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Pinchas HaKohen Lintup or Pinhas HaKohen Lintop (Hebrew: הרב פנחס הכהן לינטופ‎) (10 October 1851 – 1 June 1924) was a Religious Zionist Lithuanian rabbi and teacher who served as the spiritual leader of the Hasidic community of Biržai. In his work, Kana'uteh de-Pinhas, Bezalel Naor states that "Rabbi Lintop was unique in that he was one of only three major Lithuanian kabbalists in that country at the beginning of the 20th century: Solomon Elyashev, Abraham Isaac Hakohen Kook, and Pinhas Hakohen Lintop." Lintup was a supporter of the Mizrachi movement.

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  • Pinchas HaKohen Lintup or Pinhas HaKohen Lintop (Hebrew: הרב פנחס הכהן לינטופ‎) (10 October 1851 – 1 June 1924) was a Religious Zionist Lithuanian rabbi and teacher who served as the spiritual leader of the Hasidic community of Biržai. In his work, Kana'uteh de-Pinhas, Bezalel Naor states that "Rabbi Lintop was unique in that he was one of only three major Lithuanian kabbalists in that country at the beginning of the 20th century: Solomon Elyashev, Abraham Isaac Hakohen Kook, and Pinhas Hakohen Lintop." Lintup was a supporter of the Mizrachi movement.
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  • Pinchas HaKohen Lintup or Pinhas HaKohen Lintop (Hebrew: הרב פנחס הכהן לינטופ‎) (10 October 1851 – 1 June 1924) was a Religious Zionist Lithuanian rabbi and teacher who served as the spiritual leader of the Hasidic community of Biržai. In his work, Kana'uteh de-Pinhas, Bezalel Naor states that "Rabbi Lintop was unique in that he was one of only three major Lithuanian kabbalists in that country at the beginning of the 20th century: Solomon Elyashev, Abraham Isaac Hakohen Kook, and Pinhas Hakohen Lintop." Lintup's life is discussed in several contemporary works, notably in Lee Shai Weissbach's translation of A Jewish Life on Three Continents by Lintup's student Menachem Mendel Frieden. His theological views and impact are presented in Bezalel Naor's translation, commentary and notes on The Legends of Rabbah bar Bar Hannah by Rav Kook. Lintup's extensive correspondence with Rabbi Abraham Kook is also excerpted in Naor's Kana'uteh De Pinhas, as well as Reuven Dessler's Shnos Dor Vdor - Volume 4. Lintup was a supporter of the Mizrachi movement.
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