Recommendation from Rabbi Eliyahu Biton, Regional Rabbi of Merom Hagalil.

“I hereby wholeheartedly recommend the great personality, the important scribe R’ Maimon Shushan… I have known him for years and he is a scribe who specializes in writing tefillin and mezuzahs with wonderful writing skills. He is proficient in the laws of scribes and even holds a recommendation from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel…”


Approval from Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, Rabbi of Tzfat.

“Rabbi Maimon Shushan visited me and brought letters of recommendation and his certification from great Rabbis who had written the “Yoreh-Yoreh” certification for him, and I also spoke to him and saw that he is filled with fear and love of God, and learned in Kollel for a few years…He is authorized to serve as a community rabbi by Rabbi Bakshi Doron, the former Sephardic Chief Rabbi, and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel.”


Recommendation from Rabbi Avraham Dov Auerbach, Head of the Beit Din in Tiberias.

“This is to hereby recognize and appreciate the esteemed scholar…R’ Maimon Shushan, who learned in the holy yeshivas of Israel and who I have known closely for a few years now…He has already been certified as a Rabbi by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel…and he is worthy of serving in rabbinical positions…”


Certification as a Rabbi from Rabbi Levi Bistritzky (of blessed memory), Rabbi of Tzefat.
“R’ Maimon son of R’ David of the Shushan family…who studied with amazing diligence since his youth and was successful in his efforts…God was pleased with him and he succeeded in ascending the heights of the Torah…He is fit to stand at the head of a Jewish community…”


Authorization from Rabbi Shalom Levi, Rabbi of Kiryat Shmona.

“He brought me many certifications showing his broad Jewish knowledge…and those greater than me have already lauded him and given him certificates of completion for his study of the laws of scribes…and for many of the parts of the Shulchan Aruch.”


“Yoreh Yoreh” Certification from Rabbi Mordechai Diei, Rabbi of Hazor HaGlilit.
“Rabbi Maimon Shushan son of David came to me…and I spoke to him about the laws of Issur V’heter. He answered yes and no correctly to my questions, and therefore I also give my authorization and say to him “Yoreh-Yoreh.”


Rabbi Shushan with the Sephardic Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Moshe Shlomo Amar


Certificate of capability to serve as a community rabbi from the Sephardic Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Bakshi Doron, and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel.

“When a simple Jew kisses the fringes of his tzitzit,
it is precious in the heavens
even more than the most sublime praises
of the angel Michael.”

(The Ba’al Shem Tov)