THE “WHO IS A JEW?” debate in the Israel of the 1950s had constitutional ramifications but no effect on the position of conversion applicants at the time.

While the media and the Knesset wrestled with legal definitions that allow automatic citizenship to every Jew in the entire world, the rabbinical courts converted thousands of applicants to Judaism in a process that took no more than a year.

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