Rabbi Gur Galon- Head of the ‘Hesder’ program
Rabbi Galon studied in Yeshiva Bet El. He served in the army as a combat soldier in the Nahal Brigade.
In the Yeshiva, Rabbi Galon is the head of the Hesder program, and teaches classes in in-depth Talmud, Emuna, and Parshat Hashavua.
Additionally, he also teaches Jewish Law and Parshat Hashavua in the Evening Kollel of the community.
Rabbi Yonadav Zar – Head of The Higher Yeshiva Program, and the Research Institute
Rabbi Zar was amongst the first students of Yeshiva Har Bracha. He served in the army as a combat soldier in the Paratrooper corps.
Rabbi Zar teaches fourth and fifth year students, and gives classes in both in-depth and comprehensive Talmud, the writings of Rabbi Kook, and Rabbi Tzadok HaKohen from Lublin.
Rabbi Zar has a Master’s in History from Ariel University. He also serves as a member of the secretariat of the community of Har Bracha.
Rabbi Ze’ev Sultanovich
Rabbi Sultanovich studied in Yeshiva Merkaz HaRav. He was a cherished and close student of Rabbi Tzvi Yehudah Kook זצ”ל. At the age of 20 he began to teach the writings of Rabbi Kook in the “Midrasha Leumit” in Tel Aviv.
Rabbi Sultanovich teaches a wide and varied list of classes in emuna: the Kuzari, Pirkei Avot, and the writings of Rabbi Kook. In addition, he teaches classes in the books of Job, Mishle, and Kohelet.
Rabbi Sultanovich’s classes on the writings of Rabbi Kook have been adapted into a series of books, of which three volumes have appeared up to date: “Orot Yisrael” and “L’mahalach Ha’Ideiyot B’Yisrael”.
Rabbi Sultanovich gives unique and wide-ranging series of classes on History and Philosophy from a Torah perspective. This highly popular series deals with the analysis of world and Jewish history, from Creation to present day. These classes have also been adopted into a series of books titled “Bina L’Itim”, of which two volumes have already been published: the first covering the era from Creation till the codification of the Mishna, and the second from the codification of the Talmud till the Expulsion from Spain.
Rabbi Sultanovich also gives a series of classes on the history of philosophy as part of a wide-ranging program to clarify on a deep level Jewish thought and the teachings of Rabbi Kook.
Rabbi Sultanovich has written a history book in Russian, and was one of the founders of the “Pri Ha’aretz” Institute, which published the book “Em HaBanim S’mecha”.
Rabbi Sultanovich also teaches classes in the “Uri Tzvi Greenberg Heritage House” in Jerusalem and the “Jewish Statesmanship Center” in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Shlomi Badash
Rabbi Badash learned in the Yeshiva of Kedumim. He served in the army as a combat soldier in the Artillery troops. In the year 5752 (1992) he moved with his family to Har Bracha and was one of the founders of Yeshiva Har Bracha. In his classes on Tanach, Rabbi Badash teaches the ethical and emuna-side of prophecy, and highlights their eternal and present-day meaning.
Rabbi Badash is also highly involved in public matters, both within the community and outside of it. He manages the ‘gemach’ on Har Bracha, and serves as the chairman of the Education Committee. For ten years he has served as the principal of the girls school “Nachalat Tzvi” in Elon Moreh. In addition, he is a member of the General Assembly of the new ‘Mo’etzet Yesha’.
Rabbi Badash holds a Master’s degree and lecturers at “Michlelet Aluma” in the University Center of Ariel.
Rabbi Oren Dachbash
Rabbi Dachbash is the Rabbi of the first year students. He studied in Yeshiva Har Bracha and served as a combat soldier in the ‘Nahal’ brigade.
In the Yeshiva, Rabbi Dachbash teaches in-depth ’emuna’ classes. He also teaches in the Yemenite ‘Minyan’ every Shabbat morning.
Rabbi Barel Shevach
Rabbi Shevach is the Rabbi of the second year students. He studied in Yeshiva Har Bracha.
Rabbi Barel Shevach is part of the ‘Peninei Halakha’ writing staff.
Rabbi, Dr. Boaz Huttrer
Rabbi Huttrer learned in Yeshiva Beit El. He served as a combat soldier in the Artillery corps. In his reserve duty, Rabbi Huttrer is the rabbi of an artillery battalion.
In the Yeshiva, Rabbi Huttrer teaches in-depth classes in Talmud and Tanach. He also teaches in the ‘Evening Kollel’ of the community.
Rabbi Huttrer holds a Master’s degree in Jewish History and a Doctorate in Talmud from Bar Ilan University.
Rabbi Eyal Moshe
Rabbi Moshe is the Rabbi of the fourth year students. He studied in Yeshiva Har Bracha and served as a combat soldier in the ‘Givati’ brigade.
Rabbi Moshe teaches in-depth and Halakha classes. In edition, he gives a daily Halakha class in the community and is in charge of all the Kashrut issues in Har Bracha.
Rabbi Yogev Cohen
Rabbi Cohen is the Rabbi of the fifth year students. He teaches ‘Maharal’ in the yeshiva.
Rabbi Cohen published his first book through the ‘Yeshiva Institute’. His book ‘Tachat Kanfei HaShechina” deals with issues of ’emunah’ in the Book of Ruth.
Additionally, he manges the Talmud Torah in Har Bracha, and was in charge of the ‘History Books Project’ for religious schools, published by the ‘Yeshiva Institute’. Rabbi Cohen holds a B.ed degree and LLM.
Rabbi Oren Matza- Head of the Kolel Program
Rabbi Matza is Head of the Kolel Program. He studied in Yeshiva Har Bracha, and served as a combat soldier in the Armored Division.
In the past, Rabbi Matza was part of the Peninei Halakha writing staff, and today, writes summaries on halakhic topics and studies in ‘Chavrutot’ with the Kolel students.
Rabbi Avinoach Brenner
Rabbi Brenner was amongst the first students of Yeshiva Har Bracha. He served as a combat soldier in the Intelligence corps.
In the Yeshiva he gives in-depth classes in Talmud, Hassidut, the weekly Torah portion, and the writings of Rabbi Kook.
Rabbi Brenner has a Master’s degree in Talmud from Bar Ilan University. He lecturers at “Midreshet Noga” in Kedumim, and is the principal of the primary school in Har Bracha.
Rabbi Yizhar Ashur
Rabbi Ashur learned in Yeshiva Shavei Hevron. He served as a combat soldier in the Givati Brigade.
Rabbi Ashur teaches classes in Jewish Law, emuna, and Hassidut.
He is the head of the “Shiluvim” program, which combines academic studies at Ariel University and Torah studies in Yeshiva Har Bracha.
Rabbi Ashur also teaches in the Evening Kollel of the community.
Rabbi Ashur has a Master’s degree in Jewish History form Ariel University
Rabbi Maor Cayam
Rabbi Cayam studied in Yeshiva Har Bracha. He served in the army as a combat soldier in the Armored Corps.
In the Yeshiva, Rabbi Cayam teaches classes in Talmud, Emuna, Halakha and Parashat HaShavua.
Rabbi Cayam is part of the Peninei Halakha writing staff.
Rabbi Cayam is the Rabbi of the first-year students.