Givat Moshe

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Givat Moshe (Hebrew: גבעת משה), also known as Gush Shemonim is an Haredi Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem. It borders the other Haredi Jerusalem neighborhoods of Sanhedria, Mahanayim, Ezrat Torah, Shikun Chabad, and Tel Arza. It is named after Rabbi Moshe Porush, a Haredi politician from Agudat Yisrael.

Overview[edit]

A heavily Haredi neighborhood, Givat Moshe is home to numerous yeshivas and Hasidic synagogues.

Yeshivas[edit]

Yeshivat Or LeZion

Synagogues[edit]

Rachmastrivka Rebbe Rabbi David Twersky (right) the inauguration of the Rachmastrivka beth midrash

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