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There is no Torah like the Torah of Eretz Yisrael. Bereshit Rabbah 16:7

Expansion

Overview

Branches of Yeshivat Maalot

Yeshivat Hesder Ma'alot has already grown into more than just a Hesder Yeshiva, and the expansion continues. With branches/programs in four locations, the Yeshiva is extending the reach of Torah to new locales, and to new groups of students.

Neveh Dekalim Hesder Yeshiva

Yeshiva't Ma'alot was approached by its umberlla organization, "Mercaz Yeshivot Bnei-Akiva", to adopt the Hesder Yeshiva in Neveh Dekalim:

Originally the Yamit Yeshiva, of Yamit, Sinai. The yeshiva was relocated to Neveh Dekalim, Gush Katif in the year 5742 (1982). In 5756 (1996), suffering from an educational and financial crisis, Yeshivat Maalot was asked to adopt the yeshiva. To do so, Rav David Gavrieli - a leading Rabbi in Maalot - was sent together with two young rabbis and a dozen students to reestablish the yeshiva, renaming it Yeshivat Neveh Dekalim. This was the first branch of Yeshivat Maalot.

Netiv Tefachot Yeshiva Program

Two dynamic rabbis of Yeshivat Maalot, realized the need to reach out and share the light of the Torah with all walks of society. This brought about the foundation of Netiv Tefachot (5761/2001).

Situated in Tefachot, a tranquil village in the Galilee, Rav Avigdor Wietzman and Rav Eyal Griner have reached out and brought together dozens of students. Their unique course of study consists of a Beit Midrash program, army service, and a college degree in engineering.

Akko Hesder Yeshiva

The ancient city of Akko, dating back to the Second Temple period, has begun to see a serious decline in Jewish population. As a response, Yeshivat Maalot was asked to found a yeshiva in order to help revive Jewish life. Rav Yosef Stern, a graduate of Yeshivat Maalot, has been appointed Rosh Yeshiva.

The Holon Hesder Yeshiva

Holon is perhaps one of the most populated cities in Israel and one of the most secular cities too. Realizing the growing thirst and need for Torah where Torah is hard to find, Yeshivat Maalot has founded a Hesder Yeshiva in the center of Holon. Headed by Rav Elazar Aharonson, (a Yeshivat Maalot graduate) the yeshiva in Holon ensures that the city will no longer be a spiritual desert.