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- originated in judaism. a traditional kabbalist in judaism is called a mekubal (hebrew: מְקוּבָּל‎). kabbalah's definition varies according to the tradition
- 1586-1730. another shlomo hacohen, possibly ca. 1800,[citation needed] mekubal and posek, known for his commentary[when?] to the kabbalistic works of
- maier zilberberg who considers himself an amshinov ch****id. the renowned mekubal rebbe yitzchok 'itche' myer morgenstern, the rosh yeshiva of yeshivas toras
- (1828–1905), lithuanian orthodox rabbi shlomo hakohain of greece, 18th century mekubal and posek shlomo hakohen of lissa, 18th century rabbi and biblical commentator
- najara, author of kah ribon olam, the po****r shabbat song, and renowned mekubal rabbi avraham azoulai. a historic jewish community existed in gaza city