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Steven Pruzansky was born on 28 April, 1958, is a lawyer. Discover Steven Pruzansky's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 65 years old?

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On Nov 9, 2020, Pruzansky published a blog post titled, "The Way Forward," in which he spread unsubstantiated rumors and multiple debunked lies about election fraud without citing a single source for his claims. The debunked claims included, (a) that election officials filled in blank ballots; (b) that poll watchers were denied access to watching polls, despite court orders; (c) that voters were told to use a writing implement that would disqualify their ballots; (d) that election officials illegally covered the windows of their facilities so they could not be observed; (e) that statistically-impossible numbers of Biden “voters by mail” – in some cases, 100% of vote batches went for Biden; and (f) that computer “glitches” switched thousands of Trump votes to Biden votes.

Pruzansky is married to the former Karen Hausdorff, who is a speech language pathologist, and has four children, three of whom live in Israel. He made aliyah, or moved to Israel, in 2020 and is now Rabbi Emeritus of Bnai Yeshurun.


On March 31, 2016, Pruzansky published a blog post titled "A Novel Idea," wherein he dismissed the idea of rape culture on college campuses, blamed a promiscuous culture for many rapes reported in college, and proposed marriage as a solution to the overall issue. The post prompted many angry responses, in which Pruzansky was accused of blaming victims of rape, of not taking rape seriously, and of not acknowledging or understanding that marital rape exists. After Pruzansky followed the March 31 blog post with another, on April 13, 2016, entitled "Culture Wars – Update," in which he defended his position and reiterated his arguments and position, the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance responded, demanding that the rabbi be removed from the speaking roster of a one-day conference scheduled to be held at Bnai Yeshurun. The organization's demands were met, and Pruzansky was dropped from the conference. In April 2016, the Rabbinical Council of America decried Pruzansky position, noting that "while Rabbi Pruzansky raises some important points regarding sexual behavior on college campuses, the RCA rejects the tone and much of the substance of his recent comments regarding rape."


In November 2014 Pruzansky likened The New York Jewish Week to Der Stürmer, a Nazi publication, following a story it published about him.

Pruzansky also posted a blog that month entitled "Dealing with Savages," which many considered to be racist and anti-Arab. In it, he proposed using live ammunition on Arab stone-throwers and suggests that any village that is home to more than two terrorists should be razed and its inhabitants deported. Abe Foxman denounced the blog as "outright racism and bigotry," and lamented the congregation's support of Pruzansky. On November 25, 2014, the Orthodox Union issued a public statement distancing itself from Pruzansky's remarks, noting that it could not support a response to terror that includes wholesale demonization of Arabs, collective punishment of Arabs or destruction or dismantling of Muslim holy sites. The OU called on the community to reject the attitude promoted in Pruzansky's essay: "Such rhetoric is wrong and must be repudiated, whether it is voiced by lay leaders, community leaders or rabbis.” Pruzansky's synagogue announced in a letter to the congregation that Pruzansky agreed to have his future blogs reviewed by editors and that the board would periodically review the process. The board has also acted to ensure security for the synagogue is tightened. Pruzansky wrote his own letter to the congregation expressing regret for having written in a way that "many have deemed harsh."


Following graduation from law school, Pruzansky worked as an attorney and litigator for 13 years. He then began his career as a religious leader after being ordained at Yeshiva Bnei Torah of Far Rockaway, New York. In 1993 he became rabbi of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, one of the largest Orthodox congregations in the United States with several thousand members. He retired in 2020 and was succeeded by Rabbi Elliot Schrier in 2021.


Pruzansky grew up in Monsey, N.Y. He received his B.A. Degree from Columbia University in 1978 and in 1981 he received his Juris Doctor degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University.


Rabbi Steven Pruzansky (born in the Bronx, N.Y. April 28, 1958) is an American Orthodox rabbi, an author and leader in the Orthodox Jewish community.