ENDORSEMENTS FOR KESHSER YEHUDI

Kesher Yehudi is grateful for the many Rabbis and Jewish leaders who have publicly supported our efforts to unify Israeli society.

“Under the auspices of Kesher Yehudi, thousands of secular Jews, with scant knowledge of Torah, await a weekly phone call from a chavrusah — a ben Torah or the wife of a ben Torah — for half an hour of Torah learning. The success has been unbelievable, with many formerly secular Jews taking on Torah u’mitzvos, in the course of that Torah learning.

“May all those who participate in the activities of Kesher Yehudi or support those activities be blessed with all manner of berachos and success.”

HaRav Asher Weiss, Shlit”a

“The merit for those who participate [with Kesher Yehudi] is unbelievable. All bnei and bnos Torah should come and join as chavrutot. You can’t imagine the incredible z’chus you’ll receive as result.”

HaRav Shteinman, Zt”l

“Kesher Yehudi has given us a gift — the opportunity to finally experience something that we’ve all been wanting but had no avenue to access. And that is a connection to and friendship with our brothers and sisters who seem so different from us. Kesher Yehudi restores the family bonds that have frayed.”

Esther Wein, Jewish educator

“Kesher Yehudi has discovered the formula for drawing Jews across the Israeli religious spectrum closer to one another and to their shared inheritance of Torah: the creation of deep, ongoing, one-on-one relationships to explore that which binds us all together.”

Jonathan Rosenblum, author and columnist

“This revolution is profound and stems from our very roots. It has begun a process of inner healing for our nation. It’s time, especially right now, to reach out to those who are far and create together — a kesher Yehudi, a Jewish connection.”

Mr. Moshe Leon, Mayor of Jerusalem

“To Kesher Yehudi… for creating a unique platform with an enormous potential for engendering true connections and increasing feelings of unity, identification, and mutuality among the Jewish nation.”

Mr. Reuven Rivlin, then President of Israel, presenting Kesher Yehudi with the 2016 Unity Prize

Under the auspices of Kesher Yehudi, thousands of secular Jews, with scant knowledge of Torah, await a weekly phone call from a chavrusah — a ben Torah or the wife of a ben Torah — for half an hour of Torah learning. The success has been unbelievable, with many formerly secular Jews taking on Torah u’mitzvos, in the course of that Torah learning.
May all those who participate in the activities of Kesher Yehudi or support those activities be blessed with all manner of berachos and success.

HaRav Asher Weiss, Shlit”a

“The merit for those who participate [with Kesher Yehudi] is unbelievable.
All bnei and bnos Torah should come and join as chavrutot.
You can’t imagine the incredible z’chus you’ll receive as result.”

HaRav Shteinman, Zt”l

“Kesher Yehudi has given us a gift — the opportunity to finally experience something that we’ve all been wanting but had no avenue to access.

And that is, a connection to and friendship with our brothers and sisters who seem so different from us.

KY restores the family bonds that have frayed.”

Esther Wein, Jewish educator

“Kesher Yehudi has discovered the formula for drawing Jews across the Israeli religious spectrum closer to one another and to their shared inheritance of Torah: the creation of deep, ongoing, one-on-one relationships to explore that which binds us all together.”

Jonathan Rosenblum, author and columnist

“This revolution is profound and stems from our very roots. It has begun a process of inner healing for our nation. It’s time, especially right now, to reach out to those who are far and create together — a kesher Yehudi, a Jewish connection.”

Mr. Moshe Leon, Mayor of Jerusalem

“To Kesher Yehudi…for creating a unique platform with an enormous potential for engendering true connections and increasing feelings of unity, identification and mutuality among the Jewish nation.”

Mr. Reuven Rivlin, then president of Israel presenting Kesher Yehudi with the 2016 Unity Prize