David Najar was a rabbinical writer of Tunis, where he died at the beginning of the nineteenth century. He was the author of ?ema? Dawid, which was published after his death, together with the Admat Yehudah of Judah Cohen Tanugi (Leghorn, 1828), and which contains novellæ to some tractates of the Talmud and to some parts of Maimonides' Yad.
Abraham Maskileison (1788—1848) was a Jewish scholar, rabbi and author active in Russia during the first half of the 19th century.
Abraham Jacob Paperna (Hebrew: אברהם יעקב פפרנה; born at Kapyl, Minsk Governorate, now in Minsk Voblast, Belarus, 1840; died 1919) was a Russian Jewish educator and author.
Hirsch Glick (1922 Vilna, Lithuania – 1944 Estonia) was a Jewish poet and partisan.
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