They Told Her If You Don’t Get Your Baby Help “Now,” He’s Going To Die

[COMMUNICATED]When most people have an ‘off day’ at work, it can be a set back, but is mostly fixable. For the rabbanim of klal yisroel, however, the stakes are so much higher. In their hands is the literal survival of families who come to them in situations that are a matter of life and death. 

An israeli baby boy was born recently with only half of a jaw. He is unable to eat and spends his days and nights in severe pain. Doctors told his mother if she does not get help for him immediately, he will die. His mother is just a regular young woman who barely manages to pay her own monthly bills. Hysterical, frantic, she calls everyone she knows, but no one can help. In an act of desperation, she goes to a Gadol, pleading her way to the front of the line. But the Gadol cannot help her – for there are so many lives that will be lost if they do not get help this week, and there is only so much the Rav can help.

Stories like these happen every day – and so Rav Dovid Cohen & Rav Boruch Mordechai Ezrachi met to discuss several pikuach nefesh cases. The 36 families involved in the cases need immediately or lives will be lost.

They have turned to the public, with an extraordinary bracha for all those who join them:

“These specific cases are of the highest priority, and are true pikuach nefesh, and their cry is clear and reaches the heart.

It is a great mitzvah to answer their cry and donate generously to this cause. All those who support and donate will be blessed that they should never need the help of others. They should succeed in everything they do, with long life and satisfaction from their descendants. And with G-d’s help, this donation will protect and shield them from all plague and harm, measure for measure. And may G-d fulfill all their wishes for the good.

Rabbi Baruch Mordechai Ezrachi

Rabbi David Cohen”

In addition to receiving the bracha, donors can rest assured that the money they donate will help several men, women, and children to live – the ultimate mitzvah. 




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