Analysis || Election of new chief rabbis is a victory for nepotism, but it's what Israel deserves
There is no hope for the Chief Rabbinate of Israel as long as Israelis are unwilling to liberate their Jewish heritage from the rabbis.
If, 40 years ago, someone had told Sephardi Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef that a man who had never been a rabbi of a large town or been a dayan, a rabbinical court judge, would one day fill his shoes, he would have dismissed the notion. Yet on Wednesday
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