Woman's Conversion to Judaism Voided After 30 Years; Daughter Launches Legal Battle
Despite being raised as Jewish her whole life, Israel-born Sarit Azoulay was not allowed to register for marriage after her mother's conversion was rejected. Three years on, she's appealing the decision in the Rabbinical High Court.
An Israeli woman whose Jewish faith was called into question by a rabbinic court in 2012 despite her being raised as a Jew has filed an appeal in a bid to ensure her daughter avoids suffering the same fate.
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