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Kičevo

) Timotej ; #Diocese of Prespa and Pelagonia, headed by Metropolitan Petar (Peter (metropolitan)); '''Dobra Voda''' (''Cyrillic'': Добра Вода, ''English (English language)'': Good Water) is a mountain peak near the city of Kičevo in Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia). It is the highest peak of the Celoica mountain range, at 2062 meters above the sea level. Due to tectonic movements, the height of this peak and surrounding mountains continues to rise. This is actually why Macedonia experiences moderate earthquakes around this region. From the top of this peak it is possible to view many surrounding cities: Gostivar, Kičevo, Tetovo, and nearby villages. The main springs of the Treska river are placed within the Celoica mountain range. ** Route M3: Blace - Skopje ** Route M4: Skopje – Kičevo – Ohrid ** Route M5: Ohrid – Bitola image 50px (Image:Flag_map_of_the_Republic_of_Macedonia.svg) list1 Berovo


Kfar Saba

Hütteroth first1 Wolf-Dieter first2 Kamal last2 Abdulfattah year 1977 title Historical Geography of Palestine, Transjordan and Southern Syria in the Late 16th Century publisher Erlanger Geographische Arbeiten, Sonderband 5. Erlangen, Germany: Vorstand der Fränkischen Geographischen Gesellschaft page 140 In the 1870s it was described as "a mud village of moderate size with mud-ponds around it and good water in the wells of Neby Yemin, to the east." C. R. Conder and H. H. Kitchener, ''The Survey of Western Palestine'', II, p134. The Jewish town of Kfar Saba was established in 1898 on 7,500 dunams of land purchased from the Arab village. birth_place Kfar Saba, Israel Year of Aliyah Early life Yachimovich was born in Kfar Saba. Her parents were Holocaust survivors who immigrated (aliyah) to Israel from Poland. Israel's Internal Tumult, Benny Morris In 1985, Yachimovich graduated from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev with a degree in behavioural science. Shelly Yachimovich: Labor MK and Candidate for Labor Party Primaries She lives in south Tel Aviv and has two children, Gal and Rama. Official website 28 Kaplan – Givat Eshkol – '''Neve Yamin''' – '''Kfar Saba''': Industrial Zone – Tekuma – Kfar Saba CBS – Kiryat Sapir – Maoz – Meir Hospital – '''Ra'anana''': Ra'anana CBT – Ahuza – Shikun Asher – Levinston Hospital – '''Herzliya''': Gan Rashel – Magen David Adom – Herzliya CBS - 032 '''Beit Berel''' – '''Tzofit''' – '''Gan Chaim''' – '''Kfar Saba''': Meir Hospital – '''Ra'anana''': Ra'anana CBT – Ahuza – Shikun Asher – Levinston Hospital – '''Herzliya''': Gan Rashel – Neve Amal – Magen David Adom – Herzliya CBS – Lev Ha'Ir (downtown) – Neve Yisrael – Neve Amirim – '''Ramat HaSharon''': Star theater – Alon – Ushiskin – Rishonim – Neve Magen – Morasha – Industrial Area – Kedma Terminal - Express Ra'anana Junc., Kfar Saba, Tira, Tayibe - Express Ben Gurion Airport (Ben Gurion International Airport) - Petah Tikva - Hod HaSharon - Kfar Saba- Ra'anana Junction -


Beit El

title Environmental Peacebuilding Theory and Practice A Case Study of the Good Water Neighbours Project and In Depth Analysis of the Wadi Fukin Tzur Hadassah Communities url http: www.humansecuritygateway.com documents ECOPEACE_PeaceBuildingMiddleEast_GoodWaterNeighboursProject.pdf publisher EcoPeace Friends of the Earth pages 29–35 accessdate 19 July 2011 date January 2008 At the end of 2007, it had a total population of 38,800 consisting


Grand Island, Nebraska

because of the availability of good water nearby, and its distance from Grand Island, Nebraska. The town, first known as "Hell on Wheels", received its first train in 1866. Dodge then constructed major shop facilities and winter quarters for its crews. In 1867 it began conducting main line operations through the town. ref


Cochabamba

popular night spots - however noise isn't a problem while sleeping. Staff at the reception desk speak English, and are friendly. The room decor is outdated and the carpets need to be replaced. There is hot water and good water pressure. All the rooms have free Wi-Fi. On-site parking is available. The buffet breakfast is from 7AM until 10AM. Stay safe * Roving gangs of supposed glue sniffers (cleferos) are known to attack and rob people, especially at night. Stay on streets with ample


Quetta

of Baluchistan, and sanatorium for the European troops at Quetta: WikiPedia:Quetta Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Balochistan Localities Quetta


Nablus

Syria in the Late 16th Century publisher Erlanger Geographische Arbeiten, Sonderband 5. Erlangen, Germany: Vorstand der Fränkischen Geographischen Gesellschaft page 140 In the 1870s it was described as "a mud village of moderate size with mud-ponds around it and good water in the wells of Neby Yemin, to the east." C. R. Conder and H. H. Kitchener, ''The Survey of Western Palestine'', II, p134. The Jewish town of Kfar Saba was established in 1898 on 7,500 dunams of land purchased from the Arab village. Pride and preservation, Jerusalem Post Despite attractive advertisements in Jerusalem and London, attempts to sell plots to private individuals were unsuccessful, as the land was located in a desolate, neglected area far from any other Jewish settlement. The Ottoman (Ottoman Empire) pasha of Nablus, to whose governorate the land belonged, refused to give building permits, therefore the first settlers lived in huts made of clay and straw. They earned their living by growing almonds, grapes and olives. Most of the manual laborers on the land were peasants from Qalqilya. Only in 1912 were permits given and the settlers moved to permanent housing. The Border Police heaviest area of operation is the City of Jerusalem. Virtually all "soldiers" that can be seen patrolling the streets of Jerusalem are actually Border Guard Police officers. Approximately 20% of all Border Guard personnel in the country are located in the City of Jerusalem alone. Besides Jerusalem MAGAV also provides security, conducts military operations, raids and arrests on Palestinian people in cities like Jenin, Nablus, Jericho, Qalqilyah, Tul-Karem (Tulkarm), Ramallah and Hebron. Islamic rule and Dhul-Kifl tomb Al-Damun is mentioned in early Arab and Persian (Iran) sources since the 11th century CE. Local tradition identified the village as containing the tomb of the prophet Dhul-Kifl, who is mentioned in the Qur'an twice. Despite, Islamic tradition claiming the tomb to be in Al Kifl near Najaf or Kifl Hares near Nablus, in 1047, Nasir Khusraw discovered it to be al-Damun. He writes "I reached a small cave, which is in Damun where I performed the ''ziyarat'' too, for it is said to be the tomb of Dhul-Kifl, peace be upon him." Sharon, 2004, '' pp.7-9'', Also in le Strange, 1890, p.435 & p.436 Six-Day War On June 7, 1967, Golani units joined Israeli armor in its assault on Nablus, capturing the city by 15:00. The remainder of the brigade was kept in the north for the planned thrust against the Syrian army on the Golan Heights. Planning called for the 12th Battalion to capture Tel Faher and Burj Babil, Banias, Tel Hamra and Ayn Fit. The 51st would take Bahriat, Tel Azaziat and Khirbet as-Suda. The 13th Battalion was left as an operational reserve in the northeastern tip of Israel. *2011 - Riots in Bharatpur (Bharatpur, Rajasthan), Rajasthan, India, at least 9 killed, over a dozen injured. WikiPedia:Nablus


Dubrovnik

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Jackson, Mississippi

'''Jackson State University''' ('''Jackson State''', or '''JSU''') is a historically black university (Historically black colleges and universities) in Jackson, Mississippi, United States. Founded in 1877 in Natchez, Mississippi by the American Baptist Home Mission Society of New York, the Society moved the school to Jackson in 1882, renaming it '''Jackson College''', and developed its present campus in 1902. It became a state-supported public institution in 1940. A member of the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund, JSU holds an important place in the history of US civil rights. Barnett gave his famous fifteen-word "I Love Mississippi" speech at the University of Mississippi football game in Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi). Ole Miss Rebels (Ole Miss Rebels football) were playing Kentucky Wildcats (Kentucky Wildcats football). 41,000 fans cheered at the stadium waving thousands of Confederate flags. At halftime, a gigantic Confederate flag was unveiled on the field. The crowd shouted "We want Ross"! Barnett went to the field, grabbed the microphone at the 50-yard line and said: "I love Mississippi! I love her people! Our customs. I love and respect our heritage." Bryant 2006, 66. Ross Barnett Reservoir, north of Jackson, Mississippi, is named in his honor, as is Barnett Lake in Smith County, Mississippi. Stennis married Coy Hines, and together, they had two children, John Hampton and Margaret Jane. His son, John Hampton Stennis (born ca. 1935), an attorney in Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi), Mississippi, ran unsuccessfully in 1978 for the United States House of Representatives, having been defeated by the Republican


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