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One conversion might be enough!

I’ve been concerned that down the road I might have to do a second conversion. I’m converting at a reform temple–reform and conservative conversions aren’t recognized in Israel. What does that mean to me? If I went using the Law of Return, I would be denied, because I would not be considered a jew.

Well, the Supreme Court in Israel just ruled that a group of 17 Jews by choice, where legally jews.

I’ll let the editor of the Jewish Journal explain it. Needless to say, I’m relieved that I won’t be converting to judaism on a regular basis. Once should be enough.

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