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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Obituaries

Netanyahu: “His passing is a major loss for ultra-orthodox Judaism and for the entire Jewish People.”

One of the most saintly and admired leaders in the Orthodox Jewish community, and well known in Israel’s political arena, The Vizhnitzer Rebbe, Rabbi Moshe Yehoshua Hager, passed away in Bnei Brak late Tuesday night, after years of suffering. He was 95.

An estimated crowd of over 100,000 filled the streets of Bnei Brak to attend the funeral on Wednesday afternoon. Joining the throngs of chasidim who came from all over the world in paying tribute to one of the world admired Chasidic leaders.

The Rebbes sons-in-laws, the Belzer Rebbe, the Skverer Rebbe, and Satmar Rebbe of Kiryas Yoel were all in attendance.

Rabbi Hager, born in 1916, was the

Solomon Robert Ichay, Rabbi Emeritus of Or VeShalom of Atlanta, passed away on Monday, at the age of . Born in Tunisia, educated in the UK and Zimbabwe, he had been in Atlanta since 1969. Rabbi Ichay was educated in London and graduated from University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland in Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Having served three years as a student rabbi at England’s Manchester Congregation of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, his first full pulpit was at the Sephardic Hebrew

Rabbi Yonatan Sandler – who was savagely murdered along with three children by a gunman outside the yeshiva where he taught in Toulouse, France on Monday morning – had traveled from his native Israel to France to teach Torah to young children and help mold their future as proud Jewish adults. But this week his mission was cut short, as he became another victim of terror.

Originally born in Paris, Yonatan learned as a youngster in the very same yeshiva – Otzar HaTorah – where he eventually became