About Diaspora Yeshiva
The Diaspora Yeshiva campus on Mount Zion, Jerusalem, which is located adjacent to King David’s Tomb, right beside the Kotel, in the Old City of Jerusalem, has a program that teaches Gemara-learning skills, B’Iyun, in the shita of sugiyot (subjects), of Slobodka Yeshiva.
The Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Yitzchak Goldstein shlita, is a talmid muvhak of Rav Moshe Hillel Hirsch, the Rosh Yeshiva of Slobodka, whom he learned with as a chavrusa in his yeshiva for 11 years.
All the Rabbis of the Yeshiva are highly skilled in teaching Gemara B’Iyun.
The Yeshiva is a Musar Yeshiva that provides a one-year post-high school program focusing on personal-growth, yirat Shamayim, and training the boys to live a balanced Torah life.
The Yeshivah has programs with universities as the AFU (American Federal University) in South America, which offers students opportunities to learn in various locations throughout the World.
To help students achieve their educational goals in a unique and dynamic environment.
The Roni Institute (Machon Roni) is the leading seminary for Jewish studies in the Spanish language, and provides Jewish studies for women and girls.
For the past eight years, the Roni College has devoted itself to teaching the Jews the way of Judaism and accompanies them until the goal of Geri Tzedek is achieved. Ensures their integration in the Land of Israel and in Israeli society.
The experience and success gained by the Roni seminary staff in teaching Grim aroused interest in the Jews, and we were asked to open a door to the development of the Jewish potential inherent in everyone's heart, and to teach them the wisdom and beauty of Judaism.