Inaccurate. The word "Jew" is a shortened form of "Judean," and the Judeans were the descendants of Judah. Judah was one of the twelve sons of Jacob (whom God called "Israel"). If you read the Old Testament, you'll find that two separate kingdoms developed in the Promised Land, one being Israel and the other being Judah, and the kings of each are chronicled. (People today carelessly call all Israelites "Jews" but this is not truly correct.) Also, the idea of the Holy Spirit being "born" is not at all supported by Scripture. The Father sent the Holy Spirit to the fledgling Church (the group of believers/followers/disciples of Jesus Christ) at Pentecost, but He (the Holy Spirit) has no body so He had no need of a 'birth'. The Holy Spirit is the one who anointed David as king during Old Testament times, which shows that He could not have been "born" on Pentecost. Furthermore, it is absurd to suppose that the Holy Spirit came only for the Gentiles, since all the believers to whom He came at Pentecost were either Israelites or Jews! Not a single Gentile (that we know of) was in the upper room that day!