Vozes Judaicas de Portugal/Jewish Voices from Portugal is a new bilingual book by R. Shlomo Pereira and R. Eli Rosenfeld This book focuses on Torah commentaries written by six rabbis with direct connections to Portugal. Their works span two centuries, from the middle 1400's to the middle 1600's, and were written through tragic historical times and challenging personal circumstances. Their message, however, is universal and highly relevant to our lives today. Paraphrasing the Portuguese National Anthem, this book truly brings to us the voices of our Portuguese Jewish "forefathers" speaking from the "mists of memory" - of a different memory. And, it is to their memory that it is dedicated. In its Preface to this book, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the President of the Portuguese Republic writes: "In analyzing the commentaries on the Torah of the Rabbis of Portugal, from the 15th and 16th centuries, the authors of this work are part of a long tradition of making the BOOK always present and always current, according to the central idea of Judaism: "Tikun Olam" - Improving the World. It is, therefore, the universal message of a particular people."