Ma'ariv


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Ma'ariv

(mɑɑˈriv; Yiddish ˈmɑɪriv)
n
(Judaism) Judaism the evening service
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A young Jordanian recently discovered by accident that he is Jewish, and an Israeli organization is helping him secretly learn more about his roots, Ma'ariv reported on Wednesday.
Unlike any other day, where there are only three prayer services, (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/yom-kippur-photos-rituals-carried-out-ahead-day-atonement-1585837) Yom Kippur has five : Ma'ariv, Shacharit, Musaf, Mincha and Ne'ilah.
Referring to an article published in the Israeli newspaper of Ma'ariv, al-Quds reported in its main front page news item that a leader of the Zionist terrorist organization, the Palmach, that operated in the 1940s in Palestine revealed that Palmach militants committed a horrific massacre in 1948 in Ain al-Zaytun village, near Safad in the north of the country, cold-bloodedly slaughtering 56 Palestinians.
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. The Hebrew I knew from my own lifefrom the synagogue where I had become a weekly Torah reader at 12, or from my home where my mother's artwork was infused with calligraphic Hebrew phrases from the liturgyseemed to be something totally unrelated to "Hebrew." Until I read Agnon's "Fable of the Goat."
"Those who strive for tensions are the Iranians, who are trying to operate through proxies in order to carry out attacks against us," Ya'alon was quoted by the Ma'ariv news website as saying.
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.
Ma'ariv, another daily, sent a correspondent to a gun show in Philadelphia, where he wrote that he was faced with "more kinds of guns than the Israeli Defenses Force's armory."
Later in the week, the Israeli daily Ma'ariv cited insider information on a deadline of September 25, the eve of Yom Kippur and the opening of the UN General Assembly "for Obama to clearly state that the US will take military action".
Jerusalem Municipality councilman Meir Margalit, the initiator of the idea and fundraiser, said that the municipality will set up a statue and a mediation center in an area between Jabal Al-Mukaber and Jewish neighborhood of Armon HaNetsiv "to illustrate how to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict through peaceful means, as Gandhi would have wished." 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.