February 25, 2005

Prize to Rabbi for Interfaith activities

On February 25th the Jewish Community of Berlin and the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation co-organized a ceremony in the course of which a prize was awarded to Rabbi Dr. Nathan Peter Levinson for his extensive and tireless action towards the fostering of interfaith dialogue. The prize was given by the founder of the IRWF, Mr. Baruch Tenembaum. Rabbi Levinson is the founder of the Heidelberg Jewish Studies University, for 20 years was co-President of the German Council of Christian-Jewish Cooperation and from 1976 was President of the International Christian-Jewish Council, of which he is nowadays Honorary Vice-president.