A new wiki project in Hebrew called Toras Hageula was launched in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of 28 Nissan 5751.
The project is overseen by Mashpiim and Roshei Yeshiva, and is sure to be a big hit with those seeking to gain in-depth information about the Geula.
This initiative aims to make it possible for anash or anyone with Yeshiva background to learn about Moshiach and Geulo from the entire scope of Torah literature as outlined by the Rebbe in the sicha of tazria-metzora 5751.
The editor-in-chief is Rabbi Shneur Zalman Wilshansky. The following are members of the editorial board: (listed alphabetically) , Rabbi Leibel Altein, Rabbi Sholom Charitonov, Rabbi Mendy Elishevitz, Rabbi Avrohom Gerlitzky, Rabbi Yechiel Michel Gorelik, Rabbi Levi Jacobson, Rabbi Yehuda Leib Schapiro, Rabbi Nachman Shapiro, Rabbi Dovid Schochet, Rabbi Chaim Hillel Shpringer.
Rabbi Zushe Silberstein, director of the project, emphasized that the sample entries published on the site are still a work in progress. The material has been uploaded now in connection with Chof Ches Nissan. We’re hoping and expecting to receive constructive feedback from the public that will help shape the future of the project. Also, we invite anyone who is capable and willing to partake in the research and the writing of the subjects.
The website address is www.TorasHageula.org.
Toras Hageula is made possible by the support of several shluchim and anash: Anonymous, Rabbi Yona Gelernter, Rabbi Shalom Gelernter, Rabbi Zelig Rivkin, Chabad of Colombia, Rabbi Eliezer Shapiro of Hamafitz Stam, Rabbi Mendel Silberstein, and Rabbi Dovid Weitman. Any support will be helpful and greatly appreciated.
To send feedback on the project, click here.