But the most interesting outgrowth of applying a modern-day assessment model to akeidat Yitshak
results when we look at this test from the perspective of assessment as learning.
(49.) In Proletpen, 142; original publication: Yitshak
Elhanan Rontsh, "Skotsboro," in Hungerike hent: liderunpoemes (New York: Farlag "Signal" bam "Proletpen," 1936), 52.
In addition to such single meanings, Balak has received more complex readings, as well, such as a combination of Yitshak
, the protagonist's sexual development, his naivete, and his self-delusion.
[Yitzhak] Arad, "The Holocaust as Reflected in the Soviet Russian Language Newspapers in the Years 1941-1945," in Why Didn't the Press Shout?American and International Journalism during the Holocaust: A Collection of Papers Originally Presented at an International Conference Sponsored by the Elia and Diana Zborowski Professorial Chair in Interdisciplinary Holocaust Studies, Yeshiva University, October 1995, ed.
But I was not just searching for articles by "Yitshak
Bashevis Zinger"; I learned that during the last third of his life, Singer wrote under three names: "D.
Comparisons with the death of Yitshak
Rabin last year are telling.
In their report, Maariv newspaper claimed that the old location of Mesut Yitshak
settlement outpost has been a Jewish property even before the establishment of the state of Israel, through the so-called Jewish National Fund.
(1.) I heard a similar account from Rabbi Levi Yitshak
Halperin about IVF as well.
Zohar, a professor at Penn State University, has made seminal contributions in research, education, and service to the mechanical engineering profession.
Wiesel has frequently explained in his writings and interviews how his use of 'holocaust' derives from an analogy between the sacrifice of Isaac (in Hebrew 'Akedat Yitshak
', 'the binding of Isaac') and the destruction of the Jews.
A deal would need to win the backing of Israeli Shaked and Yitshak
founding families, who control a combined 61% in 888.
(17.) This term is borrowed from Yitshak
Heinemann, Darkei ha-Aggadah (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1954) [Hebrew].