Jewish spiritual leaders are called rabbis.
Judaism has thousands of rabbis. While each of them has an informal level of status among the wider Jewish community based upon Torah-expertise, piety, and perhaps other factors, there is today no single highest spiritual leader.
Individual synagogues have Rabbis, but there is not leader for a vast movement of Jews nor for all Jews in general.
There has been no central leader of Judaism for at least 1,945 years.
A Jewish religious leader is called a rabbi.
A zaddik is, in Judaism, a righteous person, particularly a Hassidic spiritual leader.
A zaddick is, in Judaism, a righteous person, particularly a Hassidic spiritual leader.
The spiritual leader within Judaism is a rabbi. But a rabbi is not a requirement for prayer. Any Jew over the age of 13 can lead a service.Anyone is allowed to lead the prayers. The one who does so is called the chazan.
A tzaddik (also zaddick or tsaddik) is, in Judaism, a righteous person, particularly a Hassidic spiritual leader.
There is no current leader of Judaism.
An Imam preaches Islam.
A Rabbi or a Cantor (or anyone for that matter) can interpret and teach the laws of Judaism.
called a pundit.
There is no leader of the Judaism religion.
Lubavitch Hasidim cite Rabbi Menachem Mendel Shneerson as their spiritual leader. Sephardim especially in Israel will cite Vadya Moshe as their spiritual leader. Jewish Law with respect to modernity has been heavily influenced by Moshe Feinstein.
Abraham is known as the father of Judaism, but there is no person known as "the leader of Judaism".
Judaism is not a centralised religion and does not have a single leader.