Does Israel Discriminate Against non-Orthodox Converts When Approving Immigration?

Officially, Israel's Law of Return recognizes all Jews of choice, regardless of their affiliation. But recent cases involving converts who immigrated begs the question: Is the law upheld in practice?

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Nine Jews of choice from Venezuela are told they cannot immigrate to Israel because their conversions are not valid. Eventually, their case is heard in the Knesset and a compromise is reached: They can move...