Police interrogate Holon chief rabbi for breach of trust

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July 10, 2013 20:28

 
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Rabbi Avraham Yosef, one of the leading Shas candidates for the position of Sephardi chief rabbi, was interrogated for eight hours by the police Wednesday morning under suspicion of a breach of trust relating to a conflict of interests within the framework of his duties as chief municipal rabbi of Holon, the police said on Wednesday.

According to the police statement, the conflict of interests relates to the granting of mehadrin kashrut license in the city.

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