Harry Fischel Institute for Talmudic Research

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The Harry Fischel Institute for Talmudic Research ("Machon Harry Fischel") is a Yeshiva in Jerusalem focusing primarily on the training of dayanim (religious court judges). It was founded by the American philanthropist Harry Fischel in 1931. Over the years, the institute has produced a very large number of religious court judges.[1]

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  1. ^ "For decades, half of all the religious court judges in the entire country [of Israel] were graduates of this elite institution." - Harry Fischel: Orthodox Jewish Philanthropist Par Excellence, Glimpses Into American Jewish History, jewishpress.com]