Hannah

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Hannah

(ˈhænə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the woman who gave birth to Samuel (I Samuel 1–2)
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"As I grew into a more mature feminism," she writes in the introduction of her new book, Chanah's Voice, "I knew that in order to embrace my Judaism fully and discover my Jewish soul, I had to take a much-overdue journey into the three 'women's' mitzvoth enumarted by the Mishnah: challah (religious laws around bread baking), nidah (menstruation rituals), and hadlakat ha-ner (Sabbath candle lighting)."
But by astonishing luck Lieb, his mother Chanah, brother David and sister Pesza, were included on Schindler's essential workers list for his munitions factory.
He particularly stressed the Irgun attack on a British train near Pardes Chanah, where a considerable stockpile of heavy weapons was captured, together with forty British soldiers and their commanding officer.
Margaret's huge family consists of Nathan, 22, Naomi, 21, Meggie, 20, Erin, 17, Miriam, 16, Jared, 14, Chanah, 13, Caleb, 11, Esther, nine, Mary-Charlotte, eight, Faith, six, and Saoirse-Murron, two.