A Rare Opportunity –
You can be a FULL Partner of Entire Shas
In Just One Year!

          Everyone who has studied Talmud Torah knows that those who financially support scholars in their study of Torah, when done as a partnership (known as Yissachar-Zevulun), acquire an equal share of that study. It is their mitzvah for life and beyond.

          Thus, those who support the Talmidei Chachomim at Shas Yiden, merit a portion in the annual 84,000 daf of the entire Talmud Bavli that they study. It should be noted that with their daily multiple reviews, that translates into well over 420,000 daf!

Impact beyond the grave

          It concerned Harav Chaim, the beloved talmid of the Vilna Gaon and the legendary Rosh Yeshiva of the Volozhin Yeshiva. Reb Chaim had a Yissachar-Zevulun pact with a local shoemaker – a man who was totally unlearned but who dearly valued Torah learning.  Their ‘deal’ was that he would have a 50-50 deal with Reb Chaim. He would pay the monthly financial support for Reb Chaim and would receive half the merit – the mitzvah and the knowledge – in the World to Come.

          One day the shoemaker passed away suddenly. During the shiva period, Reb Chaim was facing a perplexing halachic question and researched high and low for a solution. That night the shoemaker appeared to him in a dream and gave him the full solution that he sought. Reb Chaim was amazed and commented, “So quickly, so quickly has he acquired the zchus and knowledge of the Torah that had been studied!”

Reb Chaim’s 2 for 1
Whoever supports Shas Yiden is zocheh to fulfill both Yissachar-Zevulun and aniyei Eretz Yisroel in the fullest sense of the word.

The Halacha

          In Yoreh De’ah #246 regarding the efficacy of the Yissachar-Zevulun Pact it states:  it is considered as if he learned all the Torah himself.

          This opportunity to become a master of the entire Shas has been a cherished way to honor family members and others as a prized possession. It has also proven to be a source of comfort for mourners to obtain such a zechus for their dear ones during the year of mourning – a siyum of the entire Shas can be completed on the yahrzeit!

Official Shtar

          Each Yissachar-Zevulun pact is confirmed by an official document (a shtar) from Shas Yiden specifying the learning, and is witnessed by talmidei chachomim.

          All who wish to enter in A Yissachar-Zevulun pact for the entire Shas during ONE year should contact Shas Yiden to make arrangements : 718-702-1528.

“And all those who are generous of heart and who love Torah and its scholars, who will support and participate materially in a generous fashion and in a generous spirit, will merit to be blessed from the Source of all blessings with all good things, and will merit to see children and grandchildren busy with Torah and mitzvos.”

Maran Hagaon Hagadol Harav Chaim Kanievsky, Shlit”a


“All those who help and support will be blessed with long days, and years of life and the merits of the Torah will protect them amid happiness, wealth and all good.”

Maran Hagaon Hagadol Rishon L’Tzion Harav Ovadia Yosef, Zt”l.


“And certainly all those who help and continue these efforts will merit and be blessed with all good things as are blessed those who support Torah.”

Harav Shalom Cohen, Shlit”a


“The important and unique Shas Yiden … is a great and mighty feat so that the oral law will be known thoroughly. There is no other need than to bless all those who help and support Shas Yiden, the merit of the Torah of the students, will bring upon him all good.”

Harav Moshe Tzadka, Shlit”a

“Therefore, the great mitzvah to support the efforts [of the Talmidei Chachomim] with generous donations in order that they should continue diligently with their studies to affect the greatness of the Torah and its glory.”

Harav Yaakov Hillel, Shlit”a


… the deed [of Zevulun] is greater than the doer [Yissachar], because without him he could not have studied Torah…he gave him food to eat…

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