Nissim, Yitzhak Rahamim

(1896-1981)
   Israeli rabbi. He was born in Baghdad, and settled in Jerusalem in 1925. In 1955 he was elected Rishon le-Zion, Sephardi chief rabbi of Israel. He published and edited volumes of responsa.

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