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Ben-Zvi

(bɛnˈzviː; Hebrew bɛnˈtsviː)
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(Biography) Itzhak (ˈjɪtsxak). 1884–1963, Israeli statesman; president (1952–63)
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Indeed Ben-Zvi makes numerous references to anticipated Israeli concessions, especially in connection with the Johnson Plan to settle the refugee problem.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin presented the previously unreleased letter, which was written to then president Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, at a ceremony to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
On the other hand, there were leaders of Hashomer (the Guardian) like David BenGurion and Itzhak Ben-Zvi, the future Prime-Minister and President of Israel, who had sided with the Ottomans at the start of the war.
Linda Ben-Zvi's essay, "Feminine Focus in Beckett," presages the book she later edited on the same topic by pointing to the gendered nature of key Beckettian themes and actions--waiting, self-fragmentation, and the like--and argues that, in a sense, all of Beckett's dramatis personae can be construed as feminine.
The Jerusalem-based Kedem Auction House has put up for sale an original typed protocol of two meetings between the Council of Torah Sages and Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and President Yitzchak Ben-Zvi, respectively.
Nava Ben-Zvi told Israel Hayom that "in the textbooks being written now, they will address the theory without hurting the feelings of the religious public.
The routes have been compiled by the Ben-Zvi Center and were narrated professionally.
The paper takes stronger ideological stands than the three leading print papers Ha'aretz, Ma'ariv and Yedioth and is owned by Shlomo Ben-Zvi, who also owns part of the Makor Rishon ('Primary Source') weekly.
"Rabbi Naftali Ben-Zvi, the head of the Wolozin yeshiva, wrote that a person weakening the hands of the commander must die, because he is endangering the entire nation," Aviner wrote.
(Gidon Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem Correspondent for the Algemeiner newspaper, is an accomplished writer who left behind Hollywood starlight for Jerusalem stone.
This year, the ceremony was dedicated to the memories of President Shimon Peres ?"?, President Yitzhak Ben-Zvi ?"?
Arieh wrote the book Settlement Changes in the Lower Eastern Galilee, 1800-1978, published by Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi. He also authored--in collaboration with Sara Rubin, the former director of the Climatology Department of the Israel Meteorological Servi ce--the Climatic Atlas for Physical Planning and Design in Israel.