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  • This tradition reads the word alon as the Greek word, meaning “another,” and “alon bakhut” as “another weeping.”

    Deborah 1: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • DeAngelo Hall is coasting on his name alon at this point.

    Blog updates

  • Ang indibidwal na mga ants sa kanilang sarili ay din programmed na may simpleng mga alituntunin na, sa konteksto ng mga kolonya ng mga laywan, magbigay ng maling haka-haka ng mga kumplikadong organisasyon, kapag sa katunayan namin ay observing ibang "alon" kababalaghan.

    ideonexus.com »2005» Abril

  • Ya'alon's job, as he describes it, is essentially to prepare policy options for government meetings dealing with vital diplomatic and security issues.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • And Ya'alon's voice isn't heard all that frequently on the radio, either.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • That journey led to the direct-speaking Ya'alon's transformation from land-for-peace advocate to Likud hawk.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • Moreover, Ya'alon's point about the example of Gaza is telling.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • I conclude, therefore, that Ya'alon's goal is not victory but another attempt at Oslo-style compromise and resolution.

    Daniel Pipes Columns

  • Renowned as a tough-minded commander, Ya'alon's legal problems stem from a decision in July 2002 to assassinate Salah Shehadeh, the commander of the military wing of Hamas, the hardline Islamic organisation that now controls Gaza.

    European Tribune

  • Ya'alon's comment brings the world closer to the Palestinians and the Arab world.

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