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Moses ben Raphael Pardo (died 1888) was a rabbi and rabbinical emissary. He was born in Jerusalem. After serving as rabbi in Jerusalem for many years, he left the city in 1870 and traveled to North Africa on a mission on behalf of Jerusalem. On his return trip in 1871 he stopped in Alexandria and accepted an offer to serve as the rabbi of the Jewish community there, a position he held until his death. Pardo was the author of Hora'ah de-Veit Din, about the laws of divorce; Shemo Moshe, responsa; and Zedek u-Mishpat, novellae to Hoshen Mishpat.

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  • Moses ben Raphael Pardo (died 1888) was a rabbi and rabbinical emissary. He was born in Jerusalem. After serving as rabbi in Jerusalem for many years, he left the city in 1870 and traveled to North Africa on a mission on behalf of Jerusalem. On his return trip in 1871 he stopped in Alexandria and accepted an offer to serve as the rabbi of the Jewish community there, a position he held until his death. Pardo was the author of Hora'ah de-Veit Din, about the laws of divorce; Shemo Moshe, responsa; and Zedek u-Mishpat, novellae to Hoshen Mishpat.
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  • Moses ben Raphael Pardo (died 1888) was a rabbi and rabbinical emissary. He was born in Jerusalem. After serving as rabbi in Jerusalem for many years, he left the city in 1870 and traveled to North Africa on a mission on behalf of Jerusalem. On his return trip in 1871 he stopped in Alexandria and accepted an offer to serve as the rabbi of the Jewish community there, a position he held until his death. Pardo was the author of Hora'ah de-Veit Din, about the laws of divorce; Shemo Moshe, responsa; and Zedek u-Mishpat, novellae to Hoshen Mishpat. He was a descendant of Rabbi Chaim Yosef David Azulai.
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