JISH

AcronymDefinition
JISHJeddah Institute for Speech and Hearing (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)
JISHJefferson Island Storage and Hub, LLC (Louisiana)
JISHJobs in Senior Healthcare
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Most of Biram's former residents settled in Jish, with the remainder spread out over other parts of Galilee and some going back to Lebanon.
Jish village was razed by Israel in 1953, nearly five years after the authorities of the then six-month-old Jewish state evacuated its 1,050 residents in November 1948.
See, e.g., Tangshi jish [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] by Ji Yougong [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (fl.
(265.) See, e.g., CHARLOTTE FRISBIE, NAVAJO MEDICINE BUNDLES OR JISH: ACQUISITION, TRANSMISSION, AND DISPOSITION IN THE PAST AND PRESENT (1987); PETER J.
The shot killed Fatima Abu Jish, who was in a backseat of her brother-in-law's car, riding home from her job as a hospital secretary in the West Bank city of Nablus.
Winners included Charandeep Khela, Davinder Athwal, Jish Ram, Mitch Ram, Jag Purewal, Kyle Lynch, Jas Purewal, Parminder Singh, Rajah Khan, Jonaid Farid, Ricky and Ryan Dewitt, Ryan Townsley and Kully Bahia.
Bear paws, for example, are used to make the medicine bag or jish used by medicinemen who practice the Mountainway ceremony which will be discussed in the next section of this article.
Inside this jish, this oblong bag, Talking God had placed feathers, stones, pollens, herbs, colors, and songs.
They would do well to recall the Jewish terrorist bombings of Arab marketplaces in 1938, the bombing of the King David hotel in 1946, the massacres of Deir Yassin, Illut, Kafr Manda, Saliha, Jish, Safsaf, Hula and other places in 1948, the ethnic cleansing of Lyd and Ramla in 1948, the mass killings in Gaza in 1957, the massacre of Egyptian prisoners in 1956 and 1967, the bombing of an Egyptian children's school at Bahr Al Baqar in 1970, the shooting down of a Libyan civilian aircraft in 1973, the bombing of Beirut in 1981, the complicity in the Sabra and Shatila massacres of 1982, the killings at Qana in 1996, and the repeated assaults on Gaza since 2005.
The two-year-old from the village of Jish became Israel's first Aramean citizen this week.
Efforts to teach and revive the Aramaic language are taking place in the Palestinian village of Beit Jala and in the Arab-Israeli village of Jish, AP reported.
Since the Hizbullah missile offensive began in mid-July, dozens of Katyushas have landed in Arab villages including Maid al-Krum, Fasuta, Sasa, Horfesh and Jish. In addition, an unknown number of Arabs have been hurt in the mixed Arab-Jewish city of Haifa, which has seen some of the worst damage so far.