Rabbi Moshe Walter -- a real people person

Pollak, Suzanne
December 2011
Washington Jewish Week;12/29/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 51, p4
The article profiles Rabbi Moshe Walter, a spiritual leader at Woodside Synagogue Ahavas Torah in Silver Spring, Maryland who counsels and supports anyone suffering illness or hardship.


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