1 Iyar 5781 / Tuesday, April 13, 2021 | Torah Reading: Tazria - Metzora
 
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1 Iyar Rav Menachem Mendel of Vitebsk  
 
 
    (1730-1788). One of the great Polish Torah leaders, he was a student of the Maggid of Mezeritch, Rabbi Dov Ber. He was the leader of Chassidus in White Russia and Lithuania from 1773. He stood at the head of the immigration to Israel in 1777, and settled

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Tzvi Hirsch Ashkenazi, the Chacham Tzvi  
 
 
    (1660-1718); learned in Salinka at 14 years of age under Rav Eliyahu Covo; married the daughter of the Av Beis Din of Altuna-Hamburg- Wandsbeck (AHU) in 1689, and succeeded him in 1705; became Azhkenazi Rav of Amsterdam in 1710; went to Temishlev, Poland in 1714; then to Lemberg (Lvov); father of Rav Yaakov Emden.

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Moshe Shalom  
 
 
    (5466/1706). One of the Rabbis of Tunisia, he authored “Yismach Moshe.”

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Yitzchak Chazan  
 
 
    (1990). He was a member of the Higher Beit Din of Israel, and authored “Yechaveh Daat.”

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Yissachar Chachmon HaDayan  
 
 
    (1961).

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Abba Shaul  
 
 
    One of the Mishnaic sages, of Rabbi Akiva’s time.

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Avrohom of Slonim, the Beit Avraham  
 
 
    (1884 -1933), grandson of the founder of Slonimer Chasidus, the Chesed L’Avraham. He founded a great center of Slonimer Chassidim in Baranowitch in 1916, and the Yeshivah Toras Chesed in 1918. He visited Eretz Yisrael in 1929 and 1933, and passed away soon afterwards.

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Yosef HaLevy Migash  
 
 
    (4901/1141). Known as the Ri M’Gash, he was the Rav of the Rambam’s father, and the Rambam considered him his Rav.

   
 
1 Iyar Rav Yosef Yuska  
 
 
    (5460/1700). The author of “Yesod Yosef.”

   
 

 
 
  
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