He lived at the beginning of the twentieth century in Jerusalem. He was editor-publisher and at the same time the writer for Erets-yisroel-blat (Israel newspaper), “This newspaper enables one to know everything that takes place in the Holy Land” (Jerusalem, 1902), which came out only once.
Source: M. Unger, in Zamlbukh lekoved dem tsveyhundert un fuftsikstn yoyvl fun der yidisher prese, 1686-1936 (Anthology in honor of the 250th jubilee of the Yiddish press, 1686-1936), ed. Dr. Y. Shatski (New York, 1937), p. 147.
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