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IRF Statements & Policies

IRF Mourns Passing of Rabbi Moshe Kahn z"l

January 20, 2023

The International Rabbinic Fellowship mourns the passing of Rabbi Moshe Kahn, z"l, a gentle giant of Torah and leadership in the area of higher women's Torah education, as well as Talmud education for Baalei Teshuva.

IRF Condemns Rhetoric Directed Against the LGBTQ+ Community

January 1, 2023

The International Rabbinic Fellowship strongly condemns the vitriolic rhetoric and disdain directed at incoming Knesset Speaker, Amir Ohana and the LGBTQ+ community, by Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem, Shlomo Amar, and senior Rabbi Meir Mazoz.

IRF Mourns the Passing of Rabbi Chaim Druckman, z"l

December 31, 2022

The International Rabbinic Fellowship mourns the passing of Rabbi Chaim Druckman z"l, a leading educator and spiritual guide of the national-religious community for more than half a century.

IRF Expresses Its Support for LGBTQ+ Members of Our Community

September 07, 2022

The International Rabbinic Fellowship, a membership organization of several hundred Orthodox rabbis, communal scholars, clergy and educators, affirms that LGBTQ+ Jews are treasured and beloved members of our schools, shuls, and families.

IRF Mourns the Passing of Rabbi Professor David Weiss Halivni z”l

July 3, 2022

The International Rabbinic Fellowship (IRF) mourns the passing of Rabbi Professor David Weiss Halivni z"l (1927-2022) a gadol ba-Torah, a great Torah scholar, who served as a bridge between European Jewish life and American Jewish life.

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