Patach Eliyahu, second part. On the Bible, liturgy and interpretations. Rabbi Eliyahu Yalouz of Tiberias. Jerusalem, 1930. Various ownership inscriptions, dedication and signatures. The back binding leaf has ownership inscriptions in illustrated, stamp like calligraphy: “Israel Abuchatzeira Arpud Bodniv” apparently handmade by the Baba Sali.
Rebbe Yisrael Abuchatzeira, the "Baba Sali", (1889-1984) son of Rabbi Mas'ud of Tafillat (Morocco), son of Rebbe Ya'akov Abuchatzeira. Brilliant in the seen and in the hidden, holy and pure from his youth. Published the letter of his elder Rabbi Ya'akov. Served as chief Rabbi of Arpud and its vicinity. In 1950 he moved to Jerusalem and returned to Morocco in 1957. In 1964 he returned to Eretz Yisrael and settled in Netivot. Distinguished people turned to him for advice and prayer, and he is widely known in Israel as a “Miracle Worker”. His grandchildren are the famous Abuchatzeira Rebbes.
, 168 leaves. 24 cm. Fair condition, wear, stains and tears. Title page is torn and missing. Detached leaves, damaged and worn binding. Comes in a luxurious cloth case.