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Update: December 24, 2008 After undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments in Israel earlier this year, Rabbi Weinberg has been recuperating but is still very weak.
In the midst of all this, Rabbi Weinberg never stopped moving forward in his lofty goals.
Olam Haba must be just a little more holy this month. Although I personally have never met Rav Weinberg zzt"l I feel the world has lost a great tzaddik who has brought thousands of Jews back to Yiddishkeit. Who will shout from the rooftops of the world about its insanity,resentment and greed? Thanks for the Bracha that protected me when I was in harms way in Bavel. Thank you for your help to discover Hashem and the emet of the holy Torah.
Truly he was a legend in his time - larger than life. Undoubtedly the legacy of his teachings will continue to be spread and make this a better world until the coming of Mashiach. Hamakom Yinachem Eschem Besoch Shar Aveilei Tzion Veyerushalayim. Who will rally the troops to march forward and fight the fight of Torah wisdom and values? What you started will only continue to grow as you have instilled in us a part of you. I was a talmud of R'Noach in 1966 in Yeshivah Mevaseret Yerushaliym. BD'E Will never forget Reb Noach at my time at Ohr Someach from 9/73 - 6/74. It was in 1978, Reb Noach was in Toronto he told me that we need to have a Torah Revolution.
An operation was performed and the doctors are optimistic about the recovery.
He is currently in the hospital, undergoing rehabilitation and gaining back his strength.
The list -- currently numbering in the tens of thousands -- will be given to Rabbi Weinberg to encourage him in his battle for good health. What the Holocaust did to the Jews, Rabbi Weinberg, of blessed memory, did to reverse it.
If you would like to be included, please submit your name (s) to [email protected] My father, ZT"L passed away one week after Rabbi Weinberg and I can tell you that Rabbi Weinberg,will have a friend in Olam Haba. and to qoute the Rabbi- "I"ve spoken to Him- He wants!
Yet the passing of time can desensitize us and cause us to accept the status quo.
Rabbi Weinberg is constantly focused on the fact that the Almighty loves us and is watching over us.
Through this, Rabbi Weinberg is strengthening others in trust in God's kindness, and has full hope that he will overcome the illness, God willing.
Here are some of the fundamental principles of Rabbi Weinberg's teachings that have inspired so many people. Whether you work on changing something small or large, every mitzvah performed makes a difference. For years, Rabbi Weinberg has taught that we must feel one another's pain.
The key is to make a genuine commitment to change for the better, on behalf of the recovery of Yisrael Noach ben Hinda. And now it is our turn to put that into practice to help Rabbi Weinberg.