Dear President Trump,

2500 years ago, Cyrus II of Persia, the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, called upon the People of Israel to return to Jerusalem and to reestablish their spiritual and national capital. The enemies of the People of Israel were strongly opposed to the declaration and demanded that Cyrus halt the restoration of Jerusalem. In the words of King Solomon (Proverbs 19:20): "There are many thoughts in the heart of man but the counsel of the Almighty shall prevail." Jerusalem was rebuilt, and even our opponents eventually understood that this was part of the Divine plan. In the words of the Prophet Nehemiah (6:16): "And it came to pass, when all our enemies heard thereof, that all the nations that were about us feared, and were much cast down in their own eyes; for they perceived that this work was wrought by our God."


After the second Siege of Jerusalem (70 AD), we were forcefully exiled from our homeland and dispersed to the four corners of the earth. We suffered persecution and genocide, but never abandoned our determination to return to our homeland. Despite the distance and the endless waiting, in every prayer, in every place of dispersion, we turned our hearts and minds to Jerusalem. Thrice daily, for thousands of years, every Jew oriented every hope, prayer, and supplication toward Zion, the heart and soul of the Land of Israel. Our liturgy anticipates the full restoration of Jerusalem as the religious and political center of the reconstituted commonwealth, and the words of our prophets reverberated across time and space with the message of hope for our reunification with our beloved capital. "And I will bring them, and they shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem; and they shall be My people, and I will be their God, in truth and in righteousness" (Zechariah 8:8).


We are blessed to live in a generation that has seen  the ancient prophecies come to fruition. Jews are finally free to come home to Israel. As a nation and a People, Israel has defended itself against formidable enemies; Israel’s economy continues to grow and to mature, and we have been blessed to see the rebirth of Jerusalem.


The United States of America was one of the first countries to support the establishment of the modern State of Israel. The American people and the presidents of the United States of America have stood shoulder to shoulder with Israel, and have been true partners in making the prophecies into a reality.


We would like to congratulate you, Mr. President for the rare distinction of having been the first American President to acknowledge Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the modern State of Israel.
"For Zion's sake will I not hold My peace, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest, until her triumph goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a burning torch." (Isaiah 62:1).


We are certain that you will be forever remembered in the annals of Israel’s history as a fearless trailblazer, and we offer you not only our appreciation and gratitude, but our support for your bold moral commitment to righting the political and historical record. May God’s promise to Joshua be upon you: "Have not I commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; be neither afraid, nor dismayed, for the Almighty your God is with you wherever you go. (Joshua 1: 9)."

The Union of Community Rabbis in Israel

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Blessing to President Trump for Recognizing Jerusalem as Capital of Israel

  

We the undersigned support this message.

Dear President Trump,

2500 years ago, Cyrus II of Persia, the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, called upon the People of Israel to return to Jerusalem and to reestablish their spiritual and national capital. The enemies of the People of Israel were strongly opposed to the declaration and demanded that Cyrus halt the restoration of Jerusalem. In the words of King Solomon (Proverbs 19:20): "There are many thoughts in the heart of man but the counsel of the Almighty shall prevail." Jerusalem was rebuilt, and even our opponents eventually understood that this was part of the Divine plan. In the words of the Prophet Nehemiah (6:16): "And it came to pass, when all our enemies heard thereof, that all the nations that were about us feared, and were much cast down in their own eyes; for they perceived that this work was wrought by our God."

After the second Siege of Jerusalem (70 AD), we were forcefully exiled from our homeland and dispersed to the four corners of the earth. We suffered persecution and genocide, but never abandoned our determination to return to our homeland. Despite the distance and the endless waiting, in every prayer, in every place of dispersion, we turned our hearts and minds to Jerusalem. Thrice daily, for thousands of years, every Jew oriented every hope, prayer, and supplication toward Zion, the heart and soul of the Land of Israel. Our liturgy anticipates the full restoration of Jerusalem as the religious and political center of the reconstituted commonwealth, and the words of our prophets reverberated across time and space with the message of hope for our reunification with our beloved capital. "And I will bring them, and they shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem; and they shall be My people, and I will be their God, in truth and in righteousness" (Zechariah 8:8).

We are blessed to live in a generation that has seen the ancient prophecies come to fruition. Jews are finally free to come home to Israel. As a nation and a People, Israel has defended itself against formidable enemies; Israel’s economy continues to grow and to mature, and we have been blessed to see the rebirth of Jerusalem.

The United States of America was one of the first countries to support the establishment of the modern State of Israel. The American people and the presidents of the United States of America have stood shoulder to shoulder with Israel, and have been true partners in making the prophecies into a reality.

We would like to congratulate you, Mr. President for the rare distinction of having been the first American President to acknowledge Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the modern State of Israel.
"For Zion's sake will I not hold My peace, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest, until her triumph goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a burning torch." (Isaiah 62:1).

We are certain that you will be forever remembered in the annals of Israel’s history as a fearless trailblazer, and we offer you not only our appreciation and gratitude, but our support for your bold moral commitment to righting the political and historical record. May God’s promise to Joshua be upon you: "Have not I commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; be neither afraid, nor dismayed, for the Almighty your God is with you wherever you go. (Joshua 1: 9)."

--Signed

Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef, Rishon Lezion - Chief Rabbi of Israel
Rabbi Moshe Dagan, Chief Rabbinate of Israel
Rabbi Chaim Druckman, Head of Bnei Akiva Yeshiva Center
Rabbi Meir Mazuz, Rosh Yeshivat Kiseh Rahamim
Rabbi Eytan Eizman, Chairman of Merhavia and Noam
Rabbi Kalman Bar, Rabbi of Netanya
Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, Chief Rabbi of Safed
Rabbi David Meir Drukman, Rabbi of Kiryat Motzkin
Rabbi Yitzchak Shalev, Chief Rabbi of Yeruham
Rabbi Yeshayahu Meitlis, Chief Rabbi of Nahariya
Rabbi Avraham Tzuriel, Chief Rabbi of Nes Tziona
Rabbi Levi Shalom, Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Shmona
Rabbi Lasry Yosef Yitzchak, Rabbi of Beit Shean
Rabbi Eliezer Simcha Weiss, Rabbi of Kfar Haroeh and Rabbi of Emek Hefer Regional Council
Rabbi Otniel Sharabi, Rabbi of Yavneh
Rabbi Meir Kessler, Rabbi of Modi'in Illit
Rabbi Yechiel Abuchatzeira Chief Rabbi of Ramla
Rabbi Uzi Switza, Rabbi of Kfar Yona
Rabbi Yitzchok Yacobovitch, Rabbi of Regional Council South Sharon
Rabbi Eliyahu Maimon, Rabbi of Kiryat Ata
Rabbi Moshe Elharar, Rabbi of Shlomi
Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, Rabbi of Elon Moreh and Shomron
Rabbi Baruch Pachter, Chief Rabbi of Metula
Rabbi Gavriel Sourani, Rabbi of the Hof Hacarmel Regional Council
Rabbi David Pandel, Head of the Sderot Yeshiva
Rabbi Baruch Vider, Rosh Yeshiva of the Western Wall Yeshiva
Rabbi Eliyahu Blum, Rosh Yeshiva of Nahariya
Rabbi Refael Dayan, Representative of the Chief Rabbi and Chairman of the Exceptions Committee of the Conversion System
Rabbi Yehoshua Mordechai Schmidt, Rabbi of Shavei Shomron and Rosh Yeshiva of Nachlat Yosef.
Rabbi Uriel Sa'id, Head of the Hesder Yeshiva and Rabbi Kiryat Ono
Rabbi Avraham Berman, CEO of OU Israel
Rabbi Jesse Horn
Rabbi Yeshayahu Yehuda Glick, Av Beit Din of Petach Tikva
Rabbi Yisrael Lubton, Rabbi of Air Force 21
Rabbi Yitzchak Ben David, Rabbi of Kibbutz Ein HaNatziv and Head of Midreshet Ein HaNatziv
Rabbi Aryeh Netanel Lipo
Rabbi Yitzchak Sharvit
Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchak Levi, Rosh Metivta at the Hesder Yeshiva
Rabbi Josh Wander, Mount of Olive
Rabbi Telyas Shmoel
Rabbi Uriel David, Rabbi of the Sephardic synagogue in San Francisco
Rabbi Menachem Kalchaim, Rabbinate of Prague
Rabbi Farkash Elimelech Yeshua
Rabbi Yehonatan Sa'id ,Uruguay
Rabbi Noam Yotvat
Rabbi Nir Tzvi Shalom ,Rabbi of the Great Synagogue of Great Neck, New York
Rabbi Michael Aharonov, Head of the Ma'aleh Efraim Hesder Yeshiva
Rabbi Menachem Borshtein, head of the Poah Institute
Rabbi Rahamim Nasimi, Head of the Sha'alei Torah network
Rabbi Israel Goldstein, Rabbi of Mezad
Rabbi Aharon HaCohen Rabbi of the Bet Hagadi
Rabbi Aharon Cohen, Rabbi of Yakir
Rabbi Avner Ben Yosef is a community Rabbi in the city of Ariel
Rabbi Uriel Spaz, Rabbi of Kochav Yaakov
Rabbi David Hacohen ,Gan Yavne
Rabbi David Hai HaCohen, Rabbi of Orot HaTorah in Bat Yam
Rabbi David Levi, Kiryat Menachem Jerusalem
Rabbi David Ohayon, Rabbi of Alfei Menashe
Rabbi Doron Peretz, CEO of Mizrachi World
Rabbi Ze'ev Levin - Chief Rabbi of the Ground Forces in the IDF
Rabbi Chaim Richman, Director of the International Department, Temple Institute, Jerusalem
Rabbi Hanania Avitan, Rabbi of Tefahot in the Galilee
Rabbi Yair Frank, Rabbi of Amona-Amichai
Rabbi Yosef Druk, Rabbi of Tene Omarim - Mount Hebron
Rabbi Yechezkel Cohen, Rabbi of Sansana
Rabbi Yechezkel Kopeld, Rabbi of Dolev
Rabbi Yitzchak Mishan, Rabbi of the "Beit" community of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rabbi Yitzchak Nissim, Head of the Elisha preparatory course
Rabbi Meir Barali, Rabbi of Asael
Rabbi Meir David Barel, Rabbi of Moshav Bitzaron
Rabbi Meir Sagron, Rabbi of Bar Yohai
Rabbi Menashe Malka, Sdot Negev Regional Council
Rabbi Mordechai Dahan
Rabbi Moshe Eliezer Ravinovitz, Rabbi of Beit Hagai
Rabbi Moshe Beagle, Rabbi of the Meitar
Rabbi Moshe Bitan, Member of the Chief Rabbinate of Holon
Rabbi Moshe Cohen, Rabbi of Maon
Rabbi Noach Landsberg, Rabbi of Moshav Tzafaria and Lod
Rabbi Natan Chai, Rabbi of Itamar
Rabbi Natan Shoham, Rabbi of Sharon Beach
Rabbi Azriel Ariel, Rabbi of Ateret
Rabbi Amichai Eliyahu, Chairman of the Association of Rabbis of Congregations
Rabbi Amit Kula, Rabbi of Kibbutz Alumim. Head of Beit Hillel Beit Midrash.
Rabbi Prof. Jeffrey Wolf, Head of the Institute for the Study of Post-Talmudic Halakhah, Bar-Ilan University
Rabbi Shir Nachum Regional, Rabbi in Emek Hefer
Rabbi Shmuel Shapira, Rabbi of Kochav Yair Tzur Yigal
Rabbi Shimon Abuchatzeira, Rabbi Ner Yitzchak
Rabbi Shimon Almaliach, Rabbi of Atlit
Rabbi Avi Goldberg, Rabbi of the Himmelfarb Torah School
Rabbi Avidan Hazani, a community Rabbi
Rabbi Avihu Fischfeder, Rosh Yeshiva
Rabbi Avizohar Harel Safed
Rabbi Avinoam Taizi
Rabbi Aviad Gadot
Rabbi Avner Hershkovitz, Rosh Metivta in the Nachalim Yeshiva
Rabbi Avner Tunik, Yeshivat Nachat Ruach, Moshav Tifrah
Rabbi Avraham Engel, Yeshivat Orot ha-Harry Tzfat
Rabbi Avraham Vazana
Rabbi Avraham Wolfish, Rabbi of Sukkat David synagogue, Tekoa
Rabbi Avraham Tillman Arad
Rabbi Avraham Kremer, Rabbi of the Akko Rambam Synagogue
Rabbi Ehud Simchi, Rabbi of Shaare Zedek Community Beit She'an
Rabbi Aharon Moshe Dukron, Community Rabbi Dimona
Rabbi Uri Danino, Rabbi of the Ohel Yechiel congregation in Mevasseret Zion
Rabbi Uriel Porat
Rabbi Itach Nissim, Bat Yam
Rabbi Ilan Moshe Mark, a community Rabbi
Rabbi Ilan Perlman , Keshet
Rabbi Eytan Zen Bar, Community in Rishon Lezion
Rabbi Elchanan Ben-Nun, Rabbi of Shilo
Rabbi Eli Adler
Rabbi Eliav Turgeman, Dimona
Rabbi Eliahu Blum, Rabbi of the Neve Shaanan Central Synagogue
Rabbi Eliyahu Eitan, Neria
Rabbi Eliad Ben-David, Rabbi of the Hod Yosef congregation in Hod Hasharon
Rabbi Eliezer Shankolawski, Rabbi in Beit Shemesh
Rabbi Elyakim Shamshovitz, Magid Shiurim
Rabbi Elisha Yinon, Rabbi at the Yeshiva
Rabbi Elad Eliyahu Gedera
Rabbi Elad Levi
Rabbi Elad Maman
Rabbi Elazar Ben Eliyahu, Rabbi of Even Shmuel.
Rabbi Elran Eliezer Monsungo, Rabbi of the Zachor Congregation of Avraham Shoham
Rabbi Amir Tzvi Lubman, Rabbi of the TAL-Tafnit Institute for Informed Parenting
Rabbi Assaf Druki ,Pardes Hanna
Rabbi Efraim Lefach, Leader of the Ethiopian community in Karmiel
Rabbi Ephraim Attia, community Rabbi
Rabbi Erez Luzon, a Military Rabbi in the Reserves
Rabbi Ariel Levi
Rabbi Ben Tzion Amar, Shvut Rachel
Rabbi Binyamin Tabadi
Rabbi Binyamin Machluf
Rabbi Bezalel Bezek, Community Rabbi
Rabbi Baruch Slay, of the "Aviv" school in Tel Aviv
Rabbi Gadi Elbaz
Rabbi Gadi Shalvin, Jerusalem
Rabbi Gilead Azoulay, Migdal Haemek
Rabbi David Gavrieli, Head of Neveh Dekalim Hesder Yeshiva
Rabbi David Hordan Herzlia
Rabbi David Cohen, Rabbi in Eilat
Rabbi David Menachemov, Rabbi of Ramat Aviv Gimel Yeshiva, Tel Aviv
Rabbi David Menashe
Rabbi David Rinos
Rabbi David Turgeman, Rosh Yeshiva of Dimona
Rabbi Dan Cohen, Community Rabbi in Pisgat Ze'ev
Rabbi Daniel Dov Stavsky, Community Rabbi
Rabbi Daniel Cohen, Bat Ayin
Rabbi Yechiel
Rabbi Hillel Merzbach, Central Synagogue, Yad Binyamin
Rabbi Zegdon
Rabbi Zigdon Tuvia
Rabbi Zohar Michaeli, Mitzpeh Yericho
Rabbi Hadad Yaniv, Rabbi of Neveh Rachamim, Nitzan
Rabbi Chiya Ben Hamo, Rabbi of the Beit Maimonides
Rav Chaim Ben Gigi
Rabbi Chaim Ben Naim
Rabbi Chaim Markowitz, Head of the Gush Etzion Kashrus Department
Rabbi Hanan Shukron, Rabbi of Nahalat Yerushalayim Community, Petah Tikva
Rabbi Chananel Yifrach
Rabbi Hanania Blumert, Rabbi of Ethiopian Community in Bat Yam
Rabbi Hanania Malka, Rabbi of the Ahavat Yisrael congregation of Be'er Sheva
Rabbi Yair Saban, The Meiri Hesder Yeshiva
Rabbi Yigal Lahav, Rosh Kollel of Ma'ale Efrayim Yeshiva
Rabbi Yehoshua Odehberg
Rabbi Yoel Rosenberg
Rabbi Yundev Stern, Board of Directors of Avot for Justice
Rabbi Yosef Eliyahu Sofer
Rabbi Yosef Alkobi Rabbi of Moshav Noga
Rabbi Yosef Halevi
Rabbi Yosef Nachum
Rabbi Yosef Priel, Ariel
Rabbi Yechiel Peretz North of the Golan Heights
Rabbi Yaniv Chaim
Rabbi Yaakov Ohev Zion
Rabbi Yaakov Betzalel Harar, Rabbi of the Shova community, Ra'anana
Rabbi Yaakov Tabachnik, Rabbi and educator
Rabbi Yaakov Cohen, Rabbi of Mevasseret Yerushalayim
Rabbi Yaakov Kruger, Community Rabbi
Rabbi Yaakov Reitz, Rabbi of Yesod HaMa'ala Local Council
Rabbi Yaakov Shimon
Rabbi Yitzchak Elgavish, Rabbi of Harish Harish
Rabbi Yitzchak Gabbay
Rabbi Yitzchak Halevy
Rabbi Yitzchak Zino
Rabbi Yitzchak Suliman
Rabbi Yitzchak Shmelov, Mora Tzedek, Jerusalem
Rabbi Yaron ben Ezra
Rabbi Yeracham Shamshovitz
Rabbi Yisrael Mizrachi, Educational Advisor and Rabbi in Ma'aleh Adumim
Rabbi Lev Tzvi
Rabbi Meir Ben Haim
Rabbi Meir Gueta, Rabbi of Bet Shemesh
Rabbi Meir Dahan, Rabbi at Amit Yeshiva Ashdod
Rabbi Meir Weinberg
Rabbi Meir Zano, Rabbi of Mamshit Dimona
Rabbi Meir Issachar Mazuz, Head of the Beit Din in Jerusalem and Rabbi of the Ramat Eshkol, Jerusalem
Rabbi Meir Lubin
Rabbi Meir Rodriguez
Rabbi Mizrachi Nissim, Rabbi of Beer Ganim
Rabbi Michael, Yeshiva in Bat Yam
Rabbi Michael Yomtovian
Rabbi Michael Suissa
Rabbi Menachem Ackerman, Rosh Yeshiva at the Lev Institute in Jerusalem
Rabbi Menachem, Av Beit Din of Yeshivat Mitzpe Yericho
Rabbi Menachem Godik, Rosh Yeshiva
Rabbi Menashe Issachar, the Rabbi of Peduel
Rabbi Mordechai Deshe, Rabbi in Kfar Sava
Rabbi Mordechai HaCohen, Community Rabbi in Ramle
Rabbi Moshe Aberman
Rabbi Moshe Elia Beit El
Rabbi Moshe Gemel, Mitzpeh Yericho
Rabbi Moshe Holstein, Community Rabbi in Yad Binyamin
Rabbi Moshe Salomon, Fellow of the Mandel Institute
Rabbi Moshe Amiel, Rabbi of the Northern District Ministry of Education
Rabbi Moshe Peretz, Rabbi of the "Lev Eliyahu" Congregation in Netivot
Rabbi Moshe Kieselstein, Yeshiva educator
Rabbi Moshe Shukrun Rosh Kollel
Rabbi Matanel Nagauker, Ashdod and Netivot
Rabbi Noam Shalom Krispil, Nazareth Illit
Rabbi Noach Zhonski
Rabbi Nachshon Cohen, Rabbi of Kfar Hananya
Rabbi Naftali Shimon Vaknin, Rabbi in Lod
Rabbi Natan Offner, Rosh Yeshiva of Ruta Yeshiva
Rabbi Netanel Tal Shulian, Rabbi of the Masechei Torah Bat Yam congregation
Rabbi Sinvani, Community Rabbi
Rabbi Sinai Ha'Israeli
Rabbi Adi Ben Shachar
Rabbi Adi Ovadia Pinto
Rabbi Oded David, Hesder Yeshiva in Ra'anana
Rabbi Uziel Eliyahu, Moreshet D. Misgav
Rabbi Uziel Friedman Yeruham
Rabbi Omer Ally, Rabbi and educator
Rabbi Amichai Cohen, Sderot
Rabbi Amichai Shukron, Rabbi of Merom Naveh congregation in Ramat Gan
Rabbi Amir Katz Sde Eliezer
Rabbi Pinchas Turgeman, Head of the Ma'ayan Movement
Rabbi Tzvi Edrei, Rabbi of Ner David Community in Kiryat Arba
Rabbi Tzion Cohen
Rabbi Kfiaław Moshe Bugala, Community Rabbi
Rabbi Reuven Hiller
Rabbi Reuven HaCohen Uriah, Rabbi of Derech Avot
Rabbi Reuven Tal, Secretary of the Religious Council of Mount Hebron
Rabbi Roy Cohen Raanana
Rabbi Raziel Shevach, Havat Gilad
Rabbi Ran Ben Moshe
Rabbi Refael Achash Ran
Rabbi Shachar Buchach, Rabbi of Moshav Mivtachim
Rabbi Shai Hirsch, Torat Shlomo Research Institute L’Zion
Rabbi Shai Naveh Moreh
Rabbi Shlomo Wizgan, Rabbi of Bat Galim Neighborhood of Haifa
Rabbi Shlomo Cohen Doras
Rabbi Shlomo Sobol, Rabbi of Shaarei Yona Menahem, Modi'in
Rabbi Shlomo Said Nahmias, Community Rabbi Jerusalem
Rabbi Shlomo Feig, Mizpe Jericho
Rabbi Shlomo Rosenthal, Rabbi at Beit El Yeshiva
Rabbi Shmuel Green
Rabbi Shmuel Nechushtan, Rabii of Moshav Tkuma
Rabbi Shmuel Tzabari, Community Rabbi
Rabbi Shmuel Sasson, Community Rabbi in Haifa
Rabbi Shimon Amitai
Rabbi Shimon Asher
Rabbi Shimon Biton, Head of the Darchei Eliyahu Yeshiva and Rabbi of the Rambam community in Beit Shean
Rabbi Shimon Yifrach
Rabbi Shimron Cohen
Rabbi Shneur Zalman Cohen

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List of Rabbis Who Signed Original Letter to President Trump

  1. Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef, Rishon Lezion - Chief Rabbi of Israel
  2. Rabbi Moshe Dagan, Chief Rabbinate of Israel
  3. Rabbi Chaim Druckman, Head of Bnei Akiva Yeshiva Center
  4. Rabbi Meir Mazuz,  Rosh Yeshivat Kiseh Rahamim
  5. Rabbi Eytan Eizman, Chairman of Merhavia and Noam
  6. Rabbi Kalman Bar, Rabbi of Netanya
  7. Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, Chief Rabbi of Safed
  8. Rabbi David Meir Drukman, Rabbi of Kiryat Motzkin
  9. Rabbi Yitzchak Shalev, Chief Rabbi of Yeruham
  10. Rabbi Yeshayahu Meitlis, Chief Rabbi of Nahariya
  11. Rabbi Avraham Tzuriel, Chief Rabbi of Nes Tziona
  12. Rabbi Levi Shalom,  Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Shmona
  13. Rabbi Lasry Yosef Yitzchak, Rabbi of Beit Shean
  14. Rabbi Eliezer Simcha Weiss, Rabbi of Kfar Haroeh and Rabbi of Emek Hefer Regional Council
  15. Rabbi Otniel Sharabi, Rabbi of Yavneh
  16. Rabbi Meir Kessler, Rabbi of Modi'in Illit
  17. Rabbi Yechiel Abuchatzeira Chief Rabbi of Ramla
  18. Rabbi Uzi Switza, Rabbi of Kfar Yona
  19. Rabbi Yitzchok Yacobovitch, Rabbi of Regional Council South Sharon
  20. Rabbi Eliyahu Maimon, Rabbi of Kiryat Ata
  21. Rabbi Moshe Elharar, Rabbi of Shlomi
  22. Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, Rabbi of Elon Moreh and Shomron
  23. Rabbi Baruch Pachter, Chief Rabbi of Metula
  24. Rabbi Gavriel Sourani, Rabbi of the Hof Hacarmel Regional Council
  25. Rabbi David Pandel, Head of the Sderot Yeshiva
  26. Rabbi Baruch Vider, Rosh Yeshiva of the Western Wall Yeshiva
  27. Rabbi Eliyahu Blum, Rosh Yeshiva of Nahariya
  28. Rabbi Refael Dayan, Representative of the Chief Rabbi and Chairman of the Exceptions Committee of the Conversion System
  29. Rabbi Yehoshua Mordechai Schmidt, Rabbi of Shavei Shomron and Rosh Yeshiva of Nachlat Yosef.
  30. Rabbi Uriel Sa'id, Head of the Hesder Yeshiva and Rabbi Kiryat Ono
  31. Rabbi Avraham Berman, CEO of OU Israel
  32. Rabbi Jesse Horn
  33. Rabbi Yeshayahu Yehuda Glick, Av Beit Din of Petach Tikva
  34. Rabbi Yisrael Lubton, Rabbi of Air Force 21
  35. Rabbi Yitzchak Ben David, Rabbi of Kibbutz Ein HaNatziv and Head of Midreshet Ein HaNatziv
  36. Rabbi Aryeh Netanel Lipo
  37. Rabbi Yitzchak Sharvit
  38. Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchak Levi, Rosh Metivta at the Hesder Yeshiva
  39. Rabbi Josh Wander, Mount of Olive
  40. Rabbi Telyas Shmoel
  41. Rabbi Uriel David, Rabbi of the Sephardic synagogue in San Francisco
  42. Rabbi Menachem Kalchaim, Rabbinate of Prague
  43. Rabbi Farkash Elimelech Yeshua
  44. Rabbi Yehonatan Sa'id ,Uruguay
  45. Rabbi Noam Yotvat
  46. Rabbi Nir Tzvi Shalom ,Rabbi of the Great Synagogue of Great Neck, New York
  47. Rabbi Michael Aharonov, Head of the Ma'aleh Efraim Hesder Yeshiva
  48. Rabbi Menachem Borshtein, head of the Poah Institute
  49. Rabbi Rahamim Nasimi, Head of the Sha'alei Torah network
  50. Rabbi Israel Goldstein, Rabbi of Mezad
  51. Rabbi Aharon HaCohen Rabbi of the Bet Hagadi
  52. Rabbi Aharon Cohen, Rabbi of Yakir
  53. Rabbi Avner Ben Yosef is a community Rabbi in the city of Ariel
  54. Rabbi Uriel Spaz, Rabbi of Kochav Yaakov
  55. Rabbi David Hacohen ,Gan Yavne
  56. Rabbi David Hai HaCohen, Rabbi of Orot HaTorah in Bat Yam
  57. Rabbi David Levi, Kiryat Menachem Jerusalem
  58. Rabbi David Ohayon, Rabbi of Alfei Menashe
  59. Rabbi Doron Peretz, CEO of Mizrachi World
  60. Rabbi Ze'ev Levin - Chief Rabbi of the Ground Forces in the IDF
  61. Rabbi Chaim Richman, Director of the International Department, Temple Institute, Jerusalem
  62. Rabbi Hanania Avitan, Rabbi of Tefahot in the Galilee
  63. Rabbi Yair Frank, Rabbi of Amona-Amichai
  64. Rabbi Yosef Druk, Rabbi of Tene Omarim - Mount Hebron
  65. Rabbi Yechezkel Cohen, Rabbi of Sansana
  66. Rabbi Yechezkel Kopeld, Rabbi of Dolev
  67. Rabbi Yitzchak Mishan, Rabbi of the "Beit" community of Sao Paulo, Brazil
  68. Rabbi Yitzchak Nissim, Head of the Elisha preparatory course
  69. Rabbi Meir Barali, Rabbi of Asael
  70. Rabbi Meir David Barel, Rabbi of Moshav Bitzaron
  71. Rabbi Meir Sagron, Rabbi of Bar Yohai
  72. Rabbi Menashe Malka, Sdot Negev Regional Council
  73. Rabbi Mordechai Dahan
  74. Rabbi Moshe Eliezer Ravinovitz, Rabbi of Beit Hagai
  75. Rabbi Moshe Beagle, Rabbi of the Meitar
  76. Rabbi Moshe Bitan, Member of the Chief Rabbinate of Holon
  77. Rabbi Moshe Cohen, Rabbi of Maon
  78. Rabbi Noach Landsberg, Rabbi of Moshav Tzafaria and Lod
  79. Rabbi Natan Chai, Rabbi of Itamar
  80. Rabbi Natan Shoham, Rabbi of Sharon Beach
  81. Rabbi Azriel Ariel, Rabbi of Ateret
  82. Rabbi Amichai Eliyahu, Chairman of the Association of Rabbis of Congregations
  83. Rabbi Amit Kula, Rabbi of Kibbutz Alumim. Head of Beit Hillel Beit Midrash.
  84. Rabbi Prof. Jeffrey Wolf, Head of the Institute for the Study of Post-Talmudic Halakhah, Bar-Ilan University
  85. Rabbi Shir Nachum Regional, Rabbi in Emek Hefer
  86. Rabbi Shmuel Shapira, Rabbi of Kochav Yair Tzur Yigal
  87. Rabbi Shimon Abuchatzeira, Rabbi Ner Yitzchak
  88. Rabbi Shimon Almaliach, Rabbi of Atlit
  89. Rabbi Avi Goldberg, Rabbi of the Himmelfarb Torah School
  90. Rabbi Avidan Hazani,  a community Rabbi
  91. Rabbi Avihu Fischfeder, Rosh Yeshiva
  92. Rabbi Avizohar Harel Safed
  93. Rabbi Avinoam Taizi
  94. Rabbi Aviad Gadot
  95. Rabbi Avner Hershkovitz, Rosh Metivta in the Nachalim Yeshiva
  96. Rabbi Avner Tunik, Yeshivat Nachat Ruach, Moshav Tifrah
  97. Rabbi Avraham Engel, Yeshivat Orot ha-Harry Tzfat
  98. Rabbi Avraham Vazana
  99. Rabbi Avraham Wolfish, Rabbi of Sukkat David synagogue, Tekoa
  100. Rabbi Avraham Tillman Arad
  101. Rabbi Avraham Kremer, Rabbi of the Akko Rambam Synagogue
  102. Rabbi Ehud Simchi, Rabbi of Shaare Zedek Community Beit She'an
  103. Rabbi Aharon Moshe Dukron, Community Rabbi Dimona
  104. Rabbi Uri Danino, Rabbi of the Ohel Yechiel congregation in Mevasseret Zion
  105. Rabbi Uriel Porat
  106. Rabbi Itach Nissim, Bat Yam
  107. Rabbi Ilan Moshe Mark, a community Rabbi
  108. Rabbi Ilan Perlman , Keshet
  109. Rabbi Eytan Zen Bar, Community in Rishon Lezion
  110. Rabbi Elchanan Ben-Nun, Rabbi of Shilo
  111. Rabbi Eli Adler
  112. Rabbi Eliav Turgeman, Dimona
  113. Rabbi Eliahu Blum, Rabbi of the Neve Shaanan Central Synagogue
  114. Rabbi Eliyahu Eitan, Neria
  115. Rabbi Eliad Ben-David, Rabbi of the Hod Yosef congregation in Hod Hasharon
  116. Rabbi Eliezer Shankolawski, Rabbi in Beit Shemesh
  117. Rabbi Elyakim Shamshovitz, Magid Shiurim
  118. Rabbi Elisha Yinon, Rabbi at the Yeshiva
  119. Rabbi Elad Eliyahu Gedera
  120. Rabbi Elad Levi
  121. Rabbi Elad Maman
  122. Rabbi Elazar Ben Eliyahu, Rabbi of Even Shmuel.
  123. Rabbi Elran Eliezer Monsungo, Rabbi of the Zachor Congregation of Avraham Shoham
  124. Rabbi Amir Tzvi Lubman, Rabbi of the TAL-Tafnit Institute for Informed Parenting
  125. Rabbi Assaf Druki ,Pardes Hanna
  126. Rabbi Efraim Lefach, Leader of the Ethiopian community in Karmiel
  127. Rabbi Ephraim Attia, community Rabbi
  128. Rabbi Erez Luzon, a Military Rabbi in the Reserves
  129. Rabbi Ariel Levi
  130. Rabbi Ben Tzion Amar, Shvut Rachel
  131. Rabbi Binyamin Tabadi
  132. Rabbi Binyamin Machluf
  133. Rabbi Bezalel Bezek, Community Rabbi
  134. Rabbi Baruch Slay, of the "Aviv" school in Tel Aviv
  135. Rabbi Gadi Elbaz
  136. Rabbi Gadi Shalvin, Jerusalem
  137. Rabbi Gilead Azoulay, Migdal Haemek
  138. Rabbi David Gavrieli, Head of Neveh Dekalim Hesder Yeshiva
  139. Rabbi David Hordan Herzlia
  140. Rabbi David Cohen, Rabbi in Eilat
  141. Rabbi David Menachemov, Rabbi of Ramat Aviv Gimel Yeshiva, Tel Aviv
  142. Rabbi David Menashe
  143. Rabbi David Rinos
  144. Rabbi David Turgeman, Rosh Yeshiva of Dimona
  145. Rabbi Dan Cohen, Community Rabbi in Pisgat Ze'ev
  146. Rabbi Daniel Dov Stavsky, Community Rabbi
  147. Rabbi Daniel Cohen, Bat Ayin
  148. Rabbi Yechiel
  149. Rabbi Hillel Merzbach, Central Synagogue, Yad Binyamin
  150. Rabbi Zegdon
  151. Rabbi Zigdon Tuvia
  152. Rabbi Zohar Michaeli, Mitzpeh Yericho
  153. Rabbi Hadad Yaniv, Rabbi of Neveh Rachamim, Nitzan
  154. Rabbi Chiya Ben Hamo, Rabbi of the Beit Maimonides
  155. Rav Chaim Ben Gigi
  156. Rabbi Chaim Ben Naim
  157. Rabbi Chaim Markowitz, Head of the Gush Etzion Kashrus Department
  158. Rabbi Hanan Shukron, Rabbi of Nahalat Yerushalayim Community, Petah Tikva
  159. Rabbi Chananel Yifrach
  160. Rabbi Hanania Blumert, Rabbi of Ethiopian Community in Bat Yam
  161. Rabbi Hanania Malka, Rabbi of the Ahavat Yisrael congregation of Be'er Sheva
  162. Rabbi Yair Saban, The Meiri Hesder Yeshiva
  163. Rabbi Yigal Lahav, Rosh Kollel of Ma'ale Efrayim Yeshiva
  164. Rabbi Yehoshua Odehberg
  165. Rabbi Yoel Rosenberg
  166. Rabbi Yundev Stern, Board of Directors of Avot for Justice
  167. Rabbi Yosef Eliyahu Sofer
  168. Rabbi Yosef Alkobi Rabbi of Moshav Noga
  169. Rabbi Yosef Halevi
  170. Rabbi Yosef Nachum
  171. Rabbi Yosef Priel, Ariel
  172. Rabbi Yechiel Peretz North of the Golan Heights
  173. Rabbi Yaniv Chaim
  174. Rabbi Yaakov Ohev Zion
  175. Rabbi Yaakov Betzalel Harar, Rabbi of the Shova community, Ra'anana
  176. Rabbi Yaakov Tabachnik, Rabbi and educator
  177. Rabbi Yaakov Cohen, Rabbi of Mevasseret Yerushalayim
  178. Rabbi Yaakov Kruger, Community Rabbi
  179. Rabbi Yaakov Reitz, Rabbi of Yesod HaMa'ala Local Council
  180. Rabbi Yaakov Shimon
  181. Rabbi Yitzchak Elgavish, Rabbi of Harish Harish
  182. Rabbi Yitzchak Gabbay
  183. Rabbi Yitzchak Halevy
  184. Rabbi Yitzchak Zino
  185. Rabbi Yitzchak Suliman
  186. Rabbi Yitzchak Shmelov, Mora Tzedek, Jerusalem
  187. Rabbi Yaron ben Ezra
  188. Rabbi Yeracham Shamshovitz
  189. Rabbi Yisrael Mizrachi, Educational Advisor and Rabbi in Ma'aleh Adumim
  190. Rabbi Lev Tzvi
  191. Rabbi Meir Ben Haim
  192. Rabbi Meir Gueta, Rabbi of Bet Shemesh
  193. Rabbi Meir Dahan, Rabbi at Amit Yeshiva Ashdod
  194. Rabbi Meir Weinberg
  195. Rabbi Meir Zano, Rabbi of Mamshit Dimona
  196. Rabbi Meir Issachar Mazuz, Head of the Beit Din in Jerusalem and Rabbi of the Ramat Eshkol, Jerusalem
  197. Rabbi Meir Lubin
  198. Rabbi Meir Rodriguez
  199. Rabbi Mizrachi Nissim, Rabbi of Beer Ganim
  200. Rabbi Michael, Yeshiva in Bat Yam
  201. Rabbi Michael Yomtovian
  202. Rabbi Michael Suissa
  203. Rabbi Menachem Ackerman, Rosh Yeshiva at the Lev Institute in Jerusalem
  204. Rabbi Menachem, Av Beit Din of Yeshivat Mitzpe Yericho
  205. Rabbi Menachem Godik, Rosh Yeshiva
  206. Rabbi Menashe Issachar, the Rabbi of Peduel
  207. Rabbi Mordechai Deshe, Rabbi in Kfar Sava
  208. Rabbi Mordechai HaCohen, Community Rabbi in Ramle
  209. Rabbi Moshe Aberman
  210. Rabbi Moshe Elia Beit El
  211. Rabbi Moshe Gemel, Mitzpeh Yericho
  212. Rabbi Moshe Holstein, Community Rabbi in Yad Binyamin
  213. Rabbi Moshe Salomon, Fellow of the Mandel Institute
  214. Rabbi Moshe Amiel, Rabbi of the Northern District Ministry of Education
  215. Rabbi Moshe Peretz, Rabbi of the "Lev Eliyahu" Congregation in Netivot
  216. Rabbi Moshe Kieselstein, Yeshiva educator
  217. Rabbi Moshe Shukrun Rosh Kollel
  218. Rabbi Matanel Nagauker, Ashdod and Netivot
  219. Rabbi Noam Shalom Krispil, Nazareth Illit
  220. Rabbi Noach Zhonski
  221. Rabbi Nachshon Cohen, Rabbi of Kfar Hananya
  222. Rabbi Naftali Shimon Vaknin, Rabbi in Lod
  223. Rabbi Natan Offner, Rosh Yeshiva of Ruta Yeshiva
  224. Rabbi Netanel Tal Shulian, Rabbi of the Masechei Torah Bat Yam congregation
  225. Rabbi Sinvani, Community Rabbi
  226. Rabbi Sinai Ha'Israeli
  227. Rabbi Adi Ben Shachar
  228. Rabbi Adi Ovadia Pinto
  229. Rabbi Oded David, Hesder Yeshiva in Ra'anana
  230. Rabbi Uziel Eliyahu, Moreshet D. Misgav
  231. Rabbi Uziel Friedman Yeruham
  232. Rabbi Omer Ally, Rabbi and educator
  233. Rabbi Amichai Cohen, Sderot
  234. Rabbi Amichai Shukron, Rabbi of Merom Naveh congregation in Ramat Gan
  235. Rabbi Amir Katz Sde Eliezer
  236. Rabbi Pinchas Turgeman, Head of the Ma'ayan Movement
  237. Rabbi Tzvi Edrei, Rabbi of Ner David Community in Kiryat Arba
  238. Rabbi Tzion Cohen
  239. Rabbi Kfiaław Moshe Bugala, Community Rabbi
  240. Rabbi Reuven Hiller
  241. Rabbi Reuven HaCohen Uriah, Rabbi of Derech Avot
  242. Rabbi Reuven Tal, Secretary of the Religious Council of Mount Hebron
  243. Rabbi Roy Cohen Raanana
  244. Rabbi Raziel Shevach, Havat Gilad
  245. Rabbi Ran Ben Moshe
  246. Rabbi Refael Achash Ran
  247. Rabbi Shachar Buchach, Rabbi of Moshav Mivtachim
  248. Rabbi Shai Hirsch, Torat Shlomo Research Institute L’Zion
  249. Rabbi Shai Naveh Moreh
  250. Rabbi Shlomo Wizgan, Rabbi of Bat Galim Neighborhood of Haifa
  251. Rabbi Shlomo Cohen Doras
  252. Rabbi Shlomo Sobol, Rabbi of Shaarei Yona Menahem, Modi'in
  253. Rabbi Shlomo Said Nahmias, Community Rabbi Jerusalem
  254. Rabbi Shlomo Feig, Mizpe Jericho
  255. Rabbi Shlomo Rosenthal, Rabbi at Beit El Yeshiva
  256. Rabbi Shmuel Green
  257. Rabbi Shmuel Nechushtan, Rabii of Moshav Tkuma
  258. Rabbi Shmuel Tzabari, Community Rabbi
  259. Rabbi Shmuel Sasson, Community Rabbi in Haifa
  260. Rabbi Shimon Amitai
  261. Rabbi Shimon Asher
  262. Rabbi Shimon Biton, Head of the Darchei Eliyahu Yeshiva and Rabbi of the Rambam community in Beit Shean
  263. Rabbi Shimon Yifrach
  264. Rabbi Shimron Cohen
  265. Rabbi Shneur Zalman Cohen

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