Convert still Jewish says Supreme Rabbinical Court

A Jewish woman was gratified to learn on Tuesday that thirty years after she converted to Judaism, the chief rabbinate and the rabbinical courts continue to see her as Jewish, despite a ruling last year in which a lower court rejected her conversion.

In November last year, the Jerusalem Rabbinical Court ruled that there was doubts over the conversion of the woman in question, and therefore refused to validate the Jewish status of her daughter who was seeking to register for marriage.


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