A Chief Rabbi Who Deserves the Title

Ha’aretz has a nice profile of British Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, a real treasure for British Jewry and Britain as a whole. He is, as the Ha’aretz article demonstrates, a rare figure, an Orthodox leader who speaks and writes on issues of universal import — and has garnered the admiration of his non-Jewish countrymen. (One wonders how many Israeli readers read this profile with a certain amount of envy.)

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