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April 8, 2005
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The Reform movement in Israel is looking to return to the High Court to press for governmental acceptance of non-Orthodox conversions performed in Israel. “We need to go back to the Supreme Court with cases that have only to do” with Israeli conversions, Rabbi Gilad Kariv, head of the Public and Social Policy Department of the Reform movement’s Israel Religious Action Center, said Thursday in a conference call with U.S. Reform leaders.

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