Far Right Israel, Explained | How Proposed Changes to Israel’s Conversion Policy Will Impact Thousands of Jews

If the incoming government’s proposed bill to regulate conversions becomes law, it will deliver a fatal blow to the rights and sense of belonging of thousands of families in Israel, say critics. Here’s what you need to know

Judy Maltz
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Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz

To date, every single attempt to create a law that would regulate conversions in Israel – and there have been many such efforts in recent decades – has failed.

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