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Hillel Weinberg

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Rabbi

Yosef Hillel Weinberg
Personal
Born
Yosef Hillel Weinberg

Jerusalem
ReligionJudaism
ParentsRabbi Noah Weinberg and Denah Weinberg
Jewish leader
PredecessorRabbi Noah Weinberg
YeshivaAish HaTorah
Began2009

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Hillel Weinberg (Hebrew: יוסף הלל וינברג‎) is an Orthodox Jewish rabbi. He currently serves as mashgiach ruchani at the Slabodka yeshiva in Bnei Brak.

Early life and family[edit]

Yosef Hillel Weinberg was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and grew up in the Kiryat Sanz neighborhood. He is the son of Rabbi Noah Weinberg[1] and Rebbetzin Denah Weinberg, founder of the EYAHT College of Jewish Studies for Women. His paternal grandfather, Yitzchak Mattisyahu Weinberg, was a Slonimer Hasid and a grandson of the first Slonimer Rebbe, Rabbi Avrohom Weinberg.[2] His paternal grandmother, Hinda, was a descendant of Rabbi Jacob ben Jacob Moses of Lissa (1760–1832), author of Nesivos Hamishpat.

Career[edit]

He studied at the Slabodka Yeshiva in Bnei Brak and for one year learnt in the Lakewood Yeshiva under Rabbi Shneur Kotler. After returning to Bnei Brak he became the mashgiach ruchani of the Slabodka yeshiva, and served as the mashgiach of Yeshivas Even Yisrael in Jerusalem.[1]

Following the death of his father in 2009, Weinberg was asked to serve as interim rosh yeshiva at Yeshivas Aish HaTorah, which his father had founded. A few years later he returned to his post as mashgiach ruchani at Yeshivas Slabodka in Bnei Brak.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Weinberg's first wife, Baila, died in 2017. In 2019 he announced his engagement to Rebbetzin Yehudit Biegel of Afula.[1]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Kahana, Shaul (May 21, 2019). "משגיח הישיבה התארס עם הרבנית מעפולה" [Yeshiva's Mashgiach Engaged to a Rebbetzin from Afula]. Kikar HaShabbat (in Hebrew). Retrieved October 29, 2019.CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)
  2. Berkowitz, Avraham. "The Rosh Yeshivah and the Shliach". Chabad.org. Retrieved 24 February 2010.

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