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Ma’amar Le’Kerat Zema
îàîø ì÷øàú öîà: éúáøøå åéúìáðå äãáøéí
[Polemic] R. David Tevel Dinovsky
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Only edition. 138, 15 pp. octavo 220:150 mm., ligh6 age staining. A very good copy bound in the original title wrappers.
Only edition of this monograph in two parts addressing ö Zionim î Mizrahim and à Orthoxim by R. David Tevel Dinovsky. The title page describes the first part, le-Kerat Zema as “O inhabitants of the land of Tema bring water” (Isaiah 21;14); “‘water means nothing but Torah’ (Bava Kamma 82a) as it says ‘Ho, every one who thirsts, come to the waters’” (Isaiah 55:1); and the second part, Yesborair ve-Yeslabbno ha-Devarim, has the verses “with an upright man you will show yourself upright” (Psalms 18:26); and “Many shall purify themselves, and make themselves white, and be refined; but the wicked shall do wickedly; and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand” (Daniel 12:10). The text below this is made up of several additional verses in the same vein. There is a statement as to the contents of the Ma’amar, which states that it is intwo parts based on the three parts of öîà to clarify according to the Torah, the massorah, ha-ketav, ha-kabbalah da’at and Mishpat, concluding “but the word of our God shall endure forever” (Isaiah 9:8). There is a table of contents describing the composition of the text, each part subdivided into additional parts, and then the text which is divided between Le’Kerat Zema and Yesborair ve-Yeslabbno ha-Devarim on facing pages and below extensive notes and sources.
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BE lamed 796; CD-EPI 0145095
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