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  • proper noun Second-largest city of Belarus.

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  • noun industrial city of Belarus to the southeast of Minsk

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Examples

  • Yes, I think it would have been great had Gilad given thanks to God with the traditional Gomel blessing in a synagogue close to his home in Mitzpe Hila, but he is a free man in a democratic nation and can be thankful anyway he chooses.

    Rabbi Jason Miller: Gilad Shalit, Iran Hiker Josh Fattal And Freedom Of Religion

  • Yes, I think it would have been great had Gilad given thanks to God with the traditional Gomel blessing in a synagogue close to his home in Mitzpe Hila, but he is a free man in a democratic nation and can be thankful anyway he chooses.

    Rabbi Jason Miller: Gilad Shalit, Iran Hiker Josh Fattal And Freedom Of Religion

  • Nahari claimed that Shalit and his father should have utilized the first Saturday after he was freed from Hamas captivity to say the Gomel benediction of deliverance -- a Jewish prayer of thanks traditionally said by those who survived an adversity or were released from prison.

    Rabbi Jason Miller: Gilad Shalit, Iran Hiker Josh Fattal And Freedom Of Religion

  • Nahari claimed that Shalit and his father should have utilized the first Saturday after he was freed from Hamas captivity to say the Gomel benediction of deliverance -- a Jewish prayer of thanks traditionally said by those who survived an adversity or were released from prison.

    Rabbi Jason Miller: Gilad Shalit, Iran Hiker Josh Fattal And Freedom Of Religion

  • Mr. Foreman's story can be traced back to Gomel, Belarus, during the days of the Soviet Union.

    The Showdown After Sundown

  • Irina (Pevzner) Jacobson was born May 31, 1924, in Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Russia, to Dveiza Leya (later Yelizaveta) Gurevitch Pevzner, a 24-year-old bookkeeper from Gomel in Belorussia province, and David Pevzner, a 27-year-old civil engineer from Mogilev, Belorussia.

    Irina Jacobson.

  • Rosa Ginossar was born on July 14, 1890 in Gomel (Homel) in White Russia.

    Rosa Ginossar.

  • There, in 1909, she married Samuel (Shmaye) Dropkin, a Bund activist, originally from Homel (Gomel), Belarus.

    Celia Dropkin.

  • In Gomel, the family were tenant farmers, while in Calgary Judah taught Hebrew in the winter and worked as a farm laborer in the summer.

    Esther Shumiatcher-Hirschbein.

  • Shapiro escaped with false papers to Gomel, where the chief of police, a former Red Army officer, sent her to a German racial "specialist."

    Witnesses to Horror

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