|Rabbi Yosef Hillel Weinberg|
|Predecessor||Rabbi Noah Weinberg|
|Birth name||Yosef Hillel Weinberg|
|Parents||Rabbi Noah Weinberg and Denah Weinberg|
Yosef Hillel Weinberg was born in Jerusalem, Israel and grew up in the Kiryat Sanz neighborhood. He attended Slabodka Yeshiva in Bnei Brak and for one year learnt in the Lakewood Yeshiva under Rabbi Shneur Kotler. After returning to Bnei Brak he became the Mashgiach Ruchani of the Slabodka yeshiva, and served as the Mashgiach of Yeshivas HaRan in Jerusalem.
His paternal grandfather, Yitzchak Mattisyahu Weinberg, was a Slonimer Hasid and a grandson of the first Slonimer Rebbe, Rabbi Avrohom Weinberg. His paternal grandmother, Hinda, was a descendant of Rabbi Jacob ben Jacob Moses of Lissa (1760–1832), author of Nesivos Hamishpat.
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