Rabbi Joseph Maza
|Also Known As:||"MAZA - Mi Zera Aaron"|
|Death:||(Date and location unknown)|
Son of Eliyahu Mordechai Maza and Baila Rivka Maza
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About Rabbi Joseph Maza
A noted Talmudic scholar, a descendant of an illustrious family of rabbis, and pulpit rabbi for 48 years.
R. Elijah Mordecai ha-Kohen Maza (1896-1954)
born in Smolevichi, Russia and came to the United States in 1926 from Minsk.
An erudite scholar and gifted speaker he wrote and published many works in Hebrew and Yiddish dealing with the moral and ethical problems of American Jewry.
Maza: Rare jewish surname Maza (pronounced as Mi-Zera-Aaron-ha-Cohen, which means "comes from the seed of Aaron the First priest)
R' Eliyah Mordechai haCohen Maza
Mi-Zera-Aaron-ha-Cohen - MaZa
About Rabbi Joseph Maza (עברית)
His father was, הרב אליהו מרדכי הכהן מזאה
דברי אליהו מרדכי