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rabbis collectively

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the office or function of a rabbi

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But Kin says in the video that neither Lau nor anyone from the chief rabbinate contacted him nor did he or his family place a deposit to insure the get.
The list, which includes the names of 160 rabbis from several countries outside Israel, is "the latest indignity suffered by Diaspora Jews at the hands of Israel's ultra-Orthodox religious establishment," said Rabbi Seth Farber, a Modern Orthodox rabbi and vocal critic of the rabbinate's bureaucracy and lack of transparency.
The rabbinate and the education corps have been fighting a turf war since at least 2012, when an internal audit determined that the educational resources in the military were sorely lacking and that the two should be combined underAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA a single command structure.
To separate politics from all sections of the rabbinate, religious services should be totally separated from the adjudication of religious law in the Rabbinical Courts.
Today, issues of family law, including custody and divorce, are still under the purview of the Rabbinate, regardless of one's personal religious affiliation.
The dispute has also led Israel's Chief Rabbinate to rush to Teichtal's defense with a letter that critics say backtracks on its own recent directive to Israeli mohels upholding a safe and sterile alternative to MBP.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has appointed an orthodox rabbi who serves as an advisor for Israel's Chief Rabbinate as his own advisor and as a member of the board of directors of a Saudi-backed center in Austria.
Miller accomplishes this largely through analyzing the shifting position of the office of the Moravian Chief Rabbinate in relation to its constituency, investigating the implications of legislation affecting the communities of the province as a whole, especially aspects of the restrictive Familiants Law of 1726-27 peculiar to Moravia, and examining the shared features of Moravian Jewish communities that distinguished them from neighboring Bohemia, Germany, Galicia, the Kingdom of Hungary (namely the territory of today's Slovakia), and Austria.
True, a woman not so "released" is unable to be married by the Israeli (Orthodox) chief rabbinate, but to claim that the Deuteronomy law of forced marriage is "still enforced by the Israeli government today" is both simplistic and inaccurate.
Adherents of the differing currents of Judaism have been up in arms in recent weeks as the government has mulled a law that would recognize the Orthodox rabbinate's exclusive authority over conversions.
The event is to be organized by the Association for the Preservation and Renovation of La Goulette under the aegis of the Ben Ali Chair for Dialogue among Civilizations and Religions in collaboration with the Diocese of Tunisia and the Chief Rabbinate of Tunisia.
ISTANBUL, May 13, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey's Chief Rabbinate and the Turkish Jewish religious community expressed happiness Thursday over a decree of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on minorities in Turkey.
Among the topics he treats are the development of the pushke (charity box), the education of youth and women, crisis of the rabbinate, and Hasidim vs.
<![CDATA[ The Rabbinate and Education Ministry asked Israelis not to prepare for the Lag BaOmer bonfires on Saturday so as not to desecrate the Sabbath.]]>