Israel's top court rejects bid to speed up recognition of non-Orthodox Judaism
Supreme Court heard a petition by Reform and Conservative Jews seeking state recognition of their movements and public funding, but decide to wait six months to 'let the changes to the system for employing neighborhood rabbis proceed.'
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a petition that sought to speed up the process whereby local communities could choose Reform and Conservative rabbis funded by the state.
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