Nahum

[ney-huh m]
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Contemporary Examples of nahum

  • In recent months, prestigious, mainstream Israelis like Yediot Ahronot columnist Nahum Barnea have predicted exactly this.

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    Romney’s Shameful Views on Palestine

    Peter Beinart

    September 19, 2012

  • In recent months, prestigious, mainstream Israelis like Yediot Ahronot columnist Nahum Barnea have predicted exactly this.

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    Romney’s Shameful Views On Palestine

    Peter Beinart

    September 19, 2012

  • And Nahum Segal, among others, encouraged the purchase of all Israeli products—in Green Line Israel and beyond.

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    A Concert of Kahanists

    Elisheva Goldberg

    June 4, 2012

Historical Examples of nahum


British Dictionary definitions for nahum

Nahum

noun Old Testament
  1. a Hebrew prophet of the 7th century bc
  2. the book containing his oracles
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