The emigration of Jews from Israel

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  • Yerida — (hebrewterm|ירידה|yerida|descent) is the somewhat derogatory [cite book| last = Ben Moshe| first = Danny|authorlink =Danny Ben Moshe|coauthors = Zohar Segev|title = Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity|publisher = Sussex Academic Press|date …   Wikipedia

  • Yeridá — (ירידה, hebreo descenso ). Se usa alegóricamente para describir la emigración desde la tierra de Israel a la diáspora; y desde la fundación en 1948 del estado de Israel, denomina a la emigración desde dicho país. Es el antónimo del término aliyá… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Yerida — es un término hebreo que significa descenso . Se usa para designar la emigración desde la tierra de Israel (]]Eretz Israel]]), y, desde la fundación en 1948 del estado de Israel, la emigración desde dicho estado. Es el antónimo del término aliá ( …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Yerida —    Hebrew for going down. This refers to emigration from Israel. Yerida became a salient issue of public concern in the late 1970s and continued into the 1980s despite uncertainty as to its exact dimensions and the fact that during each of the… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Demographics of Israel — Further information: Israelis and Demographics of Palestine Total population (As of 2011) 7,798,600 Life expectancy at birth (As of 2008) Men – 79.1 Women – 83.0 Density 321 persons / km2. 91% urban population Distribution of the Jewish …   Wikipedia

  • Aliyah — For the singer, see Aaliyah. For other uses, see Aliyah (disambiguation). Aliyah to Israel and settlement …   Wikipedia

  • Israel — This article is about the modern country. For other uses, see Israel (disambiguation). State of Israel …   Wikipedia

  • Irgun — ארגון Irgun Irgun emblem. The map shows the British Mandate of Palestine, which the Irgun claimed in its entirety for a future Jewish state. The acronym Etzel is written above the map, and raq kach ( only thus ) is written below. Active …   Wikipedia

  • Menachem Begin — מנחם בגין 6th Prime Minister of Israel In office 21 June 1977 – 10 October 1983 Preceded by Yitzhak Rabin …   Wikipedia

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