- (1865-1922)Hong Kong philan-thropist. He was born in Baghdad and settled in Hong Kong. He bequeathed funds for the building of two agricultural schools for Jews and Arabs, one at Tulkarm and one near Mount Tabor. He also contributed to the Anglo-Jewish Association for Education.
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