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Shvilei HaHayyim—Jerusalem 1953, copy with dedication of the author to his brother-in-law, Rabbi Asher Freund of Jerusalem
On the parshiyot of the Torah and a pamphlet “Emek Eliyahu” on a few sugiyot of Shas, chiddushim on shmita, with endorsements by the Admor Rabbi Yoel of Satmar on Shmita. By Rabbi Haim Eliyahu Sternberg.  pages, 74, 24 pg. Separate cover for Emek Eliyahu. No binding. Generally good condition. Stains. Cover has dedication handwritten by the author to his brother-in-law. Rabbi Asher Freund (often simply called Reb Usher out of modesty) (1910-2004) was the son of Rabbi Aryeh Mordechai, son of Rabbi Sender Freund, Rabbi of Achta and a grandson of Admorei Porisov, descendants of the "Holy Jew" of Peshischa. Son-in-law of Rabbi Avraham Sternberg of Tzfat (descendent of Rabbi Aharon HaGadol of Karlin). The founder of the community and the "Yad Ezra" institutions, he became known for his great kindness and a great deal of righteousness in an extraordinary and extraordinary way. Developed after becoming known as a miracle worker and a gaon. Established the Yeshiva of Beit Avraham Slonim together with the Rebbe Netivot Shalom and served as overseer, chief and director for many years. One of the most important rabbis of the Satmar Hasidim, who had a great appreciation for the Rebbe Yoel, who chaired the Satmar Yeshiva in Haifa and appointed him to establish a Torah Talmudic network in Israel. He served as rabbi in the Katamon neighborhood of Jerusalem on behalf of the ultra-Orthodox community, and rabbi of the Satmar Synagogue in the neighborhood. Author of Beit Eliyahu and many other books.
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