Then I suggest you try being a Palestinian for a day in this God forsaken country. In fact, just try being "non-Jewish" of any ethnicity and see how much recognition you get. I think I chhickens are coming home to roost as it relates to this conversion issue with the Jews. Anytime you mix religion with government or in this case, with creating a STATE based on religion, this type of nonsense is likely to occur. You live by the Torah, you die by the Torah. Let's be clear, "birth-right to Israel" does not mean, a birthright to be recognized as a Jew. How insane is that? The state will recognize your birthright to Israel but the Rabbi's refuse to recognize you are a Jew? It's all nuts and I pray for the day Freud can be ressurrected from the dead and offer his free services to Zionists. They obviously have identity issues.
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from the article: Rabbinate no longer recognizes overseas conversions