19 Tamuz 5779 / Monday, July 22, 2019 | Torah Reading: mattot
 
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19 Tamuz Rav Bentzion Abba Shaul  
 
 
    The Rosh Yeshiva of Porat Yosef.

   
 
19 Tamuz Rav Avraham HaLevi Patel  
 
 
    (1981). The author of “V’Yomer Avraham.”

   
 
19 Tamuz Rav David HaCohen  
 
 
    The author of “Divrei David.”

   
 
19 Tamuz Rav Yitzchak Halevi Herzog  
 
 
    The Chief Rabbi of Ireland and later Palestine (1888-1959). His father, Rav Yoel Leib Herzog (1865-1933) was Chief Rabbi of Paris. From his birth in 5649 until his 16th birthday, Rav Yitzchak studied with his father. He was given smicha by Rav Yaakov Willowski (the Ridbaz, author of a crucial commentary on the Jerusalem Talmud). In 5676 he was named Chief Rabbi of Belfast, Ireland. Later he served in the same post in Dublin. In 5670, Rav Herzog became Chief Rabbi of all of Ireland. Following the passing of Rav Avraham Yitzchak haCohen Kook in 5695, Rav Herzog was invited to become Eretz Yisrael’s second Ashkenazi chief rabbi. He served in that capacity from 1933 until his petira in 1959.

   
 
19 Tamuz Rav Eliezer Yehuda Finkel  
 
 
    Rosh Yeshivat Mir (1967). Married daughter of Rav Eliyahu Boruch Kamai (rosh yeshiva of Mir) in 1903. Between 1939 and 1941, because many business were taken over by the Soviet government, the Mir Yeshiva left Bilarus. Rav Finkel, many other rabbis and yeshiva students went to Lithuania because that country was still independent. The story of the escape of Mir Yeshiva to Shanghai during WWII has been the subject of several books. After the war, the rabbis and students founded the Mir Yeshiva in Brooklyn, New York. R. Finkel survived to establish the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Moved the yeshiva to Yerushalaim in 1944 until his petira.

   
 
19 Tamuz Rav Yona Stenzel  
 
 
    The initiator of Halacha Yomi and Mishnah Yomi.

   
 

 
 
  
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