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The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Political, Social, and Military History [4 volumes] (2008)
A Political, Social, and Military History by Spencer C. Tucker, Priscilla Roberts
Aliya Hadasha (New Immigration) favored unlimited immigration but did not support a sovereign Jewish state. Instead, it hoped for more Arab-Israeli cooperation and a binational state. Aliya Hadasha merged with similar-minded parties in the ...
by Bernard Reich, David H. Goldberg
ERETZ HADASHA (THE NEW LAND).
by Oliver Leaman
and Eretz Hadasha/New Land (Orna BenDor, 1994).
by David Seddon
The splinter group, the New CommunistList (Reshima Kommunistit HaDasha— Rakah) was proMoscow, strongly antiZionistand primarily Arabin membership. Inthe 1981 elections the Rakahled Hadash, or Democratic Front for Peaceand ...
by Évangéliste de Larajasse (père.)
Mariam wa hof innaga awaden u hadasha, lit. Mary is a person who speaks in our interest, or Mary ...
A Dictionary of Scripture Geography; Containing Illustrations of All the Places Mentioned in the Old and New Testaments and the Leading Events Connecting Them Eith the Christian (1846)
To which are Added, Chronological, Geographical, and Other Tables by John R. Miles
Hadasha, (had'-a-sha, news, or a month,) a town situated in the territories belonging to the tribe of Judah. Josh, xv. 37. Hadid, (ha-did, rejoicing,) or Chadid, a city belonging to the portion of the tribe of Benjamin, and supposed to be the same ...
by Philip Mattar
Rakah is the Hebrew acronym for Reshima Komu- nistit Hadasha (New Communist List); it was formed in 1965 out of a split in the Israeli Communist Party (ICP). By the 1960s, Israeli and Palestinian members of the ICP had become ...
Origins, Experiences, and Culture by Mark Avrum Ehrlich
Social roles—largely a matter of custom and not law—have been significantly altered, and new Orthodox communities, such as Shira Hadasha, in Jerusalem and elsewhere, and Darkei Noam in New York City, have arisen to offer women ...
Peculiarly Calculated for the Use and Improvement of Such as are Unacquainted with the Learned Languages by Thomas Dyche
Hacatah Hachilah Hachmoni Kid ad Hadadezer Hamoth-dor Hamonah Hampshire or Hantsliire Hamuel Hamul Hamutal Hancbung , Hanamcel Hanan Hidar Hadasha or Chadasla Hadassah Haderfieben Hadid' or Chadid Hadington Hadlii ...
by William Smith
= Hadasha, Wr.), a place in Judea, a day's journev from Gazera, and thirty stadia from Bethhoron (Jos. xii.
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1904)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
This edition goes beyond all attempted reconstructions of modern midrash criticism; the text has been worked over, interpolated, and interspersed with entirely extraneous elements, and is designated as a “ new revision ” (“ nusha hadasha ”) ...
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