Ashlag (Hasidic dynasty)

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Ashlag is a Hasidic dynasty founded by Rebbe Yehuda Leib Haleivi Ashlag from Warsaw, Poland.[1] Although Hasidic dynasties are most often named for their town of origin, this dynasty is known by the surname of its rebbes.

Lineage

  • Rebbe Yehuda Leib Haleivi Ashlag (1885–1954) – disciple of the rebbes of Porisov
    • Rebbe Shlomo Binyomin Haleivi Ashlag (1906–1983) – son of Rebbe Yehuda Leib
      • Rebbe Yechezkel Yosef Haleivi Ashlag, (1935–2016) – son of Rebbe Shlomo Binyomin
      • Rebbe Simcha Avrohom Haleivi Ashlag,(1948- ) present rebbe – son of Rebbe Shlomo Binyomin
    • Rebbe Boruch Sholom Haleivi Ashlag (1907–1991) – son of Rebbe Yehuda Leib

References

  1. ^ Y Alfasi Hachasidut miDor leDor p 511


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