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World Orthodox Leadership Forum Honors Rabbi Yehoshua Fass for His Achievements in Promoting Aliyah to Israel Featured

Jerusalem, Israel, The World Orthodox Leadership Forum honored Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, co-founder of Nefesh B’Nefesh, yesterday at its annual dinner, which took place at the Hotel Leonardo in Jerusalem. Rabbi Fass was honored for his contributions and commitment to promoting Aliyah to Israel (moving to Israel), and for his efforts in facilitating the absorption of new immigrants to the country. 


Additional honorees at the dinner included, Mr. Zevulun Orlev, former Minister of Welfare and Social Services in Israel, with a lifetime achievement award; and Rabbi Haim Sabato in recognition of his contribution to Jewish Literature.



Also in attendance were former Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel Shlomo Amar and Minister of Construction and Housing, Uri Ariel.

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