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Scion of a Great ‘Lithuanian’ Dynasty Passes Away

This he did, while also organizing around him a study circle that included … establishment of a Jewish state – on the grounds that a secular Jewish state in … In this, his community of Briskers was allied with the city’s strictest … today exist in Jerusalem: the flagship institution in the central neighborhood of …

Yitzchok Zev Soloveitchik

From Wikipedia
Yitzchok Zev Halevi Soloveitchik (Hebrew: יצחק זאב הלוי סולובייצ’יק), also known as Velvel Soloveitchik (“Zev” means “wolf” in Hebrew, and “Velvel” is the diminutive of “wolf” in Yiddish) or as the Brisker Rov (“rabbi of/from Brisk”, (19 October 1886, Valozhyn – 11 October 1959, Jerusalem), was an Orthodox rabbi and rosh yeshiva of the Brisk yeshiva in Jerusalem, Israel. He was a son of Rabbi Chaim Soloveitchik of Brisk. He is also commonly referred to as the GRYZ, an acronym for Gaon Rabbi Yitzchak Zev (“sage Rabbi Isaac Wolf”) and “The Rov”.

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עם הגאון רבי מנחם זמבא

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הרב מבריסק בירושלים

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הרב מנחם זמבא עם הגאון מבריסק

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