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Yerusha to son born after a son born from an intermarriage


If a Jew marries a goy, r”l, and has a non-Jewish son who never converted.

He then does teshuva and marries a Jewish lady and has another 2 sons.

My understanding is that the non-Jewish son does not inherit his father according to halocho. Would his oldest Jewish son (his second son, but his first from his marriage with a Jewish lady) have a din of bechor for dinei yerushoh?

Many thanks.



Yes he would have a din of a bechor for inheritance. Note: This answer is based on the information given in the question without taking anything else into consideration.



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