«Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, the chief rabbi of Efrat and former rabbi of the Lincoln Square Synagogue, vouched not only for the rabbis in Nina's case but for Nina's family as well.
"It defies the imagination that this conversion should be questioned," he said
Rabbi Riskin said Nina's parents, whom he has known for decades, are "Orthodox Jews, but more to the point, the rabbis who converted her are upstanding Orthodox rabbis, one of them being one of the most prominent Orthodox rabbinical leaders in the United States."»
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