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Rabbi Dr. Bernie Kastner

Rabbi Dr. Bernie ‘Baruch’ Kastner is one of WebYeshiva.org’s first recipients of rabbinic ordination. Rabbi Kastner is a graduate of Yeshiva University and Columbia University. He served as an administrator at the Mount Sinai Medical Center and later on as an associate director of the AVI CHAI Foundation. His family made Aliyah from New York […]

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Rabbi Brovender Receives NBN Bonei Zion Prize

Rabbi Brovender was the recipient of the 2017 Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion prize for education. The ceremony took place at the Knesset on June 21st, ב תמוז and was featured in this Jerusalem Post article and here on the Times Of Israel. To make a donation in honor of this special occasion click here. The […]

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Rabbi Brovender Interview With Nachum Segal

Rabbi Brovender was recently interviewed by Nachum Segal on JM in the AM. He spoke about living in Jerusalem at the time of the Six Day War, his journey through fifty years in Torah education, and being the recipient of the 2017 Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion prize for education. The full segment can be found […]

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Jerusalem of Agnon and Amichai

To mark Yom Yerushalayim and the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem Rabbi Jeffrey Saks will discuss the role the city plays in the prose of Agnon and the poetry of Yehuda Amichai — and explore points of contact between them. This special event will take place live Sunday at 7pm, May 21 at Beit […]

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Hungarian Language Program Launches

Előadások magyarul Rabbi Jeffrey Saks was on hand in Budapest this week for the official launch of the WebYeshiva.org Hungarian language program. Two classes, Zsidó etika – a talmudi Bölcsek útmutatásának aktualitása and Talmudi ízelítő will be running through mid-January 2017. They are being taught by Rabbi Balla Zsolt and Rabbi Szántó-Várnagy Binjomin, respectively. For students who cannot attend live, classes can […]

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