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How can you help?

Rabbincal Scholars!

We turn to anyone for whom the matter is dear to their heart to think about suitable candidates and to suggest them to the organization in order to add them to the Beit Din and to help convince candidates to join.

A suitable candidate is a Talmid Chacham (though not necessarily a big communal leader), with a brave heart, independent, and able to take responsibility and make inventive decisions, while maintaining strict adherence to the bounds of the halachah transmitted from Sinai. A nationwide judicial system is necessary, as every community with at least 120 residents requires a small Sanhedrin. That is to say there is a need for thousands of judges.

Likewise we are searching for volunteer activists who would be able to assemble different topics regarding the leadership of the Jewish nation in general.

In particular, professional people in the field of computers, internet, statistics and demographics, political science, jurists, doctors, international relations, public administration, philosophy, operations research, etc.

The main thing, in any event, is contact us and join.

If you are interested in volunteering for different assignments that are required by the Sanhedrin Beit Din of 71, or would like to declare loyalty, we request that you fill out the questionairre all that you see fit, and to forward it to us. Some of the most urgent tasks include translation, distribution of materials, to explain the task and activities of the Sanhedrin, encouraging support of the Sanhedrin, professional testimony and others, submitting law proposals, legal advice, publishing, etc.


By the same token we are seeking volunteers who will assist in various subjects related to the leadership and administration of the Jewish nation.

In particular professionals in the fields of computers, the Internet, statistics and demography, political science, jurists, physicians, international relations, public administration, philosophy, research, both applied and theoretical.

The most important thing, in any event, is that you support and assist in any way possible.

If you are interested in volunteering for various tasks required by the developing Sanhedrin, you can fill out the online questionnaire and submit it to the re-established Jewish Sanhedrin. Some of the more urgent tasks needed now include translating, distributing material, explaining the role and operation of the Sanhedrin, encouraging wider acceptance, etc. As the Sanhedrin develops, other tasks may include giving testimony, submitting bills to the legislature, publications, diplomacy, etc.

Translation and Publication

The members of the Sanhedrin work voluntary. The activity of the Sanhedrin is constantly growing and the current members do not have enough hours available to handle the increasing number of issues.

The Sanhedrin is looking for volunteers from various professional fields.

  • Organization
  • Editing
  • Translation into different languages into Hebrew
  • Experts in various science
  • Photography
  • Presentations
  • Public relations

Anyone willing to donate time are requested to notify the secretary of the Sanhedrin, accompanied by an estimate how much time they can donate a week. Dov Stein 025661962

Economic Basis

One of the most immediate issues is the problem of the financing the operations of the Sanhedrin.

The Sanhedrin currently convenes once a month, because of the many matters pertaining to the Jewish people which are in flux. These frequent meetings have no independant funding, and this means that the rabbis must function on a volunteer basis. This is a Sanhedrin which must deal with these things. The justices of the Sanhedrin themselves must defray the costs of maintaining its operation from their own pocket.