Who is Rabbi Eli Sadan?

Israel Prize recipient Eli Sadan’s quiet revolution has had a major impact on our society and its youth.

By ALAN JOTKOWITZ
May 5, 2016 12:41
Rabbi Eli Sadan

President Reuven Rivlin meets with Rabbi Eli Sadan in 2014. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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On Independence Day 2016, Rav Eli Sadan, head of the Bnei David mechina (army preparatory academy), will receive the Israel Prize for Lifetime Achievement.

Notwithstanding the fact that he has been called the most important and influential leader in the religious Zionist community in the last 30 years, many in the general public are unaware of the revolution he has led and its impact on religious Zionist youth.

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