Limmud FSU rings in new decade

December 17, 2015 02:08


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Education and Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett meets Wednesday with the leadership of Limmud FSU ahead of its 10th anniversary celebrations, which kick off this weekend with a conference at Kibbutz Ginosar.

Bennett agreed to a partnership with Limmud FSU and sent greetings to the 1,300 participants expected to attend the Limmud FSU Festival of the Sea of Galilee, scheduled for this Thursday to Saturday.

Limmud FSU helps to revitalize Jewish communities in the countries of the former Soviet Union and beyond.

In the photograph, from right to left, are Prof. Aviad Hacohen; Limmud FSU founder Chaim Chesler; Matthew Bronfman; Bennett; Aaron Frenkel; Sandra Cahn and Roman Kogan (photo credit: Limmud FSU)

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