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Synonyms for Israelites

the ethnic group claiming descent from Abraham and Isaac (especially from Isaac's son Jacob)

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The rally was opened by former Israeli MP Sharon Gal, who said: "Elor our brother, we are confident that as you sit in prison, you see the nation of Israel behind you, the nation of Israel with you and not abandoning you.
8220;This book helps to make up for the lack of comprehensive education in the area of the Nation of Israel and especially the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel,” says Constance.
for the benefit of the nation of Israel or any other nation in that part of the world is certainly not in America's interests.
The region that includes the nation of Israel and a possible future country of Palestine--a land claimed by two peoples
In a parallel vein, Balaam sets out to curse the nation of Israel but instead blesses them multiple times.
A sign on one settler's house read: "Knock on the door and you are a direct partner in the most terrible crime in the history of the nation of Israel.
Never again should nations, particularly those of Europe, shun the nation of Israel during a new wave of anti-Semitism.
The Old Testament account tells how the nation of Israel was formed in an act of liberation as the children of Abraham were led out of bondage in Egypt.
As for the Palestinians themselves, various factions among them have shown over and over again that they will settle for nothing less than a complete surrender of all lands the Israelis now hold-in short, a complete dissolution of the nation of Israel as we know it--and that their suicide missions will continue until this end is achieved.
The latest Jewish historical docu produced by Oscar-winner Rabbi Marvin Hier ("The Long Way Home"), "In Search of Peace -- Part One: 1948-1967 is a sprawling, exhaustive account of the first two decades of the nation of Israel and the ensuing Arab-Israeli peace conflict.
The establishment of the nation of Israel in 1948 led many who espouse dispensational premillennialism to believe that the end times are near.
Today, the nation of Israel is challenged by deep divisions within.
In the book of Exodus, God said to Moses, at the birth of the nation of Israel, "I am the One who will be there with you--in my fashion.
Dismissed at times as shallow, he nevertheless could and did deal with serious subjects, most notably the famed "Four Freedoms" series during World War 11 and his post-Post paintings of the newly formed nation of Israel.
Israel has every right to defend itself against terrorist organizations that have vowed to eliminate the nation of Israel.