History of the Jews in Hungary
Jews have a long history in the region now known as Hungary, with some records even predating the 895 AD Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin by over 600 years. An early example of punitive...
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Sanz (Hasidic dynasty)
The Sanz (or Tsanz) Hasidic dynasty was founded by Rabbi Chaim Halberstam (1793–1876) who was the rabbi of Nowy Sącz (Sanz, Yiddish: צאנז Tsanz) and the author of the work Divrei Chaim by wh...
Satmar (Hasidic dynasty)
Satmar (Hebrew: סאטמאר or סאטמר) is a Hasidic sect originating from the city of Satu Mare, Transylvania, where it was founded in 1905 by Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum. Following World War II it was reestablis...
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Jonathan Alexandersohn
Jonathan Alexandersohn (Hungarian: Alexandersohn Jonathán; born about the beginning of the 19th century, Grätz in Posen (Polish: Grodzisk (Wielkopolski)), then Germany - November 24, 1869, Alt...
Three Oaths
The Three Oaths is the popular name for a Midrash found in the Talmud, which relates that God adjured three oaths upon the world. Two of the oaths pertain to the Jewish people, and one of the oaths p...
Yhoshua Leib Gould
Yhoshua Leib Gould, (26 April 1925 Munkatch, Hungary – 29 September 2009 Jerusalem) also known as the Lehitakfo Chalushin, was an educator who identified himself as a Satmar Hasid, was affiliated with...
Sighetu Marmației
Sighetu Marmației ([ˌsiɡetu marˈmat͡si.ej], also spelled Sighetul Marmației; German: Marmaroschsiget or Siget; Hungarian: Máramarossziget, [ˈmaːrɒmɒroʃsiɡɛt]; Slovak: Sihoť; Ukrainian:...
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Samuel Löw Brill
Samuel Löw Brill (September 14, 1814 – April 8, 1897) was a Hungarian rabbi and Talmudical scholar born in Budapest. He was educated by his father, Azriel Brill (1778-1853), who was teacher and assoc...
Laniado Hospital
Laniado Hospital, also known as the Sanz Medical Center, is a voluntary, not-for-profit hospital in Kiryat Sanz, Netanya, Israel, serving a regional population of over 450,000 in Netanya and the Sharo...
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Ludwig Venetianer
Ludwig Venetianer (Hungarian: Venetianer Lajos) (May 19, 1867, Kecskemét - November 25, 1922, Újpest) was a Hungarian rabbi and writer.Venetianer was born in Kecskemét. He studied at the rabbinica...
Hillel Lichtenstein
Rabbi Hillel Lichtenstein was a Hungarian rabbi; born at Veča 1814; died at Kolomyia, Galicia (now Ukraine), May 18, 1891. After studying at the Yeshiva of the Chassam Sofer, he married in 1837 the da...
Board of Education of Kiryas Joel Village School District v. Grumet
Board of Education of Kiryas Joel Village School District v. Grumet, 512 U.S. 687 (1994), was a case in which the United States Supreme Court ruled on the constitutionality of a school district create...
Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam
Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam, (1813–1898), known as the Shinever Rov (Rabbi of Sieniawa), was the eldest son of the Divrei Chaim, Rabbi Chaim Halberstam of Sanz. He was famous for his disagreeme...
Maier Zipser
Maier Zipser, Hungarian rabbi; born at Balassagyarmat, 14 August 1815; died at Rechnitz, 10 December 1869. He studied in various yeshibot, among his teachers being Wolf Boskowitz and Maier Eisenstadt;...
Der Yid
Der Yid (Yiddish: דער איד) is a New York-based Yiddish language weekly newspaper, founded in 1953. The newspaper is published by Satmar Hasidim, but is widely read within the broader Haredi commun...
Satu Mare
Satu Mare ([ˈsatu ˈmare]; Hungarian: Szatmárnémeti [sɒtmaːrneːmɛti]; German: Sathmar; Yiddish: סאטמאר (Satmar)) is a city with a population of 102,400 (2011) and the capital of Satu Mare C...
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Solomon H. Sonneschein
S. H. Sonneschein, Solomon H. Sonnenschein (born June 24, 1839, Szent Marton, Turocz megye, Hungary -1908) was an Hungarian-American rabbi.He received his education at Boskowitz, Moravia, where he obt...
Chaim Halberstam
Chaim Halberstam of Sanz (Polish: Nowy Sącz) (1793–1876) (Hebrew: חיים הלברשטאם מצאנז‎), known as the Divrei Chaim after his magnum opus on halakha, was a famous Hasidic Rebbe and ...
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Sándor Büchler
Alexander Büchler, or Bűchler Sándor (September 24, 1869 in Fülek (Fiľakovo), Kingdom of Hungary – July 1944, in Auschwitz) was a Hungarian rabbi and educator.He is a son of the Talmudist rabbi ...
Heinrich Gross (rabbi)
Heinrich Gross, writing also as Henri Gross (born Szenicz, Hungarian Kingdom, now Senica, Slovakia, November 6, 1835; died 1910), was a German rabbi. He was a pupil in rabbinical literature of Judah A...
Henrik Bródy
Heinrich Brody (German), Bródy Henrik (Hungarian) or Haim Brody (Hebrew) (21 May 1868 – 1942) was a Hungarian (after 1918 Czechoslovakian) rabbi. He was born in Ungvár, in the Ung County of the Kingdo...
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Moshe Aryeh Freund
Rabbi Moshe Aryeh Freund (1894 – 1996) was the Chief Rabbi (av beis din) of the Edah HaChareidis in Jerusalem. He wrote a famous book called Ateres Yehoshua, and he himself was also referred to ...
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Bnei Yoel
The Bnei Yoel are a group of Satmar Hasidim, followers of Rebbe Joel Teitelbaum, who after the death of Joel Teitelbaum refused to accept the leadership of the new Grand Rabbi of Satmar, Rebbe Moshe T...
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Judah Wahrmann
Judah Wahrmann (1791 – November 14, 1868 at Pest), was a Hungarian rabbi; son of Israel Wahrmann. He was appointed associate rabbi and teacher of religion at the gymnasium of Budapest on 9 Febru...
Aaron Ezekiel Harif
Aaron Jacob ben Ezekiel Harif was a Hungarian scholar; died at Nikolsburg, April 10, 1670. As successor to Gerson Ashkenazi he held the post of rabbi in Nikolsburg at the same time that he was chief r...
Shimon Sidon
Rabbi Shimon Sidon was a Hungarian rabbi; born at Nadash on January 24, 1815 (13 Shevat 5575 on the Hebrew calendar) to Yehuda Sidon from Kunitz and Eidel. He died at Trnava on December 20, 1891 (19 K...