Israeli media: Holocaust survivor’s daughter faces deportation from Israel

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.  

Haaretz

Israel Deporting Swedish Holocaust Survivor’s Daughter – Because Her Father Allegedly Converted

“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.”

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Jerusalem Post

SWEDISH DAUGHTER OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR FACES DEPORTATION FROM ISRAEL

“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.”

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Newsweek

ISRAEL: DAUGHTER OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR FACES DEPORTATION OVER FATHER’S ALLEGED CHRISTIAN CONVERSION

“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.”

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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.

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