Rabbi Dov Berish Weidenfeld (1881–1965; Chief Rabbi of Tshebin) on the importance of learning the Halacha Yomis of Rav Yonah Sztencl Zatzal
Chief Rabbi of Czeladź, Poland Rav of Sosnowiec, Poland
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein on daily Mishnah Yomis and Halacha Yomis studies
Front cover of Torah Novellae of the Genius From Sosnowiec, comprising Sztencl's two works, Beis Shlomo and 
Koheles Shlomo.
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky looking at the book
Approbation from Rabbi Chaim Ozer Grodzinski of Sztencl's work Kohelet Shlomo
Rabbinic approbation of Rabbi Aryeh Tzvi Frumer for one of Sztencl's books

Learning program which covers the entire Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim followed by the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch.

- Halacha Yomis

The younger Sztencl was best known as the originator of the Mishnah Yomis and Halacha Yomis study programs, which are currently administered by his son, Rabbi Shlomo Sztencl, who is named after his grandfather.

- Shlomo Sztencl
Rabbi Dov Berish Weidenfeld (1881–1965; Chief Rabbi of Tshebin) on the importance of learning the Halacha Yomis of Rav Yonah Sztencl Zatzal

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Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, together with Rabbi Yona Shtencel founder Daily Halacha daily mishna
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, together with Rabbi Yona Shtencel founder Daily Halacha daily mishna
החזון איש משמש כסנדק בברית מילה, תל אביב, סוף שנות ה-40

Rabbi Yona Sztencl (Hebrew: יונה שטנצל, pronounced Shtentzel) (1904–1969) was a Jewish Orthodox Rabbi who founded the Mishnah Yomis and the Halacha Yomis.

Sztencl was born in Sosnowiec, Poland on 3 August 1904 to Rabbi Shlomo and Miriam Baila Zweigenhaft.