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Jael

(ˈdʒeɪəl)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the woman who killed Sisera when he took refuge in her tent (Judges 4:17–21)
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"I didn't know Yael until she called me one day and said, 'I've written a children's book in rhyme, and I want to send it to you so you can give me your opinion.' Because I get a lot of requests like that, I considered telling her I couldn't do that, but then I asked her, 'What's the book about?' She answered: 'About pluralism in families -- about how there are all kinds of families, not just mom-dad-kids.'
Yael had come to Dallas (a Jewish community on the rise!
Yael's Fresh Blood: A Consideration of Belonging (Canada, 1996) are cinematic examples of films that construct and deconstruct the nationalist conceptions of a dialectic between Arab and Jew from outside of Israel.
Yael Avi-Yonah was born in Jerusalem and graduated from the Bezalel Academy of Art.
Born in 1917, she died in Fort Worth, Texas, in 2003, while cooperating with Yael Tatuar Lewin on this unusual book.
Yael travels back to Israel, the land of her birth, seeking to answer a question that's haunted her since she landed in Canada at age seven: Who would I have been had I stayed?
I would say that Rebekah also took on "an uncharacteristic, assertive, decidedly non-feminine" role in her part in this deception, though Deborah and Yael's actions are in a totally different category.
It's been a labour of love for food consultant Yael Mejia, who explains: "I arrived here two years ago to set up Baker & Spice for the owners and I wanted to work here like I worked in London, to concentrate on local, fresh produce.
In A Film Unfinished, director Yael Hersonski publicly airs this new footage for the first time--and reveals that the images the world has for decades associated with the Warsaw ghetto were staged.