Chassidic History / Chassidut Satmar / Holocaust / Jewish History

Międzyrzec Podlaski – Mezeritch – miasto, cmentarz, ludzie…

B”H A very sad video about the Jewish history in Eastern Europe.  The truth of the matter is that this great era in Jewish history is lost. The Holocaust destroyed everything and there isn’t too much Yiddishkeit left in today’s Eastern Europe. Despite all kinds of Chabad Shluchim.  Holocaust survivors moved to the US, to … Continue reading

Anti - Zionism / Books / Chassidut Satmar

Free Download: “Vayoel Moshe” by the Satmarer Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum

B”H A free download of Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum’s famous book “Vayoel Moshe”. The book is about Anti – Zionism and the reason why Satmar rejects the idea of modern Zionism.  The book is in Hebrew only!!! Continue reading

Chassidut Belz / Chassidut Satmar / Chassidut Toldot Aharon / Chassidut Toldot Avraham Yitzchak

Historic Visit: Toldot Avraham Yitzchak Rebbe meeting the Belzer Rebbe

  For those of you who know the Toldot Aharon / Toldot Aharon Yitzchak and the Belzer history, this is a historic event: The Toldot Avraham Yitzchak Rebbe was visiting the Belzer Rebbe before Yom Kippur. Chassidut Toldot Avraham Yitzchak is a member of the Edah HaCharedit. The Belzer left the Edah a long time … Continue reading

Books / Chassidic History / Chassidut Belz / Chassidut Satmar / Haredi Women

Women in Chassidism: “Aidel Rokeach of Brody”

B”H The Israeli researcher Rachel Elior mentions in the English version of her book DYBBUKS AND JEWISH WOMEN (page 112) the daughter of Rebbe Shalom Rokeach (1783 – 1855) of Belz. It says that Aidel, the Rebbe’s daughter, did not integrate into the traditional female role in Chassidism. Instead, she lived in Brody and was … Continue reading

Chassidut Belz / Chassidut Gur / Chassidut Satmar / Haredi World / Kotel (Western Wall) / Uncategorized

Historic Photographs of Gedolim

B”H Here are a few great photos of Gedolim. I have to stress that I DO NOT OWN these pictures but they were sent to me by a Jewish news site I subscribe !!! New York 1946: The Belzer Rebbe Aharon Rokeach. Poland 1930: The Gerrer Imrei Emet walking through a forest. Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum … Continue reading