Amiel, Moses Avigdor
- (1893-1946)Israeli rabbi and writer. After serving as a rabbi in Poland and Antwerp, he became chief rabbi of Tel Aviv in 1936. He established the first modern high school yeshivah in Tel Aviv. His writings include Ha-Middot le-Heker ha-Halakhah, Derashot el Ammi and Hegyonot el Ammi.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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