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.The Current Ashlag Admor shlita, Rebbe Simcha Halevi Ashlag, was born to the previous Ashlag Admor, Rebbe Shlomo Binyamin ztz”l and his wife, Marat Ahuva Liba, in 5708. As a child, he was close to his holy grandfather, the renowned Ba’al Hasulam, who saw in him great promise and told him to commence study of the Zohar together with his other studies at the age of 13.

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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