ZAHALZewa Hagana le Jisrael (Defense Army for Israel)
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When I came to Palestine," Begin recalled, "the Irgun had only 500 members, but at the proclamation of the State of Israel, we had grown to 10,000, with about 6,000 of our members in Zahal (Israeli Armed Forces)2'
The organization is authorized to represent, raise and collect funds for the Zahal Disabled Veterans Organization, which runs the Beit Halochem Centers in Israel and represents over 50,000 disabled Israeli veterans.
With the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, the Haganah was disbanded and reorganized as Zvah Haganah Leyisrael (Israel Defense Forces), also known by the Hebrew acronym, Zahal.
The foundation of Encyclopedia of Ukraine is Entskclopediia ukrainoznanstva, a reputable emigre publication that appeared after the Second World War and which itself was based on the earlier Ukrains' ka zahal na entsyklopediia, the first Ukrainian general alphabetical encyclopaedia.
OTCBB:BCLI), a leading developer of adult stem cell technologies and therapeutics, is pleased to announce that its chief medical advisor, Professor Eldad Melamed, was interviewed on November 9, 2009 on Israel's most popular radio broadcast, Galei Zahal.