Two leading Israeli media sites, Haaretz and Jerusalem Post, and U.S.-based Newsweek are reporting that Rebecca Floer, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, may be deported from Israel after seeking citizenship under the Law of Return.
“Rebecca Floer’s attempts to immigrate were also rejected on the grounds of her alleged membership in a missionary organization. She says she was baptized as a child but left the church and considers herself Jewish.”
“The Swedish daughter of a Holocaust survivor faces deportation from Israel next week, based on claims that she was baptized as a baby and has ties to a messianic organization.”
“Israel’s immigration authority has ordered the deportation of a Swedish woman, the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, over claims that her father converted to Christianity.”
The Ministry of Immigration in Israel informed Floer that she has until Sunday, Nov. 26 to leave Israel after her appeal to remain in the country was denied.