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Rabbi Sacks Diagnosed With Cancer

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of Britain and one of the leading voices of Jewish teachings, was diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing treatment, a spokesperson announced. Full Story

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bh
October 15, 2020 7:38 pm

refua shelima

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October 21, 2020 3:28 am

מתפללים לרפואה שלימה ונשמע בשורות טובות

Feel good
October 15, 2020 7:43 pm

Oyyy horrible be should have a fast recovery he is a great man

Wrong wording..
October 15, 2020 7:47 pm

As frum yiddin we were always careful not to use that word and exchange it with the words “yener machla” (that sickness) so as not to give koach (power) to the sickness!

May he have a refuse sheleima!

Am Israel chai
October 15, 2020 7:56 pm

Refuah shleimah

Feel good
October 15, 2020 9:05 pm

He should have a complete recovery very soon!! I’ve read his work before and my father has told it over many times at the shabbos tish. He speaks very eloquently

דברי חכמים בנחת נשמעים
October 16, 2020 12:40 am

As an extraordinary (perhaps uniquely appreciated and respected) teacher to every facet of the Jewish people, he has the heartfelt תפילות and ברכות of all of כלל ישראל. May he have a complete and speedy recovery so he may continue to inspire and mentor all of us with great wisdom, love and vigor. I certainly will include his chapter of Tehilim in my daily Tehilim בל”נ. I’d like to recommend that all חב”ד shuls make a מי שברך for him (each Shabbos) until he has healed. I’m sure that this would give him חיזוק if he was informed of this.… Read more »

רפואה שלימה
October 16, 2020 7:05 am

My first concern after the friday shacharit, every week, is to find the קרוב אליך shul divrei torah where rabbi Sacks writes his remarkable dvar torah that I am happy to transfer to my wife, children and guests. Sometimes I repeat it on the other shabbat meals to my parents and my wife’s parents. I have those divrei torah from previous years and it is a joy to reread it again and again. Therefore I wish rabbi Sacks to continue this very important project for many many years in health. We pray for your health. Shabbat shalom from Yerushalayim

Austin, TX
October 18, 2020 2:09 am

What is his mother’s Hebrew name? Refua shlayma to a great scholar.

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