Neriah


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Neriah

(nērī`ə), in the Bible, father of Baruch.
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It has clearly got Israel far from where it should be in Africa," says Jacques Neriah, a former foreign policy advisor to ex-PM Yitzhak Rabin and an analyst at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
Neriah Pinchas had prepared for the contest but an extra fifty or so questions he had prepared in case there was a tie.
Earlier this month, former Israeli intelligence expert Jacques Neriah suggested in a CNN interview that Israel must prepare itself for the eventuality that the battle could reach the shores of Tel Aviv - despite the fact that the fighting rages more than 915 kilometers (595 miles) away.
Neriah Pinchas, who won the Chidon in 1980 and has written the questions for the contest since 1987, recalls how Prime Minister Menachem Begin was confronted by a reporter during a Torah study group at his home and asked what purpose was served by an international competition in which the outcome was a foregone conclusion.
The colonies with the fewest new constructions include Eli, Alei Zahav, Tekoa, Beit Arieh and Neriah, each of which has between 30 and 42 new housing units.
In light of Austria's announcement, there are questions over the stability of the 'border' between Israel and Syria," said Jacques Neriah, an Israeli reserves colonel and former military intelligence analyst.
Jacques Neriah, a special analyst for the Middle-East at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, and former Foreign Policy Advisor to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Deputy Head for Assessment of Israeli Military Intelligence, said in an article in the official website of the center that "Democracy is foreign to Saudi Arabia's institutions and its political thinking and is not on the agenda of the Wahhabi king.
GLIMMER OF PARTING in memory of Avraham David Moses (16), Roi Roth (18), Neriah Cohen (15), Yonatan Yitshak Eldar (16), Yokhai Lifshitz (18), Segev Peniel Avihail (15), Yonadav Haim Hirshfeld (18), and Doron Meherete (26), hy"d When a life ends, the in-held mystery That only patchwise to a friend was shown At last transpires and can in part be known, Although the most part go invisibly Back to the source.
13) In Jeremiah's case, various individuals came to his aid, including Baruch son of Neriah, his scribe, and Ebed-melech, the Ethiopian eunuch who rescued Jeremiah from the cistern (Jeremiah 32).
Top 10: 1 Lineth Chepkurui, Kenya, 31:30 ; 2 Meseret Mengsitu, Ethiopia, 31:3; 3 Alice Timbilili, Kenya, 31:33; 4 Abebu Gelan, Ethiopia, 31:44; 5 Amane Gobena, Ethiopia, 31:52; 6 Irene Limika, Kenya, 32:11; 7 Edna Kiplagat, Kenya, 32:17; 8 Belianesh Gebre, Ethiopia, 32:35; 9 Nadia Ejjafini, Bahrain, 32:43; 10 Neriah Asiba, Kenya, 32:43.
Survivors include his wife; his father and stepmother, Sebastian and Erna Galata; a daughter, Lisa Berg; three sons, Neriah Hart, Tony Griffin and Jonathon Ross; a brother, Michael; four sisters, Elaine Castellanos, Marie Sorci, Cynthia Harper and Debra Dubois; and two grandchildren.