Robert Wexler (rabbi)

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Rabbi Robert Wexler is the president of the American Jewish University (AJU), formerly known as the University of Judaism (UJ).[1] He has been listed among the top 50 most influential American rabbis in Newsweek, ranking number seven in 2007 and ranking number three in 2008.[1] He has also been included in the Forward's top 50 list of significant American Jewish leaders.[1] He has published several articles, including contributions to the Encyclopedia Judaica, the Etz Hayim Humash, and a volume entitled "Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity".[1]

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  • Message from Robert Wexler American Jewish University
  • "UJ President Robert Wexler has roots in three denominations". The Jewish Journal. March 22, 2007.