1989 in Israel
Events in the year 1989 in Israel.
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Arutz HaYeladim
Arutz HaYeladim (Hebrew: ערוץ הילדים‎, The Kids' Channel) is an Israeli kids cable television channel. It was one of the first cable channels in Israel with Arutz HaMishpaha, Arutz HaSratim ...
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United Nations Security Council Resolution 639
United Nations Security Council resolution 639, adopted unanimously on 30 July 1989, after recalling previous resolutions on the topic, as well as studying the report by the Secretary-General on the U...
Mount Carmel forest fire (1989)
The Mount Carmel forest fire was a forest fire that occurred between 19 and 22 September 1989 on Mount Carmel in northern Israel and was one of the largest forest fires in Israel, the largest being th...
Mount Carmel forest fire (1989) - Wikipedia
Israel Council on Foreign Relations
The Israel Council on Foreign Relations (ICFR) is an independent, non-partisan forum for the study and debate of foreign policy issues, especially those relating to the State of Israel and the Jewish ...
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Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center
35°14′40″E / 31.78667°N 35.24444°E / 31.78667; 35.24444The Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center for Near Eastern Studies (often simply referred to as the BYU Jerusalem Ce...
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1989 in Israel
Events in the year 1989 in Israel.
1989 in Israel - Wikipedia
Pnai Plus
Pnai Plus (Hebrew: פנאי פלוס‎, lit. Leisure Plus) is an Israeli magazine published weekly, which covers the world of entertainment and television worldwide and is a local TV guide. Created i...
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Or HaGanuz
Or HaGanuz (Hebrew: אוֹר הַגָּנוּז, sometimes spelled Or Ganuz) is a Jewish village in the eastern Upper Galilee, about six kilometers northwest of the town of Safed. The Orthodox settlement was found...
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