"Hoshen Yeshuot" Publishing House publishes the teachings of the Rabbis of the Yeshiva, who inquire in depth about the teachings of Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook and his son Rabbi Zvi Yehuda HaCohen Kook זצ"ל.
The books shed light on various issues related to the course of Israel's redemption in recent generations, such as: the love of Israel; the value of Israeli public life; understanding the Geula and its processes; the value of Israeli military heroism; the value of agriculture in Israel; the relation between the sacred and weekdays; Israeli culture. In light of this sub-theme, subjects such as the building of the dimensions of the soul, Torah and the Tanach are also given a new perspective.
The books are compiled from lessons taught by the Rabbis at the Yeshiva over the years. An enormous amount of work is being done to organize the lessons into a complete set of thoughts, so the books will constitute milestones in the building of our faith and thought.
So far, Hosen Yeshuot has published over 50 books with an average of three books a year.
Please join us in our efforts to increase and glorify the light of the Torah by investing in the publications of books that will benefit Klal Yisrael.
Yeshivat Har Hamor
Yeshivat Har Hamor was founded in Jerusalem in the year 5758, by the pupils of our Rav, Rav Zvi Yehuda HaCohen Kook זצ"ל The purpose of the Yeshiva is to build the Torah in Am Israel. The Yeshiva regards the need of raising wise pupils, enriched with Torah and idealism, as its national task.
These pupils will also be partners in establishing the State of Israel's spiritual vision, and lead the internal processes, which are presently taking place in our people. Hundreds of boys and hundreds of yeshiva boys, presently learn in the Yeshiva. They diligently learn, day and night, all parts of the Torah, while also combining military service.
Yeshivat Har Hamor imbibes its spirit from Rav Abraham Yitshak HaCohen Kook זצ"ל ., which lightens and guides the way of Torah in our unique generation, while visioning the Devine Providence, revealed in the revival of Am Israel in its country.