Root Source and the Rabbi Shmuel
Announce Content Hosting Agreement


Root Source is excited to make a special announcement.

Last year, we had the great fortune to cooperate with the Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz Center, to host Rabbi Steinsaltz ob” m’s English language lectures on our platform.

In this way, we play a pivotal role in the dissemination of the Torah thoughts of this larger than life educator to a larger audience, specifically Christians who are thirsty for learning God’s authentic Word from the great rabbis of our time who are the latest link in the chain of tradition and transmission since Moses.

With God’s help, we now announce an arrangement with another leading Torah scholar, Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu.

Rabbi Eliyahu is the Chief Rabbi of the ancient holy city of Safed, the president of the Kehillot community education movement, editor of a series of books about his saintly father Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu as well as author of over a dozen original works, and is recognized as one of the leading rabbis of the National Religious public in Israel and around the world. His biannual prayer sessions at the Western Wall in Jerusalem and the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron draw thousands of faithful.

His Youtube channel, with over 3,000 videos, has over 15,000 subscribers and more than four million views.

His lessons and articles are distributed in many varied channels, and Root Source is now honored to be hosting his English content on our blog, for the benefit of our Root Source friends and supporters.

With Torah giants such as Rabbi Steinsaltz and Rabbi Eliyahu, we are confident that more English speaking Torah teachers will realize that teaching Torah to the Nations on Root Source is not only an option, but a veritable commandment, mandated to us in the Torah, the Prophets and the Writings. “”For out of Zion shall come the Torah and the Word of God from Jerusalem (Isaiah 2).””

A video or blog post of Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu will be featured on Root Source’s free email newsletter, available at A complete achive of these postings can be found at

Here is a sample of Rabbi Eliyahu’s sweet wisdom, sharing how important God’s Word is, not only for the Jewish People but for all mankind: