Ugandan convert to Judaism becomes test case for Law of Return
Uganda's Abuyudaya have no Jewish ancestry. The group converted to Judaism under Conservative rabbis in 2002 and now Israel is weighing one member's eligibility for immigration.
Mugoya Shadrach Levi is an unemployed 25-year-old bachelor from the tiny Ugandan village of Namutumba. But for leaders of non-Orthodox Jewry in Israel, he could become the next symbol of their struggle to determine who is a Jew in this country.