Rabbi Shlomo Zelig Avrasin
Since December 2022 Shlomo Zelig Avrasin is a rabbi. Shlomo Zelig Avrasin is a rabbi, teacher of Torah and tradition, shochet (kosher slaughter of livestock and poultry), publicist, translator, and a rabbi in the Israeli Defense Forces.
He was born in 1971 in Luhansk. After completing his compulsory military service in 1993, he repatriated to Israel.
Rabbi Avrasin studied at yeshivot "Mekor Chaim" with Rabbi Steinsalz in Moscow, "Gar Ezion (Alon Schwut), "Kirjat gaMiftar" (Efrat); founded the Kollel "Tora mi-Zion" together with Rabbi David Juschuwajev.
He taught Torah in Moscow, Kiev, Lviv, Kfar a-Roe, Karmiel, Jerusalem and many other cities, and worked as a rabbi in Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Moscow, Warsaw, and the Voronezh region.
Rabbi Avrasin worked as a translator from Polish, Russian, Ukrainian into Hebrew in the Institute "Shem Olam", an institute dedicated to the study of Jewish religious life during the Shoah. He served as ambassador of the international organization "Shavei Israel" in the community of Sabbatians in the settlement of Vysokij in Voronezh region and as director of religious programs of the movement "Or Zion". Additionally, he writes articles for several periodicals and websites, and conducts webinars.
He is married, has seven children, who live in Efrat, near Jerusalem.
Hobbies: history, poetry, science fiction, bardsongs.
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Rabbi Jakov Ebert, born in Tel Aviv in 1948 (i.e. in the Jewish year 5708), has been serving in Wuerzburg since 2001. Prior to that - from 1999 to 2001 - he worked in Heidelberg, and - from 1996 to 1999 - in Hannover. He comes from a reputed rabbi tradition. One of his forefathers was Rabbi Jehoshua Falk, the author of the talmud commentary Penei Jehoshua. He attended the Taldmud School Bely in Tel Aviv from 1951 to 1961, therafter, until 1970, Pressburg Jeschiva in Jerusalem. After his marrigage he attended the Kolet Schewet Mi Jehuda (Oberrabbiner Untermann mit Semicha 1975). Za.Ha.L. (Army Service) until 1976.