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Shamgar

(shăm`gär), in JudgesJudges,
book of the Bible, seventh book of the Old Testament in the order of the Authorized Version. It is the sequel of Joshua in the biblical history, telling of the Hebrews in the Promised Land from Joshua's death up to the time of Samuel.
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, deliverer and apparently a judge of Israel. He slew 600 Philistines with an ox goad.
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Abu Sneineh said that the occupation authorities deliberately close the mosque for Muslim worshipers entirely during the Jewish holidays, under the decisions of the "Shamgar"Israeli Committee , which was formed after the massacre of the Ibrahimi Mosque in 1994, and resulted in decisions to divide the mosque time and place for certain periods during the year.
At the request of Chief Justice Meir Shamgar, then the Military Advocate General, Professor Dinstein lectured on the law of war prior to the Six-Day War in 1967.
(50) Meir Shamgar, Issues Concerning Reproduction and Birth, 39 HAPRAKLIT, 21, 31 (1982) (in Hebrew).
(94.) Shamgar, Legal Concepts and Problems of the Israeli Military Government--The Initial State, in Military Government in the Territories Administered by Israel 1967-1980: The LEGAL Aspects 442 (1982), quoted in Robert A.
Meir Shamgar: 'A fundamental right cannot be denied or restricted
The first instance describes Shamgar son of Anath, who slew six hundred Philistines with an ox-goad (Judg.
Or is it the case, as Frolov often concludes, that the Sitz im Leben of many of the units is its Sitz in der Literatur, that is, with the possible exception of a few accounts--specifically, the notices of Shamgar (3:31) and the other minor judges (10:1-5, 12:8-15), the fable of 9:8-15, and the Samson narrative (13:2-16:31)--"Judges is a predominately authorial creation" (p.
In opposition, the secular Justice Shlomo Levin wrote, "The nature of a custom is that it changes according to the changing times, and within its limits should express a pluralistic and tolerant approach to the opinions and customs of others." The court's president, Justice Meir Shamgar, decisively expressed the WoW's rights: "Any person wishing to address one's creator with prayer shall be permitted to do so in their own style and way, provided that this does not constitute actual harm to the feelings of others." (30)
Later in the morning, a Nepalese woman was stabbed by a terrorist while she stood at a bus stop on Shamgar Street.
RAMALLAH, November 29, 2015 (WAFA) Israeli police and security forces Sunday closed Jaffa main Road to the west of Jerusalem, just after Israeli media sources reported on the injury of an Israeli female settler in an alleged stabbing attack by an unknown assailant on Shamgar street.
(73.) Meir Shamgar, Legal Concepts and Problems of the Israeli Military Government--The Initial Stage, in MILITARY GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES ADMINISTERED BY ISRAEL 1967-1980 13, 43 (Meir Shamgar ed., 1982).
(10) Meir Shamgar, "The Supreme Court of Israel: Present Trends and Concepts" (1985) 20:2-3 Isr LR 175 at 176-79; Aharon Barak, Purposive Interpretation in Law, translated by Sari Bashi (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005).