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Sign: Petah Tikva - Historical Sites - House of Rabbi Amram Aburabia

Spiegel Zosia St 1, Petah Tikva, Israel
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On the sign:
בית הרב עמרם אבורביע
כאן התגורר הרב עמרם אבורביע זצ"ל.
הרב הראשי לפתח תקוה בשנים תשי"א-תשכ”ז (1967-1951).
הרב נולד בתיטואן, במרוקו הספרדית בשנת תרנ"ב (1892).
בשנת תרס"ו (1906) עלה ארצה כנער, עם משפחתו שהתיישבה בעיר העתיקה בירושלים. הוסמך לדיינות, לשוחט ובודק. נמנה על פעילי עדת המערבים בירושלים.
בשנת תשי"א (1951) התמנה לכהונת רב ראשי של פתח תקוה, כן כיהן כראש אבות בית דין בפתח תקוה. כמו גם כחבר מועצת הרבנות הראשית לישראל ויו"ר המועצה הארצית של ארגון רבני עדות המזרח.
הסמיך דורות של רבנים עד לפטירתו בז ’ בטבת תשכ"ז (1966).
הרב נקבר בבית העלמין סגולה, לצד רעייתו, הרבנית רבקה אבורביע ע"ה.

סמל העיר פתח תקווה
קצב של עיר לב של מושבה
סמל המחלקה לשימור אתרים - עיריית פתח תקוה
סמל מיתוג העיר פתח תקווה
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One of the signs posted by the Department of Site Preservation in Petah Tikva Municipality, which indicates buildings or places that are part of the city’s history.

The house was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:

The House of Rabbi Amram Aburabia
The late Rabbi Amram Aburabia lived here.
The Chief Rabbi of Petah Tikva in the years 1967-1951.
The rabbi was born in Tétouan, Spanish Morocco in 1892.
In 1906 he immigrated to Israel as a teenager, with his family who settled in the Old City of Jerusalem. He was ordained a judge, butcher and inspector.
In 1951, he was appointed chief rabbi of Petah Tikva, and also served as head of the patriarchal tribunal in Petah Tikva, as well as a member of the Chief Rabbinical Council of Israel and chairman of the National Council of the Association of Eastern Rabbis.
He ordained generations of rabbis until his death on the 7th of Tevet 1966.
The rabbi was buried in the Sgula cemetery, next to his wife, Rebbetzin Rivka Aburabia.

The emblem of the city of Petah Tikva
Tempo of a City, heart of a colony
Department of Site Conservation icon - Petah Tikva Municipality
Petah Tikva city branding logo

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