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British Chief Rabbi Names Task Force to Deal with Religious, Educational Problems

April 4, 1968
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Dr. Immanuel Jacobovitz, Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth, today named a panel of six British rabbis as a special task force within the Anglo-Jewish community to serve as a consultative body in the fields of education and religious problems. Dr. Jacobovitz said the panel would deal only with religious policy but not Halachic rulings. He also announced the elevation of Rabbi Maurice Rose, secretary of the Chief Rabbi’s office, to the post of executive director. He will have the added responsibility of coordinating newly established departments. Dr. Jacobovitz said.

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