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Sign: Bnei Brak - The Ramat Ahron Neighborhood

HaRav Kahanman St 56, Bnei Brak, Israel
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On the sign:
שכונת רמת אהרון
The Ramat Ahron Neighborhood

[תמונה: רבי אהרון קוטלר]

שכונת רמת אהרון נוסדה בשנת תשכ"ז ע"י הסתדרות צעירי אגודת ישראל. השכונה נקראת על שמו של מרן הגאון רבי אהרן קוטלר זצוק"ל ראש ישיבת קלעצק בליטא וישיבת בית מדרש גבוה בעיר לייקוד בארה"ב.
הרב קוטלר חולל מהפכה רוחנית בארה"ב, בהרימו את קרן התורה ולומדיה והחדיר חיי תורה בקרב יהדות ארה"ב. ממקום מושבו בלייקוד נישא דברו ונשמעו הוראותיו גם בארה"ק ובפרט בעניינים אשר נגעו לחינוך הטהור.
כיום מעטרים את רחובות שכונת רמת אהרן בנייני ישיבות ומוסדות תורה וחסד גדולים אשר מקנים לשכונה את אופייה המיוחד והייחודי. גם כיום נמשך הקשר המיוחד בין ערי התורה בני ברק ולייקוד ובשנת תשע"א נחתם הסכם ערים תאומות בין שתי הערים.

[Photo: Rabbi Aharon Kotler]

The Ramat Aharon neighborhood, established in 5727/1967, is named for Maran Hagaon Harav Aharon Kotler, ztvk"l, Rosh Yeshivas Lakewood in the U.S.
The streets of this neighborhood are lined with buildings that house large Torah and chessed institutions, which lend the neighborhood its unique character.

סמל מיתוג של העיר בני ברק
Branding symbol of the city of Bnei Brak
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A sign from a series of signs suitable for buildings and neighborhoods in Bnei Brak

The neighborhood and the sign at the entrance were photographed that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
The Hebrew version contains additional details, below is its translation

The Ramat Aharon neighborhoodwas founded in 5727/1967 by the Agudat Israel Youth Association. The neighborhood is named after Maran HaGaon Rabbi Aharon Kotler ztvk"l Head of Yeshivat Kaletzk in Lithuania and Yeshivat Beit Midrash HaGadol in the city of Lakewood in the USA.
Rabbi Kotler caused a spiritual revolution in the United States, by lifting the foundation of the Torah and its students and instilling a life of Torah among American Jewry. From his place of residence in Lakewood, his speech was carried and his instructions were also heard in the United States and in particular on matters concerning pure education.
Today, the streets of the Ramat Aharon neighborhood adorn yeshivot buildings and large Torah and Chesed institutions that give the neighborhood its special and unique character. Even today, the special connection between the Torah cities of Bnei Brak and Lakewood continues, and in 1971 a twin city agreement was signed between the two cities.

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