BNEI

AcronymDefinition
BNEIBandai Namco Entertainment Inc. (Japanese video game development company)
BNEIBureau National des Élèves Ingénieurs (French: National Bureau of Engineering Students)
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The lowest economic tier includes 92 neighborhoods, located in various cities including Bnei Brak, Beit Shemesh, Jerusalem, Modi'in Illit, Safed, Rahat, Beitar Illit, Bat Yam, Lod, Ashdod, Elad, etc.
Shteinman's funeral is expected to be a huge event in Israel, with hundreds of thousands of grieving attendees swarming to Bnei Barak 6 the venue 6 to pay their respect on Tuesday 12 p.m.
A single twenty-five-year-old yeshivah student went to Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, a prominent hareidi decisor in Bnei Brak who receives thousands of visits every year from Jews seeking advice and blessings.
It said a routine patrol had asked some Palestinians for their identification cards, and when they said the cards were in Bnei Sakhnin's offices soldiers had entered the building to check their identities.
Hapoel will be smarting after their last away game - a 4-0 trouncing at this season's surprise package Bnei Sakhnin - and they need Etey Shechter to find his touch again in front of goal after going six without.
"I am very optimistic that within the next few weeks we will at last have a historic breakthrough which will allow the lost tribe of Bnei Menashe to return to Zion," Michael Freund, founder and chairman of Shavei Israel, a Jerusalem-based organisation that has been at the forefront of Bnei Menashe immigration to Israel, was quoted as saying.
But having overcome similar conditions in Israel two weeks ago when beating Bnei Yehuda, Rovers boss Michael O'Neill was not duly concerned by the elements last night.
Just a week after their second-round win over Israel's Bnei Yehuda, Shamrock Rovers have been rewarded with a clash against one of the biggest names in football.
Shamrock earned a crack at the Italian giants by knocking out Israeli side Bnei Yehuda in midweek.
BNEI Yehuda insist they are getting closer to top form ahead of their visit to Dublin.
<![CDATA[ Special academic conference at the Bar Ilan University marking 70 Years of Bnei Akiva Yeshivot and High Schools for Girls]]>
By Jonathan Cook - Nazareth Aa The Israeli government is reported to have quietly approved the fast-track immigration of 7,000 members of a supposedly "lost Jewish" tribe, known as the Bnei Menashe, currently living in a remote area of India.