Yahad

   A centrist political party founded in 1984 and led by Ezer Weizman. It won three seats in the 11th Knesset on a platform that advocated a peace settlement with the Arabs and the Palestinians. It joined the Government of National Unity, in which Weizman served as minister in the prime minister's office.

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  • YAḤAD — (Heb. יַחַד; union or unity ). This term is used in the Bible most often adverbially in the sense of together. In some of the dead sea scrolls it appears as a designation of the group usually identified as the qumran sect or community. The qumran …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Yahad — ( he. יחד, lit. Together ) may refer to:*Yahad, an unrecognised kibbutz in northern Israel *Yahad, a now defunct political party formed by Ezer Weizman in 1984 *Meretz Yahad, a political party in Israel formerly known as Yahad …   Wikipedia

  • Yahad (1984) — Yahad ( he. יחד, lit. Together ) was a centrist political party in Israel. It is not connected with the modern Meretz Yahad party.BackgroundThe party was formed by Ezer Weizman prior to the 1984 elections. Weizman had previously been an MK for… …   Wikipedia

  • Yahad (ancien parti politique) — Le Yahad (hébreu : יחד, litt. Ensemble) était un parti politique centriste israélien. Il n est pas lié au parti Meretz Yahad. Histoire Le parti fut créé par Ezer Weizman avant les élections législatives de 1984. Ezer Weizman avait été… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Yahad, Israel — Infobox Kibbutz kibbutz name = Yahad foundation = 1992 founded by = Transcendental Meditation followers region = Lower Galilee council = Misgav industry = affiliation = website = Yahad ( he. יחד, lit. Together ) is a small unrecognised kibbutz in …   Wikipedia

  • Yahad—Social Democratic Israel —    A left wing Zionist political party formed on31 March 2004 out of the shell of a Meretz/Democratic Israel faction that took only six seats in the 2003 Knesset election (down from 10). It was headed by former Labor member of the Knesset and… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Yahad Shivtei Yisrael —    See Yishai …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • DEAD SEA SECT — (also called Qumran Sect or Qumran Community). The name refers strictly to a Jewish community which lived in the Second Temple period and which adopted a strict and separatist way of life. It is so called because the main source of knowledge… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Patrick Desbois — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Desbois. Patrick Desbois, né en 1955 à Chalon sur Saône, est un prêtre de l Église catholique. Directeur du Service national des évêques de France pour les relations avec le judaïsme et consulteur de la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • DEAD SEA SCROLLS — DEAD SEA SCROLLS, the popular designation given to collections of manuscript material found in 1947 and the following years in various caves west of the Dead Sea, notably at qumran , Murabbaʿāt , Khirbat Mird, together with en gedi and masada .… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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