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Korah

(kō`rə), in the Bible. 1 Levite leader, with Dathan and Abiram, of the unsuccessful revolt in the desert against the exclusive priesthood of the Aaronic family and against the leadership of Moses; the rebels were consumed by fire and earthquake. 2 Levitical family, perhaps descended from (1,) that had duties as doorkeepers and singers in the Temple.

Korah

rose up against Moses; slain by Jehovah. [O.T.: Numbers 16:1–3]
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24(Petra) -- Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Qutaiba Abu Qorah on Thursday discussed with Japanese ambassador to Jordan, Junichi Kosugi scopes of bilateral cooperation, especially in energy field.
During the meeting, Abu Qorah and the ambassador discussed partnership between the public and private sectors and investment opportunities in energy field.
Yet this was a double-edged sword so far as the Jews were concerned: another enemy of Israel, Gath, was said to mean "the falling away of the Jews," while the sons of Qorah received the long definition "Jews who were stripped of grace" (Skazanie 148; Kovtun 1963:27, 398, 400, 406-407, 414, 418-419).
It also seems likely chat, as Shalom Gamliel and 'Amram Qorah claim, Imam Yahya was not interested in enforcing the conversion of orphans and was aware that they were routinely smuggled out of Yemen through Sanaa.
She quotes Qorah, who says that "Sana became a refuge for all the orphans who arrived from every corner.
9) 'Amram ibn Yahya Qorah, Sa'arat Teyman (Jerusalem: Mosad ha-Rav Kook, 1954), pp.
13) Shalom Gamliel was a close Jewish advisor to Imam Yahya; Amram Qorah was the last chief Rabbi of Yemen.
Qutaiba Abu Qorah, the Director General of the National Petroleum Company, added, "BP is an ideal partner for the development of the Risha concession.
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As examples of this chaos we can mention innovative forms in language, such as Modem Hebrew qorah instead of qore't as the feminine of qore' 'read.