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Teman

(tē`mən), in the Bible, grandson of Esau and eponym of a tribe living in Edom, SE of the Dead Sea. A member of the tribe was known as a Temani or a Temanite.
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Some historic gems slated for restoration include 1886 Lumiere Brothers footage of daily life in Jerusalem and Jaffa; The Life of the Jews of Palestine, a 1913 documentary; footage of Winston Churchill's first visit to Jerusalem in 1921, and the unveiling of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Monument in 1948; My Father's House, a 1947 feature film by Herbert Kline; and The Hope, the first Israeli film in color focusing on integrating Yemenite Jews circa 1950.
In the first part of the 20th century, with the rise of racial conceptions and anti-Jewish politics, Jewish scholars were eager to deny that the Jews constituted a descent group--after all, did not Polish Jews look Polish, Yemenite Jews look Yemenite and Hungarian Jews look Hungarian?
Israeli governmental and non-governmental organizations organized the airlift of 50,000 Yemenite Jews to Israel.
Moshe Nachum, head of the World Federation of Yemenite Jews, claims his three-month-old niece, Ziona Kohlani, was kidnapped at Tel Aviv's Hadassah Medical Center.
The Jewish Agency says more than 51,000 Yemenite Jews have immigrated to Israel since the country was founded in 1948.
Yemenite Jews were recruited to Palestine as early as the 1890s in order to serve as migrant labor for Ashkenazi Jews and this would establish a pattern of racialized labor within Palestinian Jewish communities.
Al-Hayat al-Jadida said an Israeli Jewish organization threatened to take over three homes in Jerusalems Silwan neighborhood, under the claimed pretext that their ownership belongs to Yemenite Jews who lived there some 100 years ago.
This would, of course, label Yemenite Jews as heretics since they have a Torah scroll that differs from Ashkenazi texts in at least nine places.
which Egyptian and Yemenite Jews considered holy, (61)
There is tacit agreement that the only person responsible was the actual assassin: Yigal Amir, the son of Yemenite Jews, a former settler and a student of a religious university.
Almost the entire community immigrated to Israel between 1949 and 1950, when Israel airlifted 50,000 Yemenite Jews to the young nation in a mission named "Operation Magic Carpet.
You see, there are no Jewish Jews in the world; all of us have a hyphenated identity as French Jews, Yemenite Jews, etc.