Nissim


Nissim

Nissim (also, Nisim) may refer to:

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  • Afik Nissim, Israeli point guard in basketball
  • Gabriele Nissim (born 1950), Italian journalist, historian, and essayist
  • Jacob ben Nissim ibn Shahin, Jewish philosopher who lived in Tunisia in the 10th century
  • Judah ben Nissim al-Malkah, Moroccan, Jewish writer and philosopher
  • Moshe Nissim (born 1935), Israeli politician and Deputy Prime Minister
  • Oren Nisim (born 1976), Israeli footballer
  • Yitzhak Nissim (1896–1981), Sephardic chief rabbi of Israel
  • Solomon Nissim Algazi, rabbi in the 17th century

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  • Nissim Ze'ev — Date of birth 9 September 1951 (1951 09 09) (age 60) Place of birth Jerusalem, Israel Knes …   Wikipedia

  • Nissim — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Gabriele Nissim (* 1950), italienischer Journalist, Essayist und Historiker Mosche Nissim (* 1935), israelischer Politiker und ehemaliger Minister Nissim ist der Vornamefolgender Personen: Nissim ben Jakob …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Nissim — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Nissin. Nissim (hébreu : נסים miracles ; var. Nessim, Nissi) est un nom propre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nissim ben Jacob — Nissim Gaon  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Nessim Gaon ou Nissim Gerondi. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Nissim et Gaon (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nissim ben Yaaqov — Nissim Gaon  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Nessim Gaon ou Nissim Gerondi. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Nissim et Gaon (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nissim ben Jacob — (Hebrew: ניסים בן יעקב, also known as Rav Nissim Gaon or in Hebrew: רבנו נסים, lit. Nissim our teacher; 990–1062), was a rabbi best known today for his Talmudic commentary ha Mafteach, by which title he is also known. Contents 1 Biography 2 Works …   Wikipedia

  • Nissim Ben Jacob — (Rav Nissim Gaon, 990 1062, Hebrew: ניסים בן יעקב) was a rabbi and Talmudist best known today for his Talmudic commentary HaMafteach , by which title he is also known. BiographyRav Nissim studied at the Kairouan yeshiva, initially under his… …   Wikipedia

  • NISSIM BEN JACOB BEN NISSIM IBN SHAHIN — (c. 990–1062), together with Hananel b. Ḥushi el , the outstanding leader and talmudist of North Africa. His father headed a bet ha midrash in Kairouan and was the representative of the academies of sura and pumbedita for the whole of North… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • NISSIM BEN REUBEN GERONDI° — (known from the acronym of Rabbenu Nissim as the RaN; ?1310–?1375), one of the most important Spanish talmudists. Nissim s family originated in Cordova and settled first in Gerona, where he is thought   to have been born, and then in Barcelona,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • NISSIM BEN MOSES OF MARSEILLES — (14th century), radical philosophical exegete. The dates of Nissim s birth and death are unknown. He was the author of a commentary on the Torah, titled, variously, Ma aseh Nissim, Sefer ha Nissim, and Ikkarei ha Dat. The commentary was edited by …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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