Eliezer Igra drops out of running for Ashkenazi chief rabbi

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
July 22, 2013 21:43

 
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Religious court judge and rabbi of Kfar Maimon Eliezer Igra dropped out of the running for Ashkenazi chief rabbi Monday night, Radio Kol Chai reported.

His departure from the race was expected to aide Tzohar founder Rabbi David Stav in his race against Modiin chief rabbi David Lau.

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