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26th Shevat 1/28/2022
Rabbi David HaLevi Segal
Rabbi David ha-Levi Segal (c. 1586 – 20 February 1667), also known as the Turei Zahav (abbreviated Taz (ט"ז)) after the title of his significant halakhic commentary on the Shulchan Aruch, was one of the greatest Polish rabbinical authorities.
27th Shevat 1/29/2022
Rabbi Yaakov Edelstein
Rav of Bnei Brak’s Neot Yosef neighborhood and Yeshivas Tiferes Moshe
28th Shevat 1/30/2022
Rabbi Nissim Peretz
Rabbi Nissim Peretz a Kabbalist founded the Beis El congregration in Bnei Brak, including a Beis Midrash and synagogue, a yeshiva ketana called Mesilas Yesharim Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato, a Talmud Torah called Toras Yeshayahu, a kollel avreichim for intensive study in halacha, a midnight kollel in which elite and scholarly avreichim would illuminate the hidden Torah from midnight until sunrise.
29th Shevat 1/31/2022
Rabbi Chanayah Yom Tov Lipa Teitelbaum
Rabbi Chanayah Yom Tov Lipa Teitelbaum (22 May 1836 – 15 February 1904) was the Grand Rebbe of Siget and the author of Kedushath Yom Tov, a Hasidic commentary on the Torah he wrote in 1895.