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The yeshiva, located at 824 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York 11213, was founded in 1962 by Rabbi Yisroel Jacobson, a Chabad activist, to accommodate baalei teshuva interested in full-time study in a traditional yeshiva environment. It is located in the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic community in the multi-ethnic neighborhood of Crown Heights in Brooklyn, New York.
The yeshiva is a branch of the National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education (NCFJE). Rabbi Jacob J. Hecht, executive vice president and national director of the NCFJE, played a pivotal role in the yeshiva's development and was its dean. After his death the yeshiva renamed Yeshivas Kol Yaakov Yehudah - Hadar Hatorah Rabbinical Seminary in recognition of his efforts.
The school accommodates students of all backgrounds, and with affiliation to all Jewish movements.
- Rosh Yeshiva: Rabbi Yaakov Goldberg.
- Mashpia: Rabbi Yosef Boruch Wircberg.
- Mashgiach: Rabbi Yankl Osdoba.
- Rabbi Yishaya Rose
- Abe Saks
- Kalmanson, By Rabbi Sholom B. (June 13, 2007). "Time To Give Chabad Its Due". The Jewish Press. Retrieved 25 December 2009.
- "Faculty". Retrieved 25 December 2009.
- Kamin-Meyer, Tami (August 17, 2009). "NYU Graduates Return to Campus as Jewish Leaders in Ontario". Chabad.
Following his sophomore year, Rose transferred to Hadar HaTorah, a Chabad-Lubavitch yeshiva in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn primarily for students who came from non-religious homes.
- Zaklikowski, Dovid. "A Basketball Coach's Change of Career". Chabad-Lubavitch Media Center.
- Hadar Hatorah Yeshiva website
- Published Reunion Journals by the Yeshiva
- Beginning history of Hadar Hatorah
- Online audio library of classes given at Hadar Hatorah