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According to Wikipedia, Rabbi Avraham Ben Harambam wrote a commentary on the Torah. Is there anywhere I can find a copy of this online?

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You can access his peirush on Bereishis and Shemos on the Otzar website here

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    Can someone please explain why this answer received a downvote.
    – Dov
    Apr 12 at 8:28
  • likely because it is behind a paywall... Apr 13 at 3:05
  • Thanks @רבותמחשבות - however, you can still access a good 150 pages without paying?
    – Dov
    Apr 13 at 8:39
  • The intro takes up much of that section. You basically posted a link to Bereishit through Vayeitzei, which while somewhat useful, pales in comparison to another answer which found the sefer in its entirety for free online. My assumption when reading the question (although it may be unfounded) was that the individual was looking for a free copy online of the full commentary. Apr 13 at 12:10
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R. Solomon David Sassoon (1915–1985) published Rabbenu Abraham's commentary on Genesis/Exodus (the only sections largely extant) from a Bodleian manuscript in 1965. It is available to download for free at HebrewBooks:

פירוש רבינו אברהם בן הרמב"ם על התורה

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