Ma'ariv


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Ma'ariv

(mɑɑˈriv; Yiddish ˈmɑɪriv)
n
(Judaism) Judaism the evening service
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Ma'ariv, the second-largest Hebrew newspaper, also launched an English website, and then shut it down after one year because of lack of revenues.
Hebrew intimidated me then; no matter how many verbs I mastered, there was an invisible wall of Israeliness between me and the articles about political parties and terrorist attacks that we haltingly translated from the newspaper Ma'ariv.
Ma'ariv Israeli newspaper on Thursday said that the Israeli ministry of foreign affairs has warned the European Union from carrying on with funding buildingprojects in the "C" West Bank, areas.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israel has appealed to Interpol not to implement a Monday ruling of a Turkish court that issued arrest warrants for four former Israeli military commanders on trial in absentia over the 2010 killing of nine Turks, Hebrew-language daily newspaper Ma'ariv reported.
The daily broadsheet, handed out for free at coffee shops, gas and bus stations, apartment complexes, supermarkets, hospitals and campuses, was a brash, direct challenge to Israel's paid mass-circulation Hebrew dailies--Yediot Ahronot, Ma'ariv and Haaretz.
The Israeli newspaper Ma'ariv was one of many Israeli publications to have a large section dedicated to "Obama in Israel," while publications including Ha'aretz and the Times of Israel had an active live blog, underscoring the country's fascination with the president and his trip, the report said.
The Hebrew daily Ma'ariv said the statue will be placed in a garden with a balcony for meditation that is being designed by Argentine architect Roberto Kahanov.
According to Ma'ariv, the difficult situation in Syria and the fear of the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood to power raise concern in Russia , which is Syria's closest ally in the region.
The Israeli Ma'ariv newspaper said that a team of experts from Jordan will examine the ramp's structure and decide if it endangers lives or not.
It is not impractical that the final goal is full control of the Ma'ariv group.
The owner of New Ma'ariv, Zaki Rakib, invested about USD15m to acquire a 30 per cent stake in the publisher, and also had the option of acquiring the company's debt to Bank Hapoalim.
Ma'ariv published a report under the title of "the Rejectionist Front".