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Who is Ada Aharoni?
Ada Aharoni is an Egyptian-born Israeli poet, writer, lecturer and peace researcher. Since her first poetry book, Poems from Israel, was launched in 1972 she has published more than 20 books, including peace poetry, historical novels and biographies. The uprooting of the Jews from Egypt, including herself, following the establishment of Israel in 1948 is the main topic in many of her novels. Her research on this "Second Exodus" has been a major focus in her career.
- born in (82 years ago) in Cairo
- written works: "GALIM 10", "Poems from Israel", "From the pyramids to Mount Carmel", "You and I Can Change the World", "The Pomegranate", "Whispered thoughts", "In My Carmel Woods", "Waves of Peace - Galim 8", "Metal et violettes", "The second exodus", "Peace flower", "NASHIM: Yotsrot Olam Lelo Milhamot Ve Alimout", "Meha-piramidot la-karmel", "Shavuʻa yaroḳ", "Teʼah", "Du Nil Au Jourdain"
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