By COLlive reporter
American bochurim enrolled at Yeshiva Tzeirei Hashluchim in Tzfas are still in Crown Heights as the new year is meant to begin, due to a delay in receiving their visas.
The bochurim will be joining a daily learning program at the Aguda Shul on Crown Street until their student visas are approved by the Israeli government.
The bochurim will be meeting each day at 9:00 AM for shacharis, followed by breakfast and a Shiur with Rabbi Levi Garelik.
They will also be joining a Shiur with Rabbi Mendel Lipskar, Head Shliach of South Africa.
The program is being organized with the approval of the Yeshiva by Rabbi Moshe Pinson of Bais Shmuel Chabad in Crown Heights and Rabbi Shimon Freundlich, Shliach in Beijing China.
The organizers are hopeful that the visas will be approved and issued sometime next week, but were insistent that the bochurim should not waste time and begin to get “in the mode of learning and into the Yeshiva spirit,” they said.