Jewish philanthropist, businessman Conrad Morris passes away

By SAEED GHASSEMINEJAD
June 16, 2014 18:28

 
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British Jewish philanthropist and businessman Conrad Morris passed away on Saturday and was buried at the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem Sunday. An investor in SodaStream and Israeli newspaper Makor Rishon, he sat on the boards of numerous charitable organizations and donated funds to Jewish schools both in Britain and Israel.

He was a founder of the Friends of Bar-Ilan in Britain in the 1950s and Israel-Britain Chamber of Commerce in the 1970s.

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