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|C.bochur||Posted - 02 March 2010 16:05
I'm kind of new here. But from what I've read, it seems to be a nice place :)
Anyway, I asked R' Mod if he had any suggestions on finding a BT yeshiva (for more explanation see below), but unfortunately he too couldn't think of any and suggested to open a thread on the forum. So, here I go:
There are some people over here (I'm now in Eretz Yisroel) who try to get me into Toire v'emineh, the Belzer BT yeshiva in geula. But also there, they speak MH and well, Belz isn't quite my chassidus...
People over here showed me a teshuva written by R' Moshe Sterenbuch shlita, that it would be okay for Israeli baalei teshuva to speak MH, and thus learn in MH. But I'm no Israeli nor MH-native speaker and don't want to do speak it anyway.
So that's where my problem starts... I really don't know what to do or where to go to. Up until now, nobody I know of was/is able to help me.
Of course I'd prefer to learn in Yerusholoyim or elsewhere in EY. But if I really have no choice, I also wouldn't mind to go to the States or w/e. Though it would be kind of ironic if I had to... Leaving the 'heart of Torah study' in order to learn elsewhere...
Anyway, any advice/suggestions?
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|look-upward||Posted - 18 March 2010 0:56
Perhaps Marbe Torah in Bnei Brak, or Aliyos Shmuel in Yerushalayim (which has americans). I heard that there is a good one in Kiryat Malachi, but I dont know much else, even it's name.
|info||Posted - 02 April 2010 0:34
maybe derech hamelech in yerushalayim. it's a chassidish yeshiva for ppl who don't come from a chasidish background. but I don't know what level it or you are on.
|C.bochur||Posted - 08 April 2010 22:32
Hmm.. Marbe Torah, never heard of it? The other one I also don't know. I spoke to gavaad Weiss shlit"a about yeshivos and he advised me to go to one of the English speaking Litvishe BT yeshivos (like Ohr Sameach) since there aren't any Englsh speaking chassidishe yeshivos. So that's probably what I'm going to do then.
Unfortunately Derech Hamelech doesn't exist anymore.
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