Bension, Ariel, 1880-1932

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Bension, Ariel, 1880-1932

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        1880-1932

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        A descendant of an illustrious Sephardic family, Dr. Ariel Bension was a brilliant scholar both in religious and secular studies. An active Zionist, he travelled all over the world on behalf of Keren Hayesod. He wrote numerous articles on Arab-Jewish relations, on poetic and philosophical topics and on mysticism. His work on "The Zohar in Moslem and Christian Spain" was acclaimed by Jews and non-Jews alike. Dr. Bension married Ida Seigler, of Montreal, in 1925.

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        Bension, Ida, -1948 (-1948)

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        Bension, Ida, -1948 is the spouse of Bension, Ariel, 1880-1932

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        1925

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        Sassoon, Philip, 1888-1939 (1888-1939)

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        Sassoon, Philip, 1888-1939 is the cousin of Bension, Ariel, 1880-1932

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