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• Aug 03, 2016
This comong Monday evening (August 8), is the Yahrtzeit (memorial) of the holy Ari buried in Tzfat.
• Jun 26, 2016
AMUKA

Shabbat Kodesh 26, of the month of Sivan (July 2nd)
is the Yahrtzeit of the famous Talmudic sage
Rabbi Yonathan Ben Uziel z"l

This Shabbat Parshat Korach in Israel and Parashat Sh'lach in the diaspra, is the Yahrtzeit of Rebbe Yonatan Ben Uziel. Rebbe Yonatan Ben Uziel promised that those who will visit his grave especially on his Yahrtzeit will see their salvation and countless stories and experiences bear witness to this truth.

Shidduchem, Children, Health Parnasah and Nachas from Children
• May 01, 2016
This year Lag B'Omer occurs on May 25th, Wednesday evening. Tzidkat Rashbi will B'Ezrat Hashem prepare and serve meals for the thousands of visitors who will come from around the world to spend Lag B'Omer in Miron.

On Thursday the day of Lag B'Omer, Tzidkat Rashbi will prepare and serve over 500,000 meals in our huge tent.

Please join us in a prayer on this holy day. Please pledge your traditional Chai Rotel now.
• Apr 14, 2015
This year Lag B'Omer occurs on May 6th, Wednesday evening. Tzidkat Rashbi will B'Ezrat Hashem prepare and serve meals for the thousands of visitors who will come from around the world to spend Lag B'Omer in Miron.

On Thursday the day of Lag B'Omer, Tzidkat Rashbi will prepare and serve over 500,000 meals in our huge tent.

Please join us in a prayer on this holy day. Please pledge your traditional Chai Rotel now.
• Mar 16, 2015
14 GIVE "FREEDOM" THIS PASSOVER TO NEEDY TZFAT FAMILIES! Passover Food Cards are being distributed to thousands of needy families in Meron and Tzfat. 5,000 children will benefit from your donation. Tzidkat Rashbi is again hosting a huge bazaar this Wednesday at Paltin Hall in Tzfat. Money vouchers have been dispersed to thousands of Tzfat families to purchase necessities at already subsidized prices.
  Shelah Hakadosh - Tveria

Shelah Hakadosh, Rabbi Yasaiah HaLevi Horowitz, Tveria
Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan

Join 1000s of mothers worldwide in reciting the traditional prayer of the Shla"H Hakadosh that should be read annually on Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan for our children.

This special prayer was composed by the Shelah Hakadosh to express the prayers of parents on behalf of their children. The Shelah said that the optimal time for parents to recite this prayer is Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan, but it may be recited anytime.

Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz, the 'Sh'lah' (1565-1630), was born in Prague. A scholar of outstanding reputation, he served as chief Rabbi of Krakow, and more famously, of Frankfort (1610-1620).

After his first wife passed away, Rabbi Horowitz remarried and moved to Israel in 1621. He became the first Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi of Jerusalem.

After being kidnapped by the local pasha, and ransomed by the Jewish community for a backbreaking sum of money, Rabbi Horowitz moved to Tiberias in order to prevent a subsequent kidnapping.

He is known as the 'Sh'lah', which is the abbreviation of the title of his magnum opus, Shnei Luchot HaBrit, a classic work in Jewish tradition, combining insights into the weekly portion, the holidays and Jewish law.

His burial site is in Tiberias, near the tomb of the Rambam. Yahrtzeit - 11, Nisan

The traditional prayer of parents on behalf of their children that is read Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan.

Your Prayer will be recited in Tiberius at the Tomb of the Shela Hakadosh on this special day.
Don't miss the opportunity



 
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