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December 15, 2005. thumb 300px Alliance girls school in Jerusalem, 1935 (File:PikiWiki Israel 134 Girls School in Jerusalen 1935 תמונת מחזור בית ספר אליאנס 1935 .JPG) Alliance Israélite Universelle continues to operate dozens of schools and educational programs in Israel today. Historic schools include the Alliance High School in Tel Aviv, Alliance Israélite Universelle High School in Haifa, Rene Cassin High School and the Braunshweig Conservative High School in Jerusalem. The network also includes the School for the Deaf in Jerusalem, in which deaf students, Jews and Arabs, with various mental and physical disabilities study together. The Mikve Israel Youth Village operates a state high school, a state-religious high school specializing in life and natural sciences, environmental sciences, and biotechnology; and a French-Israeli high school established in 2007 as a joint initiative of the Israeli and French governments. Israel Haverim history End of career Decommissioned on 1 July 1946, ''Mayflower'' was sold at Baltimore to Frank M. Shaw on 8 January 1947 for use in the Arctic as a sealer (Seal hunting). However, while sailing for sealing waters between Greenland and Labrador, early in March, ''Mayflower'' was damaged by fire off Point Lookout and forced to return to Baltimore. Collins Distributors Inc., purchased the ship early in 1948, installed new boilers in her at New York, and documented her as ''Malla'' under the Panamanian flag (Flag of convenience). She was subsequently fitted out at Genoa, Italy, ostensibly for coastwise trade in the Mediterranean. After sailing secretly from Marseilles, she arrived at Haifa in the British Mandate of Palestine on 3 September. On board were Jewish refugees. Most were former passengers of the ill-fated ''Exodus (Exodus (ship))'' which had been turned back from Palestine the previous summer. Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa

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: it fostered a strong commitment from the Bank towards its customers and ingrained an enormous loyalty from its customers, which prevails to this day. The lost branches were re-established: Haifa branch was relocated to Beirut followed by Amman, Jaffa branch in Nablus and later Ramallah. When the branch in Jerusalem was caught up in the civil disturbance, the Bank’s activities were moved to offices within the old city of Jerusalem. The Bank transferred its headquarters to Amman, Jordan, where it was officially incorporated as a public shareholding company. thumb left July 15, 1945. Buchenwald (Image:19450715 Buchenwald survivors arrive in Haifa.jpg) survivors arrive in Haifa to be arrested by the British. The movement of Jewish refugees (Displaced person) from the Displaced Persons camp in which they were held (one million persons classified as "not repatrifiable" remained in Germany and Austria) to Palestine was illegal on both sides, as Jews were not officially allowed to leave the countries of Central and Eastern Europe by the Soviet Union and its allies, nor were they permitted to settle in Palestine by the British. On 19 November 1943, ''Penelope'' moved to Haifa in connection with possible developments in the Lebanon situation. Towards the end of December, she was ordered to Gibraltar for Operation ''Stonewall (Operation Stonewall)'', anti-blockade-runner duties in the Atlantic. On 27 December, the forces in this operation destroyed the German blockade-runner ''Alsterufer'' which was sunk by aircraft co-operating with Royal Navy ships, and on 30 November ''Penelope'' returned to Gibraltar. :''Authorized by a Russian Jew, Elias Blumenfeld, to arrange for the purchase of 1,000 dunams 1 km² on which he, Blumenfeld, intended to establish a farm with his own means, Hankin concluded an agreement for a stretch of 9,500 dunams 9.5 km² in Fule, later Merchavia Al-Ful in Arabic . He hoped that the ICA, in whose employ he was at that time, would buy the remainder of the land. When, however, the ICA refused to do so, he inquired of me, who was then the director of the Palestine Bureau of the Zionist Organization, whether the Zionists would be prepared to purchase this land. Even before that it had occurred to me, whenever, going from Haifa to Nazareth, I had viewed the broad expanse of the Emek Yizrael (Jezreel Valley), that, because of its proximity to Haifa, its excellent railroad and highway connections, and the ease with which its soil could be cultivated, this land would be preeminently suited for Jewish colonization.'' Kvarme worked as a research assistant at the MF Norwegian School of Theology 1972 to 1974, as a Bible translator for the Norwegian Bible Society from 1973, as a military chaplain in 1975, as a missionary priest for ''Den Norske Israelsmisjon'' in Haifa 1976 to 1981. He was the executive secretary of the Norwegian Bible Society in Israel and of the Norwegian Bible Society on the West Bank from 1976 to 1981. From 1982 to 1986 he led the Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies, and from 1986 to 1996 he was secretary general of the Norwegian Bible Society. '''Amram Mitzna''' ( Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa

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. Following the battle, Erik (now dressed as Magneto), realizing that his and Xavier's views were incompatible, left with a cache of hidden Nazi gold, which provided him with the finances to pursue his goals. *Institute for Social Research, Germany *Mada al-Carmel, The Arab Center for Applied Social Research, Haifa, Israel *Mass Observation, United Kingdom Several modern towns are located on the range, including Yokneam on the eastern ridge, Zikhron Ya'aqov on the southern slope, the Druze town of Carmel City on the more central part of the ridge, and the towns of Nesher, Tirat Hakarmel, and the city of Haifa, on the far northwestern promontory and its base. There is also a small kibbutz called Beit Oren, which is located on one of the highest points in the range to the southeast of Haifa. Within the framework of the establishment of Jewish territorial continuity foreseen by Plan Dalet, the forces of Haganah, Palmach and Irgun intended to conquer mixed zones. Palestinian society was shaken. Tiberias, Haifa, Safed, Beisan, Jaffa and Acre fell, resulting in the flight of more than 250,000 Palestinians. Henry Laurens (2005) (#laurens), pp.85-86 Baron de Rothschild died in 1934 at Château Rothschild, Boulogne-Billancourt. His wife Adelheid (known as Adélaïde) died a year later on December 29, 1935. They were interred in the Père Lachaise Cemetery (Père Lachaise) in Paris until April 1954 when their remains were transported to Israel aboard a naval frigate. At the port of Haifa, the ship was met with sirens and a nineteen-gun salute. A state funeral was held with former Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Israel) David Ben-Gurion giving the eulogy following which Edmond de Rothschild and his wife were re-interred in Ramat HaNadiv Memorial Gardens near the town of Zichron Ya'akov. # Los Angeles – U.S. – 684,950. # Haifa – Israel – 671,400. # Sao Paulo – Brazil – 565,000. The Israeli authorities had 23-year-old Mahmoud Tawalbe, a father of two who worked in a record store but also headed the local Palestinian Islamic Jihad cell, at the top of their "wanted" list. Tawalbe was responsible for numerous attacks against Israelis, including an October 2001 shooting on the main street of Hadera, north of Tel Aviv, which killed four women. Tawalbe had dispatched his 19-year-old brother Murad on a suicide attack to Haifa in July of that year, though Murad lost his nerve and surrendered to Israel Police. Other top Islamic Jihad targets in Jenin included Thabet Mardawi, behind a March 20 suicide bomb that killed seven Israelis on a bus, and Ali Suleiman al-Saadi, known as Safouri, who had planned a November shooting that killed two Israelis. http: www.time.com time 2002 jenin story.html He attended the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa while simultaneously working at IBM's research laboratory in the city. Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa

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of Israel but also a few dozen Vietnamese-Israelis or Israelis of Vietnamese origin live in Haifa, Jerusalem and Ofakim. Gas discoveries In 2000, a modest discovery was made when a 33-billion-cubic-metre (BCM), or 1,200-billion-cubic-foot, natural-gas field was located offshore Ashkelon, with commercial production starting in 2004. As of 2012 however, this field is nearly exhausted—earlier than expected to due increased pumping to compensate for the loss of Egyptian gas

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the large gas field already discovered in 2009. Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa

spectacular success

Truce Commission was shot dead in West Jerusalem. It was disputed whether Wasson was killed by the Arabs or Israelis. At the time of the truce, the British view was that "the Jews are too weak in armament to achieve spectacular success". As the truce commenced, a British officer stationed in Haifa stated that the four-week-long truce "would certainly be exploited by the Jews to continue military training and reorganization while

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directions phone 04-862-8899 tollfree fax hours price 150-200 content One of the top cuisine restaurants in Haifa. Serving excellent (though high priced as expected) food, desserts and service. Highly advised place for a gourmet dinner. Wadi Nisnas is mostly frequented for produce and groceries, but there are also a few good eateries in the area. Most of the businesses are on a street called simply "Al-Wadi" (the Valley), or its northern continuation "

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and states that suicide is his only recourse. *1948 – 1948 Arab-Israeli War: Haifa, a major port of Israel, is captured from Arab forces (Battle of Haifa (1948)). *1954 – Red Scare (Second Red Scare): Witnesses begin testifying and live television coverage of the Army-McCarthy Hearings begins. The 1908 Young Turks revolution freed all political prisoners in the Ottoman Empire, and `Abdu'l-Bahá was freed from imprisonment. His first action after his freedom was to visit the Shrine of Bahá'u'lláh in Bahji. Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa

musical projects

would be leaving the band after 8 years, to pursue other musical projects. His replacement was announced to be guitarist Ishay Berger's younger brother - Gideon Berger, who is also the drummer for Haifa based skate punk band Kill the Drive, and has played with Useless ID before, in 2010, as a touring member. http: www.facebook.com permalink.php?story_fbid 10150643234873904&id 40123148903 http: www.facebook.com permalink.php?story_fbid

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of King Ahab. The site itself may disappoint many tourists as it's a very simple site. One enjoyable and scenic option for good walkers is to walk down to the cave from Stella Maris (monastery) at the top of Mt. Carmel. * Wikipedia:Haifa Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Haifa Commons:Category:Haifa


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Built on the slopes of Mount Carmel, the history of settlement at the site spans more than 3,000 years. The earliest known settlement in the vicinity was Tell Abu Hawam, a small port city established in the Late Bronze Age (Bronze Age) (14th century BCE). Encyclopedia Judaica (Encyclopaedia Judaica), ''Haifa,'' Keter Publishing, Jerusalem, 1972, vol. 7, pp. 1134-1139 In the 3rd century CE, Haifa was known as a dye-making center. Over the centuries, the city has changed hands: It has been conquered and ruled by the Phoenicians, Persians (Persian Empire), Hasmoneans, Romans (Ancient Rome), Byzantines (Byzantine Empire), Arabs, Crusaders (Crusades), Ottomans (Ottoman Empire), British (British Mandate for Palestine), and the Israelis. Since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the city has been governed by the Haifa Municipality.

Today, the city is a major seaport (Port of Haifa) located on Israel's Mediterranean (Israeli coastal plain) coastline in the Bay of Haifa (Haifa Bay) covering north of Tel Aviv and is the major regional center of northern Israel (North District (Israel)). Two respected academic institutions, the University of Haifa and the Technion (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology), are located in Haifa in addition to the largest k-12 school in Israel, The Hebrew Reali School. The city plays an important role in Israel's economy (Economy of Israel). It is home to Matam (Matam, Haifa), one of the oldest and largest high-tech parks in the country.

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