In a historic ruling, the High Court approves acceptance of non-Orthodox converts as Jews

Nine high court judges ruled on Monday on a highly controversial issue after many years of ambivalence: Converts to Judaism according to non-Orthodox procedures, including Reformed and Conservative, must be recognized as Jews for citizenship and immigration purposes. Orthodox leaders slammed the decision and vowed to overturn the court ruling by legislation in parliament.

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