Abraham ibn Zimra (French: Abraham Benzamiro) was a Spanish rabbi, physician and diplomat who fled to Morocco following the Spanish inquisition.Descended from a well-known and respected Sephardi family, ibn Zimra settled in Safi, Morocco following the expulsion from Spain in 1492. He was a talented calligrapher and composed poetry in Hebrew and Arabic.He is buried in Safi with his six siblings and his tomb is the site of an annual pilgrimage.

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  • Abraham ibn Zimra (French: Abraham Benzamiro) was a Spanish rabbi, physician and diplomat who fled to Morocco following the Spanish inquisition.Descended from a well-known and respected Sephardi family, ibn Zimra settled in Safi, Morocco following the expulsion from Spain in 1492. He was a talented calligrapher and composed poetry in Hebrew and Arabic.He is buried in Safi with his six siblings and his tomb is the site of an annual pilgrimage. (en)
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  • Abraham ibn Zimra (French: Abraham Benzamiro) was a Spanish rabbi, physician and diplomat who fled to Morocco following the Spanish inquisition.Descended from a well-known and respected Sephardi family, ibn Zimra settled in Safi, Morocco following the expulsion from Spain in 1492. He was a talented calligrapher and composed poetry in Hebrew and Arabic.He is buried in Safi with his six siblings and his tomb is the site of an annual pilgrimage. (en)
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