14 Sivan 5779 / Monday, June 17, 2019 | Torah Reading: Shelach Lecho
 
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14 Sivan Rav Nissim Chaim Yagen  
 
 
    (1940-1999). Born in Yerushalayim to Chacham Yaakov. Although for his living he ran a soap and detergent store in the Machane Yehuda market, Chacham Yaakov was a regular at HaRav Mordechai Sharabi's Beit HaMidrash. His grandfather was a noted scholar from Aleppo who merited the revelation of Eliyahu Hanovi. Rav Nissim was the oldest son in a family of 14 children; they lived in an apartment of one and a half rooms. He studied in a local cheder and yeshiva ketana, and then for a short period in Slobodke yeshiva in Bnei Brak. When he was 20, he went to Lakewood to learn with Rav Aharon Kotler and Rav Shneur Kotler for 4 years. He also became close to the mashgiach Rav Nosson Wachtfogel. He married a year later and continued his studies in several kollelim. During this time, he regularly attended the mussar shmuessim of HaRav Chaim Shmuelevitz and HaRav Sholom Schwadron. His first appointment was as rosh yeshiva of Yeshivas Ohel Moed. His first step in reaching out to the secular community was to organize a religious community in Givat Ada near Haifa on behalf of Yeshivas Ohr Somayach. He became the rav of the community which numbered 100 families. When he returned to Jerusalem a few years later, he was appointed the mashgiach in Yeshivas Or Baruch in Bayit Vegan. It was during the 1973 Yom Kippur War that Rav Nissim resolved to dedicate his life to helping Jews return to Judaism; shortly after the war, he founded Arachim. He may truly be considered among the founding fathers of the Teshuva Movement. In 1979 he founded Kehilas Yaakov Kollel on Yosef Ben Matityahu street for baalei teshuvah which he continued to run until the end of his life.

   
 
14 Sivan Rav Chaim David Amar  
 
 
    The disciple of Rabbi Chaim ben Atar, the “Ohr HaChaim.”

   
 
14 Sivan Rav Chaim of Volozhin  
 
 
    (1749-1821). The most prominent student of the Vilna Gaon, Rav Chaim established the Volozhin yeshiva in 1803, which was to become the classic model of Lithuanian yeshiva. His most famous work was Nefesh Hachaim, in which he emphasizes the power of Torah study and fulfillment of mitzvos to bring a Jew close to G-d. He also authored Ruach Chaim, a commentary on Pirke Avos, and Nishmas Chaim, a collection of responsa.

   
 
14 Sivan Rav Avraham Rappaport  
 
 
    He served as the Head of the Kollel “Atarat Yosef” in Tel Aviv.

   
 
14 Sivan Rav Yosef Cohen Yehonatan  
 
 
    The author of “Lesaper B’Tzion.”

   
 
14 Sivan Rav Nissim Yitzcak Ardit  
 
 
    (5584/1824). One of the great Torah scholars of Izmir, Turkey, he authored “Ner Yitzchak.”

   
 

 
 
  
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