OHEB

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OHEBOceans Habitat and Enhancement Branch (Canada)
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Oheb Shalom in Newark, NJ erected and dedicated its synagogue with Moorish Revival facade in 1884.
"Bulletin from the Confirmation Exercises of the Congregation Oheb Shalom, Eutaw Place Temple." Jewish Museum of Maryland.
Oheb received 27 favorable reviews from other medical professional, in the Doctor's Choice Awards program.
Following the death of Rabbi Benjamin Szold in 1902 there were a variety of reasons which drove Henrietta and her mother to move from Baltimore to New York City--the great grief she suffered, her connections to Schechter, the desire to study rabbinics and Bible, and the shabby treatment accorded Sophie Szoldby Oheb Shalom Congregation.
"With Residential Development Group's outstanding development track record, and the property's prime Prospect-Lefferts Garden location across form Kings County Hospital, we were able to run a highly competitive bidding process and negotiate below-market financing terms on behalf of the borrower in a constrained construction lending environment," said Oheb.
In 2010, the winning book was also an Egyptian book: Al-Nokta Soda (The Black Dot) written and illustrated by Walid Taher and published by Dar Shorouk while the winner of the first edition of the Award in 2009 was Ana Oheb written by Nabiha Mheidli, illustrated by Nadine Sidani and published by the Lebanon-based Dar Al-Hadaek.
Dar Al Hadaeq, a publishing house from Lebanon, was yesterday announced as the winner of the Dh1 million Etisalat Prize for Arab Children's Literature for its book, Ana Oheb, which means "I Love."
This transaction was negotiated by David Oheb and Brian Flax.
It was listed and sold by Betty Wong and Shahla Oheb of Daniel Gale Sothebys International Realty.
Al Ashmawi now joins the exclusive ranks of Etisalat Award-winning authors Walid Taher, who wrote and illustrated last year's winning title Al Noqta Al Sawda (The Black Dot), published by Egypt-based Dar El Shorouk, and Nabiha Muhaidali, who penned the 2009 winner Ana Oheb ("I Love"), which was illustrated by Nadeen Saidani and published by Dar Al Hadaek from Lebanon.
Its religious residents called Brownsville the "Jerusalem of America" and pointed with pride to its dozens of synagogues (the most prominent of which was Oheb Shalom, founded in 1889 by two minyanim that met in garment shops), to the Stone Avenue Talmud Torah, and to the Rabbi Chaim Berlin Yeshiva.
L to R: Daniel Belecen and David Oheb, Meridian Capital; Charles Baker, James Carpenter, and John Adams, New York Community Bank; Dov Jermias and Thomas Wayda, Meridian Capital