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   6 Tishrei 5775 / Tuesday, September 30, 2014 | Torah Reading shabat - yom kipur       
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6 Tishrei Rav Areyeh Leib of Shepuli – “Saba from Shepuli” 
    He was born in 5481 (1721) and passed away in 5575 (1815). One of the Rabbis of Poland, a holy man of the second generation of Chassidut, a miracle worker who made many salvations. He was the principal student of Rebbe Yaakov Yosef of Polna’ah who authored the “Toldos.” When he was in Ziltopol he became famous for his help to the poor. Thousands came for his blessings as the stories of the miracles he wrought became publicized. He would travel from place to place to bring Jews back in repentance. He was a member of the Rabbinical Body created by Rebbe Levy Yitzchak of Berditchov to deal with anti-Semitic decrees of the Russian government. The stories of the miracles he made are collected in the Sefer “Tiferes Mahara”l.” None of his writings remain. He left a last will and testament that upon his grave there should be no gravestone, only an aron (ark) upon which is inscribed the date of his death.

6 Tishrei Rav Avraham Kalphun 
    The Head of the Beit Din in Tripoli and author of the Sefer “Chayei Avraham,” he passed away in 5580 (1819).

6 Tishrei Rav Yaakov Yosef 
    A doctor from Bagdad who authored the Sefer “Shemen Tov.”

6 Tishrei Rav Shmuel Tzadaka Chutzin 
    He was born in Aram Tzova in 5459 (1699) and passed away in Bagdad in 5533 (1773). One of the great leaders of Iraq, a Rav, Posek (Decider of Jewish Law) and an author, in 1743 he became the Rav of Bagdad. One of the decrees he issued among the Jews of Iraq was that a pregnant woman should not fast on Tisha B’Av because of the Middle-Eastern heat. One of his sons, Rav Moshe Tzadaka wrote the poem “Melech Goel U’Moshiah” included in prayer books today. His works include “Tzadaka U’Mishpat” and “Orech Tzadaka.”


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