Jonathan Henry Sacks and \u05d9\u05e2\u05e7\u05d1 \u05e6\u05d1\u05d9 \u05d6\u05e7\u05e1 born on 8 March 1948 in Lambeth. He is a citizen of United Kingdom. Jonathan Sacks was educated at Etz Chaim Yeshiva, New College, King's College London and Gonville and Caius College. He died on 7 November 2020 in London from a cancer at age 72 years, 7 months.
He was a British rabbi.
Jonathan Sacks has worked as a rabbi, politician, theologian and university teacher. He has has won Grawemeyer Award, Templeton Prize, honorary doctor of the University of Basel, Honorary doctor of the University of St Andrews, doctor honoris causa of University of Glasgow, Honorary doctor of the University of Cambridge, Honorary doctorate at the Haifa University, honorary doctorate of Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Member of the Order of the British Empire and Knight Bachelor.
Jonathan Sacks has held the position of Chief Rabbi and Member of the House of Lords.
He is also known as Jonathan Henry Sacks, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Jonathan H. Sacks, Baron Sacks, Yaakov Zvi and Jonathan Henry Sacks, Baron Sacks.
Sacks died on 7 November 2020 in London at age 72. He had been diagnosed with cancer in October 2020, having been twice previously treated for the disease. Sending tribute to Sacks, the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that his leadership had a "profound impact on our whole country and across the world". Additionally, Rabbi Meir Soloveichik penned a piece in the Wall Street Journal, entitled "What Gentiles can Learn from Lord Sacks".