Eleazar

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Eleazar

(ĕlēā`zər), in the Bible. 1 Son of Aaron. 2 Keeper of the Ark of the Covenant. 3 Mighty man of David. 4 Man in the genealogy in the first chapter of the Gospel of St. Matthew. 5 One of the chief martyrs in the Maccabean period. An old man, he refused to eat swine's flesh.
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Ahmad Salah, Coordinator of the Popular Resistance Committee against the Wall and the Settlements in Al-Khader village, reported that the extremist settlers uprooted 80 olive saplings of 1 year old and stole them from the Khader lands near the Hebron-Jerusalem main road close to Neve Daniel and El'Azar Israeli settlements.
which are part of Gosh Etzion settlements (Rosh Zurim, El'azar, Allon Shevut
El'azar Stern is one of the proposed deal's toughest and most vocal opponents.
Judah Halevi, Judah al-Harizi); newly appreciated authors (Shelomo Boafed, El'azar ha-Bavli); lesser known authors from Egypt, Iraq, and Aragon; and specific genres such as a form of piyut (liturgical poem).
Norelly Vargas El'Azar, Directora Unidad de Adquisiciones.
Said Rabbi Yohanan, "Rabbi Ishma'el the son of Yose's member was like a wineskin of nine kav; Rabbi El'azar the son of Rabbi Shim'on's member was like a wineskin of seven kav.
The succeeding investigations discuss the Herodian High Priesthood, the meaning of the word signaling the earliest moment the morning sacrifice may be offered, the identification of El'azar b.
18) In some text-witnesses the saying is attributed to Rabbi El'azar--that is: Rabbi El'azar of Modi'in (and such explicit reading is also attested by some of the text witnesses).
And even so, Rabbi El'azar the son of Shim|on did not trust himself, perhaps God forbid, such an incident would befall him again.
Published on Monday, 13 January 2014 12:37 PNN A group of Palestinian and international activists closed Monday the main gate of El'azar, a Gush Etzion settlement, which was established on the lands of the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
The Secular poetry of El'azar ben Ya'aqov ha-Bavli; Baghdad, thirteenth century; on the basis of manuscript Firkovicz Heb.
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