Mizrahi


Mizrahi
Mizrahȉ
DEFINICIJA
krat. pol. na poč. 20. st. religiozna struja unutar cionističkog pokreta, naročito utjecajna među Židovima I Evrope; u Izraelu najprije politički pokret, od 1955. jaka religiozna parlamentarna stranka
ETIMOLOGIJA
hebr. merkaz ruhani: duhovni centar ≃ mizrah: istok

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  • Mizrahi — bezeichnet: Mizrachim, jüdische Bevölkerungsgruppe Mizrahi ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Isaac Mizrahi (* 1961), US amerikanischer Modeschöpfer Moshé Mizrahi (* 1931), israelischer Filmregisseur …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mizrahi — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Ne doit pas être confondu avec Raphaël Mezrahi ni Michael Mizrachi. Mizrahi ou Mizrachi (hébreu : מזרחי, litt. oriental) pe …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mizrahi — El sionismo religioso es una ideología que defiende la idea de un Estado judío basándose de modo amplio en la religión. Ha sido encarnada históricamente por el partido Mizrahi. Contenido 1 Orígenes 2 Creación del partido Mizrahi 3 Las alianzas …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mizraḥi — ▪ Jewish religious movement acronym  for Merkaz Ruḥani        (Hebrew: “Spiritual Centre”), religious movement within the World Zionist Organization and formerly a political party within Zionism and in Israel. It was founded in 1902 by Rabbi… …   Universalium

  • Mizrahi — n. family name (Hebrew) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mizrahi — miz·ra·hi …   English syllables

  • mizrahi — adjective see mizrachi …   Useful english dictionary

  • MIZRAḤI, ELIJAH — (c. 1450–1526), rabbinical authority, the greatest of the rabbis of the ottoman Empire of his time. Mizraḥi was of Romaniot origin (the original Turkish Jews as distinct from the Spanish exiles) and was born and educated in Constantinople. Among… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Mizrahi Hebrew — or Oriental Hebrew refers to any of the pronunciation systems for Biblical Hebrew used liturgically by Mizrahi Jews, that is, Jews originating in Arab countries or further east, and with a background of Arabic, Persian, Turkish, or other… …   Wikipedia

  • MIZRAHI, ASHER — (1890–1967), cantor, composer, and poet. Mizrahi was born in the old city of Jerusalem. He later moved to Yemin Moshe, the first quarter outside the walls. At this period of his life, he composed and performed religious and secular songs… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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