Rabbi Yeshayahu HaKohen Hollander, has the title of “Cohen” that symbolizes his lineage from the Prophet Aaron. Apart from his long-term religious education as a Rabbi, he received his education in theoretical physics and he also is a licensed patent attorney. Previously he has been responsible of Foreign Affairs in the Sanhedrin Rabbinical Court and acted as the Co-Chair of the Jerusalem Court for Issues of Bnei Noah. He has taught religious schools as well as Tel Aviv University. Currently he responds to questions on Judaism from people around the world.
Rabbi Abrahamson is a historian specializing in matters regarding Islam and Judaic law. Since 2004 he has been a consultant to the Jerusalem Rabbinical Courts on matters concerning Islam. As the founder of a research center about Islamic and Jewish history -called “Al Sadiqin”- he researches about the common origin of two religions. Rabbi Abrahamson has published a book called ‘Divine Diversity: An Orthodox Rabbi Engages with Muslims.’ The book also contains conversations with Mr. Adnan Oktar. Rabbi Abrahamson has been working for the last 15 years on Islam to have a respected place in Judaic law. For the last 10 years he has been giving lectures about the role of religion in establishing peace in various countries, including political spaces such as the United Nations, the Israeli Parliament and the House of Lords.