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The Vaad


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Beth Din

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Canadian Jewish News

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Rabbi Harry Kaufman, for many years a part of the Vaad leadership, saw Rabbi Niznik primarily as a great halachic and talmudic scholar and educator. "He taught Torah all his life," Rabbi Kaufman said, "Young students, advanced students - he covered all areas of Jewish life and sought to instill an awareness of Jewish commitment through the Torah." Rabbi Kaufman noted that Rabbi Niznik taught at a number of schools - among them Hebrew Academy and Yeshiva Gedolah Merkaz Hatorah, and Rabbi Kaufman's own synagogue, Young Israel of Montreal - and was a "pioneer in his field.


3/272006 - Kosher Today Weekly News

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According to Rabbi Emanuel and the Young Israel of Montreal's Rabbi Harry Kaufman, a member of the Beth Din, the Vaad policy dates back to the Jewish experience in Europe, where Jewish communities barred imported kosher meats to protect the jobs of local kosher butchers, slaughterers and mashgichim, as well as to ensure the continuity of supply and guarantee that the kosher meat and poultry available for sale fulfilled halachic criteria.


Through the Lens | Beth Sholom Congregation and Talmud Torah

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Congregation representatives, back row, from left to right, are Rabbi Harry J. Kaufman, President Morris Fox, PTA President Sarah Glick, Vice President Julius Goode, and Cantor Sholom Katz.


Canadian Jewish News

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According to Rabbi Emanuel and the Young Israel of Montreal's Rabbi Harry Kaufman, a member of the Beth Din who also spoke to The CJN, the Vaad policy dates back to the Jewish experience in Europe, where Jewish communities barred imported kosher meats to protect the jobs of local kosher butchers, slaughterers and mashgichim, as well as to ensure the continuity of supply and guarantee the kosher meat and poultry available for sale fulfilled halachic criteria and could be trusted.


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Rabbi Harry J. Kaufman


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