- a seaport in NW Israel.
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HAIFA, Israel — Over the past few days, the north of Israel caught fire.A New Intifada? Israel’s Arab Citizen Uprising Spreads
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Within days of the meeting the Haifa Arabs began streaming out of the city.
In the mixed city of Haifa, for example, the Jewish mayor Shabtai Levy met with Arab leaders just before the war broke out.
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Iron Dome anti-rocket batteries have been deployed in the northern regions of Safed, Amakim, and Haifa.Why Israel Is Concerned About Chemical Weapons, But Will Stay Out of Syria
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Don't you think this firing might bring the troops up from Haifa?A Desert Drama
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My arguments are also reproduced by Mr. L. Oliphant in Haifa.Palestine
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They were still confined to Acca in 1906 when I visited Haifa.
After a wearisome journey, she and her brother reached Haifa.
Haifa and Acre on the coast fell as fast as the Imperial cavalry could reach them.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
- a port in NW Israel, near Mount Carmel, on the Bay of Acre: Israel's chief port, with an oil refinery and other heavy industry. Pop: 269 400 (2003 est)
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