SAFAD


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SAFADSmall Arms for Air Defense (also seen as SAAD)
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For how is the planned expulsion and dispossession of Palestinian Bedouin different from that of the majority of Palestinians expelled from Haifa, 'Akka, Jaffa, Safad, Jerusalem or Beer al-Sabe' (to name only a few examples) in 1948?
Professor, Clinical Neuroscience & Population Genetics & Department of Neurology, Ziv Medical Center, Safad, Israel.
Meanwhile, the heavy rains caused rocks to fall in Safad area, North West of Fujairah city.
In Israel, by contrast, when the chief Rabbi of Safad exhorted Jews not to sell houses to Arabs, the Israeli legal system came down upon him like a ton of bricks.
In termenii actualei impartiri administrative, teritoriul evreiesc proiectat de Comisie ar cuprinde sub districtele Acra, Safad, Tiberias, Nazareth, Haiffa si o parte din subdistrictele Jenin-Tulkarum, Beisan, Jaffa si Ramla; teritoriul arab ar cuprinde sub districtele Nablous, Ramallah, Jericho, Hebron, Gaza, Beersheba si parte din subdistrictele Baisan, Jenin, Tulkarm, Jaffa, Rambla, Jerusalim si Bethlehem.
Syrian troops were closing in on Tiberias, and the Lebanese on Safad, the biggest city in the northern Galilee.
Mordechai's son Shmuel Eliyahu, the chief rabbi of Safad, elaborated on his father's comments, stating: "If they don't stop after we kill 100, then we must kill a thousand.
Most of the camp's inhabitants come from Galilee villages: Safad, Saffouri, Saasaa, Loubieh, Khalssa and Safsaf.
It took less than three hours to reach Safad, renamed Tsvat by Israel after 1948.
July 14 Haifa attacks with rockets landing 40 kilometers into Galilee in northern Israel in the settlements of Safad and Naharia.
Margaret Nassar, herself a refugee from Safad in northern Galilee.
They inscribe on the very page the diasporic experience of a people that was exiled in turn from Jerusalem, from Spain, and from the great cities of the Ottoman Empire such as Salonika, zmir, Safad, and stanbul.