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Rabbi Weinberg Speaks

Rabbi Weinberg Speaks

A 10 minute video featuring Rabbi Weinberg on the crisis facing the Jewish people.

by Project Inspire

March 14, 2009

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Visitor Comments: 39

(39) Cail, November 24, 2013 8:52 AM

Still able to inspire

Rav Noach, the world is still inspired by your words and actions. Seeing the video and feeling your heartfelt plea, is a source of strength to us all.

(38) Anonymous, January 18, 2011 1:04 AM

A Precious Gem

Very moving segments about Rabbi Noah Weinberg's life and instruction for living. I consider Rav Noah, the most shining stone produced from the Jewish mine. Because of his great contribution to our society, he left our worl much better than he found it when he was born even when perhaps circumstances worked against him in many aspects. He was obviously concerned about a "shrinking" Jewish population, and managed to instill in many, including myself who did not know him personally, the Torah instructuions that he found so "beautiful beyond compare" and that he in fact knew how to "present it" to us, so that we are able to constantly create a positive impact in the Jewish realm by helping others in their lives journey, to cultivate the practice and, to appreciate G-d"s oness. Rabbi Noah Weinberg certainly left an indeleble mark in all of us, blessed be his soul.

(37) Jennifer, December 22, 2009 3:25 PM


A clarity of vision unsurpassed in our time. Thank you, Reb Noach, for holding onto your vision and for having faith in us.

(36) Amy, December 9, 2009 3:21 AM

A beautiful heart warming video.

(35) Rhonda, December 6, 2009 7:40 PM

Thank G-d

Thank G-d there are people like Rav Weinberg who have such a strong and full belief in Yiddishkeit. Those who also teach it are invaluable to us as a people. Those who teach it to secular Jews are doing the most important work of all.

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