If Rabbis knew and understood the scripture they would believe Jesus is the Messiah.I didn't say that I agreed with what the Jewish Rabbis teach on this subject, I was just pointing it out.
In fact if one reads Ezra 9 and 10, when the Israelites returned to Jerusalem from Babylon, the men had to "dismiss" their pagan wives and the children they'd had by them. They didn't decide that it would be okay to convert their wives.
Ezra 9: 10 But now, our God, what can we say after all this? For we have abandoned your commandments, 11 which you gave through your servants the prophets: The land which you are entering to take as your possession is a land unclean with the filth of the peoples of the lands, with the abominations with which they have filled it from one end to the other by their uncleanness. 12 Do not, then, give your daughters to their sons in marriage, and do not take their daughters for your sons. Never promote their welfare and prosperity; thus you will grow strong, enjoy the produce of the land, and leave it as an inheritance to your children forever.
So this seems to contradict what the Rabbis say.