Mordecai Karmi

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Mordecai Karmi (1749–1825) was the son of Abraham Karmi and one of the most learned rabbis of France, distinguished both for the nobility of his character as well as for his writings. His Ma'amar Mordekai is a commentary on Shulḥan 'Aruk, printed at Leghorn in 1784. His Dibre Mordekai, a Talmudic polemic against his friend Azulai, was also printed at Leghorn, according to Nepi. He died at Aix in 1825.

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