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"Kadosh": Set in the Mea Sherim quarter of Jerusalem, an enclave of the ultra-Orthodox, KADOSH explores a hermetic world almost never seen on the screen. Here, for ten years, the pious Rivka has devoted herself to her husband Meir, but their marriage remains childless. Presumed barren, she is rejected by her community, which prizes children above all else. The story that follows relates the harrowing fate of Rivka, and also here beloved sister Malka, in love with a young man who has fled the community to lead a secular life.A huge box office hit in Europe, acclaimed at film festivals in Cannes, Toronto, New Delhi and Tokyo, KADOSH is both a powerful drama and an impassioned feminist polemic. As religious fundamentalism achieves new political significance in many countries around the world, the questions at the heart of Gitai's compelling drama resonate far beyond the borders of Israel.
- also known as Laços Sagrados Kadosh
- countries: Israel, France
- language: Hebrew Language
- director: Amos Gitai
- producers: Amos Gitai & Michel Propper
- production design by Miguel Markin
- written by Eliette Abécassis & Amos Gitai
- casting by Levia Hon & Ilan Moscovitch
- cinematography by Renato Berta
- edited by Monica Coleman & Kobi Netanel
- music by Philippe Eidel, Louis Sclavis
- costume design by Laura Dinolesko
- genres: World cinema, Romance Film, Family Drama, Feminist Film, Drama
- released on (16 years ago)
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A Treatise on the Origin of Christianity, Its Causes and Consequences from Original and Most Reliable Sources, Never Published Before ; Also a New Signification of the Words Christ, Eucharist and Aungelion ; Also an Explanation of the Trinity by Emil Walter
Some writers claim the word Kadosh instead of Kodesh, and they say that Kadosh is a noun, and is applied only to God or...
by Professor Elizabeth Sabiston
The film is called Kadosh (The Rite), directed by Amos Gita'r'.
Beloved Answer (2014)
by Angell Little
Hagios is derived from the Hebrew word kadoshim meaning holy ones. The root word kadosh means holy, im is a plural suffix. . God tells us in Leviticus 11:44 - ...
A Lexicon of Freemasonry. ... Third edition, enlarged and improved by the author. With a portrait (1860)
by Albert Gallatin MACKEY, Donald CAMPBELL (Freemason.)
K Kadosh,—This is the name of a very important degree in many of the rites of masonry. The word is Hebrew, and signifies holy, consecrated, separated, and is intended to denote the elevated character of the degree and the sublimity of the ...
A Lexicon of Freemasonry (1860)
Containing a Definition of All Its Communicable Terms, Notices of Its History, Traditions, and Antiquities, and an Account of All the Rites and Mysteries of the Ancient World by Albert Gallatin Mackey
K Kadosh. — This is the name of a very important degree in many of the rites of masonry. The word is Hebrew, and signifies holy, consecrated, separated, and is intended to denote the elevated character of the degree and the sublimity of the ...
by Leon Klenicki, Geoffrey Wigoder
The experience of the Holy is of two sorts — one designated by the Hebrew term kadosh (sanctity) and the other by the term kavod (glory). The former is characterized by awe, terror, transcendence; the latter by immanence, divine nearness, ...
Comprising the Whole Range of Arts, Sciences and Literature as Connected with the Institution by Albert Gallatin Mackey
KADOSH KELLY 393 plan. In some of the Rites it was placed at the head of the list, and was then dignified as the "neplta ultra" of Masonry. It was sometimes given as a separate order or Rite within itself, and then it was divided into the three ...
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1907)
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
Upon the great expulsion of 1492 other Spanish Jews settled in Brusa, and founded two new synagogues named, respectively, “Kahal Kadosh Mayor” and “ Kahal Kadosh Gerushah." Toward the end of the sixteenth century and at the ...
Volume 2: Geography by Richard Pillsbury
59, 86; in colonies, 86; Congregation Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (Charleston, S.C.), 86; Congregation Mickve Israel ( Savannah, Ga.) ...
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- Bar Kadosh
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- Cafe Kadosh
By Baruch Gian
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- Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel
Congregation Mikveh Israel, known as the "Synagogue of the American Revolution," is the oldest formal congregation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the oldest continuous synagogue in the United States.
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- Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel Synagogue
Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel (also called Congregation Mikveh Israel) is a synagogue located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was founded in the 1740s. It is one of the Oldest synagogues in the United States and is currently home to a Sephardic community originally established by Spanish and Portuguese Jews.
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Scrabble value of K5A1D2O1S1H4
The value of this 6-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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