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The Zohar (c.1100 - c.1400 CE) 
by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, compiled by Rabbi Moshe Cordovero, edited by HaRav Mordechai Leib Rothenberg, translated from Hebrew by Wikisource
Composed in Middle-Age Spain (c.1100 - c.1400 CE). The Zohar (Splendor or Radiance) is the foundational work in the literature of Jewish mystical thought known as Kabbalah.

The Zohar is written as a commentary to the Five Books of Moses and is organized according to the weekly Parshiyot (portions) of the Torah reading. Click on the desired book and then on the requested Parshah.

The Zohar


Vol. 1

Vol. 2

Vol. 3

Other books of the Zohar[edit]