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Hadera is a city located in the Haifa District of northern Israel approximately 45 kilometers from the major cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa. The city is located along 7 km of the Israeli Mediterranean Coastal Plain. The city has a population of about 91,634, which includes a high proportion of immigrants arriving since 1990, notably from Ethiopia and the former Soviet Union.
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Spatial Search (2013)
Applications to Planning Problems in the Public Sector by B. H. Massam
Hadera is a city of 32,000 inhabitants, but the bulk of coastal development is about one and a half miles away from the suggested site. The Zarka area has a clear-water stream, it is close to Mount Carmel National Park, and it is regarded by ...
Momentous Century (1984)
Personal and Eyewitness Accounts of the Rise of the Jewish Homeland and State, 1875-1978 by Levi Soshuk, Azriel Louis Eisenberg
Today, Hadera is a flourishing center for many surrounding settlements, that are based on agriculture, trade, and industry. Pioneer Moshe Smilansky, who was a leading on-the-spot writer and historian of the yishuv, describes the fearful dread ...
Jerusalem, Take One! (2000)
Memoirs of a Jewish Filmmaker by Alan Rosenthal
Today Hadera is a rather neglected, uninspired town that you pass through as quickly as you can while driving from Tel Aviv to Haifa. Telling the country today not to abandon it has about as much appeal as an American president saying, " Do ...
Hadera is a sub-gotra of the Choradia gotra. HADIA Hadia Seth Chhogalalji – Sivana It was the most popular family of Sivana. HAKDA Hakda is a sub-gotra of the gotra Kulhar. HAKIM Gotra Hakim is found in many gotra. It is a title.
by Rafael Medoff, Chaim I. Waxman
Joffe, who served as chairman of the Hovevei Zion executive committee, had established a regional hospital and medical center in Zikhron Ya'acov and was instrumental in the planting of a forest of eucalyptus trees in the swamps of Hadera ...
Encyclopedia of Prehistory (2003)
Volume 8: South and Southwest Asia by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember
Nahal Hadera (Hefziba).
Utopianism and Organization by Martin Parker, Valerie Fournier, Patrick Reedy
The 'Hadera' schools in Israel, Tokyo Shure in Japan, Tamariki 275 SUPPLEMENT TO BOUGAINVILLE'S VOYAGE in New Zealand, and the Sri.
by William Smith
The great plain of Murkhdh was Intersected in all directions by these torrents, draining the mountains about Nukb Hadera. So all the wadys, wherever there was a decided fall. Major Macdonald (engaged at present In superintending the ...
A Dictionary of the Puk̲k̲h̲to Or Puk̲s̲h̲to Language, in which the Words are Traced to Their Sources in the Indian and Persian Languages (1867)
by Henry Walter Bellew
gholai, anganr, hadera ; gaz. Yarn, s. spanrsai, mazai. Yawn, v.a. aswelai k., argamai k. Yea, ad. ho, are. Year, s. kal. (this-) sag- or saganai käl, or sakh- or sakhanai kâl. (next-) râtlûnai- or makhai käl. (last-) paros-, or parosag-, ...
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- Hadera Israel
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- Hadera Power Plant
Fuji Acros 100 film, Fujifilm GW690iii camera
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