Q) What’s the difference between being a Hebrew and Jewish? Aryans say they hate Jews but Jesus was a Hebrew.
A) The word “Hebrew” tends to be defined as the language that the Jews speak. However, over the years this word has been used interchangeably with the word Jew to have the same definition. When we say “Jew” we are referring to a people group of Israeli culture who trace their lineage back to Abraham. Judaism is the common religion of the Jews, but one does not have to be a Jew to practice and believe in Judaism. One can convert to Judaism, just as one can convert to any other religion, regardless of ethnic background.
These words and their terminology have been used interchangeably which may have confused their definitions. But technically, the word “Hebrew” refers to the language of the ethnic people group called the “Jews” who are known for their religious practices of “Judaism”.
You are correct that Jesus was a Jew by any definition. Aryans just hate, and hate is typically not a reasonable or logical thing. Hate tends to come from something deeper inside us that has yet to be defined, or a hurt that has yet to be healed, which we project as hate toward something else. I would not take the hate of an Aryan as anything intellectually sound, and I would be hard pressed to consider any of their doctrines as logical. Whatever reason they give for hating the Jews, it is just a projection of their own personal feelings and hurt to over compensate for insecurities by lashing out at their pain.