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1) 06/01/19 | Siman 345:7b Download Here

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Upcoming yohrtzeits

15 Shevat - R' Chaim Mordechai Margulies (1823) ben R' Mordechai Manish, author of Shaarei Teshuva on Shulchon Aruch
15 Shevat - R' Gedalya Ahron Rabinowitz of Linetz (1878),ben R' Yitzchok Yoel, author of Chein Ahron, grandson of the author of Teshuas Chein, R' Gedalia of Linitz

 

16 Shevat - R' Yonah Navon (1760) ben R' Channan, author of Nichpeh Bekesef
16 Shevat - R' Yaakov Hager of Zablatov (1881) ben R' David, grandson of R' Menachem Mendel of Kosov
16 Shevat - R' Sholom Mordechai Schwadron (1911) ben ben R' Moshe HaKohen the Maharsham of Berazhen Author of Daas Torah, a halachic work that was the final psak for many in his area. He is the grandfather of the Magid of Yerusholayim, who bore the same name.

 

17 Shevat - R' Chaim Palagi (1868) ben R' Yaakov, Rov of Izmir and author of 72 seforim, including Moed Lechol Chai

17 Shevat - R' Yechezkel of Kuzmir (1855) ben R' Tzvi Hirsh, grandfather of the first Modzitzer Rebbe
 

18 Shevat - R' Yaakov Margulies (1490), Rov of Nuremburg, author of Seder Haget Vehachalitza

18 Shevat - R' Elimelech Menachem Mendel (1936) ben R' Dov Beirish Landau of Strikov

18 Shevat - R' Binyomin Beinush Finkel (1990) ben R' Eliezer Yehuda, Rosh Yeshiva of Mir Yerusholayim
 

19 Shevat - R' Yitzchok Boruch (1905) ben R' Eliyahu Sofer, father of the Kaf HaChaim.
19 Shevat - R' Shmuel (1916) ben R' Yechiel Michel Ahron Weinberg of Slonim, the Divrei Shmuel

19 Shevat - R' Shimon (1930) ben R' Yehuda Greenfeld of Semihay, the Maharshag, a talmid of the Maharam Shick

 

20 Shevat - R' Chaim Dovid "Doctor" Bernhard of Pietrokov (1850) ben Yisachor Ber was a secular doctor, who R' Dovid of Lelov made into a Baal Teshuva and brought him to the Chozeh. After the Chozeh's passing, he became a talmid of the Radoshitzer. He became a great Chassidic Rebbe.

20 Shevat - R' Yosef of Yampola (1812) ben R' Yechiel Mechel of Zlotchov

20 Shevat - R' Ovadyah Hadyah (1969) ben R' Sholom was a mekubal of Yeshiva Beit El and Rov in Yerushloayim. Author of Responsa Yaskil Avdi, a greatly respected halachic work.

 

21 Shevat - R' Yehudah Leib Chanales of Lublin (1596) ben R' Meir of Lublin, the Maharlach, author of VaYigash Yehudah
21 Shevat - R' Moshe (1689) ben R' Yehonoson Galanti, Rov of Yerushalayim

21 Shevat - R' Yaakov ben R' Eliezer Weidenfeld (1894), father of the Tchebiner Rov, author of Kochav MiYaakov
21 Shevat - R' Yitzchak ben R' Mordechai of Neshchitz (1868), author of Toldos Yitzchok

21 Shevat - R' Yechiel Meir ben R' Yaakov Tzvi Lipschitz of Gostinin (1888), talmid of the Kotzker, Chidushei HaRim and the Avnei Nezer, author of Merom HaRim, Tzof HaRim and Mei Hayam. He was known as the "Baal HaTehilim". The Kotzker said that he was one of the 36 hidden tzadikim.

21 Shevat - R' Yechiel Yehoshua ben R' Yerachmiel Tzvi Rabinowitz (1982), the Biala Rebbe, author of Chelkas Yehoshua

21 Shevat - R' Yehoshua Heschel ben R' Mordechai Dovid Brim (1986), Rosh Yeshiva of Tiferes Yisroel of Ruzhin-Yerusholayim
 

22 Shevat - R' Menachem Mendel ben R' Leibush Morgenstern of Kotzk (1859)

22 Shevat - R' Yehuda Leib ben R' Shlomo Eiger of Lublin (1888), known as Reb Leibele Eiger, author of Toras Emes, grandson of R' Akiva Eiger
22 Shevat - R' Yehuda Zev ben R' Moshe Yitzchok HaLevi Segal (1993), the legendary Manchester Rosh Yeshiva

 

23 Shevat - R' Yehoshua ben R' Sholom Rokeach of Belz (1894)

23 Shevat - R' Moshe ben R' Meir Kliers (1934), Rov of Teverya and author of Toras HaEretz
 

24 Shevat - R' Shaul Halevi Mortira (1660), Av Beis Din of Amsterdam, author of Givat Shaul
24 Shevat - R' Avrohom Yechiel Michel of Halberstadt (1730) ben R' Uziel, author of Nezer HaKodesh

 

25 Shevat - R' Yisroel ben R' Zev Volf Lipkin (1883) best known as R' Yisroel Salanter, founder of the Mussar movement

25 Shevat - R' Mordechai Pogramansky, the Iluy of Telz (1950)
 

26 Shevat - R' Dovid ben R' Shmuel Halevi (1667) the Taz, son-in-law of the Bach, Reb Yoel Sirkis
26 Shevat - R' Shaul ben R' Elazar Brach of Kashau (1940), author of Shaul Sha'al
26 Shevat - R' Yaakov ben R' Moshe Yehuda Leib Landau (1986), Rov of Bnei Brak

26 Shevat - R' Ephraim ben R' Benzion Borodiansky (1990) of Yeshiva Kol Torah, author of Binyan Ephraim
 

27 Shevat - R' Mordechai Yosef Elazar ben R' Gershon Henoch Leiner of Radzin (1929) author of Tiferes Yosef

27 Shevat - R' Alexander Sender ben R' Ephraim Sender Shor (1737), author of Tevuos Shor

27 Shevat - R' Elazar Rokeach (1837) , author of Responsa Shemen Rokeach, fought against reform together with the Chasam Sofer, R' Akiva Eiger and R' Chaim Benet

27 Shevat - R' Yosef Zundel Hutner, Rov of Eishinshok, author of Bikurei Yosef (1919)

27 Shevat - R' Mordechai ben R' Simcha Shmuel Shulman (1982), son-in-law of R' Yitzchak Isaac Sher and Rosh Yeshiva of Slabodka in Bnei Brak
27 Shevat - Reb Menachem Nochum ben Ahron Twersky (1871) was named after his great-grandfather, the Meor Einayim. He passed away about a year before his father on Shabbos Shkalim/ Mevarchim - Parshas Mishpatim. His father made reference to this by saying:
הִנֵּה אָנֹכִי שֹׁלֵחַ מַלְאָכִי לְפָנֶיךָ "Behold I send my Malach before you". This is a slight change from a posuk in Mishpatim

 

28 Shevat - R' Menachem Nochum ben R' Yochanon of Rachmastrivka (1937) (his cousin, who had the same name, had his yartzeit yesterday) passed away in Eretz Yisroel

28 Shevat - R' Mordechai ben R' Moshe Gedalia of Zvhil (1979), descendant of the Magid of Zlochov.
 

29 Shevat - R' Chananya Yom Tov (Lipa) ben R' Yekusiel Yehuda Teitelbaum, the Kedushas Yom Tov. His sons were the Satmar Rebbe, R' Yoel, and the Atzei Chaim, R' Chaim Tzvi.
29 Shevat - R' Nosson Tzvi ben R' Moshe Finkel (1927), the "Alter of Slabodka"
29 Shevat - R' Yitzchak Yerucham ben R' Moshe Yehoshua Yehudah Leib Diskin (1925)

29 Shevat – Reb Elchonon Halpern – pioneer and builder of kehilla in Golders Green -  Rov of Beis Shmuel Radomishel – London (2015)


30 Shevat - R' Menachem Mendel ben R' Boruch Bendet of Shklov (1827), one of the most famous talmidim of the Gra. Was known as an expert in Kabbala. Made aliyah to Eretz Yisroel in 1808.

30 Shevat -Rav Moshe of Zaloshin, author of Mishpat Tzedek, Tikkun Shabbos, and Geulas Yisrael (1788-1831). In 1815, he was appointed leader of the chassidic community in Zaloshin.
30 Shevat -Rav Shmuel Abba of Horedenka (1895). Son of Rav Baruch of Vishnitz, the Imrei Baruch
30 Shevat -Rav Yerucham Fishel Perla (1846-1934). Born in Warsaw in 1846 and studied under R’ Yehoshua Leib Diskin in Lomza and under R’ Yosef Dov Halevi Soloveitchik. While he was still young, he was offered prestigious rabbinates, including in Lublin and Krakow, but he turned them down so he could continue his studies. He is known for his encyclopedic commentary to the Sefer Ha’mitzvot by R’ Saadiah Gaon.

Tue, 22 January 2019 16 Shevat 5779