Matarasso, "Sefaradim i Ashkenazim: Repuesta a senyor Shemuel
Saadi Halevy," El Luzero Sefaradi I (Apr.
Rostas, Aaron Gene Smith, Susan Tuhx, Josh Weichmann, Shemuel
Yehudah, Yerushah Yehudah
The list shown above was supplemented by an inventory of neighborhoods in major cities that were also defined as suitable for Ethiopian immigrants: Kiryat Hayyim, Kiryat Shemuel
, and Kiryat Eliezer/Bat Galim in Haifa; Ramot, Kiryat Hayovel, East Talpiot, Pisgat Ze'ev, Givat Mordechai, and Gilo in Jerusalem; and Yad Eliyahu in Tel Aviv (ibid.
en, see his letter to Hillel ben Shemuel
in Otzar Nehmad 2 (1856-7): 137; Ravitsky, "The Secrets of the Guide," 162-3.
40] Zangwill illustrates, in the thoughts of Reb Shemuel
, the tension created by even the most well-meaning efforts from above: "It was the one worry of his life, the consciousness that persons in high quarters disapproved of him as a force impeding the Anglicization of the Ghetto.
Crawford, Tim Shea, Richard Irving, Richard Meier & Partners -- AV Integrator - Jim Thielemann, Mark Berlo, Ceitronics -- Design Consultants - William MacLeod, Ben Shemuel
, Gil Lopez, Shen Milsom & Wilke -- CDC Tom Harkin Global Communications Center, Atlanta, GA.
Ha-Kohen and Yehudah Kiel, Da'at Mikra--Daniel (Jerusalem: Mossad Harav Kook, 1994) pp.
Bazak, Makbilot Nifgashot: Makbilot Sifrutiyot be-Sefer Shemuel
(Hebrew), (Alon Shevut: Hegyonot, 2006) pp.
And Rabbi Yitzchak Magriso, a compiler of the eighteenth-century Ladino Yalkut Me'am Loez translated from the Ladino into Hebrew by Shemuel
Yerushalmi (Jerusalem: Wagschel, 1972) says that the danger involved is that the traveler is liable to be hurt by wild animals, "for wild animals can have no power over a human being unless he becomes like an animal; and a person who does not engage in Torah study is likened unto an animal.
See also Ya'akov Shemuel
Spiegel, "Kunteres Amar Eliyyahu," Yeshurun, vol.
David Luzzatto (1800-1865), an Italian rabbi and scholar, spoke of Atticismus and Abramismus, the first representing philosophy, arts, and science, the latter standing for religion and ethics.
81)--can be found in the opening verses of some of Shemuel
Ha-Nagid's war poems, although the towns whose devastation he mourns are not to be found in Andalusia at all, but rather in the land of Israel.