|Born||24 December 1889
Jerusalem, Mutassarifate of Jerusalem, Ottoman Empire
|Died||8 February 1969
|Notable awards||Israel Prize (1968)|
Ovadia Hedaya (Hebrew: עובדיה הדאיה, 24 December 1889 – 8 February 1969) was a leading Israeli rabbi.
Rabbi Hadaya was born in 1889 in Jerusalem, the son of rabbi Shalom Hedaya from Aleppo, Ottoman Syria. In 1945, he succeeded his father as head of the Yeshivat haMekubalim (Kabbalists Yeshiva) at Beit El Synagogue, the center of kabbalistic study in Jerusalem.
Awards and honours
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- Yaskil Avdi (ישכיל עבדי): (Eight volumes)
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