С Б-жьей помощью
Рабби Моше Вейсман
Rabbi Moshe WEISSMAN
THE MIDRASH SAYS
Отв. редактор Цви Вассерман
Корректор Эмма Концевая
Художник Дов Мороз
1997, русский перевод, Цви Вассерман
10 Belilius st.
tel. 02-5385414/5 fax 02-5385416
This book was published by:
INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR RUSSIAN JEWS
HELPING RUSSIANS WHO HAPPEN TO HAVE BEEN BORN JEWISH, LEARN TO BECOME JEWS, WHO HAPPEN TO HAVE BEEN BORN IN RUSSIA.
Since 1978, through the efforts of our Russian-born staff, Shvut Ami has helped thousands of Russian immigrants integrate into Israel's society. Our unique programs, conducted by veteran Russian immigrants in the Russian language, build a lasting bond with fellow new olim which enhances their connection to the land and people of Israel.
In Israel, Shvut Ami cares for the new Russian immigrants through its:
> Leadership-training program for over 100 Russian-bom new immigrants
> Branches in Netanya, Rechovot, Beersheba and Tiberias
> Jewish Heritage Retreat Seminars for families
> Educational tours and lectures in locations throughout Israel
In the former USSR, Shvut Ami's programs reach out to Jews in St. Petersburg, Riga, Moscow, Tbilisi, Novosibirsk and several other cities:
> Russian Jewish educators, trained at Shvut Ami, teach basic Judaism and prepare fellow Jews for aliyah.
> Jewish books in Russian translation and cassettes on Jewish culture in Russian (published by Shvut Ami) are sent from Israel.
Address in Israel: For information in the U.K.: 10 Belilius St, P.O.Box 6141 BRITISH FRIENDS OF SHVUT AMI
Jerusalem, Israel 91061 15 Kingsgate Ave., London N3 3DH Phone: (02)5385414, - FAX: (02)5385416 Phone & Fax: (0181)346-5738
For information in the U.S.: AMERICAN FRIENDS OF SHVUT AMI
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