mashiach


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mashiach

(məˈʃiɑx)
n
(Judaism) Judaism the messiah
[Hebrew, literally: anointed; compare Messiah]
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Nissim Mashiach, President and Chief Executive Officer, MacroCure - Mr.
In the midst of daily violence, Tzafrir is offering a haven of peace at his hummus bar, and the Mashiach Rael wanted to acknowledge that by awarding Tzafrir the Honorary Guide for Humanity title.
Barash J, Mashiach E, Navon-Elkan P, Berkun Y, Harel L, Tauber T, et al.
His books include "Two Anointed Ones in the Tanakh, Bible and Qur'an: Revealing the Mashiach, Messiah and UMMI", "End Times 5775", "New World Order of One", "One World Religion: Guide to Money & Prosperity", "My Future Mother", "Secrets of God", "7 Day Bodhi", and others.
Hussein K, Sprecher H, Mashiach T, Oren I, Kassis I, Finkelstein R.
Michal Mashiach, PhD, is a lecturer, Department of Nursing and Department of Health Systems Management.
For Christians, it seems to me, this is, of course, quite obvious, though the negative history of our past 2,000-year relationship has been predicated upon a continuing Jewish obduracy, that is, our seeming and supposed Jewish inability both to see his reality within the Hebrew Bible and to accept him as the long-sought-for and long-awaited Jewish mashiach (messiah) of our Jewish religious tradition.
Jews of faith, practice and erudition are aware it's only a matter of time before Mashiach is revealed
In this context, I mention a few of the authors and works in Israeli theater of the 1980s: Shmuel HaSfari's Tashmad (1982), in which a group of extremist settlers barricades itself in an explosives shed in the middle of the West Bank (Samaria) on the eve of the fast of Tisha B'Av which commemorates the destruction of the ancient Jewish Temple; Moti Lerner's Havlei Mashiach (1987) (The Birthpangs of the Messiah), a play that ends when one of the characters bombs the Temple Mount mosques in Jerusalem thus inciting a total regional war; Yehoshua Sobol's Syndrome Yerushalaim (1988) (Jerusalem Syndrome), named after a psychiatric syndrome in which a person feels he/she is endowed with divine and Messianic powers and the ability to redeem the world.
TENNIS: Glasgow's Jamie Baker crushed local qualifier Almog Mashiach 6-1 6-4 in the first round of the Ramat Hasharon Futures event in Israel.
Cohen-Dayag A, Tur-Kaspa I, Dor J, Mashiach S, Eisenbach M.