Bat Yam


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Bat Yam

(ˈbɑt ˈyɑm)
n.
a city on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in W central Israel, S of Tel Aviv. 142,300.
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Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: Ao 1884 - tce rehabilitation works of 2 residences of 94 and 76 collective dwellings in occupied premises located at 1-3 rue jacques brel and at 4-6-8-10 rue bat yam, 69100 villeurbanne.
A Bat Yam resident who banged into a glass door in the lobby of an Eilat hotel is demanding that the hotel pay her compensation.
In the distance, beyond Old Jaffa, lie the bleached apartment blocks of Bat Yam, while passenger jets streak low above me to land on the airstrip at nearby Sde Dov airport.
GAZA, July 12 (KUNA) -- Ezz-Eddin Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas movement, carried out its earlier threat to Israel and fired six brand new J-80 rockets at Tel Aviv and Bat Yam Saturday night.
Shaked Harari, a 17 years old signatory from Bat Yam, said: "The army serves the people in power and not the civilians, who are only a tool.
Photographs from the scene, in the Tel Aviv suburb of Bat Yam, showed the blast blew out the vehicle's windows.
Amar was arrested and confessed to killing the soldier, whom he knew because they worked at the same restaurant in the coastal city of Bat Yam in central Israel, the agency said.
The two met at a Bat Yam restaurant where they both worked.
The suspect, a resident of the town of Qalqiliya, told security forces he led the soldier, with whom he worked with in a restaurant in Bat Yam, to his death.
The Foreign Ministry confirmed that Andre Chetekov from Bat Yam was detained upon arrival in the country, and said that it is making efforts to find out more details, Jerusalem post reported.
Bat Yam was very crowded and we always had to fight for space.
More graffiti was uncovered on Monday in Bat Yam, just south of Jaffa, where the words: "Death to Arabs" and "Rabbi (Meir) Kahane was right" daubed on the walls of two residential building, referring to a far-right activist who routinely called for Arabs to be expelled from Israel.