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Bat Yam

(bät yäm), city (1994 pop. 142,300), W central Israel, on the Mediterranean Sea, near Tel Aviv. It is a suburb and an industrial center. The city was founded in 1926 and originally called Bayit VeGan [Heb.,=home and garden].

Bat Yam

 

a city in western Israel on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It has a population of 62,000 (1968). In dustry consists of metalworking and food processing. Bat Yam is also a seaside resort.

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Last night, 200 protesters traveled to the Israeli city of Bat Yam to reasonably argue, "Any Jewish woman who goes with an Arab should be killed; any Jew who sells his home to an Arab should be killed.
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