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Yom (disambiguation)

Yom rendered as day in English translations from the Hebrew (יום) and Arabic (يوم) read more

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== Summary ==funeral of Radziner Rebbe zatzal - seen is Rabbi Nosson Nochum Englard of Radzin - Yerushalayimרבי נתן נחום ענגלארד שליט"א מראדזין-ירושלים בהלווית כ"ק האדמו"ר זצוק"ל מראדזין read more

David Schütz

David Schütz (, born August 5, 1941) is an Israeli fiction writer.==Biography==David Schütz (birth name Dietmar Engbert Müllner) was born in Berlin and immigrated to Israel at the age of seven.He has a master's degree in History from The Hebrew University, and has also studied cinema at the BFI.His first book "The Grass and the Sand" () was published in 1978. The book was translated into French (L'herbe et le sable : roman) and into German (Gras und Sand : roman). The Institute for the Translation... read more

Katamon Medal

Katamon Medal () was an Israeli military decoration awarded during the Independence war.The Katamon Medal was instituted in May 1948 as decoration to IDF soldiers who took part in the battle for the conquest of the Katamon neighborhood of Jerusalem.Awarding of the Katamon Medal began in July 1949, however soon after the awarding of the medal the IDF withdrew its recognition and wearing of the medal has stopped.==Design==The medal shape is round and it's made of either bronze or silver.The front of... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Transgender Pride flag

The result was no consensus. Discounting the opinion of the blocked sock יום יפהיום יפה.  Sandstein  05:45, 11 April 2011 (UTC)===Transgender Pride flag===Like Genderqueer Flag, the subject of this article does not seem to meet general notability criteria. The links given in the article are not from reliable sources and the concept of the flag seems to be self-published with no third party review. Blue Rasberry (talk) 01:57, 3 April 2011 (UTC) read more

Yavo Yom

"Yavo Yom" (Hebrew script: יבוא יום, English translation: "A Day Will Come") was the Israeli entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986, performed in Hebrew by Moti Giladi & Sarai Tzuriel.The song is a ballad, with the singers expressing their desire for all of humanity to live as one in harmony. Mention is made of "all of our children", implying that this is a long-term desire, rather than an immediate one.The song was performed eleventh on the night (following Switzerland's Daniela Simmons... read more

An honor guard of cadets wearing white uniforms for Navy Day.In Israel, Navy Day (יום חיל הים) is celebrated on June 30. At this time in 1948 the Port of Haifa was captured by Israel during the 1948 Israeli War of Independence. Traditionally, Navy Day is preceded by Memorial Evening.In 1993 Admiral Ami Ayalon decided to hold the Israel Navy day in the last week of October, commemorating victories in several wars:Memorial Evening was rescheduled as well, marking the loss of destroyer INS... read more

City of David National Park

City of David National Park (גן לאומי סובב חומות ירושלים), also called Jerusalem Walls National Park, is an Israeli national park located near the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. The national park was designed originally to surround the old city from all sides, to separate between the old city and the new constructions surrounding it while at the same time connecting between them, while preventing construction near the walls. The National park connects to the site of the... read more

Be'ezrat Ha'Jam

Be'ezrat Ha'Jam (בעזרת הג'אם) is Hadag Nachash's fourth studio album. The name of the album, a pun on the Jewish phrase "Be'ezrat Ha'Shem" (בעזרת השם), literally meaning "with the help of god", or translated into modern speech, "God willing", literally means "with the help of the jam". Three songs "California", "Ma She'Ba Ba" and "Hine Ani Ba" were used in the film You Don't Mess With The Zohan (2009).==Information=="Hine Ani Ba" (הנה אני בא) ("Here I Come") describes the... read more

Shemirat Shabbat Kehilchatah

Shemirat Shabbat Kehilchatah, also pronounced Shemiras Shabbos Kehilchosoh, ( translation: "keeping Shabbat according to its law", published in English as Shemirath Shabbath) is a book of halachah authored by Rabbi Yehoshua Yeshaya Neuwirth, which discusses the laws of Shabbat and Yom Tov, and is viewed by many as an authoritative work regarding these laws. Rabbi Neuwirth is a prominent student of Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, and the book generally follows Rabbi Auerbach's opinions. The book discusses... read more

The Institute for the Advancement of Deaf Persons in Israel

The Institute for the Advancement of Deaf Persons in Israel (''Hebrew'': המכון לקידום החרש בישראל, ''Arabic'': معهد النهوض بالصم في اسرائيل) was founded in 1993 to provide services and programming to the Israeli deaf community. This includes employment assistance, creation of an electronic Israeli Sign Language dictionary, and organization of a national Deaf Day in 2009 to increase public awareness about the Israeli deaf community and Israeli Sign Language.The... read more

Chabad customs and holidays

Chabad customs and holidays are the practices, rituals and holidays performed and celebrated by adherents of the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement. The customs, or minhagim and prayer services are based on Lurianic kabbalah. The holidays are celebrations of events in Chabad history. General Chabad customs, called ''minhagim'', distinguish the movemment from other Hasidic groups.==Holidays==There are a number of days marked by the Chabad movement as special days. Major holidays include the liberation... read more

Isaac Dov Berkowitz

Isaac Dov Berkowitz (; 16 October 1885 – 29 March 1967), was an Israeli author and Yiddish-Hebrew translator.==Biography==Isaac Dov Berkowitz was born in Slutsk, Russian Empire. He immigrated to Mandatory Palestine in 1928.Berkowitz's first short story, ''On the eve of Yom Kippur'' (בערב יום הכיפורים), was published in the Warsaw Hebrew newspaper HaTzofe in 1903. In 1905, Berkowitz moved to Vilna, where he worked as an editor for HaZman. It was there that he met and later married... read more

Beni Hammad Fort

Beni Hammad Fort, also called Al Qal'a of Beni Hammad (, בנימין זאב בנדיקט, "הערות לתולדות הרי"ף", קריית ספר כ"ז, ירושלים: תשי"א, עמ' 119 ואילך. נדפס שוב בתוך קובץ מאמריו: מרכז התורה בפרובאנס, ירושלים: מוסד הרב קוק, תשמ"ה-1985, עמ' 284 - 286 (להלן: "בנדיקט, הרי"ף"). לדעה זו הסכימו מרבית החוקרים, וסיכום דבריהם אצל ישראל שציפאנסקי,... read more

Ma'alot Dafna

Ma'alot Dafna () is an Israeli settlement and neighborhood in East Jerusalem. It borders the neighborhood of Shmuel HaNavi to the west, Ammunition Hill to the east, Ramat Eshkol to the north and Arzei HaBira to the south.The international community considers Israeli settlements in the West Bank illegal under international law, but the Israeli government disputes this.==History==Ma'alot Dafna was established in 1972 on the hillside through which Israeli troops in the Six Day War made their way from... read more

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