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    • manicdrummer
    • 15.02.11 | 17:42 (IST)

    The inequity that the Orthodox unleashed on the rest of us has finally come around to bite them back. I hope the guy will be allowed to emigrate to Israel soon and without unnecessary delay. All Jews, regardless of their denomination, should enjoy the same rights under the Law of Return.

    from the article: Modern Orthodox Canadian convert denied right to make aliyah by Israel's Sephardi chief rabbi
    First published 02:19 15.02.11 | Last updated 02:19 15.02.11
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