R’ Malkiel Kotler Shlita will deliver Shiur at Satmar


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This evening (Tuesday) at 7:00PM in the Satmar Bais Medrash located at 14 Hooper Street (Williamsburg) R’ Malkiel Kotler Shlita (Rosh Yeshivas Lakewood) will deliver a Shiur on Mesechta Sukkah in honor of the Satmar Kollel finishing Meshecta Sukkah.


  1. its a Siyam for Msachtas Sikkah which thousands of people learned on the request from the holy Satmar Rabbe Shlita. now they will start Msachtas Kidishin.

  2. its not only 4 kolel yingeleit it’s 4 all members & bucherim the rabbi asked on lag b’omer that we should all learn together ms sikah . the rosh yeshiva will address the event about learning torah the rabbi will make the sium & give a speech 4 the begining of the new zman

  3. There is not a difference, only that the Rebbe is always talking about learning, & also gave us what to learn. and thats why its such a big Simcha for the Satmara Chasidim that we finished the first Mesechta that we started on Chabiras ‘Yesoidei HaTorah’. Also HaGuan Reb Yisroel Duvid Harfanas Shlita Ruv & Mechabar Seforim Yisroel V’Zmanim will speak.

  4. For the Satmar Rebbe all we can say is Yechie Adonayni Morani Verabayni Tzadik Dorayni. All Rebbes should learn from him how to make the Heilige Torah the Iker.

  5. When will the Lakewood Oilem learn from the Chassidishe and adopt the Chassidishe way of fairly splitting Chasunah and support expenses 50% boy 50% girl and not victimize girls’ parents and make girls feel inferior? Is there a chance?

  6. I meant that the Lakewood derech halimud is, as I understand it, somewhat different than the derech halimud of Satmar, and in fact, different than that of most non-Litvisher Yeshivos. (This is not a value jusgment, just a regular, non-judgmental distinction.) For example, most Chassidisher Yeshivos tend not to delve as much into the lumdisher achronim as much as the Litvisher Yeshivos. (Of course, there are exceptions.) Most Chassidisher Yeshivos tend towards a more Halachic approach of limud of Gemara. Of course, these are generalities that would need to be qualified and can almost never be entirely accurate.

  7. anonymous: I don’t know much about this subject, and in fact it seems off-topic here, but yes, it does seem to be fairer with a 50% split. However, currently I think it is only Hungarian minhag, and not yet universal. Also, I’m not sure that it is really all that traditional a system. I get the impression that in the Gemara’s times the kallah’s side paid for the chasunah. On the other hand, they didn’t pay thousands of S’laim for flowers and whiskey and who knows what else. And, on the other hand, costs were not so prohibitive in those days.

  8. To Motcha:

    The “thousands of S’laim for flowers and whiskey and who knows what else” add up to nothing relative to the necessary commitment of long term support in addition to the often requested down payments today. While “in the Gemara’s times” couples moved in with the Shver and Shvigger until they could pay their own way. Try suggessting that to a Bocher today.

    A Mishigina Velt.