9 Tamuz 5781 / Saturday, June 19, 2021 | Torah Reading: Chukat
 
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9 Tamuz Rav Moshe Chevroni  
 
 
    (1905 – 1975). The Rosh Yeshiva of Chevron Yeshivah, he learned with the Chofetz Chaim as a youth. In 1924 he came to Israel with a group led by the Alter of Slobodka, who established Yeshivas Knesses Yisrael in Chevron. He authored “Masa’as Moshe.”

   
 
9 Tamuz Rav Zalman Sorotzkin  
 
 
    (1881-1966). The Lutzker Rav and author of Oznaim L'Torah, he learned at Volozhin and Slabodka; married the daughter of Rav Eliezer Gordon, Rosh Yeshiva of Telshe, and moved to Telshe to help run the yeshiva. Rav of Voronova at age 30 for 2 years, befriending Rav Chaim Ozer Grodzinski, then served as Rav of Zhetel for 18 years. In 1914, he fled to Minsk and became a close friend of the Chazon Ish. Moved to Lutsk in 1930 as Rav, until WW II. Moved to Eretz Yisroel during the War. Led by Rav Aharon Kotler and the members of the Israeli Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah, Chinuch Atzmai was formed in 1953. Rav Zalman Sorotzkin was chosen to head it.

   
 
9 Tamuz Rav David Chatato Chaduk  
 
 
    He authored “Dagan Bachurim.”

   
 
9 Tamuz Rav Dovid Lipschitz  
 
 
    The Suvalker Rav

   
 
9 Tamuz Rav Yosef Shlomo Dayan  
 
 
    Born in 1924, he passed away in 1985. He was the scion of an honorable family of Chaleiv that produced many scholars and communal servants. He came to Eretz Yisrael with his family at the age of ten, and as a youth organized a rebellion of the students against the missionary directors of his school. He worked tirelessly to help the public, and was known for his complete devotion to Torah study and his knowledge of Kabbalah. For fifteen years he lived in isolation and prayed at the graves of Tannaim and Amoraim in the north of Israel in Hitbodedut. He always hid his greatness in Torah and appeared as a simple person. He learned Kabbalah from Rav Mordechai Sharabi.

   
 
9 Tamuz Rav Yitzchak ben Shangi  
 
 
    (5519/1759). One of the great scholars of Solonika and a Kabbalist of Yeshivat Beit El.

   
 
9 Tamuz Rav Yekutiel Halberstam, the Klausenberger Rebbe  
 
 
    (1905-1994). The great-grandson of the Divrei Chaim of Sanz, he was known for his genius as a child, and received Semicha from the greatest of his generation. As a Holocaust survivor who lost his wife and eleven children he encouraged thousands of Holocaust survivors with his great strength and faith. He worked tirelessly with extreme devotion to rebuild Torah institutions. In 1947 he moved to America, and supported European Jews and Torah institutions in Israel. After founded Kyras Sanz in Netanyah in 1956, he moved there in 1950, and founded a religious hospital Laniado in Netanyah that is directed by Halachic principles. He founded “Mifaal HaShas” that encourages students from all kinds of backgrounds to complete the entire Talmud. His writings have been published and were received with accolade.

   
 

 
 
  
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