Israel Lau - translation to german
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Israel Lau - translation to german

Israel Meir Lau; Yisroel Meir Lau; Yisrael Lau; ישראל מאיר לאו
  • Yisrael Meir Lau (8 years old) in the arms of Elazar Schiff, [[Buchenwald]] survivors at their arrival at [[Haifa]] on 15 July 1945
  • Rabbi Lau addresses<br/>the [[United Nations]].

Israel Lau      
Yisrael Lau, chief Ashkenazic rabbi in Israel
Yisrael Lau         
Yisrael Lau (aschkenasischer Oberrabbiner von Israel, Holocaust-Überlebender)
State of Israel         
  • U.S. newsreel on the trial of [[Adolf Eichmann]]
  • [[Ben Gurion International Airport]]
  • [[Shmuel Yosef Agnon]], laureate of the [[Nobel Prize in Literature]]
  • [[Immigration to Israel]] in the years 1948–2015. The two peaks were in 1949 and 1990.
  • The [[Diamond Exchange District]] in [[Ramat Gan]]
  • Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat at the signing ceremony of the [[Oslo Accords]] with then US President [[Bill Clinton]]
  • [[Shrine of the Book]], repository of the [[Dead Sea Scrolls]] in Jerusalem
  • Grandmaster]]
  • Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center]] at [[Bar-Ilan University]]
  • [[Ein Bokek]] resort on the shore of the [[Dead Sea]]
  • [[Shimon Peres]] (left) with [[Yitzhak Rabin]] (center) and King [[Hussein of Jordan]] (right), prior to signing the [[Israel–Jordan peace treaty]] in 1994
  • A meal including [[falafel]], [[hummus]], [[French fries]] and [[Israeli salad]]
  • No diplomatic relations}}
  • [[Mount Scopus]] Campus of the [[Hebrew University of Jerusalem]]
  • Political system of Israel
  • 1st-century Roman siege]]
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  • alt=Several dozen musicians in formal dress, holding their instruments, behind a conductor
  • [[Supreme Court of Israel]], Givat Ram, Jerusalem
  • [[Population pyramid]] of Israel
  • City of David]]
  • date=February 2023}}
  • Jews at the [[Western Wall]] in the 1870s
  • Judah]] in the 9th century BCE
  • [[Köppen climate classification]] map of Israel and the [[Golan Heights]]
  • Map of Israel showing the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and the Golan Heights
  • Matam]] high-tech park in Haifa
  • biblical archeologists]] translate a set of hieroglyphs as "Israel", the first instance of the name in the record.
  • The [[Knesset]] chamber, home to the Israeli parliament
  • under Oslo Accords]], in blue and red, in December 2011
  • 3rd-century [[Kfar Bar'am synagogue]] in the Galilee<ref>Judaism in late antiquity, Jacob Neusner, Bertold Spuler, Hady R Idris, Brill, 2001, p. 155</ref>
  • after the war}} The [[Sinai Peninsula]] was returned to Egypt in 1982.
  • The projections of the [[IPCC Sixth Assessment Report]] show clearly the impacts of climate change on Israel even at 2 degrees of warming.
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  • The [[First Zionist Congress]] (1897) in [[Basel]], Switzerland
  • UN Map]], "Palestine plan of partition with economic union"
  • alt=A large open area with people bounded by old stone walls. To the left is a mosque with large golden dome.
  • [[Maccabi Haifa F.C.]] fans at [[Sammy Ofer Stadium]] in the city of Haifa
  • Hebrew]], Arabic, and English
State of Israel; ISO 3166-1:IL; The state of Israel; Yisraél; Yisrael; Isreal; Israil; Yisra'el; Yisroeil; Israyl; Israel (country); ישראל; State of israel; יִשְׂרָאֵל; מְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל; Izrael (state); Medinat Yisrael; M'dinat Yisrael; ISRAEL; מדינת ישראל; Medīnat Yisrā'el; دولة إسرائيل; Dawlat Isrā'īl; Medinat Yisra'el; Israël; יִשְרָאֵל; Dawlat Isra'il; Name of Israel; Istrael; Medinat Israel; Isreael; İsrail; Modern Israel; Israeli state; Israeli (nation); Israel (nation); Etymology of Israel; Republic of Israel; Isræl; Israeli Republic; The State of Israel; إسرائيل; Ysrael; ISrael; State Of Israel; State Of israel; دَوْلَة إِسْرَائِيل
der Staat Israel (der jüdische Staat im Mittleren Osten)


Langage a Assignation Unique. A single assignment language for the LAU dataflow machine, Toulouse. ["Pipelining, Parallelism and Asynchronism in the LAU System", J.C. Syre et al, Proc 1977 Intl Conf Parallel Proc, pp. 87-92].


Yisrael Meir Lau

Yisrael Meir Lau (Hebrew: ישראל מאיר לאו; born 1 June 1937) served as the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, Israel, and chairman of Yad Vashem. He previously served as the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel from 1993 to 2003.