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Rivka Haut, 71; champion of rights for Jewish women
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Fighting for the right to pray

RIVKA HAUT, 1942-2014 Rivka Haut was a prominent champion of Orthodox Jewish women fighting for divorce in rabbinical courts and seeking to pray together as a group. In 1980, when she was living in Brooklyn, Haut organized one of the first public ... WA Today, 5 hours ago
Rivka Haut, 71, Champion For Agunot Jewish Week, 2 weeks ago

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Chief Rabbi Lau: Law of Return a problem

New Ashkenazi head reflects on first eight months in office, agenda for future. This is a time when the Chief Rabbinate is besmirched from every quarter. MKs are initiating and legislating laws to weaken it, and many Jews in Israel and around the ...
 Haaretz4 days ago Chief rabbis try to circumvent Ben-Dahan on appointment of Chief Rabbinate director  Jerusalem Post1 week ago
Jerusalem Post

Incendiary rabbi to become Shas spiritual leader

Thousands attend memorial for Rabbi Ovadia Yosef. Photo: Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post Rabbi Shalom Cohen, a leading Shas rabbinical figure, is set to inherit the role of the movement's spiritual leader from the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef.
 Jerusalem Post1 week ago Bureaucratic obstacle hindering Rabbi Arye Stern candidacy for J'lem chief rabbi  Jerusalem Post1 week ago Rabbis in Israel quarrel over the nixing of marriage registration zones  Jerusalem Post2 weeks ago Teaching Secular Israelis About Judaism: An Interview with Rabbi Shalom Hammer  Jewish Press4 weeks ago

Changing the Law of Return: Rabbi Lau joins the wave of racism

Lau is right about the need to change the Law of Return, but the Orthodox rabbinate's monopoly on marriage and citizenship must come to an end. Chief Rabbi David Lau is right. The Law of Return needs to be changed. A law that serves as the ...
 Haaretz2 days ago On Law of Return, Rabbi Lau is both right and wrong  Haaretz2 days ago

Jewish food movement for ethical living gives Passover new meaning

BOULDER COUNTY — When Rabbi Marc Soloway is troubled, he goes to the goats. It's a short walk to the Jewish goat-milking co-op in his semirural neighborhood, and when he cradles a kid in his arms, his face radiates joy. "It really lifts my spirits ...
 Denver Post4 days ago

Judaism and Environment An Interview with Rabbi Michael Cohen

Environmental awareness is an integral part of the foundation of Judaism. This has been one of the principles that stemmed from the establishment of KKL-JNF in 1901. The human connection to our shared environment is reflected in the Book of Genesis, ...
 Jerusalem Post1 week ago

Former officials in chief rabbinate convicted in major 300 million shekel fraud

Judge Amnon Cohen of the Jerusalem District Court convicted seven people on Wednesday for involvement in the awarding of rabbinic ordination to members of the security services who has not obtained the necessary qualifications. The indictments ...
 Jerusalem Post1 week ago
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7 people convicted in rabbi ordination fraud

JERUSALEM, April 9 (UPI) -- Seven people were convicted Wednesday in Jerusalem District Court of fraud involving rabbinate ordination. The suspects were part of a scheme to award the title of ordained rabbi to people in the Israel security forces ...
 UPI1 week ago Seven people were convicted Wednesday in Jerusalem District Court of fraud involving rabbinate ordination.  TickerTech.com1 week ago
Jerusalem Post

Ask the Rabbi: Does Jewish law ever permit bigamy?

The recent coverage in The New York Times of the second marriage of Yisrael Meir Kin has reignited discussion regarding bigamy in Halacha. Kin was civilly divorced from his wife several years ago but did not grant her a get to terminate their ...
 Jerusalem Post2 weeks ago
Mind Food

Divine Inspiration

Chef Moshe Basson drew on Biblical and Rabbinical texts when creating the menu at his Jerusalem restaurant, Eucalyptus, in the Holy Land. Moshe Basson arrived in Jerusalem with his parents in 1951 as a nine-month-old Jewish refugee from Iraq.
 Mind Food1 day ago Rabbi Weiner energizes Beth Tikvah's young  Jewish Community Voice1 day ago Rabbis mass head-shaving raises nearly $600K for Cancer Research  Jewish Community Voice1 day ago It's Professor Bayfield  Jewish Chronicle6 days ago
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