Does it really matter whether the Chief Rabbi follows a particular political ideology or not? Surely what is needed is a Chief Rabbi who can make Judaism more relevant to the secular majority in this country and who can help reform the abysmal situation current in many of the rabbinical courts. That has nothing to do with Zionism or non-Zionism. Some of the most 'problematic' dayanim in the system today (from womens perspectives) happen to be 'Zionist'. So what?
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