Kafr Yasif

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title historical

politics: Women in Israel publisher University of Michigan Press isbn * In addition to the contribution of artists such as singer Amal Murkus (from Kafr Yasif) to evolving traditional Palestinian (Palestinian music) and Arabic music styles, a new generation of Arab youth in Israel has also begun asserting a Palestinian identity in new musical forms. For instance of the Palestinian hip hop group DAM (DAM (band)), from Lod, has spurred the emergence of other hip hop groups from Akka, to Bethlehem, to Ramallah, to Gaza City. Murkus was born and raised in the Arab town of Kafr Yasif in Galilee, and has devoted her career to promoting Palestinian music and culture (Palestinian people#Culture) in Israel and abroad. Murkus has been performing since she was five years old. In 1979, she won first prize in the Israeli Arab children's song festival, and went on to graduate from the Institute for Stage Art in Tel Aviv in 1990. cit req


710

: archive.org stream tabulaeordinist00stregoog#page n41 mode 1up 25 , No. 29; Cited in Röhricht, 1893, RRH, p. 190, No. 710; Cited in Pringle, 2009, p. 132 In the 13th century it was inhabited by Christians and paid tithes to the Bishop of Acre (Roman Catholic Bishop of Acre). Ellenblum, 2003, p.


870

chapel, and 50 Druzes. British Mandate period In the 1922 census of Palestine conducted by the British Mandate authorities (British Mandate of Palestine) ''Kufr Yasif'' had a population of 870; 172 Muslims, 665 Christians and 33 Druze. Barron, 1923, Table XI, Sub-district of Acre, p. 36 On 1 December 1925 Kafr Yasif became one of the few


academic

Makhouli. Education and culture According to historian Atallah Mansour, Kafr Yasif is the "most academic Arab town in Israel." Mansour, 2004, p. 256. The Rabeah Murkus Dance Studio, Israel's first Arab dance studio, is located in Kafr Yasif. Rabeah Murkus, daughter of former Kafr Yasif mayor Nimr Murkus, also opened a dance study track for Arab high school students authorized by the Israeli Ministry of Education. The track serves 10th-12th graders

publisher Sussex Academic Press isbn * *

date 14 April 2004 Christian Arabs considered to be the most educated community in Israel and they have attained a bachelor's degree and academic degree more than Jewish, Muslims and Druze. christians in israel) and the Christian Arabs have had the highest rates of success in the matriculation examinations, both in comparison


stage art

spurred the emergence of other hip hop groups from Akka, to Bethlehem, to Ramallah, to Gaza City. Murkus was born and raised in the Arab town of Kafr Yasif in Galilee, and has devoted her career to promoting Palestinian music and culture (Palestinian people#Culture) in Israel and abroad. Murkus has been performing since she was five years old. In 1979, she won first prize in the Israeli Arab children's song festival, and went on to graduate from the Institute for Stage Art in Tel Aviv in 1990. cit req


association year

to the Muslims and the Druze and in comparison to all students in the Jewish education system. christians in israel) Music and art The Palestinian art scene in general has been supported by the contributions of Arab citizens of Israel.

year 2006 accessdate 5 June 2007 url http: www.hagar-gallery.com Catalogues docs PArt_eng_final.pdf format PDF In addition to the contribution of artists such as singer Amal Murkus (from Kafr Yasif) to evolving traditional Palestinian (Palestinian music) and Arabic music styles, a new generation of Arab youth in Israel has also begun asserting a Palestinian identity in new musical forms. For instance of the Palestinian hip hop group DAM (DAM (band)), from Lod, has


century year

politics: Women in Israel publisher University of Michigan Press isbn * *


book

– Excavations and Surveys in Israel number 122 * *

of Officials for Palestine publisher University of Alabama Press isbn * *

publisher Yale University Press * *


national past

and the Palestinian National Past publisher University of Arkansas Press isbn 1557287635 *Welcome To Kafr Yasif * SWP map 3, IAA * SWP map 3, Wikimedia


study track

Makhouli. Education and culture According to historian Atallah Mansour, Kafr Yasif is the "most academic Arab town in Israel." Mansour, 2004, p. 256. The Rabeah Murkus Dance Studio, Israel's first Arab dance studio, is located in Kafr Yasif. Rabeah Murkus, daughter of former Kafr Yasif mayor Nimr Murkus, also opened a dance study track for Arab high school students authorized by the Israeli Ministry of Education. The track serves 10th-12th graders

Kafr Yasif

'''Kafr Yasif''' ( northeast of the city of Acre (Acre, Israel) and adjacent to Abu Sinan. The population of Kafr Yasif is largely Christian (Arab Christian) (57%) with a significant Muslim minority (40%), and a small Druze community.

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