Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (also known as Maimonides or Rambam), Talmudist, halachist, physician, philosopher and communal leader, is one of the most important figures in the history of Torah scholarship. Living in 12th-century-Egypt, his writings (in Arabic and Hebrew) spread across the Jewish world and beyond, enriching the study of Judaism, philosophy, medicine, and more. Read about his scholarship and achievements, and the modern-day global campaign to unite world Jewry through the study of his writings.