Israel's Chief Rabbi Chooses Brother-in-law to Replace Fired Judge Who Probed Corruption, Sources Say
Rabbi David Lau reassigned rabbinical judge Shlomo Shtasman after the latter sought to investigate corruption in an ultra-Orthodox property trust. Now, sources say Lau wants a relative to take Shtasman's position
Chief Rabbi David Lau, who oversees the rabbinical courts, plans to appoint his brother-in-law following the reassignment of a judge who sought to investigate corruption in ultra-Orthodox nonprofit groups,...
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