Excitingly Moshe Ortner went into the room of the Ruv Z”L in Tel Aviv to tell the Ruv that they assembled ten Bochurim to learn in the new Yeshivas Belz. With ten Bochurim in place the Ruv gave the okay to start the Zeman. The Yeshiva was headed by the Bilgoray’er Ruv and the Ruv Z”L directed every aspect of it, the Limudim, Shabbosim, lunches, and sleeping conditions.
Although in Belz there was the Yoshvim Institution and not a Yeshiva, the Ruv Z”L saw that after the war the way to rebuild and preserve the Avodah of Belz is only through a Yeshiva.
With the great Chasodim of Hashem, the Yeshiva grew exponentially over the years. Many thousands of Talmidim graduated, going on to shape the fabric of Chassidus around the world.