The Jewish community of Palestine before the State of Israel.

Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament. . 2012.

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  • Yishuv — (en hebreo: ישוב‎, asentamiento) o Ha Yishuv (El Yishuv, הישוב, o el término completo הישוב היהודי בארץ ישראל Hayishuv Hayehudi b Eretz Yisrael ( Los asentamientos judíos en la Tierra de Israel ) es el termino en hebreo que se suele utilizar para …   Wikipedia Español

  • Yishuv — Aliyah to Israel and settlement …   Wikipedia

  • Yishuv —    The Hebrew word for the Jewish community in Palestine prior to the founding of Israel in 1948. At the outbreak of World War    II in September 1939, there were approximately 470,000 Jews in the Yishuv. In light of the refugee crisis in Europe… …   Historical dictionary of the Holocaust

  • Yishuv — Mit Jischuw (hebr.: ישוב; „bewohntes Land, Siedlung“) bezeichnet man die jüdische Bevölkerung in Palästina vor der Staatsgründung Israels. Der Begriff stammt aus der zionistischen Bewegung der 1880er und bezeichnete ursprünglich die Juden, die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Yishuv — (Settlement)    The Jewish community in Palestine in the period of the British mandate. It was an autonomous political body that gained valuable experience in political procedures and self rule. Apolitical elite developed, civil servants gained… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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  • Yishuv HaDa'at — Infobox Kibbutz kibbutz name = Yishuv HaDa at foundation = 2001 founded by = Nati Rom region = Samaria council = Mateh Binyamin industry = affiliation = website =Yishuv HaDa at ( he. ישוב הדעת, lit. Settled Mind ) is an Israeli settlement outpost …   Wikipedia

  • Old Yishuv — For the entire Jewish Yishuv, see Yishuv. Old Yishuv …   Wikipedia

  • ḤEREM HA-YISHUV — (Heb. חֵרֶם הַיִּשּׁוּב, ban on settlement ), the concept, takkanah, and institutions pertaining to the corporate right of regulating settlement in many communities which existed in certain countries in the Middle Ages and early modern times.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Aliyah and yishuv during World War I — Prior to and during the period of World War I, the area of Palestine was controlled by the Ottoman Empire. This regime imposed many harsh demands on the Jewish settlement, and was ended in 1918 when the British Mandate became valid.The… …   Wikipedia

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