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The book Beit Lechem Yehuda by Rabbi Yehuda Pataya, two parts – kabbalah, first edition, Jerusalem, 1936-1939
A volume with two parts of the book Beit Lechem Yehuda by Rabbi Yehuda Pataya, “which is an easy and short elucidation to help anybody study the book Etz Hachaim.” Part one, 1936. Part two, 1939 – Jerusalem, first edition in the printing press of Rabbi Chaim Zuckerman and Rabbi Amram Itach. , 135 leaves. , 175, 4 leaves. A nice copy in good condition. The kabbalist Rabbi Yehuda Moshe Pataya (1859-1942), born in Baghdad. In 1934 he immigrated to Israel and settled in Jerusalem, where he lived until his death. During the Holocaust he used to recite Tikkun Chatzot at Kever Rachel. He was defined by Professor Yehuda Liebes as the most important kabbalist of the twentieth century.
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