"I heard about the greatness of Maran Shlita ..." Exciting letter from a student at the Bialystok Yeshiva to Rabbi ...
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"I heard about the greatness of Maran Shlita ..." Exciting letter from a student at the Bialystok Yeshiva to Rabbi Kook, who wishes to come to Eretz Israel and adhere his teachings
Exciting letter in the handwriting of a student named Zvi Azua who studied at the yeshiva "Beit Ulpana for Rabbis" and Yeshivat Grodno. The letter was sent to Rabbi Kook to Eretz Israel, in which he asks the Rabbi to help him immigrate to Eretz Israel. Bialstock, c. late 1920s.
The young man introduces in his letter: "I have heard from Rabbi Elchanan Yakovovich Shlita (Mashgiach of our yeshiva) and more, about the greatness of Maran Shlita and who praises Hillel and Aharon, To help each and every one, even with the worst of the worst, to pursue peace and bring people closer, to keep the commandment "VeA'avta L'ereacha Kamocha" in every detail up to a degree of devotion for each and every one of Israel ... ".
Then he tells how he is full of longing for the Eretz Israel "I am the man I ever wanted to immigrate to Eretz Israel I was full of longing for the Eretz HaKodesh and every moment I remember it" And expands on the praise of the Residence in the Land of Israel and his strong desire to immigrate to it. His fear was that he would be taken to military service because it was called twice for the test and almost all the examinees were accepted due to lack of military personnel: "Oh for me, Rabeynu! I'm in very terrible situation! I am weak and helpless ...", and extends and details about his difficult financial situation. The young man asks the rabbi to help him immigrate to Eretz Yisrael through an aliyah license, and when he arrives he will come to study at his holy yeshiva:"With the assurance that Rabbeynu will fulfill my wish to send me an Immigration license, I will finish the letter ...".
t is not clear to us what happened to Zvi, and whether he eventually succeeded in immigrating to Eretz Israel
 p. 28x22 cm. Nice and legible writing. Folding marks. Good condition.