Moses Najara I (or Najjara, c 1508 – 1581) was a Turkish rabbinical writer, son of Levi Najara, born probably at Safed. He lived at Damascus, where he was rabbi, and died there in 1581. He wrote a work entitled Leḳaḥ Ṭob (לקח טוב, Constantinople, 1571), and was father of the poet Israel Najara.

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  • Moses Najara I (or Najjara, c 1508 – 1581) was a Turkish rabbinical writer, son of Levi Najara, born probably at Safed. He lived at Damascus, where he was rabbi, and died there in 1581. He wrote a work entitled Leḳaḥ Ṭob (לקח טוב, Constantinople, 1571), and was father of the poet Israel Najara. (en)
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  • Moses Najara I (or Najjara, c 1508 – 1581) was a Turkish rabbinical writer, son of Levi Najara, born probably at Safed. He lived at Damascus, where he was rabbi, and died there in 1581. He wrote a work entitled Leḳaḥ Ṭob (לקח טוב, Constantinople, 1571), and was father of the poet Israel Najara. (en)
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