Halevi, Ezekiel Ezra ben Joshua
HALEVI, EZEKIEL EZRA BEN JOSHUA
HALEVI, EZEKIEL EZRA BEN JOSHUA (1852–1942), one of the most prominent scholars and poets of Iraqi Jewry in recent generations; born in Baghdad and died in Jerusalem. In 1897 Halevi emigrated to Ereẓ Israel and settled in Jerusalem. He earned his livelihood as a preacher; he was also a communal worker, president of the committee of the Iraqi community, and one of the founders of the yeshivah Shoshannim le-David. Of the more than 10 books which he wrote, five were published, including Arugat ha-Bosem (1905), on the aggadah; Tehillah ve-Tiferet (1914), a commentary on the Book of Psalms; and also his Simhat Yom Tov (c. 1934), which was a commentary on the Passover Haggadah.
A. Ben-Jacob, Yehudei Bavel (1965), 133, 194, 205; Tidhar, 11 (1961), 3843.
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