Ask the Rabbi Q&A

The SA Jewish Report and SAJR Online offer an “Ask the Rabbi/Rebbetzen” service for our readers and users - and this landing page is designed to lead users to all previous posts on the website. Readers and users who ask questions remain anonymous. They are passed on to the Jewish Report's eminent panel of Rabbis and Rebbetzens and questions can be based on anything one needs to know about religious things Jewish.
by Ant Katz | Jun 17, 2014
To pose a question: Simply click here [email protected] to email it to our “Ask the Rabbi/Rebbetzen” desk. From then on, your name will remain completely confidential – not even the panel will know who you are.  

List of links to published Q&As on this website:



Do you have a question of your own?

Feel free to ask the Jewish Report's eminent panel of rabbis and rebbetzens all you need to know about things Jewish. The e-mail address is: [email protected]

Questions can relate to specific themes, such as Jewish holidays, the price of kosher food, women’s roles in Judaism, attitudes to Israelis, or anything else you might want to know. Questions will be published and/or edited at the editor’s discretion.

SA Jewish Report has a panel of rabbis and rebbetzens who will answer your questions.

Your name will never be mentioned.




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