Gamliel Rabinowitz

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Rabbi Gamliel Rabinowitz
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Position Rosh Yeshiva
Yeshiva Shaar Hashamayim Yeshiva
Personal details
Nationality Israeli
Denomination Orthodox
Residence Jerusalem
Parents Rabbi Levi Rabinowitz
Michla Zilber[1]

Gamliel HaKohen Rabinowitz (Rappaport) is a rosh yeshiva of Shaar Hashamayim Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Israel. He is a recognized expert in Jewish Law and Kabbalah.[2]

Family[edit]

Rabinowitz is the son of Rabbi Levi HaKohen Rabinowitz (1920-2015), author of Maadanei Hashulchan and Maadanei Malakhim, and grandson of Rabbi Gamliel Rabinowitz, a rosh yeshiva in Kishinev and posek in the court of the Chortkover Rebbe, Rabbi Dovid Moshe Friedman.[1] His family possesses rare documentation attesting to their status as Kohanim, tracing their ancestry back to the Shach.[1] The family surname was originally Rappaport; the name was changed in response to a Russian government decree that conscripted all second sons for the Imperial Russian Army.[1]

Personal[edit]

He resides in the Zikhron Moshe neighborhood of Jerusalem.[3]

Published works[edit]

  • Tiv HaTehillos: The Essence of Praises (in English and Hebrew). Feldheim Publishers. 2005. ISBN 978-1-58330-827-1. 
  • Tiv HaTeshuva (in Hebrew). 
  • Tiv HaKavanos (in Hebrew). Jerusalem, Israel: Machon Shaarei Ziv.  - Commentary on the kavanah of saying Shema Yisroel.
  • Tiv HaHisorerus Al Chag HaPesach (in Hebrew). Jerusalem, Israel: Machon Shaarei Ziv. 2006. 
  • Tiv HaPurim (in Hebrew).  - Commentary on Purim
  • Tiv HaTorah (in Hebrew).  - Commentary on the Torah

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Harav Levi Rabinovitch, zt"l". Hamodia Israel News, February 26, 2015, p. 15.
  2. ^ Hoffman, Yair (2007-09-20). "When Heroes Die". 5 Towns Jewish Times. Retrieved 2008-10-27. [permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Lebel, Yossie (September 17, 2008). "Hakaras Hatov to I.T.T.". The Jewish Press. Retrieved 2008-11-24. [permanent dead link]

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