Hanochas Even Hapinah For Yeshivas Mayan Hatorah

PHOTOS of the Hanochas Even Hapinah for the new building of Yeshivas Mayan Hatorah which is to be built on Milton Street. (Mobile users click here for photos).

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  1. I wonder whether the yeshiva ever thought about the yashrus of building a yeshiva building on a quiet residential dead end street? Where is the consideration for people who have lived on that street in peace for years??

  2. Well, now these people will be zocheh to hear the kol hatorah throught the day and night. We need more torah and more yeshivos. Kol hakavod to the yeshiva for building a makom kavua. May they be zoche to spread the word of hashem to every corner of lakewood.

  3. Mister anonymous I think you should look into that comment before talking, because this block will only be enhanced once this Yeshiva moves in. It is going to be a beautiful building.

  4. The yeshiva is truly exceptional, led by a Rosh Yeshiva and Rebbeim devoted to the talmidim B’lev v’nefesh. How fortunate is the community to be near them.

  5. There isnt a Jewish person on the block!
    One house is Mexican. Others are looking to sell to Jews now that a yeshiva is there. Their property value goes up. Now, who would YOU rather have as a neighbor – the Yeshiva or Mexicans?

  6. Would you have the same attitude if a non-jewish high school would open next door to you? How about if its a Christian school and they say that you’re being “zoche” to have it next door to you?

    As to the last points made by Parent of the Yeshiva: a) Who cares what nationality people are, don’t non-Jewish people deserve the same quality of life as anyone else? b) Do you have any evidence that property values will go up? In every instance I’m aware of (and I qualify by saying I’m not an expert by any stretch), the opening of a school on a residential street lowers property values considerably, as most people do not want the noise and traffic on their street c) Did the Yeshiva at least take the neighbors into consideration before buying the parcel and designing the building? Or was it the typical bulldozer attitude of “its a zchus for them” “the Chazon Ish says” “they’re not Jewish anyways so who cares”

  7. and before my statement gets misconstrued, I think its a termendous zchus that new we have so many yeshivas in our town, I’m just questioning why they can’t be located in non residential areas where they belong

  8. sounds like to me that, that fellow thinks yeshivas are a desease of some sort that belong secluded away from civilization. why does a yeshivah belong outside any residential area.maybe torah is contagious and he dont wanna catch none!

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