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Rabbi Ephraim Shore

Rabbi Ephraim Shore is one of the directors of Aish HaTorah Jerusalem, and the Israel Director for HonestReporting.com and the Hasbara Fellowships for campus Israel activism. Prior to making aliyah, he was Executive Director of Aish Miami and Aish Toronto.

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