Sunday, May 30

The JFS case

Much you eat
has been spilled and much Jewish educators attention has been focused on the famous (infamous) case in which the Supreme Court of the UK -- citing racial discrimination -- required London's Jewish Free School to accept a student whose mother had converted non-halakhicly. This piece in the Jewish Review of Books does a more cogent job of unpacking the legal issue than any other discussion I have yet to see.


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