anata


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anata

(ˈænətə) or

anatman

n
(Buddhism) (in Theravada Buddhism) the belief that since all things are constantly changing, there can be no such thing as a permanent, unchanging self: one of the three basic characteristics of existence. Sanskrit word: anatman Compare anicca, dukkha
[Pali, literally: no self]
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Sheren Alan, head of the administrative board of the Anata Cultural Center, said that the center targets Palestinian women who are caring for their families in light of the difficult economic conditions, as well as seeking to target young people in order to encourage them to concentrate in the fields of handicrafts.
Abu Eid's mother said there had been no trouble before her daughter left the family home, a tent in the Palestinian village Anata.
The discussions cover the Palestinian-populated districts of North Jerusalem - Shoafat, Hizme and Beit Hanina - and the two big refugee camps at Shoafat and Anata. Many of the recent terrorist attacks against Israelis were perpetrated in the last four months by dwellers of these sections of Jerusalem.
Nejati Industrial Group (Anata) and Dadash Baradar Co held first and second positions in the category respectively in 2014, each with a 19% value share, while Shirin Asal Co maintained third position with an 18% value share.
Clashes which had raged in Shuafat throughout Wednesday spread during the evening to other areas of annexed east Jerusalem, including Silwan, Issawiya, Ras al-Amud and Anata, an AFP correspondent said.
Jenin, Rajab 3, 1434, May 13, 2013, SPA - Israeli forces Monday arrested six Palestinians from the West Bank cities of Jenin, Nablus, and Al-Khalil, in addition to a 21-year-old from the town of Anata, northeast of Al-Quds city (Jerusalem), according to local and security sources.
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Medical sources at the complex said that most victims were from the occupied East Jerusalem's Anata area.
Es a partir del estado de 1717 cuando se concretan en un total de 7-8 epigrafes, que se mantiene de forma recurrente en los sucesivos estados y que corresponden a los siguientes conceptos: obras, pleitos, salarios, subsidios, media anata (impuesto pagado a Roma), ayudas de costa (gastos originados por los religiosos que prestan servicios al monasterio), pensiones (bajo este epigrafe se recogen gastos relativos a situados, pasantias, entradas de censo, alquileres de mulas, gastos del camino) y gasto ordinario.
TEL AVIV: One of the most significant events of my life took place in March 2005 in Anata, a Palestinian village north of Jerusalem.
Anyone familiar with Pramoedya Anata Toer's novels will easily recognise the provenance of these ideas.
The Jerusalem court found Israeli forces responsible for the death of Abir Aramin, 10, in the town of Anata, north of Jerusalem, in January 2007.