The Jerusalem monk is the tenth book in the successful series of books "The greats of the nation for the children of Israel", the exemplary figures that illuminated the path of the people of Israel. The book describes the character of Rabbi David Cohen, who was one of the greatest students of Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Cohen Kook. Rabbi HaNazir turned out to be a rare figure: great in the Torah and a keen researcher, a man of manners and acceptance, possessing a poetic soul. His noble character left an indelible mark of purity and aspiration for excellence on everyone who had the privilege of being near him. Why did David, the young boy, burst into tears when he heard the rabbi's question? What is the benefit of the insulting words of the train station guard? What meeting changed the life of the hermit rabbi? Why did rabbi the monk stop coming to the classes of his great rabbi, Rabbi Kook? Why did the rabbi the monk keep quiet and stand in the middle of a gate that he passed? What gift did the rabbi the monk give to his granddaughter who came for the mitzvah? What brought the hermit rabbi to leave his vow and leave his home after nineteen years? Why did Rabbi the monk refuse to sit on a throne at an event held in his honor at the President's House? And how did Rabbi the monk leave a wise student, a British officer and a group of Arabs stunned and speechless? Twenty-four stories, well crafted and beautifully illustrated, will meet you with a wondrous and fascinating character that will describe your world and the world of your children forever.