Zohar


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Zohar

(zō`här), in the Bible. 1 Father of the owner of the cave of MachpelahMachpelah
, cave, near Hebron; also called the Cave of the Patriarchs. The Book of Genesis relates that it was bought by Abraham from Ephron, son of Zohar the Hittite, for a family burial place.
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. 2 Son of Simeon. An alternative form is Zerah. For the book of Zohar, see kabbalahkabbalah
or cabala
[Heb.,=reception], esoteric system of interpretation of the Scriptures based upon a tradition claimed to have been handed down orally from Abraham.
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Zohar had told Haaretz last October that Palestinians "[do not] have the right to national identity" because they do "not own the land of this country.
Yet that doesn't concern Zohar too much because for most of history, when money was paper and coins, law enforcement didn't track financial transactions with the minute detail electronic bank records provide today.
The two-state solution is dead," Zohar told i24NEWS, an Israeli TV channel.
Maulana Fazal ur Raheem Ashrafi of Jamia Ashrafia was Imam of Zohar prayer especially organized to express religious harmony.
They added in their affidavit: Every time we would try to contact her, Zohar Katz was the one answering the phone, telling us that we would never see our Samantha again, as he would be leaving the country with [her] very soon.
At work, to avoid going stir-crazy, Zohar and Daffi routinely compete in a video game called "Minesweeper.
In his essay "Magias parciales del Quijote" (1949), he unexpectedly places the Zohar in the company of none other than the Quixote, Shakespeare's Hamlet, and Carlyle's Sartor Resartus, fictions that blur the lines between reality and unreality.
She responded bye-mail, "Professor Bar Zohar had other sources for most of the material concerning MEK and Natanz (and the) laptop, yet they could not be mentioned and cannot be discussed.
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Daffi timidly follows the lead of her best bud, the sullen, rebellious Zohar (Dana Ivgy).
To complement the many studies of rabbinic creativity in Europe, Zohar surveys the phenomenon in response to changes in modern Iraq, Syria, and Egypt.
Zohar also said that there are no need for Israeli settlements in the Jordan Valley, stating that "these are a burden" from a military point of view.