16 Adar 5781 / Sunday, February 28, 2021 | Torah Reading: Tetzaveh
 
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16 Adar Rav Pinchas Menachem Alter, Gerrer Rebbe  
 
 
    Died in Jerusalem, 1996. The fifth son of Reb Avraham Mordechai Alter (the Imrei Emes), Reb Pinchas was born in the resort town of Palinitz, Poland. His father was 60 years old at the time. In 1946, he married his cousin, and two years later, his father passed away. Three of the Imrei Emes’ sons became Rebbe of Ger: Reb Yisrael (the Beis Yisroel, nifter 1977), Reb Simcha Bunim (the Lev Simcha, nifter 1992), and Reb Pinchas Menachem (the Pnei Menachem). However, Reb Pinchas Menachem was Rosh Yeshiva of Sefat Emet of Ger in Yerushalayim from the time he was 30, and was head of Agudas Yisrael after the passing away of of Reb Yitzchak Meir Levine.

   
 
16 Adar Rav Elazar Menachem Mendel Biderman  
 
 
    (1827 – 1883). The Lelever Rebbe. He became the head of the Chassidic community in Jerusalem when he and his father, the Admor, came to Jerusalem in 1850, and his father suddenly passed away. He was known for his long prayers filled with longing for Hashem. He went to the Kotel, the Western Wall, every day, despite oppression from the Arab residents. He bore many pains and sufferings but was never heard to complain, and his face shone with happiness at all times.

   
 
16 Adar Rav Nissim Yarchi  
 
 
    One of the great sages of Tunisia.

   
 
16 Adar Rav Yitzchak Bracha  
 
 
    (5532/1772). One of the great scholars of Israel, he authored “Barech Yitzchak.”

   
 
16 Adar Rav Mordechai Azran  
 
 
    (5698) One of the sages of Yerushalayim. Author of "Am Mordechai"

   
 

 
 
  
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