TEHILLIM: Lakewood BMG Rosh Yeshiva, Reb Malkiel Kotler, being rushed into emergency surgery; Aryeh Malkiel ben Rishel [UPDATED WEDNESDAY]

Lakewood BMG Rosh Yeshivah Reb Aryeh Malkiel Kotler, is being rushed into emergency surgery.

Hatzolah responded to his 5th Street home earlier today, and rushed him to the hospital.

The family is asking all to be Mispallel for Aryeh Malkiel ben Rishel.

UPDATE 5:25 PM: Tehillim is being held now at the BMG Yoshon building.

UPDATE 5:50 PM: The situation has stabilized somewhat, and they have cancelled surgery for the time being. Other procedures are currently being done. Tefillos still needed.

UPDATE 8:30 AM: The Lakewood BMG Rosh Yeshiva’s condition has stabilized. Overnight, the Rosh Yeshiva was transferred to the Cleveland Clinic.
He is still in need of Rachamei Shomayim.

Please continue to be Mispallel for R’ Aryeh Malkiel ben Rishel

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    • Dave must have meant something different, The Gedolim are not supposed to be intimidated by anyone. Lo saguro meish! Maybe scratch the comment

  1. you would think the LWS would have more frequent updates on the leading RY of their entire town??? unless of course it was requested that info not be shared but i think people are genuinely concerned for the ry and not just snooping for news

    • You would think by now you would know the way we operate.

      We don’t post random information from the Mikva or from chats. We also don’t post unnecessary details – especially when the family wishes to maintain privacy.

      All information we posted with regards to the Rosh Yeshiva was vetted and verified by the Askonim and family involved. We don’t post random information just to fill up space on our page – especially when dealing with such a sensitive situation.

      We were first to be notified of the Rosh Yeshiva’s situation, and we’ll continue bringing our readers the most up-to-date, accurate and pertinent information, as we see necessary.

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