Refael Kruskal

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Refael Kruskal (born 1975 in London) — is a non-Hasidic (Lithuanian Jews) rabbi in Ukraine, maecenas, and the deputy head rabbi of Odessa, executive director of Odessa Jewish religious community.

Refael Kruskal was born on 16 March 1975 in London, United Kingdom , to a large family of haredi Lithuanian Jews, which emigrated from the Netherlands. He was graduated from Jewish high school, and moved on to yeshiva Zichron Moshe, where he studied Jewish traditions along with secular subjects (graduated from the finance department), then he studied in Tiferet Yaakov, also known as "Yeshiva Gateshead". Rafoel got his semikhah (rabbinical ordination) from Jerusalem yeshiva Kol Torah. In 1999 he came to work in Odessa by invitation of the community. He starts as a teacher of Jewish traditions and Hebrew at school, but in 2000 he starts to perform duties international director, was engaged in attracting sponsors in cooperation with Jewish Orthodox Community of Odessa and other communities of Jewish diaspora. In 2003 he gets promoted to general director (CEO) of the Odessa’s community. He is married and has 3 kids. Refael Kruskal is one of the leading Lithuanian rabbis in Ukraine, and one of the leading patron of Odessa’s community. His bountiful donations help hundreds of Jewish orphans of Odessa.

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