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Lisa Malik - the reason why conservative Judaism is gone

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Submitted by Disgusted Davener (United States), May 20, 2011 at 21:56

Lisa Malik destroyed SJCCBA, and the synagogue has now closed. Why is conservative Judaism disappearing? Because 'leaders' such as Lisa Malik DO NOT know how to lead a congregation - are not meant to be on the pulpit - do not embrace the congregation and make it flourish - Lisa Malik did not have a good neshoma...no good soul. She insulted my community, used my community as a playground, and finally destroyed my community when she could reap no more.

Stephen, lets see you defend her now.

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