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Lev Leviev

Uzbek-born Israeli-British businessman.
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Lev Leviev
Thereís a big difference between education and knowledge. The moment that we donít invest in educating Jewish children according to the roots that were the basis of our education for thousands of years, we are knowledge-givers rather than educators.
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Weíre ashamed of what we are. Thatís why we feel that we have to get rid of the values of our glorious history and run to learn from other, new nations. Donít I look to you like a man of the world? Donít I speak to the leading businessmen in the world? And itís no problem that Iím a Jew, and a proud Jew who wears a skullcap everywhere. Thatís my symbol and my identity.
Iím a very big believer in the idea that if a Jew lives like a Jew and, as it is written, sets aside tithes or a fifth of his income ó then the Holy One, blessed be he, pays him back. I know that from my personal experience. The more I give every year, the more I have.

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I know that I have my own mission and I know that life, unfortunately, is short. I have a limited time, and we have to get as much done as possible, and thatís that. And we have to preserve our health.
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Just as a Muslim studies Islam, the Jew has to study Judaism. Everyone has to learn the heritage of his family and the history that dates back thousands of years.
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I come to eat with very important people in the world, and I say Ďonly kosherí, and always with a skullcap. I donít recall that my business ever suffered from that.
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It is written that ĎAll Jews are responsible for one another,í and a Jew who lives in Siberia or in Kamchatka is just as good as a Jew who had the good fortune to be born in Jerusalem.
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