The father who died at seven on his baby son is brought to rest: "Said he is no longer able"
Hundreds of participants at the 31-year-old Yitzhak Meir Weiss funeral who collapsed at his home in Bnei Brak during the seven-year-old son's death died in a crib. Rabbi Weiss eulogized: "When you felt you couldn't do more, your heart didn't work." The medic who tried to save the baby also treated the father: "The feelings are severe"
The father who died at seven on his baby son is brought to rest: "Said he is no longer able"Photo: Yotam Ronen Union and Rescue, ZAKA, Edit: Amit Simcha
Hundreds of people arrived at the Divrei Chaim synagogue in Bnei Brak on Sunday evening to accompany 31-year-old Yitzhak Meir Weiss who collapsed and died at his home in Bnei Brak during the seven-year death of his half-year-old baby son. The funeral and eulogy campaign left the synagogue and will continue to the Rehovot Cemetery, where Yatman will remain.
"How much Yitzhak was waiting to establish a home and family," obedient to the father of Rabbi Noam Alon, the head of the oldest Mir Yeshiva in the city. "A few attempts have tried you and you have stood up to them all valiantly. You have stood them all innocently. You have stood them all in complete faith, until the last attempt. The Almighty told Abraham our father 'Take your only son whom you loved.' The Almighty told Rabbi Yitzchak Take your only son whom you loved - those who try such things in attempts. The last attempt, silently, in silence, too.
Yitzhak's relatives said that just last week, the baby's funeral was attended by the Yarkon cemetery in Tel Aviv. According to Rabbi Alon, "We were here last week in the Isaac's stand and bravely stood." He said that Weiss, the father, had given them a lesson on meeting the trials despite the difficulty. "As a teacher you have given us your whole life lesson how to meet the experience of joy and courtesy. Rabbi Isaac, good heart. What is a good heart? A heart that gives to each other. Giving without taking anything. You were all giving. A faithful student, a devoted student and learning to master The degree of giving. You were all giving. You didn't know how to give yourself anything you gave each other. That was when you served as the head of the yeshiva, when you cared about all the guys in the yeshiva, you just wanted to give. "
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The funeral of Yitzhak Meir Weiss, tonight (Photo: Boaz Efrat)
Released Isaac Meir Weiss, 31, who died at his home in Bnei Brak during the swearing-in of his son who died in the crib, December 15, 2019 (Photo: Walla system! NEWS)
The rabbi described Weiss as a student who was always happy, despite the family's great crisis at the time of the baby's death. "What a heart, all of you giving," he said. "You gave endlessly until you felt that you were giving so much, and that you couldn't do more your heart didn't work for you. Good heart. You taught us a lesson in faith, a lesson in giving, a lesson in innocence. So you'll miss us, all your family who were so connected to you "You gave yourself up to your only son, and we're now following you Isaac's public. It doesn't just belong to your family, it belongs to the whole."
The rabbi added that "God Almighty reminds the people of Israel and the family of these principles we are following. You would recommend honesty to all the people of Israel. Come out to you all the elders, all the great ones you are. Go to the Almighty Chair and tell him to calm down the law, which will remove his nose from us. "More in Walla! NEWS More in Walla! NEWS
A tragedy in Bnei Brak: A father collapsed and died in the middle of seven on his baby sonTo the full article
"When you felt you couldn't do more, your heart didn't work." Yitzhak Meir Weiss and his son, 5 months ago
Only four days after burying his toddler son, only six months old, after he died in the crib at the caretaker's home in Bnei Brak, Yitzhak Meir Weiss, only 31, collapsed, and after his CPR efforts - his death was determined. (Photo: Untitled)
Weiss's uncle also eulogized him, talking about his mental powers. "We are amazed at the strength of the heather and the ability to survive, the ability to donate, build a new home and encounter a matter that needs so much strength. In Friday's conversation, he could only admit, just wanted to get stronger. We need to take the event that gives everyone their shock to To move forward, to educate, to learn. We will continue to tell your glory for a generation. "
Another Weiss uncle said the deaths of the father and infant son are unimaginable. "Before a person leaves the world, they are informed of the sky," he said. "But when they are not informed, and everything about it was hijacked, without any preparation, it is not natural, apparently we also behave naturally. There is no such thing, it is not perceived. It is impossible to adapt. In particular, we are second generation to the Holocaust we heard terrible tragedies, but We haven't caught or heard dozens of things like this in years. Who does it require? Who does it sue? Of course we have a more influential family, but who won't call out? What he did in his short years people don't do for a hundred years. "
The funeral of Yitzhak Meir Weiss, tonight (Photo: ZAKA)
Issued by Yitzhak Meir Weiss, 31, who died at his home in Bnei Brak during the swearing-in of his son who died in the crib, December 15, 2019 (Photo: ZAKA)
The grandfather of Yitzhak Meir Weiss described his grandson as heroic in the attempt of the death of his infant son. "We all know all the hard attempts of this generation, all the temptations, the whole situation. We are different from previous generations, but compared to what goes on in the street, this situation is wonderful. But the experience is sad. But this experience that God sends an angel who shakes the rope and wants to check that We will fall down. "
According to him, "Rabbi Meir stood in all sorts of attempts until he was able to set up his house and belly fruit. He was trying terribly valiantly. We were still talking today, he was trying to understand the situation. I told him that once the great men of Israel were going through hard trials, but he told me why. "Today, everyone who owns a house is considered to be great people. His standing up to the last minute attempts, so wisely and wisely to manage his life and the lives of others. In our great misdeeds such a great soul has been taken from us."
The funeral of Yitzhak Meir Weiss, tonight
The funeral of Yitzhak Meir Weiss, 31, who died at his home in Bnei Brak during the swearing-in of his son who died in the crib, December 15, 2019 (Photo: Untitled)
Rescue forces earlier received a call to a home on Bengo Street in the city where Weiss was sitting seven on his son after he was reported to have collapsed abruptly. They performed CPR there during which he was evacuated to Tel Hashomer Hospital when he was euthanized and breathed but eventually his death was determined.
The medic who treated the father: "He weakened and faded until he died"
Abby Wilman, a rescue union medic at Bnei Brak who was one of the first paramedics to care for a baby who died in a crib at a caregiver's home last Thursday in Bnei Brak, arrived today in the ring to try to save his father's life that collapsed in the middle of seven. "Today, we received a call about weakness and fainting and at first we did not think it was a difficult event. We came to a place off the street near by, he talked to us and told us that his stomach hurts and he is no longer able," he said.
At one point, the medic described, "He got weaker, slowly faded and we started performing CPR. We were joined by other forces including a paramedic who was a member of the guy, came first ambulance followed by intensive care and over an hour later, evacuated while resuscitated to Tel Hashomer. His death. "
He said, "Feelings are very difficult, even when you are the most experienced wearer, taking care of a small baby is not something easy at all and when you know that you are taking care of his father four days after it is even more difficult.
(Update first: 20:28)