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Call from the Admor of Solkolov [Kotzk] to the Residents of Palestine

Rare leaflet in which the Admor responds to various claims raised in favor of staying within the zionist camp: as it is written: Greetings to all who love the Torah - he who loves the Torah, peace is with him from beginning, (He) fights his fight ... and when the Holy One gave his covenant of peace to Pinchas, he caused peace, and he concludes: Rare leaflet in which the Admor responds to various claims raised in favor of staying within the zionist camp: as it is written: Greetings to all who love the Torah - he who loves the Torah, peace is with him from beginning, (He) fights his fight ... and when the Holy One gave his covenant of peace to Pinchas, he caused peace, and he concludes: Rare leaflet in which the Admor responds to various claims raised in favor of staying within the zionist camp: as it is written: Greetings to all who love the Torah - he who loves the Torah, peace is with him from beginning, (He) fights his fight ... and when the Holy One gave his covenant of peace to Pinchas, he caused peace, and he concludes: [1866-1940] was among the leaders of Polish Jewry before the Holocaust. Great-grandson of Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Kotzk, and son of Rabbi David Morgenstern, the second Admor of Kotzk. He began to serve as rabbi of Sokolov in 1900, a role he served for 40 years. After his father passed away in 1905, he began to serve as Admor. Chassidim came to his court in Sokolov from all over the world for blessings and salvations. From the beginning of his leadership, he was involved in all the affairs of the Jewish community in Poland, becoming famous as a speaker, an organizer and successful author. He was in touch with all the Jewish leadership in Poland of the time, including Rabbi Elchanan Wasserman, Rabbi Menachem Ziemba and others. Among the founders of the 'Agudat HaRabbanim' of Poland, chosen to participate in the delegation of Polish Rabbis to the Rabbi's conference in Peterburg in 1910 which was assembled by order of Czar Nicolas with the participation of rabbinic leaders. He was later appointed to Agudat Yisrael's Council of Torah Sages and participated in all their conferences. He stood at the head of uncompromising struggles with the zionist movement. In 1924, he visited Palestine with a delegation from the Council of Torah Sages which included the Admor of Gur. In this framework, he attempted to make peace between Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaKohen Kook and Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld. Following the visit, he called on his chassidim to immigrate, and attempted to establish a settlement for Sokolov chassidim in the Land of Israel, but it didn't work out. The author Aharon Sorosky brings interesting testimony from his student, Shimon Wassertzug, saying that in 1935 he said that it appears that it was heavenly ordained that Jewish leaders were mistaken with respect to the Land of Israel and that it was Hash-m's will that the Land be built by Jews who were not Torah observant [She'erit Yitzchak p. 129].Size: 42x25 cm. Slight stains and tears. Fine condition.Read more

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Important Collection of Rabbinic Letters.

Among them, we will mention: A handwritten letter by Rabbi Moshe Tukachinsky 1954 [a touching letter in which the rabbi expresses 'the love and joy of your devoted uncle ...']; a certificate of excellence from the 'Tiferet Tziyon' yeshiva from the first of Nissan 1942, signed by R' Avraham Yitzchak Gershonowitz and Rabbi Yaakov Schnidman ['The student Naftali Tepli ... passed the test ... the general examination which took place with the participation of the geonim R' Yerucham Warhaftig ]; letter on a scholarly topic by Rabbi Menachem Kahane [written on an aerogram] in which he counts them number of times various expressions are used in braitas: 'simanim d'oraita,' 'naaseh k'tzvach al beito she'nafal,' 'sha'ah achat samuch l'gneivatah' and more]; a letter with the signatures of Rabbi Yitzchak Wachtfogel and Rabbi Meir Horowitz; two letters handwritten and signed by Rabbi Avigdor Nebenzahl - both with short halachic responsa [in the laws of niddah, finance and another, in which he writes "I don't know," "Forgetfulness is common" and the like]; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Tzvi Meir Bergman on a personal issue ["I would ask that you be calm, I forgive you and there is no resentment here, heaven forbid]; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Berish Zaltz [1952 - responsa on a financial issue]; letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Chaim Wolkin - answering a number of questions on various topics [definition of 'shvita' on Shabbat 'Not resting only to have a day off, but do it for the sake of Hash-m' and more]; ordination certificate with the signature of Rabbi Yitzchak Wachtfogel - 1950; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Refael Kook; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Nissim Toledano; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Neriah while he was in Meron, regarding various topics; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Shalom HaLevi Eisen; and more.Among them, we will mention: A handwritten letter by Rabbi Moshe Tukachinsky 1954 [a touching letter in which the rabbi expresses 'the love and joy of your devoted uncle ...']; a certificate of excellence from the 'Tiferet Tziyon' yeshiva from the first of Nissan 1942, signed by R' Avraham Yitzchak Gershonowitz and Rabbi Yaakov Schnidman ['The student Naftali Tepli ... passed the test ... the general examination which took place with the participation of the geonim R' Yerucham Warhaftig ]; letter on a scholarly topic by Rabbi Menachem Kahane [written on an aerogram] in which he counts them number of times various expressions are used in braitas: 'simanim d'oraita,' 'naaseh k'tzvach al beito she'nafal,' 'sha'ah achat samuch l'gneivatah' and more]; a letter with the signatures of Rabbi Yitzchak Wachtfogel and Rabbi Meir Horowitz; two letters handwritten and signed by Rabbi Avigdor Nebenzahl - both with short halachic responsa [in the laws of niddah, finance and another, in which he writes "I don't know," "Forgetfulness is common" and the like]; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Tzvi Meir Bergman on a personal issue ["I would ask that you be calm, I forgive you and there is no resentment here, heaven forbid]; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Berish Zaltz [1952 - responsa on a financial issue]; letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Chaim Wolkin - answering a number of questions on various topics [definition of 'shvita' on Shabbat 'Not resting only to have a day off, but do it for the sake of Hash-m' and more]; ordination certificate with the signature of Rabbi Yitzchak Wachtfogel - 1950; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Refael Kook; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Nissim Toledano; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Neriah while he was in Meron, regarding various topics; a letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Shalom HaLevi Eisen; and more.Various sizes and conditions, Overall very fine condition. The collection is placed in a binder.Read more

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