Building a Future

Construction of the yeshiva complex

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Vision for the complex

Establishment of a New Beit Midrash 

After 20 years of successful operation, the Hesder Yeshiva of Eilat is about to take its next big step forward.
The Yeshiva, which is composed of 120 students learning day and night, plus 60 soldiers currently serving in the IDF, is about to expand.
The Eilat municipality has allocated a 56 dunam (21 acres) plot of land for the Yeshiva upon which the future religious educational complex will be established for the benefit of all Eilat residents. The complex will include the new Beit Midrash, dormitories, cafeteria and additional buildings that will be open to Eilat residents interested in being more involved in Judaism - such as a new synagogue, mikveh, yeshiva high school, daycare centers, a religious-Zionist tourism center and more.We are privileged to have the full support of the mayor, Mr. Meir Yitzchak Halevi, who, together with additional entities at the municipality, understands that the Yeshiva is very strategically significant to the city.
The Beit Midrash and religious community in Eilat serves to balance out the leisure and entertainment culture of Eilat with values ​​of the Jewish nation.
Thus, we have received ongoing assistance and partnership from the municipality.

Some details about the future Beit Midrash 

the Beit Midrash will have 230 seats, 7 classrooms of varying sizes, a mikveh, Rosh Yeshiva’s office, library, room for the faculty rabbis and a computer room.

Programs & Simulations

Imaging of the Hesder Yeshiva complex

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Schedule & Updates

Receipt of the building permit

15 September

After many months of work, we were privileged to receive, before Rosh Hashana, the building permit for the Beit Midrash

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Construction update - We can finally see the beginnings of the new building!

10 September

Construction is full speed ahead. You can even see the foundation in place!

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Beginning of construction ceremony

27 July

At the moving ceremony, the students and rabbis of the yeshiva welcomed the heavy equipment that arrived at the site to begin construction of the Beit Midr…

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