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* Siddur Zehut Yosef ( Daily and Shabbat ) According to the Rhodes and Turkish Traditions, Hazzan Isaac Azose, Seattle, Washington: Sephardic Traditions Foundation, 2002
Some Related Sentences
Siddur and Zehut
The Seattle community did use the de Sola Pool prayer books until the publication of Siddur Zehut Yosef in 2002.
Siddur and Yosef
If a firstborn attending a siyum does not hear the completion of the tractate, or if he does not understand what he hears, or if he is in the shiva period of mourning and is thus forbidden from listening to the Torah material being taught, some authorities rule that subsequent eating would not qualify as a seudat mitzvah and he would therefore be forbidden to break his fast ( Ben Ish Chai 1: 96: 25 ; Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Elyashiv, Siddur Pesach K ' hilchaso, p. 168 ; Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, Chazon Ovadiah, p. 99 ).
Siddur and Daily
* The Open Siddur Project: The Authorised Daily Prayer Book ( translated by Rabbi Simeon Singer, 1890 )
Siddur and Shabbat
The RA has also published prayer books for Shabbat and weekdays, most recently Siddur Sim Shalom and Or Hadash: A Commentary on Siddur Sim Shalom by Reuven Hammer.
Siddur Sim Shalom became the prototype for an entire family of later Conservative siddurim, including Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Yom Tov, Siddur Sim Shalom for Weekdays and Or Hadash: A Commentary on Siddur Sim Shalom.
Siddur and According
* The Aram Soba Siddur: According to the Sephardic Custom of Aleppo Syria Rabbi Moshe Antebi, Jerusalem: Aram Soba Foundation, 1993
According to others however, it was customary to recite the formula in various lands of the Jewish dispersion, and it is clear likewise from Amram's Siddur that the usage was widespread as early as his time in Spain.
* The Aram Soba Siddur: According to the Sephardic Custom of Aleppo Syria, Moshe Antebi: Jerusalem, Aram Soba Foundation 1993 ( contains minḥah and arbit only )
Siddur and Isaac
He also edited the first Chabad siddur, based on the Ari Siddur of the famous kabbalist Rabbi Isaac Luria ( Arizal ) of Safed, but he altered it for general use, and corrected its textual errors.
Siddur and Sephardic
* Orot Sephardic Siddur, Eliezer Toledano: Lakewood, New Jersey, Orot Inc. ( Hebrew and English: Baghdadi text, Syrian variants shown in square brackets )
* Orot Sephardic Siddur, Eliezer Toledano: Lakewood, NJ, Orot Inc. ( Hebrew and English: Baghdadi text, Syrian variants shown in square brackets )
Siddur and 2002
* Siddur Abodat Haleb / Prayers from the Heart Rabbi Moshe Antebi, Lakewood, New Jersey: Israel Book Shop, 2002
Yosef and Shabbat
In 2009 senior haredi rabbis, led by Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv, published a religious injunction forbidding the use of Shabbat elevators.
" He was inspired by Rabbi Yakov Yosef Twersky ( 1900 – 68 ), the late Skverrer Rebbe, to adhere to strict Orthodox Judaism, observing a kosher diet, praying three times a day, wearing a four-cornered fringed garment beneath his clothes, and strictly observing Shabbat.
Yosef and According
According to Lau, Yosef claims that all Sephardic Jews accepted the rulings of Karo as binding in the Diaspora, but over time deviated from them.
According to Yosef, the preoccupation with Pilpul at the expense of Bkiut causes lack of knowledge among Ashkenazi poskim, which in turn leads to unnecessary chumra in making halakhic rulings, since the Posek is unaware of lenient Psikot and approaches to Halakha used by previous Rabbis upon which the Posek could rely to rule leniently.
According to one biography of the rabbi, Ben Porat Yosef, the relationship between the two had never been comfortable because of Shamir's unstudious personality.
According to the arguments of Rabbi Yosef Qafiḥ, it is unnecessary to consult the Talmud in order to understand the Mishneh Torah, as the Mishneh Torah was written to elucidate the Talmud and not vice versa.
Yosef and Isaac
This work was so important in Jewish law that Yosef Karo included the ROSH together with Maimonides and Isaac Alfasi as one of the three major poskim ( decisors ) considered in determining the final ruling in his Shulkhan Arukh.
Isaac Abravanel was born and raised in Lisbon ; a student of the Rabbi of Lisbon, Yosef ben Shlomo Ibn Yahya.
Yosef Yitzchok ( Joseph Isaac ) Schneersohn ( 9 June 1880 OS – 28 January 1950 NS ) was an Orthodox rabbi and the sixth Rebbe ( spiritual leader ) of the Chabad Lubavitch chasidic movement.
Joseph (, Yosef ; " May Yahweh add ";, ) is an important person in the Hebrew Bible and in the Quran, where he connects the story of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in Canaan to the subsequent story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
Prominent recent authorities who have written commentaries on the work include Rabbis Meir Simcha of Dvinsk ( Ohr Somayach ), Chaim Soloveitchik ( Chiddushei Rabbeinu Chaim ), Yitzchok Isaac Krasilschikov ( Tevunah ), Isser Zalman Meltzer ( Even HaEzel ) and, more recently, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson ( Hadran al HaRambam ), Elazar Shach ( Avi Ezri ) and Rabbi Yosef Kapach.
Haim Yosef David Azulai ben Isaac Zerachia ( 1724 – 1 March 1806 ) ( Hebrew: חיים יוסף דוד אזולאי ), commonly known as the Hida ( by the acronym of his name, חיד " א ), was a Jerusalem born rabbinical scholar, a noted bibliophile, and a pioneer in the publication of Jewish religious writings.
Yet, according to other scholars as well as Yemenite Rabbis such as Rabbi Yosef Qafih, and Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook Temani Hebrew was not influenced by Yemenite Arabic, as this type of Arabic was also spoken by Yemenite Jews and is distinct from the liturgical Hebrew and the conversational Hebrew of the communities.
The writings and rulings of those such as Rashi ( 1040 – 1105 ), Maimonides ( 1135 – 1204 ), Yosef Karo ( 1488 – 1575 ) who published the most widely accepted code of Jewish law the Shulkhan Arukh, Isaac Luria ( 1534 – 1572 ), the Vilna Gaon ( 1720 – 1797 ), the Chafetz Chaim ( 1838 – 1933 ) and many others have shaped Jewish religious law for almost two thousand years, as their religious rulings were published, distributed, studied, and observed until the present time.
***** Rebbe Chai Yitzchok ( Isaac ) Twersky of Rachmastrivka-Boro Park – present Rachmastrivka Rebbe of Boro Park-son of Rebbe Yochanan-son-in-law of Rebbe Yaakov Yosef Twersky ( 1899-1968 ) of Skver.
Others in his circle included the compiler of the Shulchan Aruch code, Yosef Karo, and the leading Kabbalists Moses Cordovero and Isaac Luria.
**** Rabbi Israel Yosef Labin of Ziditshov ( d. 1902 ), son of Rabbi Naftoli Hertsl of Ziditshov, and son-in-law of Rabbi Yitzchok Isaac of Ziditshov
Yosef and Washington
Their real names are Pat O ' Toole, Washington Carver Jones, Geoffrey Worthington Vandergill, and Henry Yosef Tinklebaum.
Yosef and Sephardic
The recent works of Halakha, Kaf HaChaim, Ben Ish Chai and Yalkut Yosef are considered authoritative in many Sephardic communities.
Later Sephardic yeshivot are usually on the model either of Porat Yosef or of the Ashkenazi institutions.
The Ben Ish Chai, Kaf Ha ' Chaim, and much more recently, the Yalkut Yosef are similar works by Sephardic Rabbis for their communities.
His students included Rabbis: Yonasan David ( his son-in-law ) and Aharon Schechter, his successors as Rosh Yeshivas of Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin ; Hirsch Diskind, son-in-law of Rabbi Yaakov Kamenetsky and long-time Dean of Bais Yaakov School for Girls in Baltimore, Aharon Lichtenstein, son-in-law of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik and Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Har Etzion in Israel ; Pinchas Stolper of the Orthodox Union and founder of NCSY who followed Hutner's guidelines in setting up this youth outreach movement ; Avrohom Davis, founder of the Metzudah religious books series ; Shlomo Freifeld who set up one of the first full-time yeshivas for baal teshuva students in the world ; Joshua Fishman, leader and executive Vice President of Torah Umesorah the National Society for Hebrew Day Schools ; Avrohom Kleinkaufman, a lecturer in Yeshiva of Far Rockaway and translator of the Genesis and Exodus volumes of the Metzuda Bible Commentary of Rabbi Solomon and the Kol Sasson Sephardic Siddurim and Machzorim ; Yaakov Perlow, the Novominsker Rebbe of Boro Park ; Meir Bilitzky, senior rabbi of Young Israel of New Hyde Park ; Noah Weinberg founder and head of Aish Hatorah and his brother Yaakov Weinberg of Ner Israel Yeshiva in Baltimore ; Yosef Katzenstein of Copenhagen, author of Kol Chayil and Lema ' an Achai ; Feivel Cohen of Brooklyn, author of " Badei HaShulchan " and world renowned posek, Dovid Cohen, rabbi of Congregation Gvul Yaabetz and an author of a number of books on Jewish theology, and Ahron Kaufman Rosh HaYeshiva of Yeshiva Gedola of Waterbury, son in law to Feivel Cohen.
Founded in 1984 under the leadership of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, a former Israeli Sephardi chief rabbi, who remains its spiritual leader today, it primarily represents the interests of religiously observant Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews.
In 1973 Yosef was elected the Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Israel by a majority of 81 to 68 votes, replacing Yitzhak Nissim.
This project is essentially innovative, in that its attempt to unify the various Halakhic traditions in light of the rulings of Yosef Karo does not constitute a return to the traditionally accepted Sephardic approach ( nor, indeed, to the traditional approach of the Jews of Baghdad, where Yosef was born ).
Tzvi Zohar argues that Yosef adopts a melting pot approach, in that he seeks to unify the traditions of all Jews in Israel, Sephardic and Ashkenazi alike.
Specifically, he argues that Yosef's halakhic approach is not, as Yosef attempts to portray it, a return to a traditional form of Sephardic ruling, but rather an innovative formulation of a particular Sephardic approach to Halakha which Yosef himself fashioned.
Thus, Lau believes that Yosef directs his rulings only at Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, since the Ashkenazi Jews never accepted upon themselves the rulings of Karo.
Lau views Yosef as operating on two fronts: the first against the Ashkenzi leadership which seeks to apply Ashkenazi rulings and customs to the Sephardim, and the second against the Sephardic and Mizrahi communities themselves, in demanding that they unite under the rulings of Karo.
Yosef sees this as one of the distinguishing characteristics of the Sephardic approach to Halakha compared to the Ashkenazi approach.
In 1973 Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, then the Chief Sephardic Rabbi, based on the Radbaz and other accounts, ruled that the Beta Israel were Jews and should be brought to Israel.
Yosef Chaim or in Iraqi Hebrew Yoseph Ḥayyim ( 1 September 1832 – 30 August 1909 ) ( Hebrew: יוסף חיים מבגדאד ) was a leading hakham ( Sephardic Rabbi ), authority on Jewish law ( Halakha ) and Master Kabbalist.
The Sephardic Porat Yosef Yeshiva in Jerusalem, was founded on his advice by Joseph Shalom, of Calcutta, India — one of Rabbi Chaim's patrons.
These included Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, a powerful Sephardic rabbi with inclinations towards Shamir's nemesis, Labour leader Peres, and the spiritual leader of the Shas party.