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halacha:

see halakahhalakah
or halacha
[Heb.,=law], in Judaism, the body of law regulating all aspects of life, including religious ritual, familial and personal status, civil relations, criminal law, and relations with non-Jews.
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Halaka, who is also a cop with Strathclyde, and Winters both deny religiously provoked breach of the peace.
The idea of current American reform congregations which deviate from the Halaka were generally not official issues in Imperial of Weimar Germany.
Halaka said that workers in the tourism sector have not had their 7% allowance agreed by the government for local and private sector workers as a consequence of this year's crisis in the sector.
Halaka stated that the syndicate will demand that hotels pay at least part of the allowance in case it is claimed that the current situation does not allow for an allowance to be paid, especially since some hotels in Egypt already do so.
BEIRUT: "I love making beautiful work," says John Halaka, "but I want to make beautiful work that bugs the s**t out of the audience."A self-described "artist activist" Halaka is preparing a lecture on his current work in progress, "Portraits of Desire and Denial."
Born in Egypt and of Palestinian descent, Halaka regularly spends his summers in Palestine.
It's alleged that at 3am, after a nightclub closed, Halaka, 31, and Winters, 43, were involved in a disturbance near the taxi rank in Mill Street.
Halaka, of Falkirk, and Winters, of Rhynd, near Perth, were arrested and taken to divisional police HQ in Perth.