Moshe Sherer

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Rabbi Moshe Sherer (June 18, 1921 - May 17, 1998) was co-Chairman of the Agudath Israel World Organization from 1980, and the Chairman of Agudath Israel of America from the 1960s, until his death in 1998.[1]

He was an active presence in the United States capital for better than half-a-century, advocating the interests and articulating the views of Orthodox Jewry. In 1988 he created the only full-time Orthodox Jewish government affairs office in Washington D.C.

He died of leukemia on Sunday, May 17, 1998.

  1. ^ Daring to Dream. New York, NY: Agudath Israel of America. May 2003. pp. 266–267.