26 Av 5776 / Tuesday, August 30, 2016 | Torah Reading: Re'eh
 
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26 Av Rav Yoel Teitelbaum of Sighet, the Satmar Rav  
 
 
    (1888-1979). A descendent of the Yismach Moshe (Rav Moshe Teitelbaum of Ujhel), “Reb Yoilish” traced his ancestry to the Maharsha and the Rema. He received his early training from his father, Rav Yomtov Lipa Teitelbaum, Rav of Sighet and author of Kedushas Yomtov. He then became a chasid of Rav Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam in Shinava (the Divrei Yechezkel). At the age of 17, he was appointed Rav of Musza in Czechoslovakia. After appointments at Orshova and Kroli, he became Rav of Satmar from 1935 to 1944. He was one of 1684 Hungarian Jews saved from the Nazi killing machine as a result of the negotiations of Rav Michael Ber Weissmandl with Adolf Eichmann. In 1946, he arrived in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn and rebuilt the Satmar community. He authored “V'yoel Moshe” and “Divrei Yoel.”

   
 
26 Av Rav Yaakov Ornstein  
 
 
    (1775 – 1839). The Rav of Lvov, he fought the Enlightenment Movement very strongly, and authored “Yeshuos Yaakov,” ten volumes on Shulchan Aruch and commentary on the Torah.

   
 
26 Av Rav Yechi Korach  
 
 
    (1840 – 1881). A great Torah scholar and Kabbalist of Tzina’ah, he authored “Marpeh Lashon,” a commentary on Targum Onkeles.

   
 
26 Av Rav Aharon Moshe Chaim Harari Raful  
 
 
    (1962). He was one the Torah scholars of Aram Tzovah.

   
 
26 Av Rav Yissachar Atzraaf  
 
 
    (1892). He served as the Head of the Beit Din of the Adat HaMaarivim in Jerusalem.

   
 
26 Av Rav Tzion Cohen Yehonatan  
 
 
    (1931). He served as the Head of the Beit Din of Djerba, and authored “Shaarei Tzion.”

   
 
26 Av Rav Maatuk Chadad  
 
 
    (1876). He was the Chief Rabbi of Jerba, Tunisia.

   
 

 
 
  
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