Abu Ghosh - definitie. Wat is Abu Ghosh
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Wat (wie) is Abu Ghosh - definitie

Abu-Gosh; Abu Gosh; Abu-Ghosh; History of AbuGhosh during Ottoman Empire; Kuryet el Enab; Kuryet el-'Enab; Kariat-al-'Anab
  • Harel Brigade training with Arabs of Abu Ghosh. 1948
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  • Photograph from Palmach Archive. Caption: "Abu Ghosh – a Jewish-Arab friendship" 1948
  • Xth Roman Legion, Fretensis]]
  • Abu Ghosh village in 1948-1951
  • "Turkish" coffee]] in Abu Ghosh

Arunadhati Santosh Ghosh         
Arundhati Ghosh; Arunadhati Ghosh
Arunadhati Ghosh (born 1960) is a former Test and One Day International cricketer who represented India. She played a total of eight Tests and 11 ODIs.
Nemai Ghosh (director)         
Nimai Ghosh
Nemai Ghosh, or Nimai Ghosh (1914–1988), was an Indian film director and cinematographer, best known for his film Chinnamul (1950).
Raman Ghosh         
Mr. Raman Ghosh
Romen Ghosh is an Indian sportsman who represented India in several badminton tournaments in the 1960s and 1970s. He was a member of the Indian badminton team, which won the 1975 Thomas Cup qualification by defeating Pakistan at Lahore.


Abu Ghosh

Abu Ghosh (Arabic: أبو غوش; Hebrew: אבו גוש) is an Arab-Israeli local council in Israel, located 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) west of Jerusalem on the Tel Aviv–Jerusalem highway. It is situated 610–720 meters above sea level. It takes its current name from the dominant clan inhabiting the town, while the older Arabic name used to be Qaryat al-'Inab (Arabic: قرية العنب, lit. 'Grape Village').

Uitspraakvoorbeelden voor Abu Ghosh
1. I pulled into the town of Abu Ghosh,
Voorbeelden uit tekstcorpus voor Abu Ghosh
1. Police evacuated guests from the hotel along with several houses in Abu Ghosh.
2. Six firefighter crews and one airplane succeeded in controlling the flames, which spread in the direction of Ma‘aleh Hachamisha, the village of Abu Ghosh and Kiryat Anavim.
3. The inquiry found there was no such open area around the school, and that the town of Abu Ghosh has no such protection either.
4. By Yoav Stern Rania Jerboa, a mother of three from the Arab–Israeli community of Ein Rafa near Abu Ghosh, lives in constant fear that she will be expelled back to her native city of Bethlehem.
5. A city official in late August spelled it out in a letter to the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI). Suheila Abu Ghosh, the assistant director of Manhi, the Jerusalem Education Administration, which belongs to the municipality and to the Education Ministry, wrote that "to our regret no places were found to absorb the 16 pupils who appear on the lists you enclosed with your letters, in grades two to eight." On official stationery of the municipality and the ministry, the person in charge of education admits there is no room in the schools for Jerusalem children who are legally entitled to compulsory education.