A unique and prestigious residential project in now being built in Mekor Haim Street in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Aaron, at the Divrei Yoel Yahrzeit meal, restated Satmar principles against any compromise, against any home Internet use, against unrestricted business use of the Internet, and against unfiltered use of cellular phones.
Preparations are underway for the Munkatcher wedding that will be held on Sunday, September 3. Chaim Elazar Horowitz will marry Sarah Ruchel, daughter of Rabbi Shmuel Dovid Krausz, Udvarer Rav. The chassan is the eldest son of Rabbi Yosef Horowitz, Munkatcher Rosh Yeshiva and son-in-law of the Munkatcher Rebbe. Rabbi Yosef is the son of Rabbi Alter Yechezkel Horowitz, zt”l (1930-1994), beloved Boro Park Vienner Dayan.
The kabbalas panim will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Munkatcher Beis Medrash for men and in the Sefardishe Shul for ladies. The chuppah will be held at the Munkatcher Beis Medrash.
Shabbos Sheva Berachos will take place in Williamsburg and will include the participation of the chassidishe rebbe grandfathers. The Munkatcher Rebbe has not conducted a Shabbos in Williamsburg in more than ten years. The Rebbe’s visit is generating great attention. Arrangements are being made to accommodate the thousands of chassidim that will converge to be with their rebbes for the celebration on Shabbos. The Sheva Berachos meals will be served in the Imperial Hall while a separate venue, the Rose Castle, has been chosen for tefillas and tisch, which are expected to draw larger crowds. A telephone number (347-581-0869) has been designated for the arrangement of accommodations for guests.
Friday night Shabbos Sheva Berachos will be hosted by the kallah’s father at the Imperial Hall and will be led by the Verdainer Rebbe. Simultaneously, the Munkatcher Rebbe will be conducting his tisch at the Rose Castle. The Shabbos noon meal will have everyone together at the Imperial. Sholosh Seudos will be held in the Udvarer Beis Medrash. The Munkatcher Rebbe, whose minhag is not to have Sheva Berachos at Shalosh Seudos, will be at the Rose Castle.
The Udvarer Rav is the son-in-law of Rabbi Yosef Leifer, Verdaner Rebbe in Flatbush and author of Divrei Torah; son of Rabbi Aaron Moshe Leifer, zt”l Hy”d (d. 1944) Grossverdaner Rebbe and author of Vayakhel Moshe; son of Rabbi Yesochor Dov Bertcha Leifer, zt”l (1845-1906), Nadvorna Rebbe in Satmar and author of Lekutei Yesochor; son of Rabbi Mordechai Leifer, zt”l (1824-1894), Nadvorner Rebbe and author of Maamar Mordechai; son of Rabbi Yesochor Bertche Leifer, zt”l (d. 1848), founding Nadvorner Rebbe and author of Sisrei Torah.
The Verdaner Rebbe is the son-in-law of Rabbi Yitzchok Isaac Rosenbaum, zt”l (1908-2000), Zuchka Rebbe; son of Rabbi Isomor Rosenbaum, zt”l (1886-1973), Nadvorner Rebbe, and son-in-law of Rabbi Noson Dovid Hollander, zt”l (d. 1838), Amasna Rav. Rabbi Isomor, who became a rebbe at the age of 15 in the city of Chernowitz, was the son of Rabbi Meir Rosenbaum, zt”l (1852-1908), Kretchnifer Rebbe and the only son authorized by his father to write kamayos (amulets). Rabbi Meir was the son of Rabbi Mordechai, zt”l (1824-1895), Nadvorner Rebbe and author of Tiferes Mordechai; son of Rabbi Yesochor Bertche Leifer, zt”l (d. 1848), founding Nadvorner Rebbe and author of Mamar Mordechai.
The kallah’s father is the son of Rabbi Sholom Krausz, zt”l (1915-2010), Udvarer Rav and author of Divrei Sholom. The kallah’s father served as Udvarer Dayan and as right-hand to his father. The Divrei Sholom was the son of Rabbi Shmuel Dovid Krausz, zt”l (d. 1935), Udvary Rav; son of Rabbi Sholom Krausz, zt”l, Legemihali Rav; son-in-law of Rabbi Yehoshua Boruch Reinitz, zt”l (1823-1912), Chetovitzer Rav and author of Michtav Harishon Vehasheni; son of Rabbi Noson Feitel Reinitz, zt”l (d. 1862), Mahder Rav and author of Divrei Ranaf; son of Rabbi Avrohom Reinitz zt”l, Wiskerchiner Rav. Rabbi Yehoshua Boruch was a son-in-law of Rabbi Asher Anshel Jungreis, zt”l (1806-1873), revered Chenger Rav and author of Menuchas Asher.
Rabbi Sholom married Rebbetzin Hentchie Miriam a”h, daughter of Rabbi Yisroel Avrohom Alter Landau, zt”l (18-1942), Edeliener Rav and author of Beis Yisroel, who was married to Rebbetzin Rochel, a”h Hy”d (d. 1944), daughter of Rabbi Yeshayele Steiner, zt”l (1852-1925), greatly adored Keresturer Rebbe. After the passing of his father in1935, the young Rabbi Sholom was appointed as successor. This appointment was assisted by the personal intervention of Rabbi Sholom Eliezer Halberstam, zt”l Hy”d (1862-1944), Ratzferter Rebbe.
Verpelet Beis Hillel Chassunah
On Wednesday, August 22, Avohom Shlomo Lebovich will marry the daughter of Rabbi Naphtali Tannenbaum, Rav of Beis Medrash Ayeles Hashachar Verpelet In Kiryas Yoel. The chassan is the son of Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Lebovitz, Rosh Yeshiva Woodbridge, NY; son of Rabbi Yitzchok Lebowitz, Woodbridge Rav. Rabbi Yaakov Moshe is the son-in-law of Rabbi Eliezer Chaim Blum, Kasho Rebbe.
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