2 Tishrei 5778 / Friday, September 22, 2017 | Torah Reading: Ha'azinu
 
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2 Tishrei Rav Salman Eliyahu – the “Kerem Shlomo”  
 
 
    He was born in Bagdad in 5632 (1872) and passed away in Jerusalem in 5701 (1940). One of the students of the “Ben Ish Chai,” he was one of the important Kabbalists in the last generation in Iraq and Israel. He was known for his expertise in the writings of Kabbala, especially the works of the Ari Za’l and his student Rav Chaim Vital, and for his piety and holiness. One of his works is the “Kerem Shlomo,” an explanation of the Sefer of the great Kabbalist, the Rashash, entitled the “Rechovot HaNahar.” His son is Harav Mordechai Eliyahu Shlit”a who was the Chief Rabbi of Israel.

   
 
2 Tishrei Rav Moshe bar Shaul Hakohen  
 
 
    HaRav Moshe bar Shaul Hakohen.

   
 
2 Tishrei Rav Yisrael Lipshitz – the “Tiferes Yisrael”  
 
 
    He was born in Germany in 5542 (1782) and passed away in Danzig (Gdansk) in 5620 (1860). One of the great wise men of European Jewry, he was a Rav, author and one of the important commentators of the Mishnayos (Oral Law). The cities where he served as Rav included Veronka, Dasso and Kulmer. His commentary on the Mishna (Oral Law), the “Tiferes Yisrael,” achieved wide distribution and is printed in all the editions of Mishnayos today. It includes many original chidushim - novel explanations. In the second edition put out by his son in 1862 it was divided into two sections: the plain meaning of the text of the Mishna called “Yachin,” and the chidushim, contained in “Boaz.” These names were based on the names of two pillars in King Solomon’s Temple.

   
 

 
 
  
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