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ISAAC

Acronym for International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood. The study reported its findings, in over 400,000 children in 56 countries, in April, 1998.
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On that day, the Irgun and Stern Gangs, led by Menahem Begin and Yitzhaq Shamir (both of whom later were elected prime minister of Israel) massacred 245 Palestinians in the village of Deir Yassin, near Jerusalem.
(2) See BBC, The Fifty Years War: Israel and the Arabs, 15 March 1998 (documentary); Yitzhaq Ben-Ami, Years of Wrath, Days of Glory (New York, 1983), 216; Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre, O Jerusalem!
In his excellent book on Rabbi Levi Yitzhaq of Berditchev (1740-1810), Samuel Dresner cites the "Kaddish of Levi Yitzhaq" which mixes vernacular Yiddish and liturgical Aramaic: [1]