Rabbi Aryeh Levin

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Aryeh Levin

Hebrew: אריה לוין
Also Known As: "רב האסירים", "הצדיק מירושלים"
Birthplace: Urla, Białystok, Podlachia, Poland
Death: Died in Jerusalem, Israel
Place of Burial: Jerusalem, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Benyamin Beinish Beinish Levin and Ettel Levin
Husband of Tzipora Chana Levin
Father of Avraham Binyamin Benjamin Levin; Shifra Jacobovitz; Shayna Chaya Elyashiv; Rabbi Chaim Yaakov Levene; Rasha Yudelevitch and 4 others
Brother of Faiga Levin; Miriam Levin; Moshe Tzvi Levin and Yosfa Levin

Managed by: Shmuel-Aharon Kam (Kahn / שמו...
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About Rabbi Aryeh Levin

Yahrtziet: 9th of Nissan, 5729

Wikipedia: Aryeh Levin and אריה_לוין

Rabbi Aryeh Levin, (March 22, 1885 - March 28, 1969), known as Reb Aryeh, was an Orthodox rabbi dubbed the "Father of Prisoners" for his visits to members of the Jewish underground imprisoned in the Central Prison of Jerusalem in the Russian Compound during the British Mandate. He was also known as the "Tzadik ("saint") of Jerusalem" for his work on behalf of the poor and the sick.

About הרב אריה לוין (עברית)

הרב אריה לוין (22 במרץ 1885 - 28 במרץ 1969; ו' בניסן ה'תרמ"ה - ט' בניסן ה'תשכ"ט), כונה אבי האסירים או רב האסירים.

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Rabbi Aryeh Levin's Timeline

March 22, 1885
Białystok, Podlachia, Poland
Age 14
Age 20
Age 21
Age 24
August 19, 1911
Age 26
March 28, 1969
Age 84
Jerusalem, Israel
March 28, 1969
Age 84
Jerusalem, Israel