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== Summary ==Cover of the English-language translation of ''My Michael'' (מיכאל שלי), an Amoz Oz novel. read more

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Michael Seltenreich (Hebrew: מיכאל זלטנרייך; born June 5, 1988 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is an Israeli-born composer of contemporary classical music. He currently resides in New York City.He is the winner of the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award in 2016. and the Salvatore Martirano Memorial Composition Award in 2012 read more

Michele

Michele ( ), is an Italian male given name, akin to the English male name Michael.Michele, pronounced ''‘mi-shell’'', is an English female given name that comes from the French Michèle. It is a variant spelling of the more common (and identically pronounced) name Michelle.Both names derive from the Latin ''Michael'' referring to archangel Michael, and originally derive from the biblical Hebrew name מיכאל (pronounced ''mi-kha-el'') meaning "Who is like God?". read more

Mor Katzir

Mor Katzir (Hebrew: מור קציר; born August 23, 1980) is an Israeli model from Haifa, Israel. She has posed for ads for Cole Haan, Ann Taylor, Costume National, and Missoni, and in catalogs for Saks, JCrew, H&M, and Nordstroms. Her most notable editorial work includes the covers of L'Officiel, Elle (France), and D (Italy). She has also appeared in V, The Face, Another, and German Vogue. Katzir has walked the runway for fashion houses including Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Givenchy, and Rick Owens... read more

Out in the Dark

''Out in the Dark'' () is an Israeli drama film which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2012 and in Israel in the Haifa International Film Festival in October 2012. It is the directorial debut of Michael Mayer (מיכאל מאיר).The film tells the story of the relationship between Roy, an Israeli lawyer and Nimr, a Palestinian psychology student. The film was released commercially in Israel on February 28, 2013.The film has won more than 25 awards.http://www.outinthedark.com/==External... read more

Michael Segal

Michael Segal (Hebrew: מיכאל סגל; Russian: Михаил Сегал, born 1972 in Kishinev, USSR) is a Professor of Communication Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, known for his work in ad-hoc and sensor networks.After completing his undergraduate studies at Ben-Gurion University in 1994, Segal received a Ph.D. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Ben-Gurion University in 2000 under the supervision of Klara Kedem. The topic of his PhD Dissertation was: Covering... read more

Michael Klinghoffer

Michael Klinghoffer (Hebrew: מיכאל קלינגהופר) is an Israeli double bass musician, conductor, author and educator. He is the author of ''Mr. Karr, Would You Teach Me How to Drive a Double Bass?'', dean of performing arts and senior lecturer of double bass at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Israel.== Early life ==He studied under Gary Karr at Yale University, where he received his Master of Music and at the Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, where he received his... read more

Michael Evenari

Israel can be spotted fom satellites easily, as the greener and darker (more humid) part of the region. The work of Michael Evenari and other pioneers of Agricultural research in Israel contributed to the effectMichael Evenari (hebr.: מיכאל אבן-ארי, ''Lion's Stone'') (born as Walter Schwarz 9/10/1904 in Metz - 15/4/1989 in Jerusalem)) was an Israeli botanist of German descent.== Life and career ==Remains of a Nabataean cistern north of Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel.Eveneari grew up... read more

Michael Albeck

Michael Albeck (Hebrew: מיכאל אלבק) (born October 1934) is an organic and bioorganic chemist of tellurium compounds.==Biography==Michael Albeck was born in Berlin, Germany to Hanoch and Henya Albeck in October 1934. His family immigrated to Israel (then Mandatory Palestine) in 1935 and settled in Jerusalem. He earned both MSc in Chemistry (1959) and PhD (1962) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He worked as Principal Investigator in the Institute for Fiber and Forest Products in Jerusalem... read more

Myrrh

Myrrh from the '"מור"' ("mor") and مر (''mur'') is the aromatic of a number of small, thorny tree species of the genus ',Rice, Patty C., ''Amber: Golden Gem of the Ages'', Author House, Bloomington, 2006 p.321 which is an termed an ''oleoresin''. Myrrh resin is a . It has been used throughout history as a perfume, incense and medicine. Myrrh mixed with wine can also be ingested.When a tree wound penetrates through the bark and into the , the tree bleeds a resin. Myrrh gum, like , is such... read more

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Michael (Hebrew: מיכאל, ''Micha'el'' or ''Mîkhā’ēl'') is the archangel. He is generally presented as the field commander of the Army of God. There Michael appears as "one of the chief princes" who in Daniel's vision comes to the angel Gabriel's aid in his contest with the angel of Persia, and is also described there as the advocate of Israel. The Catholic Church honors Michael as the Christian angel of death, carrying the souls of all the deceased to heaven, where they are weighed in... read more

Michael Karpin

Michael I. Karpin (Hebrew מיכאל קרפין, born on 29 November 1945) is an Israeli broadcast journalist and author, best known for his investigative documentaries and books, revealing two of Israel's most concealed affairs: The creation of the country's nuclear capability and the nationalistic-messianic incitement campaign that preceded the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. On May 1986, Karpin broke the story of Israel's secret service (Shabak) fabrication of evidence in the course... read more

Hebrew name

Hebrew names are name s that have a nameHebrew language origin, classically from the nameHebrew languageHebrew Bible . They are mostly used by Jews and Christians, but many are also adapted to the nameHebrew languageHebrew BibleIslam ic world, particularly if a Hebrew name is mentioned in the nameHebrew languageHebrew BibleIslamQur'an (example: ''Ibrahim'' is a common Arabic name from the Hebrew ''Avraham''). A typical Hebrew name can have many different forms, having been adapted to the... read more

Michael Bruno

Michael Peter Bruno (Hebrew: מיכאל ברונו) (born 30 July 1932; died 25 December 1996) was an Israeli economist. He was a governor of Israel's central bank and a former World Bank Chief Economist.==Biography==Michael Peter Bruno was born 30 July 1932 in Hamburg, Germany. His German-Jewish family emigrated to Mandate Palestine the following year upon Hitler's rise to power, and settled in the northern town of Haifa. His father Hans was a doctor, and his mother Lotte, a pianist. Bruno inherited... read more

Joseph E-Shine Mizrachi

Joseph Mizrachi, better known by his stage name Joseph E-Shine, is an Israeli multi-instrumentalist and music producer. E-Shine is considered to be one of Israel's busiest artists in the past few years, and was labeled as a "wonder boy" from an early stage. At under the age of 30, he already has 5 Gold Records, dozens of successful productions, and high-profile international performances and collaborations.==Early stages==E-Shine was born on December 6, 1989 in Tel-Aviv. From an early age he was... read more

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