26 March

Completion of the Concrete Skeleton

The construction of the skeleton of the Beit Midrash was completed right on time. The yeshiva building stands, and after Pesach, work on the interior will begin. The construction of the shape of the beit midrash, the women's section, classrooms, the Rosh Yeshiva's room, the foyer areas, the mikveh, and the window frame at the front has been completed. The front wall's height is about 9 meters and produces an impressive look that blends well with Eilat's desert landscape. Less than a year ago, the area designated for construction was an abandoned sandy hill. Today the yeshiva building stands there. The cost of building the skeleton, close to 2 million NIS, was financed by the yeshiva graduates. Each graduate contributed as much as they could, while on average, each graduate donated thousands of shekels for the benefit of establishing the permanent structure of the yeshiva. We have come a long way, but much work remains to be done. Now, we face forward, to the plumbing and electrical work, to the finishes and furniture. Onward to the yeshiva's inauguration, with God's help!

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17 February

We Have a Roof!

In a complex engineering operation - the roof of the beit midrash was laid.

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17 January

Foundations for Rooms

The foundation was built for the classrooms and the other rooms on the floor of the beit midrash.

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15 December

Laying the Beit Midrash's Roof

Towards the days of Chanukah, we add holiness, and this time we add another exciting update.

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01 November

The Beit Midrash is Taking Shape

The yeshiva building is already beginning to "take shape" and the skeleton of the first floor is being completed.

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04 October

Casting the floor of the beit midrash

On the eve of Sukkot - the holiday of temporary dwellings, we were privileged to cast the floor of the Beit Midrash. May there be a desire to live out the phrase "I have dwelt in the house of the Lord all the days of my life."

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10 September

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

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

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26 July

Cornerstone laying ceremony - it’s nice to remember

Over a year ago, we held our cornerstone laying ceremony. Now, as the tractors work at the site, it is nice to remember those days when beginning construction was still a distant dream.

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24 July

Building foundations for the mikveh

For construction of a mikveh for the yeshiva students, metal was brought in to build the foundations at the site. Thank God, we are watching the beginning of the construction process.

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27 July

Beginning of construction ceremony

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 Midrash.

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15 September

Receipt of the building permit

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

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30 June

Allocation of the land: Approved

The Planning and Construction Committee approved allocation of the land for the Torani complex in the city

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15 April

Cornerstone laying ceremony

In an impressive ceremony attended by hundreds of people, the cornerstone laying ceremony for the new Beit Midrash was held

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