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    Jerusalem Post: I understand that you have Jewish ancestry in your family. What is your personal connection to the Jewish people? Do you consider yourself to be a Jew?.
    Jorge Sampaio: My grandmother belonged to a Jewish family that came from Morocco in the beginning of the 19th century. She married a non-Jewish naval officer who later was Foreign Affairs minister. I am naturally very proud of this ancestry and of all those that I call my "favorite Jewish cousins", one of whom is the president of the Lisbon Jewish Community, as I am proud of the ancestry on my non-Jewish father's side. Personally, I am agnostic, and I do not consider myself a Jew; but I am proud, as I said, of my ancestors.
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Jorge Sampaio
Jorge Sampaio 3.jpg
Jorge Sampaio in 2003
President of Portugal
Assembly seats
Title jointly held Member of the Assembly of the Republic
from Lisbon

1980–1983; 1985–1987; 1991–1995
Title jointly held
Member of the Assembly of the Republic
from Santarém

1987–1991
Party political offices
Preceded by Secretary-General of the Socialist Party
1989–1992
Succeeded by
Political offices
Preceded by Leader of the Opposition
1988–1992
Succeeded by
Preceded by Mayor of Lisbon
1990–1995
Succeeded by
Preceded by President of Portugal
1996–2006
Succeeded by
Diplomatic posts
New title High-Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations
2007–2013
Succeeded by