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Yisrael Najara

Yisrael ben Mosheh Najara (Hebrew: ישראל בן משה נאג'ארה; Arabic: إسرائيل بن موسى النجارة‎, Isra'il bin Musa al-Najara; c. 1555, Safed, Ottoman Empire – c. 1625, Gaza, Ottoman Empire) was a prolific Jewish liturgical poet, preacher, Biblical commentator, kabbalist, and rabbi of Gaza.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel_ben_Moses_Najara

יָהּ רִבּוֹן | Yah Ribōn, a piyyut by Rabbi Yisrael Najara (16th c.) translated by Rabbi Israel Brodie (1962)

Contributed on: כ״ח באדר ה׳תשפ״א (2021-03-12) by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Israel Brodie | Yisrael Najara |

The piyyut, Yah Ribon, in Aramaic with an English translation. . . .


יָהּ רִבּוֹן | Yah Ribōn, a piyyut by Rabbi Yisrael Najara (16th c.) translated by Paltiel Birnbaum (1949)

Contributed on: כ״ח באדר ה׳תשפ״א (2021-03-12) by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Paltiel Birnbaum (translation) | Yisrael Najara |

The piyyut, Yah Ribon, in Aramaic with an English translation. . . .


אָנָא אֵלֵךְ מֵרוּחֶךָ | Ana Élékh Méruḥekha, a piyyut by Yisrael Najara (ca. 16th c.)

Contributed on: כ״ו באדר ה׳תש״פ (2020-03-21) by Adam Zagoria-Moffet (translation) | Yisrael Najara |

A piyyut of divine-closeness by Yisrael Najara. . . .