Sao Paulo Jews Elect New President

Boris Ber was elected president of the São Paulo Jewish Community, taking the lead of half of Brazil’s Jewry.

The 53-year-old business administrator and longtime activist was elected to a 30-month term at the helm of São Paulo’s wealthy and influential 60,000-strong Jewish community.

“Among our major challenges are also strengthening our affiliated institutions through an open dialogue that helps detecting their problems and promoting and outreach work to bring inside those Jews who are apart of the yishuv,” Ber said.

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