While Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara continue their visit to Brazil, his chareidi daughter, Noa Roth, gave birth to a healthy baby girl. This is the fourth child in the family, after two sons and a daughter.
Noa is married to Chabad businessman Daniel Roth and they live in the Sanhedria neighborhood of Yerushalayim, where he is viewed among the prominent figures in the neighborhood.
As YWN reported previously, the prime minister’s daughter became frum years ago and got married around twelve years ago.
The birth was on Sunday at Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital in Jerusalem, BeChadrei Chareidim reported.
It should be noted that relations between the prime minister and his daughter are reportedly cold. Journalist Ben Caspit writes in his book “Netanyahu – Biography” that “from the moment (his 2nd wife) Sara entered Bibi’s life, his interest in Noa has dropped drastically… The death of Tzilla, Noa’s mother and grandmother, stuck the last nail in the coffin of the relationship between Netanyahu and his daughter.”
However, family sources tell BeChadrei that there is a connection between the prime minister and his son-in-law, his daughter and his chareidi grandchildren, but they are unaware of a call that took place from Brazil to wish Noa a mazel tov.
When Noa had a baby girl in 2016, YWN reported that the Prime Minister released a Mazel Tov message.
When Noa had a baby boy in 2011, YWN reported that the Prime Minister attended the Bris which was held at Aish Hatorah in Jerusalem.
The prime minister, his wife, Sara, and his son, Yair, have been in Brazilsince Friday for the inauguration of president-elect Jair Bolsonaro, who is considered a friend of Israel.
(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)
Technically speaking Sara is Bibi’s 3rd wife. The 2nd one was a conservative convert he met in Philadelphia.
what is this the national inquirer you know what the relationship with his daughter is you should change to yenta.com
מזל טוב! יזכו לגדלה לתורה לחופה ולמעשים טובים
#1. Rt, yes.
#2, arib, yes.
Imagine! This man can have Yiddishe Nachas if he wants…
WOW , really important to know this piece of shmutz vesh
Speaking of shmutz,
seems like to read those Yiddish weekly shmutz veshes “Der Goy” or maybe “Der Platze”
… Typo… ” seems like you read”