Shalmai

Shalmai

(shăl`māī, shăl`mā), in the Bible, family returned from exile.
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The security forces official urged the Shalmai elders and other residents to help maintain peace and cooperate with the security forces and local administration so that they defeat terrorism with all its forms.
Dorit Yerushalmi's contribution, "The Theatrical Shoe: The Utterance of Shoemaking: Cobblers on the Israeli Stage," interprets various influences that shaped a canonical Israeli comedy, King Solomon and Shalmai the Cobbler, which premiered in Tel Aviv in 1943.
Guttal, Shalmai. "The Politics of Post-War/Post-Conflict Reconstruction." Development 48.3 (2005): 73-81.