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sternlight

sternlight

Registered: 13 May 2011
S.B. MIT '54; Ph.D. LSE '62. Former Chief Economiat of two Fortune 50 companies (technology, and international oil) and advisor to governments and industry. (U.S) Presidential Interchange Executive. US Aspen Institute and US Council on Foreign Relations. Sometime pianist, French Hornist, Flamenco guitarist. Board member of various chamber music and environmental organisations. Advisor to US West Coast Chabad. American economist and world traveler. Appalled at rise of anti-semitism, anti-Israel, and Sharia law in Britain. Currently living in Los Angeles. (My eldest son was born in London; he later returned for MBA at London Graduate School of Business and he is both a US and UK citizen, living in California.)

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Korea and the Talmud

By sternlight, May 13, 2011

Your piece on Koreans studying the Talmud presented actual Jewish worship as a near-desert in that country. It neglected to mention Chabad's presence, support, and activity there.

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