UK Chief Rabbi: Jewish community will miss Thatcher deeply

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April 8, 2013 17:54

 
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In response to the death Monday of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, UK Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks stated that, "She was loved and admired by many in the Jewish community who will miss her deeply."

Rabbi Sacks, who met Thatcher when she was a local MP attested to the "personal imprint" she left on British life, "Baroness Thatcher was a giant who had a transformative impact on Britain," he said.

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