Chief Rabbi


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Chief Rabbi

n
(Judaism) the chief religious minister of a national Jewish community
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THE remains of six Holocaust victims murdered at Auschwitz have been buried as the Chief Rabbi urged an end to an "increase in anti-Semitism".
Brooklyn-born Yaakov Dov Bleich, the chief rabbi of Ukraine, took over the automatically rotating chairmanship of the Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations at the beginning of July.
The Lambeth Palace event was organised by the Council of Christians and Jews, which was founded by the Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz and Archbishop of Canterbury William Temple In 1942.
A During the conversation, the chief rabbi expressed gratitude to the Bulgarian government for the support.
Chief Rabbi Avraham Elkana Cahana Shapira's zts"l's 11th yahrzeit was marked by an evening of Torah lectures in Yeshivat Merkaz HaRav, where he was Rosh Yeshiva.
PRIME Minister Theresa May has waded into the row over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party by calling on Jeremy Corbyn to directly respond to criticism from a former chief rabbi.
According to him, they include the chief Rabbi of Moscow, the chief Rabbi of London and the chief Rabbi of Paris.
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Although mainly known as the chief rabbi of Haifa, Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen, born in the year 1927, has lived an intriguing life, playing an important role in the establishment of the state of Israel.