Yemenite Jews
Yemenite Jews (Hebrew: יהודי תימן‎ Yehudei teiman; Arabic: اليهود اليمنيين‎) are those Jews who live, or lived, in Yemen. The term may also refer to the descendants of the Yemenite Jew...
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Raydah
Raydah is a large market town located 11 miles north of Amran, northwestern Yemen. In previous years, before most Yemeni Jews emigrated, the Suq al-ahud or Jewish market was held here. As of 2009, th...
Im Nin'alu
"Im Nin'alu" (אם ננעלו) is a Hebrew poem by 17th-century Rabbi Shalom Shabazi (Hebrew: שלום שבזי‎). It has been set to music and sung by Israeli singer Ofra Haza and others. The poem opens w...
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Operation Magic Carpet (Yemen)
Operation Magic Carpet is a widely known nickname for Operation On Wings of Eagles (Hebrew: כנפי נשרים‎, Kanfei Nesharim), an operation between June 1949 and September 1950 that brought 49,000 Y...
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Chabashim
Chabashim may refer to:
Galbi (song)
"Galbi"(Hebrew: גלבי, Arabic: قلبي) is an Arabic] Musical poem by Aharon Amram Yemenite that was sung by Israeli Yemenite singer Ofra Haza and others. The 1988 remix of the song, taken from the album ...
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Yemenite Jews in Israel
Yemenite Jews in Israel, living within the state of Israel and numbering around 350,000. Between June 1949 and September 1950, the overwhelming majority of Yemen's Jewish population was transported to...
Jewish Sharab
Jewish Sharab (Arabic: اليهود من شراب والسلام‎, Al- Yahud al- Sharab as' Salam) is an ancient Jewish quarter in the city of Taiz, Taiz Governorate, Yemen established around 130 CE and disma...
Habbani Jews
The Habbani Jews (Hebrew: חַבָאנִים, Standard: Habbanim) are a Jewish tribal group of Yemenite Jews from the Habban region in eastern Yemen (in modern Shabwah Governorate). The city of Habban had a Je...
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Solomon Adeni
Solomon ben Joshua Adeni (Hebrew: שלמה בן יהושע) or Shelomo bar Joshua Adeni (1567-1625) was a Mizrahi Jewish author and Talmudist, who lived during the first half of the 17th century at Sana'a and A...
Judeo-Yemeni Arabic
Judeo-Yemeni Arabic (also known as Judeo-Yemeni, Yemenite Judeo-Arabic) is a variety of Arabic spoken by Jews living or formerly living in Yemen. 50,000 speakers now live in Israel, 1,000 remain in Ye...
Jewish exodus from Arab and Muslim lands
The Jewish exodus from Arab and Muslim countries or Jewish exodus from Arab countries (Hebrew: יציאת יהודים ממדינות ערב‎, Yetziat yehudim mi-medinot Arav; Arabic: هجرة اليهود من الدول العربي...
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History of the Jews in Aden
The history of the Jews in Aden, Yemen, are mainly those Jews who were born in, or whose recent ancestors lived, in Aden, on the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula, bordering in Hadramaut—akin to ...
History of the Jews in Aden - Wikipedia
1947 Aden pogrom
The 1947 Aden riots was one of the most violent attacks on Mizrahi Jewish communities in the Middle East in modern times, resulting in at least 82 Jews murdered and a wide scale devastation of the loc...
Yemenite Hebrew
Yemenite Hebrew (Hebrew: עִבְֿרִיתֿ תֵּימָנִיתֿ ‘iḇrīṯ tēmānīṯ, Arabic: العبرية اليمنية‎ al-‘ibriyyah al-yamaniyyah), also referred to as Temani Hebrew, is the pronunciation system for Bibli...
Sena, Yemen
Sena (Arabic), sometimes spelled Senna, Sanaw or Sanāw (the latter three names also Arabic), is an abandoned ancient town in Yemen located in the remote eastern Hadramaut valley. This village is dist...
Husan Sharif
Husan Sharif was the last chieftain of the Zottis, and descendant of legendary Zotti Geddi Sharif.
Second Aliyah
The Second Aliyah was an important and highly influential aliyah that took place between 1904 and 1914, during which approximately 20,000 Jews immigrated into Ottoman Palestine, mostly from the Russia...
First Aliyah
The First Aliyah (also The Farmers' Aliyah) was the first modern widespread wave of Zionist aliyah. Jews who migrated to Ottoman Palestine in this wave came mostly from Eastern Europe and from Yemen. ...
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Dor Daim
The Dardaim or Dor daim (דרדעים), are adherents of the Dor Deah movement in Orthodox Judaism . (דור דעה; Hebrew: "generation of knowledge", an allusion to the Israelites who witnessed the Exodus.) T...
1948 Palestinian exodus
The 1948 Palestinian exodus, also known as the Nakba (Arabic: النكبة‎, al-Nakbah, lit. "disaster", "catastrophe", or "cataclysm"), occurred when more than 700,000 Palestinian Arabs fled or w...
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Giv'on HaHadasha
Giv'on HaHadashah (Hebrew: גִּבְעוֹן הַחֲדָשָׁה, lit. New Gibeon) is an Israel settlement northwest of Jerusalem in the West Bank. It's located near Jerusalem's Ramot neighborhood and adjacent to Giv'...
Shukr Kuhayl I
Shukr ben Salim Kuhayl I (?–1865), also known as Mari (Master) Shukr Kuhayl I (Hebrew: מרי שכר כחיל), was a Yemenite messianic claimant of the 19th century. He initially revealed himself in San‘a’ in ...
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