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Israel in English
country in southwestern Asia at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea; people of Israel, Jewish people; name given to Jacob after he wrestled with the angel (Biblical)

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Israel in Greek
ισραήλ

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Israel in Chinese (s)
以色列

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Israel in Chinese (t)
以色列

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Israel in Arabic
إسرائيل

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Israel in Spanish
Israel

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Israel in Russian
Израиль [геогр.]

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Israel in Dutch
Israel

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Israel in Portuguese
Israel, país no sudoeste da Ásia no leste do Mar Mediterrâneo; povo de Israel, povo judeu; nome dado a Jacó após ter lutado com um anjo (Bíblico)

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Israel in Turkish
İsrail peygamberi yakub'un lâkabı, İsrail

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Israel in Italian
(Geog) Israele

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Israel in French
Israël, pays d'Asie (hémisphère Nord) situé sur la côte orientale de la Méditerranée; peuple d'Israël, peuple Juif; prénom masculin (Biblique); nom donné à Jacob après sa lutte avec l'ange (Ancien Testament, Bible).

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Israel in German
Israel, Staat im Nahen Osten; israelische Volk; jüdische Volk; Name Jakobs nach den Kampf mit dem Engel (Altes Testament)

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Israel in Japanese
イスラエル, 地中海の東のアジア南西部にある国; イスラエル人, ユダヤ人; ヤコブが天使と戦った後に与えられた名前(聖書)

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Israel in Hebrew
ישראל

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Israel in Korean
이스라엘, 지중해변의 서남아시아에 있는 나라; 이스라엘 사람, 유대인; 천사와의 싸움 후에 야곱이 받은 이름 (성경)

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Israel in Swedish
Israel

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Israel in English
Israel Yisra'el (Hebrew) [from yashar upright, straight, righteous + 'el a divinity] The national designation of the Jews, principally applied in Jewish history to the northern kingdom as distinct from Judah; later it referred to the Jews as a religious community united under the national god Jehovah. The name was assigned to Jacob (Genesis 32:28), who was regarded as the parent of the twelve tribes.
The original significance of Israel is, in the singular, an upright, righteous man, who strives for union with his inner god; hence an initiate. The Jews applied this term in reverential yearning to themselves, with a special application to the noblest Hebrews among them; but the term abstractly is as applicable to the righteous ones or initiates of any country.


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IL
** IL
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new Israeli shekel (ILS); note - NIS is the currency abbreviation; ILS is the International Organization for Standarization (ISO) code for the NIS

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israel
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1. jewish republic in southwestern asia at eastern end of mediterranean; formerly part of palestine [syn: israel, state of israel, yisrael, zion, sion]


2. an ancient kingdom of the hebrew tribes at the southeastern end of the mediterranean sea; founded by saul around 1025 bc and destroyed by the assyrians in 721 bc [syn: israel]


israel
the name conferred on jacob after the great prayer-struggle at peniel (gen. 32:28), because "as a prince he had power with god and prevailed." (see jacob.) this is the common name given to jacob's descendants. the whole people of the twelve tribes are called "israelites," the "children of israel" (josh. 3:17; 7:25; judg. 8:27; jer. 3:21), and the "house of israel" (ex. 16:31; 40:38). this name israel is sometimes used emphatically for the true israel (ps. 73:1: isa. 45:17; 49:3; john 1:47; rom. 9:6; 11:26). after the death of saul the ten tribes arrogated to themselves this name, as if they were the whole nation (2 sam. 2:9, 10, 17, 28; 3:10, 17; 19:40-43), and the kings of the ten tribes were called "kings of israel," while the kings of the two tribes were called "kings of judah." after the exile the name israel was assumed as designating the entire nation.
israel
who prevails with god

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 israel baline 
 state of israel 
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 israel, kingdom of 

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(the prince that prevails with God).
→ The name given, (Genesis 32:28) to Jacob after his wrestling with the angel, (Hosea 12:4) at Peniel. Gesenius interprets Israel "soldier of God."
→ It became the national name of the twelve tribes collectively. They are so called in (Exodus 3:16) and afterward.
→ It is used in a narrower sense, excluding Judah, in (1 Samuel 11:8; 2 Samuel 20:1; 1 Kings 12:16) Thenceforth it was assumed and accepted as the name of the northern kingdom.
→ After the Babylonian captivity, the returned exiles resumed the name Israel as the designation of their nation. The name Israel is also used to denote lay-men, as distinguished from priests, Levites and other ministers. (Ezra 6:16; 9:1; 10:25; Nehemiah 11:3) etc.
  

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IL

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Israel , officially the State of Israel (, , ; , , ), is a country in Western Asia, on the south-eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It shares land borders with Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan on the east, the Palestinian territories (or State of Palestine) comprising the West Bank and Gaza Strip on the east and southwest respectively, Egypt and the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea to the south, and it contains geographically diverse features within its relatively small area. In its Basic Laws Israel defines itself as a Jewish and Democratic State; it is the world's only Jewish-majority state.

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Noun
1. Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine
(synonym) State of Israel, Yisrael, Zion, Sion
(hypernym) country, state, land
(part-holonym) Middle East, Mideast, Near East
(member-meronym) Israeli
(part-meronym) Acre, Akko, Akka, Accho
(class) kibbutz
(class) al-Fatah, Fatah, al-Asifa
2. an ancient kingdom of the Hebrew tribes at the southeastern end of the Mediterranean Sea; founded by Saul around 1025 BC and destroyed by the Assyrians in 721 BC
(hypernym) kingdom
(part-holonym) Middle East, Mideast, Near East
(member-meronym) Israelite


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Celtic & Israel

Birthdate: April 2, 1972
Birthplace: Haifa, Israel
Height: 179 cms
Weight: 74 kgs
Position: Midfielder
International: 20 caps, 4 goals (as of June 29, 2000)
World Cups: 0
Previous Clubs: Maccabi Haifa, Southampton, West Ham United
Transfer Fee: $9.50 Millions of Dollars
Israeli international midfielder who moved to Celtic from West Ham for a club record 5.75 million pounds during the '98-99 off-season. Says Berkovic: "My ambition is to help Celtic win the Championship next season, qualify for the Champions League and to do well in Europe. I am very pleased to have joined Celtic at such an exciting time. It is a great club with a tremendous track record and I am looking forward to being part of its future success." Had a controversial final season with West Ham. Team mate John Hartson kicked Berkovic in the head during a training session in September as the Israeli knelt on the ground following a tough tackle. At the time, Berkovic said he was considering his future at the club but he later made his peace with Hartson, who subsequently left the club for Wimbledon.


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      sailer

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Iosrael

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Country Code-972

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N M
Israel/Jacob; Israelites| decendents of Israel; people of God

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972

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who prevails with God
  

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IL (Internet),
IL (ISO 3166),
ISR (ISO 3166),
IS (FIPS 10-4)

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(1) As a place, see Palestine. (2) Israel was the name of the Jews, God's chosen people. Early Christian theology believed that the church, that is the body of all Christians, replaced the Jews as Israel, as God's chosen people. This first articulated explicitly by Paul in his letter to the Romans.

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Background
Following World War II, the British withdrew from their mandate of Palestine, and the UN partitioned the area into Arab and Jewish states, an arrangement rejected by the Arabs. Subsequently, the Israelis defeated the Arabs in a series of wars without ending the deep tensions between the two sides. The territories occupied by Israel since the 1967 war are not included in the Israel country profile, unless otherwise noted. On 25 April 1982, Israel withdrew from the Sinai pursuant to the 1979 Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. Israel and Palestinian officials signed on 13 September 1993 a Declaration of Principles (also known as the "Oslo accords") guiding an interim period of Palestinian self-rule. Outstanding territorial and other disputes with Jordan were resolved in the 26 October 1994 Israel-Jordan Treaty of Peace. In addition, on 25 May 2000, Israel withdrew unilaterally from southern Lebanon, which it had occupied since 1982. In keeping with the framework established at the Madrid Conference in October 1991, bilateral negotiations were conducted between Israel and Palestinian representatives and Syria to achieve a permanent settlement. On 24 June 2002, US President BUSH laid out a "road map" for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which envisions a two-state solution. However, progress toward a permanent status agreement has been undermined by Palestinian-Israeli violence ongoing since September 2000. The conflict may have reached a turning point with the election in January 2005 of Mahmud ABBAS as the new Palestinian leader following the November 2004 death of Yasir ARAFAT.

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  • Copyright: The World Factbook 2005, by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Dictionary source: CIA World Factbook 2005
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    The name Israel have several different meanings. (1) It is the name God gave to the patriarch Jacob. (2) The most important and most common usage is to reference the people who are descended from Jacob/Israel. They are called "the people Israel." The people Israel are the same as the Jews. (3) A geographical term meaning the land and/or nation where the people Israel live: (a) the united kingdom under David and Solomon, (b) the northern kingdom after the split following Solomon's death, (c) the kingdom ruled by the Maccabees, and (d) the modern nation of Israel (founded 1948).

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    the name conferred on Jacob after the great prayer-struggle at Peniel (Gen. 32:28), because "as a prince he had power with God and prevailed." (See JACOB.) This is the common name given to Jacob's descendants. The whole people of the twelve tribes are called "Israelites," the "children of Israel" (Josh. 3:17; 7:25; Judg. 8:27; Jer. 3:21), and the "house of Israel" (Ex. 16:31; 40:38). This name Israel is sometimes used emphatically for the true Israel (Ps. 73:1: Isa. 45:17; 49:3; John 1:47; Rom. 9:6; 11:26). After the death of Saul the ten tribes arrogated to themselves this name, as if they were the whole nation (2 Sam. 2:9, 10, 17, 28; 3:10, 17; 19:40-43), and the kings of the ten tribes were called "kings of Israel," while the kings of the two tribes were called "kings of Judah." After the Exile the name Israel was assumed as designating the entire nation. (B.C. 975-B.C. 722). Soon after the death of Solomon, Ahijah's prophecy (1 Kings 11:31-35) was fulfilled, and the kingdom was rent in twain. Rehoboam, the son and successor of Solomon, was scarcely seated on his throne when the old jealousies between Judah and the other tribes broke out anew, and Jeroboam was sent for from Egypt by the malcontents (12:2,3). Rehoboam insolently refused to lighten the burdensome taxation and services which his father had imposed on his subjects (12:4), and the rebellion became complete. Ephraim and all Israel raised the old cry, "Every man to his tents, O Israel" (2 Sam. 20:1). Rehoboam fled to Jerusalem (1 Kings 12:1-18; 2 Chr. 10), and Jeroboam was proclaimed king over all Israel at Shechem, Judah and Benjamin remaining faithful to Solomon's son. War, with varying success, was carried on between the two kingdoms for about sixty years, till Jehoshaphat entered into an alliance with the house of Ahab. Extent of the kingdom. In the time of Solomon the area of Palestine, excluding the Phoenician territories on the shore of the Mediterranean, did not much exceed 13,000 square miles. The kingdom of Israel comprehended about 9,375 square miles. Shechem was the first capital of this kingdom (1 Kings 12:25), afterwards Tirza (14:17). Samaria was subsequently chosen as the capital (16:24), and continued to be so till the destruction of the kingdom by the Assyrians (2 Kings 17:5). During the siege of Samaria (which lasted for three years) by the Assyrians, Shalmaneser died and was succeeded by Sargon, who himself thus records the capture of that city: "Samaria I looked at, I captured; 27,280 men who dwelt in it I carried away" (2 Kings 17:6) into Assyria. Thus after a duration of two hundred and fifty-three years the kingdom of the ten tribes came to an end. They were scattered throughout the East. (See CAPTIVITY.) "Judah held its ground against Assyria for yet one hundred and twenty-three years, and became the rallying-point of the dispersed of every tribe, and eventually gave its name to the whole race. Those of the people who in the last struggle escaped into the territories of Judah or other neighbouring countries naturally looked to Judah as the head and home of their race. And when Judah itself was carried off to Babylon, many of the exiled Israelites joined them from Assyria, and swelled that immense population which made Babylonia a second Palestine." After the deportation of the ten tribes, the deserted land was colonized by various eastern tribes, whom the king of Assyria sent thither (Ezra 4:2, 10; 2 Kings 17:24-29). (See KINGS.) In contrast with the kingdom of Judah is that of Israel. (1.) "There was no fixed capital and no religious centre. (2.) The army was often insubordinate. (3.) The succession was constantly interrupted, so that out of nineteen kings there were no less than nine dynasties, each ushered in by a revolution. (4.) The authorized priests left the kingdom in a body, and the priesthood established by Jeroboam had no divine sanction and no promise; it was corrupt at its very source." (Maclean's O. T. Hist.)

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    Israel in Greek
    (Lex). Ισραήλ

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    Ουσ. Ισραήλ

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    Israel in Esperanto
    Israelo, Izraelo

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    Israel in Afrikaans
    Israel

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    Israel in Chinese (s)
    [E] Israel (n) [P] Israel (m) [C] 以色列

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    Israel in Luxembourgish
    n - Israel

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    Israel in Interlingua
    Israel

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    Israel in Arabic
    بنو اسرائيل ، الشعب اليهودى دولة أسرائيل

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    إسرائيل
    Short name: IL, ISRCountry code: +972

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    إسرائيل

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    ألاسم

    اِسْرَائِيل


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    إِسْرَائِيلَ

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    Israel in Czech
    Izrael

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    Israel in Indonesian
    Israel
    my child #09

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    Israel in Spanish
    Instituto Nacional de Seguros [Israel]

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    Israel

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    (n.) = Israel.
    Ex: The collection has been divided into 5 categories: histories of the Jews, refutations of anti-Semitic literature, works on Zionism and Israel, histories of Jewish religions and cultural organisations, and histories of Jewish communities.
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    * Land of Israel, the = Tierra de Israel, la.


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    Israel

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    Israel in Russian
    (n) Израиль

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    Армия обороны Израиля


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    Израиль


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    израиль

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    израиль

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    n. еврейский народ, евреи

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    Israel in Papiamento
    Israel

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    Israel in Dutch
    Israel, Israël

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    Israel in Portuguese
    Israel

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    [teologia] israel

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    Israel in Turkish
    israil

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    i. İsrail.

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    i. İsrail.

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    israil

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    Israel in Thai
    (อิส'ซะระเอล) n. ประเทศอิสราเอล

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    แคว้นอิสราเอล

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    Israel in Vietnamese
    được xem như hiền thê của Thiên Chúa; trong Tân Àớc, Giáo Hội được xem như hiền thê của Chúa Kitô. Thần học rất thường dùng mầu nhiệm khế ước này]. [Xem Bridal mysticum].

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    ['izreiəl]

    ◊ danh từ

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    Israel in Romanian
    Israel

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    Izrael

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    izrael

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    Israel in Catalan
    s Israel

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    Israel in Polish
    Izrael m

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    Izrael

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    Israel in French
    Israel ['NzreNBl] n Israël m.

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    l'Israël, Israël

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    IsraëlShort name: IL, ISRCountry code: +972

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    Israel in Bulgarian
    n Израе

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    Israel in Croatian
    Izrael

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    Israel , Izrael

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    Izrael

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    Israel in Persian
    اسرائيل‌

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    اسراءيل

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    اسرائيل

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    اسرائيل‌

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    ٌ‏ژگ¤¨گthe i.=ِ‘‏َ‏ژگ¤¨گٹٌ‏ژگ¤¨گü÷“

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    Israel in Finnish
    Israel

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    Israel in Hungarian
    Izrael

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    izrael

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    Israel in Albanian
    Izrael

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    Israel in Mongolian
    Израйль,Израиль,израиль

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    Israel in Ukrainian
    (n) ізраїль

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