Satmar Rebbe Moses Teitelbaum, 91, passes away

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April 25, 2006 03:11

 
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Satmar Rebbe Moses Teitelbaum passed away overnight Monday at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York at the age of 91. Teitelbaum has been hospitalized with cancer for a few months prior to his death. The disappearance of the head of Satmar hassidic movement ushered in a succession battle between two of his sons, Aaron and Zalman.

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