Yeshivat Har Bracha (Hebrew: ישיבת הר-ברכה), is a national-religious yeshiva in Har Brakha, an Israeli settlement in the West Bank near Nablus. The yeshiva was founded in 1991 by Rabbi Eliezer Melamed. In addition to the standard Hesder program, the yeshiva offers several programs: Shiluvim Program – a scholarship program that allows single and married students who have graduated the Hesder program the opportunity to obtain an academic degree at Ariel University, while continuing their Torah studies in the yeshiva. More information...

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