Brunoy Welcomes 400 Bochurim For New Year

400 bochurim in Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Brunoy, the oldest and largest Chabad Yeshiva in Europe, eagerly returned to the walls of their Yeshiva will great excitement for the new year.

After a brief summer break, bochurim in Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Brunoy, the oldest and largest Chabad Yeshiva in Europe, and one of the largest in the world, eagerly returned to the walls of their Yeshiva will great excitement for the new year.

The bochurim were welcomed by Rabbi Shmuel Brodowicz, and Rabbi Yoel Eidelman, menahalim of the mesivta. Alongside the Yeshiva Gedola led by mashpia Rabbi Itche Nemanov and menahel Rabbi Zalman Segal.

“This year is the 76th year since the establishment of the yeshiva,” says Rabbi Mendel Gurevitch, director of the yeshiva. “We are witnessing in a tangible way how the Rebbe’s brachos for the development of the yeshiva come to fruition year after year.”

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