Weiler, Moses Cyrus

(1907-2000)
   South African rabbi. He was born in Riga, Latvia, and was educated in Palestine and later in the US. In 1933 he settled in South Africa where he founded the non-Orthodox progressive movement and served as a rabbi. He moved to Israel in 1958 to teach at the Hebrew Union College.

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