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Contact any orthodox synagogue in the United States and make an appointment with the rabbi

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in response to reader comment: how can a palestinian-muslim born in the united states convert to judaism

Submitted by Malkiel (United States), Aug 15, 2008 at 12:52

Mention specifically the purpose of the meeting and the rabbi will explain to you the whole deal. Conversions to Judaism can be very lengthy and require a lot of learning about Tora and Jewish traditions. But you do not become a citizen of Israel. For that, after conversion is done, you'd need to move to Israel.

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