Moshe Weiss

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Moshe Weiss is the founder of Lezion B’Rina, a school in Jerusalem for boys from the former Soviet Union.[1]

Nathan Sharansky appointed Weiss as an advisor on personal status and Jewish identity issues when his Yisrael B’Aliya party entered Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition government in 1996. He later took up a similar role in the Immigrant Absorption Ministry under Yuli Edelstein until 2000.[1]



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jonathan Rosenblum, Think Again: For the sake of ‘klal Yisrael', Jerusalem Post, 12 november 2010.