‘Taharas Habayis’ and ‘Lemaan Yilmedu’ Form Alliance

Photos: Dovber Hechtman

Following many months of joint efforts and planning, the heads of the Lemaan Yilmedu and Tahras Habayis organizations formed an alliance, and held a small ‘get-together’ in the Badatz offices to celebrate and formally ‘close the deal’.

Following many months of joint efforts and planning, the heads of the Lemaan Yilmedu and Tahras Habayis organizations formed an alliance to create a new chosson teacher training course. The heads of the two organizations held a small ‘get-together’ in the Badatz offices to celebrate and formally ‘close the deal’.

The meeting began with Rabbi Chaim Yisroel Wilhelm sharing words of hisorerus. He shared how the upcoming chosson teacher training is directly in line with the vision and passion of his father Rabbi Zushe Wilhelm a”h.

As we all knew R’ Zushe, a live-wire of Limud Hatorah, spent his final year devoting all his kochos in spreading Torah through the Lemaan Yilmedu-USA branch – making Torah attainable to all, his son shared.

Rabbi Tuvia Kasimov moreh tzedek and head of the ‘CH Tahara Office’, spoke on behalf of Taharas Habayis. He conveyed how special the upcoming course will be and emphasizing the two organizations’ joint vision to raise the levels of kedusha and tahara in CH and the world over.

Rabbi Mendel Yusewitz pointed out the siyaata dishmaya, how in short 4 months following his passing, Reb Zushe’s life mission has now gotten a very powerful boost. Forging the way for so many to enter the world of teaching Chassanim in the most proficient way.

“Ultimately, this will undoubtedly raise the bar of torah and yiras shomayim in countless homes,” he said.

R’ Shraga Crombie, director of Lemaan Yilmedu, proceeded to sum up the details and plan of the upcoming course, including the rabbonim who would oversee and participate.

“Having formed this partnership, we have great plans in store B’ezras Hashem,” he said.

Rabbi Yusewitz concluded by saying that the alliance was the most befitting way to further Reb Zushe’s dream, and expressing the desire of all of the participants to be reunited with our loved ones speedily with Moshiach now.

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