OROT

AcronymDefinition
OROTOpolska Regionalna Organizacja Turystyczna (Polish: Opole Regional Tourist Organization)
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Zvi Yehudah's role in editing Orot, has argued that his editing of this passage reflects his efforts to "minimize positive statements [of R.
<![CDATA[ Orot College conference will tackle burning issues such as special-needs children in religious families and the importance of a father-figure.<br/>]]>
Nabil Abu Rdaina, a spokesman for Abbas, said the project, adjacent to the long-standing Beit Orot seminary, "proves Israel is trying to undermine Arab and international efforts aimed at saving the peace process." Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has said he will not resume talks with Israel, suspended for the past year, until it halts all settlement activity in line with a 2003 peace plan in which the Palestinians pledged to rein in militants.
Sivan (Jerusalem: Tal Orot Institute, 1995); Leon Wieseltier, Kaddish (New York: Knopf, 1998).
Sheikh Jarrah is a telling test case: The houses in question in this neighborhood are situated only a few hundred meters from the Shepherd Hotel, the same building about which the prime minister said that it is unthinkable that a Jew cannot be allowed to purchase a house in Jerusalem, which is itself a stone's throw away from what is called "the Glassman compound" -- one of the recent purchases by the settlers in the neighborhood and close to the Mufti's Vineyard, Emek Tsurim and Beit Orot -- all settler projects that surround the neighborhood.
Outsourcing: The single largest program operant in Israel is Mehalev (revised and renamed Orot L'Taasuka), based on US welfare-to-work models.
Since July 2007, Orot La-Ta-asuka, the present version of the welfare reform, has published monthly reports about program participants, including the number of persons referred to the employment centers, the number of job placements, the type of position (full or part time), the type of job, and the average wage.
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, "Hakham Adif MiNavi," in Orot (Hebrew) (Jerusalem: Mossad Harav Kook, 1963), pp.
The teacher at the Orot Religious School reportedly held the outdoor book burning in early December after a student at the school received a copy of the New Testament from a Christian missionary.
Tours like Kedem, run by the orthodox Jewish Beit Orot yeshiva (seminary), and Heartland visit sites more likely to make news headlines than the covers of travel brochures.
His colleagues are Jacinta Kapiyo, Stephen Orot, Edward Kochung, Nashon Aluoka, and Jane Oyare.
The promenade would reportedly link the two settlement outposts of "Beit Orot" and "Beit HaHoshen" in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of al-Tur.