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  • Hatikva 6 — (Hebrew: התקווה 6, English: Hope 6), is a young Israeli reggae band started in Ramat Hasharon, Israel. [ [ Hope 6 ] ] Hatikva 6 plays dancehall and roots styles with Hebrew, English, and French lyrics. While reggae …   Wikipedia

  • Hatikva — התקווה Hatikva Español: Esperanza Letra del Himno Nacional de Israel. Información general …   Wikipedia Español

  • HaTikva — Text der Nationalhymne Israels Hatikwah haTikwa (hebräisch התקווה die Hoffnung; auch Hatikva oder Hatikvah geschrieben) ist der Titel der Nationalhymne Israels. Schon seit 1897 ist sie die Hymne der zionistischen Bewegung. Mit der Gründung des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hatikva — Hatikvah הַתִּקְוָה (he) Hatikvah (he) L’Espoir …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hatikva — (The Hope)    Anthem of the Zionist Movement adopted at the first Zionist Congress in 1897 and the national anthem of the state of Israel. It expresses the hope and yearning of the Jew for the return to Zion. It was written by the Jewish poet… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Hatikva — n. Israel s national anthem …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Hatikva, Tel Aviv — Hatikva ( he. שכונת התקווה, Shkhunat Hatikva ) is a neighbourhood in south eastern Tel Aviv, Israel, long known as a working class area.The neighbourhood is home to the Bnei Yehuda football club, which played at the Hatikva Neighborhood Stadium… …   Wikipedia

  • Hatikva (political party) — Hatikva ( he. התקווה, lit. The Hope ) is a minor political party in Israel. A secular right party, [ [ cid=1195546683035 pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull Arye Eldad to head new secular Right… …   Wikipedia

  • Hatikva Neighborhood Stadium — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Hatikva Neighborhood Stadium אצטדיון שכונת התקווה location = 20 Kabir Street, Hatikva Quarter, Tel Aviv 67750 broke ground = 1936 opened = 1939 owner = operator = surface = Grass tenants = Beitar/Shimshon Tel Aviv… …   Wikipedia

  • Hatikva Quarter — The Hatikva Quarter (Hebrew: שכונת התקווה‎, Shkhunat Hatikva) is a neighbourhood in south eastern Tel Aviv, Israel, long known as a working class area. It was founded in 1930 and was merged into Tel Aviv following the 1948 Arab–Israeli War. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Hatikva (parti politique) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Hatikva (homonymie). Hatikva (hébreu : התקווה, litt. L espoir) est un parti politique israélien mineur. Parti laïc de droite[1], il est dirigé par Aryeh Eldad, et constitue l une des composantes de l… …   Wikipédia en Français

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