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Ishak Haleva (born 1940 in Istanbul, Turkey) is the current Hakham Bashi (Chief Rabbi) (Turkish: Hahambaşı) of Turkey. Chief Rabbi Haleva was the deputy to David Asseo for seven years and became the new Hakham Bashi after his death in 2002.
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