salah

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Noun1.salah - the second pillar of Islam is prayer; a prescribed liturgy performed five times a day (preferably in a mosque) and oriented toward Mecca
worship - the activity of worshipping
pillar of Islam - (Islam) one of the five religious obligations accepted by all Muslims
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Zilberman's publications include "'Kimat hayti meta, rak alohim shalach li at aliyaho hanavi': maamad, goof veminiyoot besipooray hayehen shel nashim mezrahiyot mevoogarot mebeersheva ("'I could have died, had God not sent me Elijah the Prophet': Class, Body and Sexuality in Life Stories of Two Elderly Mizrahiyot Women from Be'er Sheva," Jerusalem Studies in Jewish Folklore (2013) and "Eyun basipoor "Maase shekara im mlech shehefkid at goral mamlachto beyedeyhen shel bnotav" ("A Reading of the Israeli Folktale Archives (IFA) Narrative: 'The King Who Trusted His Kingdom unto his Daughters'," Koho shel Sipur (The Power of a Tale) (Ed.
SHALACH MANOT is the pen name of a writer whose story, "Pasha: Ruminations of David Aroughetti, " has appeared in Ladino in Sephardic Horizons and in English in Midstream.
The name that the poet gave the character, "Shylock," was one to arouse the hostility of everyone who knew what it meant, for "Shylock" is an almost exact transliteration of the Hebrew "shalach," a word that in the King James version of the Bible is rendered as "cormorant," and any bird of prey was in Elizabethan times a conventional symbol of a usurer.