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Arequipa

of 4,000 men and 8,000 National Guardsmen to 10 000 and an important financial support based on quotas and taxes erogacione both the economic elite and the various southern agricultural districts. However, Peru's Arequipa forces revolted against the authority of Lizardo Montero. On 25 October 1883, a popular


Quebec City

Colonel MacDonnell were made Companions of the Bath (Order of the Bath) after the war for their parts in the battle. Sir George Prevost's dispatch, which claimed that 300 Canadians had put 7,500 Americans to flight nevertheless contributed to the battle becoming legendary in Canadian folklore. ;Lortie Aviation Inc. *This company, (formerly Northern Lights Combat Air Support) based in Quebec City, Canada, owns and operates 12 Hunters (mainly ex-Swiss F.58


Tel Aviv

practice to work at the Pentagon in 2001, Zell partnered with Bernel Goldberg to form Zell, Goldberg & Co with offices in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and affiliate offices in Washington, DC, Russia and Europe. The JNF was founded at the Fifth Zionist Congress in Basel in 1901 with Theodor Herzl's support based on the proposal of a German Jewish mathematician, Zvi Hermann Schapira. http: www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org jsource Orgs jnf.html Early land purchases were completed in Judea and the Lower Galilee. In 1909, the JNF played a central role in the founding of Tel Aviv. The establishment of the “Olive Tree Fund” marked the beginning of Diaspora support of afforestation efforts. The Blue Box (known in Yiddish as a ''pushke'') has been part of the JNF since its inception, symbolizing the partnership between Israel and the Diaspora. In the period between the two world wars, about one million of these blue and white tin collection boxes could be found in Jewish homes throughout the world. http: environment.harvard.edu religion religion judaism projects jewish_national.html From 1902 until the late 1940s, the JNF sold JNF stamps to raise money. For a brief period in May 1948, JNF stamps were used as postage stamps (Postage stamps and postal history of Israel and Palestine) during the transition from Palestine (British Mandate of Palestine) to Israel. Kimmerly, Ian. “Jewish National Fund issues postal substitutes” in ‘’ The Globe and Mail (Canada)’’ July 22, 1989 I recently edited a page, and forgot to fill in the summary field. I think that the change I made could be considered controversial (I added a note about Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to the List of multiple capitals), so I really wanted to include a summary field. What should you do after you've accidentally saved a page with no summary, and the change was substantive? Creidieki (User:Creidieki) 03:46, 23 Jul 2004 (UTC) During the 1950s and 1960s many synagogues in Israel were built by Hungarian Jewry and named Chug Chassam Sofer. This network of Synagogues were founded in Tel Aviv, Bnei Brak, Jerusalem, Petach Tikva, Haifa and Netanya. These synagogues still operate but have been integrated into the larger community with no distinct character of their own. Besides for that of Bnei Brak founded by Rabbi Yitzchak Shlomo Ungar and that of Petach Tikva founded by Rabbi Shmaryahu Deutch. *On 4 October 2001, Siberia Airlines Flight 1812, a Tupolev Tu-154M, registration RA-85693, en route from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk crashed into the Black Sea off Sochi, after being accidentally hit by a Ukrainian S-200 (S-200 Angara Vega Dubna) surface-to-air missile, killing all 78 people on board. *On 24 August 2004, Siberia Airlines Flight 1047, a Tupolev Tu-154B2, registration RA-85556, en route from Moscow to Sochi exploded and crashed due to a terrorist bombing (Russian aircraft bombings of August 2004) near Rostov-on-Don, Russia, killing all 46 people on board. History The IPO was founded by violinist Bronisław Huberman in 1936, at a time when many Jewish musicians were being fired from European orchestras. Its inaugural concert took place in Tel Aviv on December 26, 1936, and was conducted by Arturo Toscanini. In June 2009, there was a report of a sighting off the island of Giglio (Isola del Giglio), in Italy. On 7 January 2010, fishermen spotted an injured Mediterranean monk seal off the coasts of Tel Aviv , Israel. When zoo veterinarians arrived to help the seal, it had slipped back into the waters. Members of the Israel Marine Mammal Research and Assistance Center arrived at the scene and tried to locate the injured mammal, but with no success. This was the first sighting of the species in the region since Lebanese authorities claimed to have found a population of 10–20 other seals on their coasts 70 years earlier. http: www.haaretz.com hasen spages 1141303.html In addition, the seal was also sighted a couple of weeks later in the northern kibbutz of Rosh Hanikra. http: www.haaretz.co.il hasite spages 1143950.html '''Siberia Airlines (S7 Airlines) Flight 1812''' crashed over the Black Sea on 4 October 2001, en route from Tel Aviv, Israel to Novosibirsk, Russia. The plane, a Soviet-made Tupolev Tu-154, carried an estimated 66 passengers and 12 crew members. No one on board survived. The crash site is some 190 km west-southwest of the Black Sea resort of Sochi and 140 km north of the Turkish (Turkey) coastal town of Fatsa and 350 km east-southeast of Feodosiya, Ukraine. Background and early career He was born in Homs to the large, landowning and politically active Atassi family. He studied public administration at the Mülkiye Academy in Istanbul, and graduated in 1895. He began his political career in 1888 in the Ottoman province of Beirut, and through the years up to 1918 served as Governor of Homs, Hama, Baalbek, Anatolia, and Jaffa, which included the then-small suburb of Tel Aviv. In 1920, after the World War I defeat of the Turks, he was elected chairman of the Syrian National Congress, the equivalent of a modern parliament. Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


Switzerland

project using vactrain technology that went into liquidation in November 2009 because of a lack of support. Based on high-speed maglev trains travelling in low-pressure tunnels, the speeds would have been about 500 kilometres per hour. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray (Blu-ray Disc) on October 24, 2006.


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