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Rabbi Isaiah Horowitz, the ‘Sh’lah’ (1565-1630), was born in Prague. A scholar of outstanding reputation, he served as chief Rabbi of Krakow, and more famously, of Frankfort (1610-1620).

He is known as the ‘Sh’lah’, which is the abbreviation of the title of his magnum opus, Shnei Luchot HaBrit, a classic work in Jewish tradition, combining insights into the weekly portion, the holidays and Jewish law.

His burial site is in Tiberius, near the tomb of the Rambam. His Yahrtzeit is  – 11, Nisan

The traditional prayer of parents on behalf of their children that is read Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan.


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Erev Rosh Chodesh Sivan Prayer

Prayer of the ShLah

תפילת השל”ה

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