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Chief Rabbi

n
(Judaism) the chief religious minister of a national Jewish community
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In accordance with Halacha - Jewish Law - and indeed, common human values of all humankind, and the ethical standards of the European Union, the people murdered by the Nazis deserve to be left intact where they perished," Rabbi Chaim Burshtein, Lithuanian Chief Rabbi, wrote in a statement.
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Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook (1865-1935), the first chief rabbi of Israel, penned this idealistic vision of the Israeli Chief Rabbinate, or Rabbanut, when he was appointed to lead it in 1921.
THE Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, visited Cardiff to officiate at the induction ceremony of Rabbi Michoel Rose at Cardiff United Synagogue.
Yoav Hattab, son of Tunis chief rabbi, died a Tunisian patriot Young Tunisians on social media extol a video of Rabbi Hattab comparing the tolerant atmosphere between Jews and Muslims in Tunisia to the hostile one in France, where his son was murdered by terrorists last week.
THE ARCHBISHOP of York John Sentamu and Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis visited Durham to urge more dialogue between faiths.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israel's fraud squad recommended that former Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger be charged with taking bribes, money laundering and other crimes.
Rabbi Aaron Lipsey, 38, from Gosforth, said: "I would say that Holocaust Memorial Day is, as the Emeritus Chief Rabbi writes, a time to balance memory with hope.
Four reprinted essays by Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, are preceded by an intellectual portrait of the rabbi, social philosopher, proponent of interfaith dialogue, and public intellectual and followed by a 2012 interview with him.
THE weak and the vulnerable in Britain must not be forgotten, the new Chief Rabbi has warned.
THE Chief Rabbi yesterday hit out at Prime Minister David Cameron for failing to help stay-at-home parents.
While conceding he committed some "serious ethical mistakes" he insisted that they did not "directly concern the tasks I was entrusted with as chief rabbi.