Raphael Ankawa Raphael Ankawa Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Raphael Ben Mordechai Ankawa (1848–1935) was the Jewish Chief Rabbi of Morocco,commentator, Talmudist, Posek, and author. Born in Sale, Morocco, in 1848, he is known to the Jews of North Africa as \"Malach Raphael\" or the Angel Raphael. In 1880 he became President of the Rabbinical Court or Beit Din in Sale and founded a yeshiva there. In 1918 he was appointed the first President of the High Rabbinical Court of Rabat, Morocco. Admired for his wisdom, open-mindedness, righteousness, moral authority and charisma, he published numerous works on jurisprudence, including \"Karne Reem\" (Jerusalem 1910), \"Hadad Vetema\" (Jerusalem 1978), \"Paamone Zahav\" (Jerusalem 1912), and \"Paamon Ve-Rimon\" (Jerusalem 1967), some of them continue to be regarded as authoritative. Книга по Требованию 978-6-1348-6454-1
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Raphael Ankawa

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  • Издательство: Книга по Требованию
  • Год выпуска: 2011
  • Кол. страниц: 80
  • ISBN: 978-6-1348-6454-1
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Raphael Ben Mordechai Ankawa (1848–1935) was the Jewish Chief Rabbi of Morocco,commentator, Talmudist, Posek, and author. Born in Sale, Morocco, in 1848, he is known to the Jews of North Africa as "Malach Raphael" or the Angel Raphael. In 1880 he became President of the Rabbinical Court or Beit Din in Sale and founded a yeshiva there. In 1918 he was appointed the first President of the High Rabbinical Court of Rabat, Morocco. Admired for his wisdom, open-mindedness, righteousness, moral authority and charisma, he published numerous works on jurisprudence, including "Karne Reem" (Jerusalem 1910), "Hadad Vetema" (Jerusalem 1978), "Paamone Zahav" (Jerusalem 1912), and "Paamon Ve-Rimon" (Jerusalem 1967), some of them continue to be regarded as authoritative.
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