product of a non-Jewish mamzer and a Jewish woman would be considered a mamzer. This relate to relationships with other Jews though; not with between non-Jews.

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No. There is no concept of mamzerut applicable to gentiles. This is noted here, for example.