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Lev Bnei YisraelRabbi Binyamin Rachmanov

"Lev Bnei Yisrael" Project

"Lev Bnei Yisrael" Project - this is a project and campaign fundraiser to print for the very first time over 1800 pages if Torah given by the Rabbi Shlomo Halberstam Zatzal 

The Project will be over 26 volumes Hebrew, Yiddish, English, Russian and more. 

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Almost 2,000 pages of Divrei Torah from the Bobover Rebbe Rav Shlomo Halberstam ztz"l - that he said between the years 1950 and 1985


Almost 2,000 pages of Divrei Torah from the Bobover Rebbe Rav Shlomo Halberstam ztz"l - that he said between the years 1950 and 1985 


The Bobover Ruv Reb Shloime'le after replanting the Bobover kehila in NY led his chasidim for more than half a decade. Other than his father the Kdushas Tzion that didn't say toireh by his tish on a formal basis only once in a while or in a shmees with his chaseedim and he would talk to them divrei torah and hadracha, his son Rav Shloime would say a long toireh by every tish [Friday night, Shabos morning known as kiddish toireh and some years also by shalosh seudos] b'derech derush also including a long shmees. Some chosen toires were published in the yarchonim kovetz Kerem Shlomo. The Steipler Gaon Rav Yaakov Yisroel Kanievsky when he learnt the divrei Torah he said "the Bobover Ruv is Melech ha'derush bedoreinu". But not only did his toireh interest talmidei chachamim it also ignited a lite of teshuva in the hearts of his chaseedim and every yid that listened to his words that came out straight from his pure heart. R' Shloime was beloved by his chasidim they felt he was to them like their own father till the day he passed away Rosh chodesh Av year 2000 and till today his talmidim still remember him with love and learn his seforim Divrei Shloime and Likitei Kerem Shloime and it warms up their hearts to avodas hashem. May his memory be a blessing. 

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