Reb Chaim Daskal

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Chaim Baruch Yehudah Daskal, also known as Reb Chaim of Yerushalayim, (March 28, 1961 – June 21, 2014) was the founder and curator of Shabbos With Chaim in Yerushalayim and the Shabbos Awareness Center. Reb Chaim was known for his boundless love for his fellow Jews, and mostly his inspirational story telling.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ "Reb Chaim Daskal zt"l: "Reb Chaim of Yerushalayim"". Matzav. June 23, 2014. Retrieved 3 August 2014. Reb Chaim’s mother, Sarah, was a daughter of Rebbetzin Yentel, who in turn was a daughter of Rav Shraga Shmuel Shmelka of Tchabeh zt’l, whose father was Rav Boruch Yehuda of Deretchka zt’l. Reb Chaim was always proud that he descended from the Baal Shem Tov, and that his family descends from Dovid Hamelech, 95 generations from Nachshon Ben Aminodov. Reb Chaim was a son of Reb Dovid Tzvi Daskal, a son of Reb Dov Mordechai and Perl of Budapest, Hungary.
  2. ^ "Reb Chaim Daskal Baruch Dyain Hamet". The Yeshiva World.
  3. ^ "HomeAbout Reb MosheBlogAsk RebDonations to I Love TorahAdvertisingContact Multimedia Divrey Torah Frumdate Singles My Store Jewish Healing I Love Torah Corner My Books Submit News Reb Chaim of Yerushalayim Reb Chaim of Yerushalayim, The Maggid of Shabbos". I Love Torah. Retrieved 3 August 2014.
  4. ^ Joseph J. Sherman (November 3, 2015). 49 Days/49 Ways: The Reb Chaim Daskal zt'l Edition (1 ed.). ISBN 978-1519525499.