Zilber

Zilber (זילבּער, Зильбер) is a variation of Silber and may refer to:

  • Ariel Zilber (אריאל זילבר; ), Israeli musical artist
  • Boris Zilber, see Zariski geometry and Cherlin–Zilber conjecture
  • Irina Zilber, athlete
  • J. A. Zilber, mathematician, known for the Eilenberg–Zilber theorem
  • Jonno Zilber, Australian musician
  • Maurice Zilber
  • Michael Zilber
  • Yitzchok Zilber, rabbi
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Toldos Yeshurun
... It was founded by Rabbi Yitzchok Zilber, leader of the Russian baal teshuvah movement and often called "the father of Russian Jewry", in 2000 with the support of ... Since the death of Rabbi Yitzchak Zilber in 2003, the organization is headed by his son, Rabbi Ben Tzion Zilber ...
Yitzchok Zilber - Life Under Communist Rule
... After World War II, Rabbi Zilber was imprisoned in a gulag for a technical accidental crime (a fellow Jew left some illegal papers by him, and a search ... ironically, the owner himself regretted Rabbi Zilber being imprisoned for him and went to the police to admit his responsibility ... at the time, they happily admitted him to prison as well, leaving Rabbi Zilber there as well) ...
Ariel Zilber
... Ariel Zilber (Hebrew אריאל זילבר, born September 23, 1943) is an Israeli singer-songwriter and composer ... Zilber became a Baal Tshuva following the 2005 disengagement from Gaza and Zilber's exposure to Orthodox Jews during the fight against the hitnatkut ... Zilber wrote and performed the song "Yesh Din ViYesh Dayan", a Jewish phrase meaning there is a judge and there is judgement, the song is about how God has begun punishing ...
Michael Zilber
... Michael Zilber, whom jazz legend Dave Liebman calls “one of the best composers and players around anywhere, period!”, was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada ... While in New York, Zilber recorded two critically acclaimed OWL-EMI Records as a leader, "The Heretic" and "Stranger in Brooklyn", which was named one of the top 30 CDs ... In 2003 Zilber and Smith released a top 20 jazz recording on Blue Jay records entitled "Reimagined" which Michael Brecker called truly amazing and David Liebman said was the ...