What Makes Us So Unique

The Yeshivas Chonen Daas Bais Medrash is located in Ramat Beit Shemesh but our talmidim are all over the world. Using web-based and distance learning technology we have extended our reach to include cities such as Baltimore, Sydney, Chicago, Dallas and Houston.

Our Yeshiva maintains devoted groups of alumni and talmidim worldwide who continue their Torah education through our institution.

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Yeshivas Chonen Daas brings learning Shulchan Aruch to whole new level. The Yeshiva incorporates all the classical meforshim in a concise and clear manner with the options of delving further into each halacha. The Yeshiva also offers a semicha for our students that are interested.

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Weekly Torah Portion

Parsha insights from the Rav

29 Aug 2021

Jewish Guilt

The Mashal: Reuven did an aveira. It wasn't a big one, but any aveira is wrong. Reuven had laughed at a cripple struggling to cross the street. Afterwards he didn't think too much about it...

05 Sep 2021

Hashem wants our Heart

There are a number of secular holidays that are knock-offs of traditional Jewish holidays. For example, Christmas is set against Chanukah, Halloween against Purim, and Easter against Pesach...

19 Sep 2021

Turn Your Dwelling into a Prayer!

For thirteen years, Rabbi Yehudah HaNasi, the famed redactor of the Mishnah, suffered from terrible pains. The Talmud (Baba Metziah 85b) traces his suffering back to the following incident: One day, a calf was led to slaughter...

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