The Knesset Law, “Hok Hashvut,” provides the right for any Jew to obtain Israeli citizenship upon immigration to the country. The Law is modified in 1954 and again in 1970 to stipulate the dangers of admitting criminals and including those who are born Jews – to a Jewish mother – and to those who have a Jewish father or grandfather that converted to Judaism. (source)
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