Chassidim of Nadvorna in the Inauguration of a Torah scroll to the beit midrash
Tish in Nadvorna
Gravesite of the Admorim of Nadvorna on the Mount of Olives
Tish in Nadvorna
Chassidim of Nadvorna in the introduction of a Torah scroll to their Beit Midrash
The building of the Nadvorna Hassidic institutions, located in the center of Kiryat Nadvorna.
Rabbi Nathan David Rosenbaum, Rebbe of Zutschka

Known as the Tzidkas Yosef after the name of his posthumously-published sefer, he was a scion of the Nadvorna dynasty.

- Yosef Leifer

Grand Rabbi Yosef Leifer of Pittsburg (1891–1966), author of Tzidkas Yosef, son of Rabbi Yissachar Dov Ber (Bertche) of Nadvorna-Satmar

- Nadvorna (Hasidic dynasty)
Chassidim of Nadvorna in the Inauguration of a Torah scroll to the beit midrash

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Avraham Abba Leifer

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The second Rebbe of the Pittsburg Hasidic dynasty and the instigator for the relocation of the Hasidut from its original location in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the Israeli coastal city of Ashdod.

The second Rebbe of the Pittsburg Hasidic dynasty and the instigator for the relocation of the Hasidut from its original location in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the Israeli coastal city of Ashdod.

Avraham Abba Leifer was born in Nagykároly, Hungary (today Carei, Romania) to Rabbi Yosef Leifer, the grandson of Rabbi Mordechai of Nadvorna and a direct descendant of Grand Rabbi Meir the Great of Premishlan, a disciple of the Baal Shem Tov.

He married Rachel Rosenbaum, the daughter of Rabbi Isamar Rosenbaum, Admor of Nadvorna.

Grand Rabbi Mordechai Yissachar Ber Leifer (right) with Grand Rabbi Shmuel Shmelke Leifer of Chust (US), 2006

Mordechai Yissachar Ber Leifer

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The third Rebbe of the Pittsburgh Hasidic dynasty.

The third Rebbe of the Pittsburgh Hasidic dynasty.

Grand Rabbi Mordechai Yissachar Ber Leifer (right) with Grand Rabbi Shmuel Shmelke Leifer of Chust (US), 2006

He was the son of Grand Rabbi Avraham Abba Leifer and the grandson of Grand Rabbi Yosef Leifer, a scion of the Nadvorna Hasidic dynasty who founded the Hasidut in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1924.