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Rabbi Akiba & His Contemporari book. Rabbi Akiba and His Contemporaries. 0765759756 (ISBN13: 9780765759757).
Published 1998 by J. Aronson in Northvale, .
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Among Judah's contemporaries in the early years of his activity were Eleazar ben Simeon, Ishmael ben Jose, Jose ben Judah, and Simeon ben Eleazar. His better-known contemporaries and students include Simon b. Manasseh, Phinehas ben Jair, Eleazar ha-Kappar and his son Bar Kappara, Hiyya the Great, Shimon ben Halafta, and Levi ben Sisi. Judah was especially fond of the Book of Psalms. He paraphrased the David's wish "Let the words of my mouth.
Judah Nadich, American rabbi
Judah Nadich, American rabbi. In a 1953 book, Eisenhower and the Jews, Rabbi Nadich wrote that he and others persuaded the Allied command to abandon a policy requiring the displaced to be returned to their home countries.
Rabbi Judah Nadich (May 13, 1912 – August 26, 2007), was a Conservative rabbi, who served congregations in Buffalo, New York and Chicago, Illinois, and later was the .
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NADICH, JUDAH (1912– ), Conservative rabbi and postwar special advisor . He wrote Rabbi Akiba and His Contemporaries, The Legends of the Rabbis (2 vols.
NADICH, JUDAH (1912– ), Conservative rabbi and postwar special advisor for Jewish affairs to General Dwight David Eisenhower. Nadich received his Bachelor of Arts degree with Phi Beta Kappa honors from the City College of New York and his Master of Arts degree from Columbia University. Following his retirement from the Army, Nadich spent a year and a half on an extended speaking tour, addressing Jewish communities in 40 states on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal.