Belkind, Israel

Belkind, Israel
   Zionist leader of Belorussian origin. He was a leader of the first Bilu group to go to Palestine in 1882. He founded the first Hebrew school in Jaffa in 1889 and an agricultural school for orphans of the first Kishinev pogroms. After World War I he established another agricultural school for orphans of the Ukrainian pogroms. He was the author of Hebrew, Yiddish and Russian textbooks on Jewish subjects.

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  • Israël Belkind — (ישראל בלקינד) (1861 1929) fut un éducateur, un écrivain et l un des fondateurs du mouvement Bilou. Sommaire 1 Biographie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Israel Belkind — (* 14. April 1861 in Logoisk nahe Minsk; † 1929 in Berlin) war Pädagoge und einer der Gründer von Bilu, einer jüdischen Bewegung zur Besiedlung Eretz Israels noch vor Einsetzen des politischen Zionismus …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Israel Shochat — (1886 1962) was a founder of and a key figure in Bar Giora and Hashomer, one of the precursors of the IDF. He was married to Manya Shochat. Biography Israel Shochat was born in 1886, in Liskova, Poland. As a child he had tutors for Hebrew and… …   Wikipedia

  • Israel — מדינת ישראל Medinat Jisra el (hebr.) دولة إسرائيل Daulat Isrāʾīl (arab.) Staat Israel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Rishon LeZion — Infobox Israel municipality name=Rishon LeZion imgsize=75 caption=Rishon LeZion s emblem imgsize3=280 caption3= hebname=Hebrew|רִאשׁוֹן לְצִיּוֹן arname= meaning=First to Zion founded=1882 type=city typefrom=1950 stdHeb= altOffSp=Rishon LeZiyyon… …   Wikipedia

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