Translation: from english

Return to Zion

  • 1 Return to Zion

    שיבת-ציון (החזרה מגלות בבל בימי עזרא ונחמיה; תנועת העליות הגדולות ארצה בימינו)
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    (ונימיב הצרא תולודגה תוילעה תעונת ;הימחנו ארזע ימיב לבב תולגמ הרזחה) ןויצ-תביש

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  • 2 Return to Zion

    de terugkeer naar Sion (terugkeer vanuit de Diaspora (verstrooiing) ten tijde van Nehemia en Ezra; elitebeweging die terugkeert naar Erets Israël)

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  • 3 Return to Zion

    återkomsten till Sion (judarnas återkomst från Babylon i Ezras och Nechemias tid; de stora immigrationsvågorna till Israel i modern tid)

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  • SHAVEI ZION — (Heb. שָׁבֵי צִיּוֹן; Those who Return to Zion ), moshav shittufi in northern Israel, in the Acre Plain, 2 mi.(3 km.) S. of Nahariyyah, affiliated with Ha Iḥud ha Ḥakla i. Shavei Zion was founded in 1938 by a group of German Jewish immigrants who …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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