Candidate for chief rabbi distances himself from secular support ads
Rabbi David Stav of the moderate Tzohar organization says chief rabbi should be elected because of 'love of Israel and respect for the bible, not newspaper ads.'
Rabbi David Stav distanced himself Monday from ads supporting his candidacy to the post of Israel's chief rabbi. Stav, chairman of the Tzohar organization, a group of moderate orthodox rabbis, announced that he did not approve of the ads published in recent weeks in newspapers and websites, and requested that their publication be halted.
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