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  • Aliya —    Derived from the Hebrew word for ascent or going up. The immigration of Jews from the Diaspora to the Holy Land (Palestine and, later, Israel). Jewish immigration to and settlement in the land of Israel is a central concept in Zionist ideology …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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  • Aliyá desde Etiopía — Mujeres de origen etíope rezando frente al Muro de los Lamentos La Aliyá de los judíos desde Etiopía comenzó a mediados de la década de 1970, durante el cual la mayoría de los etíopes judíos emigraron a Israel. Contenido …   Wikipedia Español

  • Aliya Rama Raya — Rama Raya, (1542 1565 CE) popularly known as Aliya Rama Raya, was the progenitor of the Aravidu dynasty of Vijayanagar Empire. This dynasty, the fourth and last to hold sway over the Vijayanagara Empire, is often not counted as a ruling dynasty… …   Wikipedia

  • Aliya Garayeva — Infobox Gymnast gymnastname= Aliya Garayeva imagesize= caption= fullname= altname= nickname= country=AZE formercountry= birthdate= birth date and age|1988|01|01 birthplace= hometown= residence= deathdate= deathplace= height= discipline=RG level=… …   Wikipedia

  • Primera Aliyá — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Aliyá a Israel Previo a la fundación de Israel Aliyá Pre Sionista El Yishuv Primera Aliyá Segunda Aliyá Durante la I Guerra Mundial Tercera Aliyá Cuarta Aliyá Quinta Aliyá Durante y después de la II …   Wikipedia Español

  • Israel B'Aliya — (Israel for Immigration/Israel Moving Upward)    A political party headed by Anatoly (Natan) Sharansky and comprised mostly of immigrants (see ALIYA) from the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics that ran for the first time in the 1996… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Second Aliya —    The Second Aliya (1904 14) was the most significant in terms of Israel s future political system. Some 40,000 immigrants of Russian and eastern European origin laid the foundations of the labor movement and established the first Jewish labor… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Kibbutz — A kibbutz (Hebrew: קיבוץ, קִבּוּץ, lit. gathering, clustering ; plural kibbutzim ) is a collective community in Israel that was traditionally based on agriculture. The kibbutz is a form of communal living that combines socialism and Zionism.… …   Wikipedia

  • Chronology — c. 17th century BCE The period of the Jewish patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac,Jacob. c. 1250 10 BCE The Exodus of the Jews from Egypt, wandering in the desert of Sinai, and the conquest of Canaan under Joshua. c. 1020 1004 BCE King Saul. Establishment… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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