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Rabbi Mayer Schiller - Air date: 03-01-99

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Rabbi Mayer Schiller is an American Hasid based in Monsey, New York State, who identifies himself as a member of Skver, and serves as spokesperson for the Skver community in New Square. Schiller also maintains active ties to the Modern Orthodox community, and teaches advanced Talmud at Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy of Yeshiva University.[1] where he has been a teacher since 1987. Prior to that Rabbi Schiller taught at YCQ (in Queens, NY). In the arena of political thought, the Rabbi is most noted for his advocation of non-violent racial separatism ensuing most significantly from principles of racial identity and social anti-universalism. He is an outspoken critic of liberal notions of race and the bias against traditional religion in today's media and popular culture. Along those lines, he was a featured speaker at the American Renaissance conference in 1994.[2] He has been associated with various groups including the Third Way (UK) and the Ulster Third Way. He is also the author of two books "The Road Back: A Discovery of Judaism Without Embellishments" and " The (Guilty) Conscience of a Conservative" (the 2nd under the name Craig Schiiler).




Rabbi Mayer Schiller is an American Hasid based in Monsey, New York State, who identifies himself as a member of Skver, and serves as spokesperson for the Skver community in New Square. Schiller also maintains active ties to the Modern Orthodox community, and teaches advanced Talmud at Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy of Yeshiva University.[1] where he has been a teacher since 1987.

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