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

Submitted by AD (United States), Nov 11, 2009 at 18:08

If you wish to convert to Judaism in order to live in ISrael, it will not work. Judaism only accept conversions from people who are motivated by Faith. And Israel only recognizes strict orthodox conversions.

However, since most Palestinians have a Jewish ancestry, maybe conversion to Judaism is the key to end the conflict. Think about it, your ancestors came out of Egypt guided by Moses and used to pray at the Temple in Jerusalem. Welcome back brother!

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