The Historical Hachnassa!

Panim el Panim is proud to open its 10th year

What a very special day it was!

Thank you to all our friends that attended the historical Hachnassa at the Ammunition Hill. We are excited to unofficially announce that after the event we got first word about the paratroop committee deciding to promote a new building of a synagogue at the Hill.


Panim el Panim Family

Hachnassah

Rabbi Bimyamin Eisener ZT"L

Born at Mount Scopus in Jerusalem. Attended elementary school and high school in Tel Aviv and Kibbutz Yavne. Upon graduating high school, served in the IDF, and then studied at Mercaz Harav Yeshiva. Fought in the Six Day War.

After his marriage studied at Yeshivat Or Etzion. Taught the teachings of Rav Kook and Rabbi Tzvi Yehudah at Ateret Cohanim Yeshiva & Mechina, at Merkaz Harav Yeshiva, Yeshivat Har Hamor and more.

In the eighties was one of the founders of the organization Let My People Go, which pushed for the release of Natan Sharansky and other dissidents in the Soviet prison. Its headquarters was set up at home. Was one of the founders of the educational system "Noam-Tzvia", and amongst the first ones who brought up the Mechina idea.

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American Friends of Panim el Panim

STORY IN A NUT SHELL?

Panim el Panim started bridging the gap in the Israeli society of today 9 years ago. With the years the focus has become on outreaching to high school students, army soldiers, college students, young families, Kibbutzim and even prison inmates.

THE AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP

We, a group of American citizens who "drank the coolaid", just could not resist and started a 501-C3 non-profit friendship organization. We believe that this is a call of the hour for the American community. This is our chance to truly impact the future of Israel.

FROM THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE
Panim el Panim scholars are all not just Rabbis ans esteemed scholars, but also former army officers, pilots, elite units veterans and commanders. Our scholars have a common ground with the students ans soldiers and recieve immediate recognition when entering a classroom.