Rabbi Israel Abuhatzeira also known as the Sidna Baba Sali, was a miracle worker.
He was deeply connected to the divine and was said to work many nissim (miracles in Hebrew) through powerful prayer.
Sidna Baba Sali grew up in a rabbinic dynasty which paved the way for his future path. Later on, The Baba Sali would serve the incredible honor of being a ruling Rabbi and Teacher for the entire region of Tafilalet in Morocco and later in Israel.
His reputation supersedes itself, and his image is known across the Jewish community.
If you love your Jewish ancestry, then this Art Piece will remind you every time of the power of prayer and kedusha.
About the Tzadik:
🕍 Rabbi Israel Abuhatzeira (Hebrew ר׳ יִשְׂרָאֵל אַבּוּחַצִירָא)The Sidna Baba Sali (Hebrew בַּאבָּא סָאלִי)
✡️ Date of birth: September 12, 1889(Hebrew: א' בתשרי תר"נ) in Morocco
The Baba Sali was a leading Moroccan Sephardic rabbi and kabbalist who was renowned for his alleged ability to work miracles through his prayers.
He moved to Israel from Morocco in 1951 with the great Abuhatzeira's family.
There are countless stories about his amazing miracles that helped thousands of people in Israel and Jewish from all around the world. He died at the age of 94 in Netivot, Israel.
Jews from all over the world visit his grave and pray to Hashem to help them with their life challenges in the zchut of the holly Baba Sali neshama (soul)
🕯 Died: January 8, 1984 | ד׳ בִּשְׁבָט תשמ״ד in Netivot Israel.
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