Ariah Mohiliver

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Ariah (Aryeh) Lev Mohiliver (Mohilever) (born May 16, 1904, Białystok; died 1996 in Jerusalem, Israel) was an Israeli chess master and editor.

Born in Poland, he emigrated to Palestine (British Mandate). He published two chess problems in the Egyptian Post in 1921 and edited a chess magazine, Ha’sachmat, in Palestine in the 1920s.[1] He was still active in 1992, publishing, among others, a note on the 70th anniversary of Jerusalem’s Rubinstein Chess Club.[2]

According to some sources, Mohilever died in 1996 in Jerusalem, Israel, at the age of 91 or 92.