Tel Aviv

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political actions

students, many of which continue up to the present. The rented apartment where he lived for many years on top of an old building at Rothschild Boulevard in downtown Tel Aviv was a well-known rendezvous for political meetings and also the venue of sometimes boisterous student parties lasting deep into the night. Among numerous other political actions, the first demonstration against the 1982 Lebanon War - held on the war's third day, 7 June 1982, dispersed by police with considerable violence


campaign commitment

; ref Though the election had been held in May, Parliament did not resume sitting until October, one of the longest break periods in Confederation. The gas tax in the budget soured Clark's relationship with Ontario Premier Bill Davis, even though both were Red Tories and both were Progressive Conservatives. Even before the budget, the government was criticized for its perceived inexperience, such as in its handling of its campaign commitment

that had preceded the DC-9, resulting in increased minimum distances being required for aircraft following heavy aircraft. * Tianjin, China, since 1990 Clark and his government had been under attack for its perceived inexperience, for example, in its handling of its 1979 election campaign commitment to move Canada's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv


winning books

'''DELETE''' unless Gilgamesh better defines this category (what "significant" means) in a way that sounds useful to readers. Nyh (User:Nyh) 12:29, 4 December 2005 (UTC) He served in the Israel Defense Forces during three wars, wrote several award-winning books on Jewish law (Halakha) , and was appointed Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv in 1968. Goren served as Chief Rabbi of Israel from 1973 to 1983, after which he established a yeshiva


energy program

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modern cultural

, known for art museums, and many towns and kibbutzim have smaller high-quality museums. Israeli music is very versatile and combines elements of both western and eastern, religious and secular music. It tends to be very eclectic and contains a wide variety of influences from the Diaspora and more modern cultural importation: Hassidic songs, Asian and Arab pop, especially by Yemenite singers, and Israeli hip hop (hip hop music) or heavy metal (heavy metal music). Folk dancing, which draws


outstanding independent

, the Sipur Pashut Book Shop is counted among Israel’s outstanding, independent bookshops. Sipur Pashut holds a vast English collection. Art, Craft, Judaica, Jewelry Gordon Street is famous for its art galleries. Ben-Yehuda Street has several Judaica\Jewelery\souvenirs shops. You can buy jewelry from Michal Negrin, a world-famous Israeli designer, in her shops at the Azriely mall and on Sheinkin st. The prices are much better than abroad. For more original crafts and Judaica, try the Nahlat


opposition style

! Party ! Seats ! Coalition Member - style "background:#cfc;" Meretz 6 Yes - style "background:#cfc;" Tel Aviv 1 5 Yes - style "background:#cfc;" Rov Ha'ir (City Majority) 4 Yes - style "background:#cfc;" Ir Le'kulanu (City for All) 3 Partial (2 of 3 seats, Shelley Dvir remained in the Opposition) - style "background:#cfc;" Segev-Beyachad Tel Aviv (Shas, Jewish Home, Torah Judaism) 3 Yes - style "background:#cfc;"


based sports'

name The English Bar url email address lat long directions Allenby st. near the beach phone tollfree fax hours price content A UK based sports bar and if you happen to end up there during a Premiership game, you're in for a native UK experience. * Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


rivalry quot

Yisschar Dov Rokeach (Yissachar Dov Rokeach (I)) (1894–1926). Rabbi Yissachar's son and successor, Rabbi Aharon Rokeach, escaped from Nazi-occupied Europe to Israel in 1944, re-establishing the Hasidut first in Tel Aviv and then in Jerusalem. Michelle Compos records that "Later, after the founding of Tel Aviv in 1909, conflicts over land grew in the direction of explicit national rivalry." Sandra Marlene Sufian and Mark LeVine (2007) ''Reapproaching borders: new


weekly arts

, Goldstein joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Goldstein was Jewish before he joined the LDS Church. He has served in several callings in the LDS Church, including as a member of a high council and a counselor in a bishopric. - Tel Aviv, Israel Nahalat Binyamin 404,400 This is a pedestrianized street lined by shops and cafes, which hosts a weekly arts fair. - - Tel Aviv, Israel Shenkin Street from Allenby to Ahed HaAm

Tel Aviv

'''Tel Aviv''' ( . Countries maintain their embassies in Tel Aviv and its suburbs, or suburbs of Jerusalem, such as Mevaseret Zion. (see CIA Factbook) See Positions on Jerusalem: "No country in the world except for Israel has recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital".

Tel Aviv was founded by the Jewish community on the outskirts of the ancient port city (port) of Jaffa (

Tel Aviv is a global city, a technological and economic hub, home to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, corporate offices and research and development centers.

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