(AKA: Dovid Kedmi, Duvid Kedmi, Dave Kedmi)
Teacher - Yavneh Academy, Paramus, NJ
Former Student - Yeshiva University, Washington Heights, NY
Former Student - Queens College, Flushing, NY
Rabbi David Kedmi is listed as a resource as a mohel on the Temple Sholom web page, even though they were notified several times over the years of the serious allegations made against him.
- About Rabbi David Kedmi
- Supreme Court of the State of New York (02/25/2008)
- Civil Suit Filed Against Rabbi David Kedmi - Certified Mohel (New Hempstead, NY) (03/21/2008).
- Bio - Rabbi David Kedmi (12/28/2012)
- David Kedmi - 1-800-4-A-MOHEL (12/28/2012)
- Yavney Academy (12/28/2012)
- Linkedin (01/03/2014)
About Rabbi David Kedmi
Rabbi David Kedmi's Blog
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
|Rabbi Jacob Rubenstein / Rabbi Mark Dratch|
After his ordination, Rabbi David Kedmi chose to undergo further training through the Chief Rabbinate and became a certified Mohel, a person that performs ritual circumcisions during the bris ceremony. In order to receive this certification, Rabbi Kedmi completed advanced educational studies as well as a direct internship in the field. The internship included visits to many of the major hospitals in Jerusalem, where Rabbi David Kedmi observed, studied, and gained hands-on experience. Some of the country’s leading Mohalim directed Rabbi Kedmi’s studies and services.
After earning the certification, Rabbi David Kedmi accepted a post to Athens, Greece, where he served as the community Mohel while also assisting the local Rabbi in a variety of matters. Next, he relocated to the United States, and Rabbi Kedmi continued offering his services as a Mohel while also deepening his studies into many aspects of Judaic culture.
Over the next 25 years, Rabbi David Kedmi served Jewish communities in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. Dedicated to offering his support to a wide array of individuals, Rabbi Kedmi works with people from many different sects of Judaism, including Reform, Orthodox, and Conservative groups.
Following the same religious dedication of his professional life in his private life, Rabbi David Kedmi follows the requirement for socially conscious charitable involvement that is set forward in the Torah. Dr. David Kedmi contributes regularly to Children’s Village of Jerusalem, and also a local Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
December 28, 2012
January 3, 2014
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