Britain’s former chief rabbi died of a brain hemorrhage Sunday at 78. Lord Jakobovits was leader of Britain’s Jewish community from 1967 until 1991. His successor, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, called him “the outstanding rabbinic figure of his generation.”
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