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5 books of Jerusalem printing, on the pshat and Kabbalah
1. “Nahal Ye’uda,” third section on Numbers – Deuteronomy, commentaries on the Torah, both simple and hidden meanings, by the Kabbalist Shalshelet HaYochsin HaRav Ye’uda Giz, Jerusalem 1936. Excellent condition. 2. “Minhat Yehuda,” on man’s behavior. Mussar from the great Chassids and rabbis, by HaRav Yehuda Striezhower, Jerusalem 1927. 3. “Ohel Yaakov,” additions to the Torah on Kabbalah and pshat, by the Gaon Kabbalist Rabbi Yaakov Hai Zrihan—one of the Tiberias rabbis, Jerusalem 1931. Excellent condition. 4. “Tze’akat Bnei Yisrael,” articles and prayers, slichot, mussar for the sanctification of man, Jerusalem 1924. Good condition. 5. “Yeriyot Shlomo,” drashot on different issues, by HaRav Shmuel Becher Shlomo; compiler died during the prime of his life, 24 years old. The start of the book has an introduction—the eulogy by his father, Jerusalem 1909, rare and important. Excellent condition. Different sizes, important rare set.
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