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Ramla

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Ramla is a city in central Israel. The city is predominantly Jewish with a significant Arab minority. Ramla was founded circa 705–715 CE by the Umayyad Caliph Sulayman ibn Abd al-Malik. Ramla lies along the route of the Via Maris, connecting old Cairo with Damascus, at the intersection of the roads connecting the port of Jaffa with Jerusalem.

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Google previewThree-Dimensional Image Reconstruction in Radiology and Nuclear Medicine (2013)

by Pierre Grangeat, Jean-Louis Amans

RAMLA is a free parameter which is optimized during a training stage. We keep the value of the relaxation parameter fixed for the whole iteration (one whole cycle through the data). The fully 3D PET data are characterized by missing ...

Google previewWe Are Coming, Unafraid (2010)

The Jewish Legions and the Promised Land in the First World War by Michael Keren, Shlomit Keren

Ramla is an Arab village. A very dirty one. There are also some Jews there as well. The entries in February and March are marked by exhilaration over the first Jewish settlements in Palestine, like Peta'h Tikva, founded by religious Jews from ...

Google previewThe Geographical Journal (1901)

by John Scott Keltie

Jebel Abu Ramla is a curious mountain block with an almost crater-like summit and steep sides. \Ve marched east from Abu Ramla up the Dinder valley to Dunkur. The chief village is about in the same latitude as is assigned on existing maps ...

Google previewMalta. Ediz. Inglese (2007)

RAMLA BAY Ramla is a fine sandy beach on "sandy" and it is an excellent spot the north coast of Gozo, the best for swimming and a wonderful in both islands. Its name means place for children to play. The brick-red sand of the beautiful beach ...

Google previewImplicate Relations (2013)

Society and Space in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by Juval Portugali

The towns — Ramla and Lod — are also under demographic pressures, especially since Ramla is a focal point for Arab migration from the national periphery to the metropolitan region (see below). As a result, the only remaining solution for ...

Google previewThe Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem: A Corpus: Volume 2, L-Z (excluding Tyre) (1993)

by Denys Pringle

No further mention is made of the church until the fourteenth century, when John Mandeville recorded, And beside Ramla is a fair church of our Lady, where our Lord appeared to our Lady in the likeness that betokeneth the Trinity'; (c.1356-66: ...

Google previewThe Literary Gazette (1841)

A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

Ramla is an open town, situated on the supposed site of the ancient Arimathea; the appearance of the inhabitants was wretched in the extreme; ophthalmia and leprosy shewed undulating slopes extending to the sea. Here the inhabitants are ...

Google previewKitab Wafayat Ala'yan. Ibn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary Transl. by (Guillaume) B(aro)n Mac-Guckin de Slane (1842)

by 'Abu-l-'Abbas Sams-al-din 'Ahmad ibn Muhammad Ibn Hallikan

Ramla €tait fille de Zobayr ibn Elawwam Ibn Khouwaylid et d'Oumm Errebab, femme Kelbite; elle était socur-germaine de Mossab Ibn Zobayr. Ramla fut d' abord ápousée, par un Coraychite nommé Othmān fils d'Abdallah, dont elle eut un ...

Google previewIbn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary (1843)

by Ibn Khallikān

Ramla etail fille de Zobayr Ibn Elawwam Ibn Khounaylid et d'Oumm Errebab, femmeKelbite; elle tHait sceur-germaine de Mossab Ibn Zobayr. Ramla fut d' abord opoustfe par un Coraychite nommg Othman 61s d'Abdallah, dont elle cut un ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Palestinians (2005)

by Philip Mattar

Ramla constituted a very important point along communications and transportation lines (including railroad) in Palestine. This fact has long placed it at the center of campaigns by various invaders throughout history, many of which— including ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1865)

Q - Z ; 1 by Hensleigh Wedgwood

ramla,. to clatter, to tattle, analogous to Sc. clash applied to ...

Google previewThe 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

Ramla is the largest Israeli city between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. It is approximately 10 miles from the Mediterranean Sea and includes Israel's major airport at Lod, ...

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of Archaeology (1999)

by Graeme Barker

According to the historical sources, the Arab tribal armies in Syria were settled in existing cities, and the only new foundation was Ramla in present-day Israel, founded by the Caliph Sulaiman (c. 715); regrettably little is known about its ...

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