|Birth:||2 April 1910|
Pinsk, Russian Empire (now Belarus)
|Death:||30 January 2021|
Shaʽar HaGolan, Northern District, Israel
|Age:||110 years, 303 days|
Henya Rabinov (Russian: Геня Рабинов; 2 April 1910 – 30 January 2021) was a Belarusian-born Israeli supercentenarian claim whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG). At the time of her death, she was the oldest known living person (claimant) in Israel.
Henya Rabinov claimed to be born in Pinsk, Russian Empire (now Belarus) on 2 April 1910. Her father was a wealthy entrepreneur who owned a hotel and shops. She married and had at lest one son: Amnon (aged 76 in April 2020).
At the age of 21, she moved with her husband to Paris, France. She moved to Mandatory Palestine (present-day Israel), before the World War II. Her husband died around 1980.
In April 2020, she celebrated her 110th birthday. At that time, she had two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Henya Rabinov died in Shaʽar HaGolan, Israel on 30 January 2021 at the claimed age of 110 years, 303 days. Following her death, then-109-year-old Heinke Gilad became the oldest known living person (claimant) in Israel.
- גדולה מהחיים Yediot.co.il, 9 April 2020
- "Победили "испанку", победим и "корону": Геня из Пинска отмечает 110-летие Vesty.co.il, 10 April 2020
- 110th birthday ידיעות אחרונות Yedioth Ahronoth (Facebook), 11 April 2020
- בגיל 110: נפטרה ותיקת הקיבוצניקים Israel Hayom, 30 January 2021