3 Kislev 5778 / Tuesday, November 21, 2017 | Torah Reading: Vayeitzei
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3 Kislev Rav Chaim Shmuelvitch  
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3 Kislev Rav Tzalach Somech  
    He was the son of Rabbi Avdallah Somech, the author of “Zivchei Tzedek,” and served as the Rosh Mesivta in Yeshivas Bagdad. He passed away in 5657 (1896).

3 Kislev Rav Eliezer Sofino  
    Passed away in 5507 (1746). He was one of the Rabbis of the Chida, one of the outstanding figures of the eighteenth century, Rabbi Chaim Joseph David Azulai - author, traveller and father of modern Hebrew bibliography.

3 Kislev Rav Yechezkel Cohen  
    He was the Rav of Rechovot, Israel, and passed away in 5734 (1973).

3 Kislev Rav Meir Katz  
    He was the father of the Shach, the great Halachist Rabbi Shabtai Hakohen Katz (1621-1663?), author of the Siftei Cohen commentary on Rabbi Yosef Karo's Code of Jewish Law.

3 Kislev Rav Shilo Raphael  
    He was the Head of the Beit Din in Jerusalem, and passed away in 5755 (1994).

3 Kislev Rav Chaim Gamliel  
    He was known for the way he served the great Torah leaders of Jerusalem for 40 years; he passed away in 5756 (1995).


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