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Where to Find Leadership

On certain public policy issues, Orthodox opinion stands in sharp contrast to the views of most American Jews.
Rabbi Manny Behar

Rabbi Manny Behar

As I was taught, gadlus is based in good measure on one’s ability to understand Jewish legal precedent and apply it accurately to contemporary situations.

Dr. Schick has had a long career in education and advocacy. He is a thoughtful and eloquent writer who offers practical ideas on addressing various issues our community faces. I read his essays carefully in order to learn from his experience and expertise. I would only ask him to have faith that my generation will produce leadership that will unite our people in these difficult times.

About the Author: Sergey Kadinsky is a freelance writer and political consultant residing in Queens. He previously served as assistant editor of The Jewish Star and as a reporter at the New York Post.


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2 Responses to “Where to Find Leadership”

  1. And perhaps if leaders encouraged Aliya, you would solve tuition problems and not have to deal with Obamanations.

  2. Ch Hoffman says:

    and perhaps if you weren't a vile polemicist, you'd keep politics out of the matter instead of using this as a forum for venting your own petty hatreds

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