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  • Interestingly enough, Athirat was also referred to as Elat, the feminine of El, and Elohim, being plural, may refer to “El and Elat,” who created humanity male and female in their own image (Genesis 1: 26-27).

    Yahweh

  • He had his troops massed along the Saudi border and in the absence of any resolute stand by the International community, In days his tanks could be parked on beaches overlooking the Red Sea and the city of Elat in Israel.

    Kerry Donor: Let's Give The Man Some Credit

  • She was one of the founders of the havurah Am ha-Yam, on Cape Cod, serving on its board of directors and in various other offices, and often teaches at Elat Chayyim, the Jewish renewal retreat in New York.

    Marge Piercy.

  • Trenches zigzagged across city parks and squares in the city of Elat on the Gulf of Aqaba.

    The Attack on the Liberty

  • But the greatest growth is scheduled for the Israeli port of Elat: expected to double or even triple in size, with as many as 20,000 hotel rooms by the end of the decade.

    The Paradise War Saved

  • Close to overcrowded Elat much of the coral already is dead.

    The Paradise War Saved

  • Also larger Middle Eastern markets have fresh zoulbia in the bakery section as well -- Elat Market in West LA definitely does, as does the awesome Wholesome Choice in Irvine beware though, you might end up spending hours inside Wholesome Choice!

    Pretend You're Persian This Hanukkah

  • Mecca deal politically averted Palestinian infighting, which could have been only averted otherwise by directing the Palestinian fire against a common enemy, a tactic that the latest attack in Elat could have been the first salvo.

    U.S. Diplomacy Misses Peace Opportunity in Jerusalem

  • I was responsible for planning, financing, and surveying for the destruction of buildings in the Israeli city of Elat by using airplanes leaving from Saudi Arabia.

    From the WSJ Opinion Archives

  • Born in Iran in 1948, he emigrated with his parents to Israel when he was 9 and settled in Elat, then a harsh desert outpost by the Red Sea.

    Point Man In A War Of Bloody Attrition

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