Yoshiyahu Pinto, the Moroccan rabbi and president of the Rabbinical Court of Moroccan Jews, gave a lecture on the Torah and its teachings at the villa of one of the Jewish families living in the prestigious Ain Diab district of Casablanca. Many rabbi followers from different parts of the world, as well as members of the Moroccan Jewish community, including students, businessmen and religious, most notably Mr. Serge Berdugo, head of the Moroccan Jewish community, attended this conference.
Mr. Pinto gave his lecture in Hebrew, the only language he speaks, and addressed dozens of people before answering their questions.
Pinto is a Kabbalah teacher and a friend of artists, politicians and celebrities, he also chairs an organization that runs various religious schools in Ashkelon, Kiryat Malakhi and Ashdod in Israel, as well as girls’ and students’ training schools. He has also established a network of schools in Los Angeles, Miami and New York in the United States, as well as supervising many charitable organizations that provide food to needy families.
An orthodox rabbi and president of the international organization Shuva Isarel, Pinto was a disciple of the greatest Ashkenazi and Hasidic rabbis, just as he is a descendant of a family of rabbis known for their miracles.