The 30th Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Israel
Par Mati Ben-Avraham - 5 février 2009 à 07:55
Translated: Shuki Shamir, the 30th Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the State of Israel, was inducted (installed in masonic language) last night in Tel Aviv. The raising ceremony occurred in the presence of numerous delegations from foreign Grand Lodges, particularly those from England, Russia, France, Italy, Spain and Switzerland.
You may recall that the Grand Lodge of Israel was consecrated on 20 October 1953, in Jerusalem. Its headquarters, however, was established in Tel Aviv. And it was recently moved to its new home, near the Opera and the Museum.
The Israeli Freemasons number 1,152, in 57 lodges. Its unique feature is the languages spoken within the Lodges: Hebrew, Romanian, Arabic, English, Spanish, French, Russian, Turkish …–