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Rabbinic studies

At the end of the studies at the yeshiva, dozens of abrakhs who are suitable for the program, will continue to study at a high kollel even after their marriage, which provides tools for studying at a high level and preparation for the chief rabbinical

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Learning in the beit midrash (zall) Yeshiva Gedola

The studies take place from morning to evening, about 360 students in a Yeshiva Gedola (senior yeshiva), accompanied by dozens of veteran rabbis, who give personal attention to each one, giving the students the opportunity to deepen, progress and immerse themselves in a quality study

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Learning in the beit midrash (zall) Yeshiva Ketana

The studies take place from morning to evening, about 200 students in a Yeshiva Ketana (the junior yeshiva), accompanied by many rabbis, who give personal attention to each one, giving the students the opportunity to deepen, progress and immerse themselves in a quality study that

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The prayer in the yeshiva

Prayer lights up our lives, it lifts us a touch above the ground and gives us confidence, light and hope. In the yeshiva special emphasis is placed on prayer at length and deepening the interpretation of the words which keeps the students occupied throughout the

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The lessons in the classrooms

Lessons are held every day, the dedicated rabbinical team, gives in-depth lessons on the subjects studied and gives the students the tools to study independently after the lesson. If there is something unclear, the rabbis will receive the students in a friendly manner throughout the

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An uplifting Shabbat in Miron

As every year, we had the privilege of being on a particularly uplifting Shabbat at Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai’s in Miron. With a special program together with the team of rabbis from the yeshiva.

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A gallery from studies at the Beit Midrash

B”H this year we expanded! 300 students in the Yeshiva Gedola, 180 students in the Yeshiva Ketana! Studying from morning to evening with full vigor, enlightening the world with Torah and Hasidisus and spreading the light, in the city and the surrounding area. Photo: Levi

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