The new school year at the Yeshiva Tomchei Temimim in Brunoy, France has opened with excitement.
The largest yeshiva in Europe, and one of the largest and oldest Chabad yeshivas in the world, began with a record 400 students from all over the world.
The new students were welcomed by the Menahel of Shiur Alef, Rabbi Shmuel Brodowicz, and the Shiur Beis and Gimmel classes were welcomed by Rabbi Yoel Edelman. The Yeshiva Gedola is also beginning the new year, led by the Menahel and Head Mashpia Rabbi Yitzchok Nemenov as well Rabbi Zalman Segal.
The yeshiva also has a special department for high school graduates, under the management of Rabbi Mendel Uzan.
“This year is the 76th year since the establishment of the yeshiva,” says Rabbi Mendel Gurevitz, Menahel of the yeshiva, “and we can see in a tangible way how the Rebbe’s blessings for the development of the yeshiva come true year after year.”