Jewish History Soundbites
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From Slonim to Tverya: The Nesivos Shalom Part II
Rav Shalom Noach Berezovsky was appointed Slonim Rebbe shortly prior to his father in law’s passing in 1981. As he had served as the rosh yeshiva of Slonim for decades, this enabled him to enjoy a close relationship with his followers who were for the most part his own students.
The background of the Slonim dynasty has its roots in White Russia, with antecedents in the court of Rav Mordechai of Lechovitz and Rav Moshe of Kobrin. Rav Avraham Weinberg, the Yesod Ha’avodah, founded the Slonim dynasty. He was succeeded by his grandson Rav Shmuel Weinberg, who passed away in exile in Warsaw. Following World War I, his son Rav Avraham Weinberg, the Bais Avraham, reestablished the Slonim court in Baranovich.
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