Watch: Matza [1] making, Brisk [2] style:
Rabbi Soloveitchik, head of the Brisk yeshiva and and the eldest member of the Yeshiva, came to the matzah-making ceremony in the Biderman bakery, despite being 96 years of age. The Rabbi kept a close watch over all to make sure that the rules were abided by.
0202 Editor’s Notes:
[1] Matza – an unleavened flatbread that is traditionally consumed during the Passover holiday.
[2] The “Brisk dynasty” and their followers (known as “Briskers”) are known for a tendency towards strictness in the Halakha (Jewish law).

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2018-03-31T20:56:31+00:0029/03/2018|English, Haredi Jerusalem, Holidays, Judaism, Passover|