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The rambam's laws of isurei bia chapter twelve (https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/960660/jewish/Issurei-Biah-Chapter-Twelve.htm) talk about this issue: For starters: When a Jew engages in relations with a woman from other nations, [taking her] as his wife or a Jewess engages in relations with a non-Jew as his wife, they are punished by lashes, ...


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Yes, it is a sin, because you are causing someone else to sin. And that is a sin. Teshuvah in general is described as stopping to do the sin and to confess before God. So in this case it would mean leaving the Jewish wife. From: https://www.lif.ac.il/noahide-universal-law/ Highly instructive are the comments of R. Nissim Gaon[14]in his introduction to the ...


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Sanhedrin 97b If they do not repent, will they not be redeemed at all? Rather, the Holy One, Blessed be He, will establish a king for them whose decrees are as harsh as those issued by Haman, and the Jewish people will have no choice but to repent


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