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The Satmar Rebbe – Rav Yoel Teitelbaum

$800

Dimensions: 46 x 46 cm | 18 x 18"
Materials: Stainless Steel and Acrylic

Rav Yoel Teitelbaum, also known as the Satmar Rebbe, was a prominent leader in the Satmar Hasidic community.

During World War II, he was imprisoned in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp but miraculously survived and was later rescued. He relocated to New York in 1946 and established the Satmar community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

This artwork of the Satmar Rebbe, etched in stainless steel is reflective of his strong beliefs and determination.

Rav Yoel Teitelbaum, also known as the Satmar Rebbe, was a prominent leader in the Satmar Hasidic community.

He was born in Hungary in 1887 and studied under some of the most respected rabbis of his time.

During World War II, he was imprisoned in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp but miraculously survived and was later rescued. He relocated to New York in 1946 and established the Satmar community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Rav Yoel was a strong advocate for preserving traditional Jewish practices and rejecting any modernizing reforms.

He was known for his fiery speeches and uncompromising stance on issues such as Zionism, which he opposed.

Despite his controversial views, he was widely respected for his vast knowledge of Torah and his unwavering commitment to his beliefs. He passed away in 1979, leaving behind a large community of devoted followers who continue to honor his teachings and legacy to this day.

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