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New Zal To Emphasize ‘Essentials’

With many options available, a new Chabad Yeshiva Zal in Cincinnati is promising "to place an emphasis on the essentials." Full Story

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Wow
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Wow

The next bronuy in a smaller environment.
And close by
That’s exactly what’s needed today

Reb Levi Simpson
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Reb Levi Simpson

He is a solid Mashpia and a real Chosid, he will make it become one of the best Yeshivos in Lubavitch today!

Way to Go!
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Way to Go!

Finally a proper Yeshiva in the United States! Both Rabbis’ Simpson and Moskawitz are highly capable and experienced in the field of Chinuch in general, and in dealing with today’s Bochrim’s new challenges in particular. It’s about time a Yeshiva opens with the intention and purpose of getting back to “the essentials”. Hatzlacha!

Opinion
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Opinion

Many buchrim are currently looking for a good yeshiva to go to i think that this yeshiva is the next up and coming hot spot
Be from the pioneers ad make history.

Brunoy of America
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Brunoy of America

With such talented and devoted Mechanchim, this Yeshiva has a bright and exciting future. Indeed, Bochurim have already labeled it the “Brunoy of America”. Aleh V’Hatzlach!

Fabulous
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Fabulous

Rabbi Nissan Moskowitz is from the best and clearest magidie shiurim.

Shkoyach Rabbi Avtzon!
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Shkoyach Rabbi Avtzon!

As an avid reader of your e-mails, I know you are the one behind all this and a true example! The Rebbe must be so proud, and you should be showered with Brochos and Hatzlocho both personally and for your family as well as for the Yeshiva!

Close freind
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Close freind

As a close friend of reb Levi Simpson
I wish you all the best ואשרי מי זכה להיות ממושפעיו

Basics
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Basics

I am hoping Shulchan Aruch, knowing halacha, is also considered a basic

local Chabad resident
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local Chabad resident

As a local Chabad resident hear in Cincinnati, I can say we are very excited about the new Zal, the Yeshiva currently has had a very positive effect on our city and I look forward to this new expansion.
Rabbi G. Avtzon is a man who is given over hart and soul to the Rebbe’s inyonim and making the Yeshiva the way it is. Cincinnati is very lucky to have him and the Yeshiva.

#1 yeshiva to be
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#1 yeshiva to be

Knowing rabbi Simpson personally, I am sure this will become the #1 yeshiva. He has everything it takes- chassidishkeiit, varimkeit and a drive for the rebbes inyanim. Hatzlacha!!!

Fantastic crew!
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Fantastic crew!

I do have to add that it reflects upon the educators who have “taught” these kids. Apparently they haven’t taught them much of anything. With all the rules of “no internet, no smartphones, etc” and with all the long hours put in daily at Yeshiva. one would think that the boys are actually learning. Very sad that this is so far from the truth.

Thank you to the Rabbis in Cincinnati for caring enough to recognize this problem and to grab it by its horns.

HARAV SIMSON
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HARAV SIMSON

HE IS A VERY GOOD TEACHER

sincerely,

CHOVIVEI STUDENT

Hatzlocho
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Hatzlocho

I hope you include shiurim in halocho, like in seminary. I think that we need to teach practical 21st century halocho in english to bochurim and seminary girls alongside the text based learning from the alter rebbe’s shulchon oruch or kitzur. We need to learn what to do in today’s situations.
To #12, ‘no internet/ no smartphone’ doesn’t guarantee anything. It closes off access to resources such as shiurim online. Internet can be filtered you just have to be willing to put in some time and effort to set it up. Even smartphones can be managed.

Bnos Rochel Pesha Fruma
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Bnos Rochel Pesha Fruma

Hey I recognize that campus! Does that mean R.I.T.S.S. doesn’t exist anymore? That was our brand new bldg back in 1999.

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