Daiches, Israel Hayyim

(1850-1937)
   British Orthodox rabbi and scholar. He was born in Darshunishek, Lithuania, and eventually settled in England, where he served as a rabbi in Leeds. He founded the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of England. His writing includes annota-tions on the Jerusalem Talmud, responsa and sermons.

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