Rabbi Moshe Bar Yitzhak Adrei

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Rabbi Moshe Bar Yitzhak Adrei, one of the scholars of North Africa, one of the greatest preachers. Acceptable, extreme in Hasidism. Born in Agadir in the 17th century (1775). Died in Eretz Israel in 1830 (1830).

As a child, the Jews were exiled from Agadir. Accompanied by his parents, he moved to Mughadir and then Rabat. At the age of 14, he began to demand in public, and became a publisher throughout North Africa. In the year 1791, he came to London, where he studied in the "Tree of Life" seminary, and was regularly invited to the synagogue on Saturdays. In the Bible year (1792) he published his book "Theory of Life" - study sections compiled from the number "Zohar", the Bible and more, which are read on Saturday nights according to the custom of Moroccan Jews. In the year 1802, he moved to Amsterdam, where he was one of the great sages of the Sephardic Seminary, and published his book "Yad Moshe" - his sermons, and "Deeds of Miracles" - about the ten tribes in Yiddish translation, which he describes Their lives across the Sembtion River. The book has also been translated into English and German. Immigrated to Eretz Israel in 1841 on a four-year voyage, during which he moved to France, Italy, Malta and Izmir. In Izmir he lost much of his assets and letters in the fire. In 1842, he published the "warnings" to Rabbi Reuven Albertzeloni in Jerusalem. (From Encyclopedia to Israel)

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