Rabbi Riskin: The Torah Doesn't Belong to Any One Denomination
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin became one of the Chief Rabbinate’s biggest nemeses in 5775. His alternative conversion court is a direct challenge to the religious establishment, and he’s willing to go to the High Court of Justice to defend it.
“I’m depressed,” answers Rabbi Shlomo Riskin forthrightly, when asked how he is. “All these years I’ve taken pride in the Chief Rabbinate, which has a golden history through the generations: from Rav Kook...
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