Moses Rosen

Moses Rosen (known in Hebrew as David Moshe Rozen דוד משה רוזן) (July 23, 1912 - May 6, 1994) was Chief Rabbi (Rav Kolel) of Romanian Jewry between 1948–1994 and president of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Romania between 1964-1994. He led the community in his country through the entire Communist era in Romania and continued in that role after the restoration of the democracy by the Romanian Revolution of 1989. Since 1957 was deputee from an electoral section of Bucharest in the Romanian parliament (the Great National Assembly) during the Communist regime, and after 1989 in the democratic parliament.In the 1980s was allowed by the Romanian authorities to get also the Israeli nationality and was elected as president of the Council of the Jewish Diaspora Museum in Tel Aviv.

Read more about Moses Rosen:  His Family and Youth, His Activity As Young Rabbi in Romania, His Election As Chief Rabbi of Romanian Jewry - 1948, Leader of The Judaic Cult in Romania in The Years of Stalinism, His Activity and Leadership in The Years 1960s-1980s, Criticism of His Relationship With Communist Authorities, After The 1989 Revolution, Sources

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Moses Rosen - Sources
... Collection of "Revista Cultului Mozaic" Dalinger, Brigitte, English-language review of Groezinger, Elvira Die jiddische Kultur im Schatten der Diktaturen—Israil Bercovici (2003, in German), Philo, ISBN 3-8257-0313-4 ... See also Rosen (disambiguation) ...

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