Consent of Rabbi Asher Weiss Shlita

“How great is the privilege and how merry the heart is in the tops of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.” In fact. “

And I saw wonderful files from the Torah innovations that brought up wonderful innovations in clarity, honesty, and great depth.

Rabbi Yaakov Wolf, Shlita, is the conductor of all the sacred works.

A great mitzvah and an immense right to strengthen and embrace them and to support this sublime enterprise. And blessed is he who shares this wonderful mitzvah

Bikra Daurita

Asher Weiss

The consent of Rabbi Dov Lior Shlita

in honor of

Rabbi Yaakov Wolf

Rosh Beit Midrash for matters of sanctity

Raises the olives


At the beginning of my remarks, I congratulate everyone on the welcome initiative to establish a beit midrash on a subject that not many people deal with.

There is no doubt that dealing with these sacred issues brings the end of our redemption closer.

And all the supporters and contributors of maintaining this important Torah institution in Jerusalem the Holy City are doing a very great mitzvah and everyone will be blessed from heaven.

The seal in honor of the Torah

Rabbi Dov Lior

Local rabbi

Kiryat Arba – Hebron

The consent of Rabbi Avigdor Nevenzal Shlita

Peace and blessings to the holders of the Torah and its supporters Shlita!

I was privileged today to see the fruit of the holy coops of the Torah followers of the students studying sacred matters in the Beit Midrash Zichron Moshe, which is on the Mount of Olives, in East Jerusalem, near the Temple Mount, and the things are wonderful.

Blessed is he who supports and strengthens this holy place, and will soon see “and set his feet on that day on the Mount of Olives” with all our brethren the beit of Israel shlita.

As the petition of the young Levites

Avigdor is exploited

The consent of Rabbi Amiel Sternberg Shlita

Looking up at the heights of the mountains, the platform of the world, the place of our temple forever and it is the gate of heaven, wise disciples sit up on the Mount of Olives and wait for salvation, from engaging in the Torah of God is our stronghold.

The Beit Midrash, headed by Rabbi Yaakov Wolf Shlita, although small in quantity, is in quality according to its trend, and deals with this wisdom in the Seder Kedashim (Shabbat 51), in the Torah of the Temple and its work.

It is appropriate to elevate and glorify the Beit Midrash, so that it will flourish, and will add courage and light of Torah to Jerusalem and its Bible, to make happy the hearts of its sons and lovers of Torah.

With blessing and hope for salvation

Amiel Sternberg

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