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Continue reading "American-Raised Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, Noted Religious Moderate and Dove, Wins the Israel Prize" at.
In his review of Rabbi Aharon Feldman's The Eye of the Storm, Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein was hardly championing women wearing tefilin (phylacteries) when he wrote the following:
The dissenters represent two different approaches: the "mamlachi" or statist approach as represented by rabbis Shlomo Aviner and Eli Sadan and the "civic" approach, as represented by Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein.
Yisrael Vollman, interview with Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, Yediot Achronot, 22 October 2004.
Still, I believe that those on the Orthodox Right who contend that we're better off without the Conservative and Reform movements ought to heed the words of Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein, one of the great Torah giants of our generation.