Rabbi Daniel Bouskila’s interests include the halakhic and philosophical writings of 20th Century Sephardic Rabbis (especially Rabbi Uziel), the literature of Nobel Prize winner SY Agnon and Haim Sabato, and various themes in Hebrew literature and Jewish thought. He is the Director of the Sephardic Educational Center (headquartered in the Old City of Jerusalem) and the rabbi of the Westwood Village Synagogue in Los Angeles, and he splits his time between L.A. and Jerusalem. He writes a weekly blog focusing on Sephardic Torah commentators https://sephardictorahweekly.blogspot.com and a monthly column in the Jewish Journal on S.Y. Agnon https://jewishjournal.com/commentary/opinion/342881/a-tale-of-two-menorahs-agnon-rekindles-the-hanukkah-lights/
He's thrilled to be a part of the "Times of Israel Family."
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