The managers

Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Hutner

Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Hutner zt”l was born in Warsaw in 1911. His father, Rabbi Yehudah Leib Hutner zt”l, was one of the most important rabbinic judges in Warsaw, while his grandfather, Rabbi Yosef Zundel Hutner zt”l, rabbi of Eišiškės in Lithuania, authored books and novellae on the Talmud and the Shulchan Arukh. Another grandfather, from the side of his mother, Batsheva, was Rabbi Yehudah Halevy Segal, one of the elder rabbis of Warsaw. read more

Rabbi Aaron Batt

Rabbi Aaron Batt was born in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. While his parents earned their living in the printing business, they were imbued with a sense of mission and were heavily involved in Jewish education and the leadership of the Jewish community. Rabbi Batt’s father, with the encouragement of many rabbis, including the Lubavitcher Rebbe, undertook a personal project to spread the Mishnah Yomit (the study of a Mishnah a day) in the United States. Rabbi Aaron inherited this spirit of public duty from his father.  read more

Uri was born on January 17, 1946, in Hilversum, Holland. His parents had managed to recover all four of their children alive and well from their hiding place during the Holocaust, and also to find two daughters of their friends. Additionally, they brought back another thirty orphaned survivors to join their home and family. Uri was the first baby born in this home/institution after the Holocaust, and his birth brought hope and joy to all the children.  read more

HaRav Steinberg

Steinberg was born in 1947 in a displaced persons camp in Hof, Germany. He immigrated with his parents as an infant to Israel (1949). His father, Rabbi Moshe Steinberg zt"l, served as the Rabbi of Kiryat Yam, and he spent a lot of time teaching his son Torah.   read more

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