About Rabbi Uri Sherki
Rabbi Uri Sherki was born in Algeria in 1959. He moved with his family to France where he lived for several years and then immigrated to Israel in 1972. He studied Torah with Rabbi Zvi Yehuda HaKohen Kook in the Merkaz HaRav Yeshiva as well as with Rabbi Yehuda Leon Ashkenazi and Rabbi Shlomo Binyamin Ashlag. He was ordained as a rabbi and has been serving as the rabbi of the Bet Yehuda community in Kiriat Moshe, Jerusalem. Rabbi Sherki is the head of the Israeli Department at Machon Meir, the Meir Center for Jewish Studies in French (CMEJ) and the Noahide World Center. He also teaches Judaism at Rosh Yehudi and other places across the country.