Friday, November 30, 2007

This morning Rabbi Moshe Levinger suffered a stroke at his home in Hebron. He was hospitalized at Hadassah Ein Karem hospital in Jerusalem, where he was operated on for several hours for removal of a blood clot in his brain. Doctors report that the next 48 hours are critical. He is being kept in the intensive care unit of the hospital.
The public is requested to continue praying for the speedy recovery of Rabbi Moshe ben Tirza HaLevi

(and also
for Yosef Shabtai ben Rachel Glika)

2 comments:

Cookie said...

any updates????

the sabra said...

Update on condition of Rabbi Moshe Levinger: Members of Rabbi Levinger's family said that the Rabbi's condition has improved and that he is no longer in critical condition. He is still not fully conscious due to medication he is receiving. The public is requested to continue praying for Rabbi Moshe ben Tirza.
Emails wishing the Rabbi a speedy recovery can be sent to ateret@hebron.org.il - they will be forwarded to members of the family.