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Moshe Silberschein (translation)

Born in the Midwest, Rabbi Silberschein attended Columbia University, Jewish Theological Seminary and the Hebrew University. Ordained in 1981, he made Aliyah to Israel the following year. He teaches piyut, liturgy and classical rabbinic literature to undergraduate and graduate students in Jerusalem and abroad. Throughout his teaching career, Rabbi Silberschein has also served congregations as both rabbi and cantor in such diverse locales as Tokyo, Japan, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and most recently, Savannah Georgia.

פתח לנו שער בעת נעילת שער | Open for us a gate at the closing of a gate, by Rabbi Dr. Dalia Marx (2005)

Contributed on: 29 Jun 2020 by David Nelson (translation) | Moshe Silberschein (translation) | Dalia Marx |

A prayer for the State of Israel during conflicts over sovereignty and dispossession. . . .

בסיעתא דארעא