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Emunah Seminar 5775

Emunah Seminar 5775

A day dedicated to the most important questions

 Relive the Emunah Seminar 5775  

Chesed

Chesed

Student Life

See the new Chesed video with the new song "Mi K'amcha"

Only At Netiv

Only At Netiv

It is not only one element that makes "Netiv" so unique.

It is not only one element that makes "Netiv" so unique.

The Year in Videos

The Year in Videos

See this years' jam-packed schedule

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  • Announcements

    The Alumni Shabbaton in Woodmere (at DRS) is Parshat Tazria, Rosh Chodesh Nissan, April 8-9.
    This year's theme is:

    SPIRITUAL GROWTH
          
     
    The Rebbeim coming this year are HaRav Aharon Bina, Rabbi Dr. John Krug, Rav Yoel Rackovsky, Rav Amos Luban, Rav Ben Leybovitch, Rav Shragie Bomzer, Rav Dani Bader and Rav Zev Bader..
    THIS JUST IN... RAV CHANAN BINA - IS COMING TOO!
    They are coming for one reason... to spend time with you. As always, couples are encouraged to come! 

    Click here to reserve your spot.

    LATEST NEWSLETTER CLICK BELOW!

  • Life Events

    Look who comes to YNA!

    Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar at YNA - Click here to watch

    Rabbi Rafi Peretz, Chief Rabbi of the IDF Click here to watch

    Richard M. Joel, President of Yeshiva University speaks to the Yeshiva. Click here to watch.

    Recent Dedications

  • Videos and Pictures

    Dr. Gerald Schroeder Speaks At The Annual Emunah Seminar
    Click here to watch

    LATEST PICTURE GALLERY!!

    Click to check out the Chesed Program!

    The View From Our Balcony

    SEE THE BROCHURE

     

Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh is the premier house of Torah study at the Kotel. For one precious year that seems to pass like the blink of an eye, high-caliber students from around the world come to study their heritage and absorb the unrivaled ruach of the Old City. Our curriculum is designed to give our students an in-depth Torah education, extensive knowledge of both ancient and modern Jewish History, and most importantly character development.