These people are among the country's most ardent Zionists and faithful Jews, and their resolve to settle the lands of Judaea
and Samaria and carry on with their lives at great personal risk embody classical Zionist imperatives.
On Sunday, the cabinet voted on a resolution declaring the move to be of "national importance," while ordering that all measures be taken "to approve the decision of the Council for Higher Education in Judaea
and Samaria, subject to the attorney general s stance.
Presumably believing the red in the Union Jack was caused by the stigmata - and conveniently forgetting that Christ was from Judaea
or possibly Africa, Santa Claus is a Turk, the biggest Christian church is based in Rome, 30 per cent of Britons are non-Christian and our German royal family stick to the Teutonic tradition of handing out their presents of Christmas Eve.
Within a few short decades, the Maccabean achievement went sore: The later Hasmonaeans were tyrants who fought a continual war against their own people and eventually against one another; in 63 BCE, almost exactly a century after Judah and his brothers had cleansed the Temple, the entire kingdom of Judaea
fell under Roman control.
He does not get round to considering the idea that there was a string of eye-witnesses to the 'Resurrection events', who took the message to many parts of the Roman world even before St Paul got there, so one does not know how many eye-witnesses to an event in first-century Judaea
he would think necessary.
From the 1930s through the 1950s, this influence was most evident in the prevalence of such Zionist youth movements as Young Judaea
and Hashomer Hatzair, in Hebraist camps like Yavneh and Ramah, and in Jewish schools, especially Talmud Torahs (afternoon Hebrew schools), Conservative congregational schools, and some day schools.
It's narrative-driven and there's very little dialogue in it, because there was no idiom I could call on, not knowing how people talked 2,000 years ago in Judaea
According to Philo, in 37 CE, the Jewish King Agrippa I, newly invested with a kingdom by the Emperor Gaius, stopped in Alexandria en route from Rome to Judaea
And one day, in a most unpromising time, when it seemed as if the stranger had again forgotten his promise, a man came out of the country of Judaea
saying strange and wonderful things about being Immanuel.
Cleopatra began to regain the territories of Ptolemy II Philadelphos in 37 BC, when Antonius awarded her Phoenicia, Coele Syria and Cyprus, as well as parts of Cilicia, Judaea
and Arabia Nabataea.
Israel must impose its sovereignty on all Jewish districts of Judaea
and Samaria (the West Bank)," Katz told public radio.
Lieberman said the reconciliation deal would mean "hundreds of Hamas terrorists" are freed and that elections would see Hamas "take control of Judaea
and Samaria (the West Bank).