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In their eagerness for new ways forward, both are vulnerable to the sway of charismatic men with big plans for them (a rabbi for Epstein; a literary professor with possible ties to Mossad and an unbelievable tale about Kafka for Nicole).
The children, ages 6 and 4, held a long white candle up to a gold menorah as a rabbi roused the room with a traditional song typically saved for one of the holiday’s eight nights.
Because 19 rabbis protesting the travel ban at the Trump International Hotel and Tower were willing to be arrested.
The couple and their son, Ronnie, moved to Houston when Moshe Cahana became the first rabbi of Congregation Brith Shalom in Bellaire.
Among those children were Françoise, Nicole and Danielle Schilli, daughters of a French rabbi, Henri Schilli, who survived the war and testified to Yad Vashem of Mrs. Brousse’s works.
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, an Ashkenazi rabbi with thousands of dedicated followers, made the call Wednesday in an interview with a follower that one of his aides filmed and posted online.
The Sephardic chief rabbi of Jerusalem likened Reform Jews to Holocaust deniers.
The rabbi grew up in Flatbush, next door to Sandy Koufax’s aunt and uncle.
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