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Holon is a city on the central coastal strip of Israel, south of Tel Aviv. Holon is part of the metropolitan Gush Dan area. In 2019 it had a population of 196,282. Holon has the second-largest industrial zone in Israel, after Haifa.
Bassam Tibi, is a German political scientist and Professor of International Relations. He was born in 1944 in Damascus, Syria to an aristocratic family, and moved to Germany in 1962 where he later became a citizen in 1976. He is known for his analysis of international relations and the introduction of Islam to the study of international conflict and of civilization. Tibi is known for introducing the controversial concept of European Leitkultur as well as the concept of Euroislam to discussions about integration of Muslim immigrants to countries in Europe. He is also the founder of Islamology as a social-scientific study of Islam and conflict in post-bipolar politics. Tibi has done research in Asian and African countries. He publishes in English, German and Arabic.
Cellcom is an Israeli telecommunications company. Founded in 1994, most of the company's business is centered on wireless service. Its current CEO is Avi Gabay, who was appointed on 4th of January 2020. As of June 2016, Cellcom had 2.812 million subscribers.
Eitan is the Hebrew source of the male given name Ethan, and roughly translates to "spiritual strength".
The Israeli Central Elections Committee is the body charged under the Knesset Elections Law of 1969 to carry out the elections for the upcoming Knesset. The committee is composed of Knesset members representing various parliamentary groups and is chaired by a Supreme Court Justice. Tasks for the committee include the authorization of party lists running for the Knesset, election financing, and publication and appeals of election results.
Doha Stadium is the current home of Bnei Sakhnin.
The Hesder Yeshiva of Sderot, known formally as the Max and Ruth Schwartz Yeshivat Hesder of Sderot, was founded in 1994 by Rabbi Dovid E. Fendel. The yeshiva is located in the town of Sderot, one kilometer from the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Arab town of Beit Hanoun. It is the largest Hesder Yeshiva in Israel, with a student body of over 800 students from communities all over the country. In addition to studying, students demonstrate their commitment to the residents of Sderot through many volunteer projects.
Eitan Tibi is an Israeli footballer who plays as a centre-back for Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Silviu Lung Junior is a Romanian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Turkish club Kayserispor.
Tibi Clenci is a Romanian fashion photographer
Tzahi Elihen is an Israeli professional association football player currently contracted to Liga Alef side, Hapoel Beit She'an.
Tibi is an American fashion company based in New York City. Tibi’s design studio, showroom, and flagship store is located in Soho, New York. It was founded by Amy Smilovic in 1997.
Ahmad Tibi is an Arab-Israeli politician. The leader of the Ta'al party, he has served as a member of the Knesset since 1999. Tibi was acknowledged as a figure in the Israeli-Palestinian arena after serving as a political advisor to the late Palestinian president Yasser Arafat (1993–1999). He describes himself as Arab-Palestinian in nationality, and Israeli in citizenship.
Ta'al (Hebrew: תַּעַ"ל, an acronym for Tnu'a Aravit LeHithadshut is an Israeli Arab political party in Israel led by Ahmad Tibi. The party was part of the Joint List in the 2015 election, before it withdrew in January 2019, though it decided to rejoin the alliance for the September 2019 election.
Osama Saadi is an Israeli Arab lawyer and politician. He is currently a member of the Knesset for the Joint List.
Hussein Bin Ali Stadium is an association football stadium in Hebron.
Tiberiu Cristian Curt is a Romanian former professional footballer who played as a defender. In his career Curt played 319 matches in the Liga I for teams like: Farul Constanța, Rapid București, FC U Craiova, Steaua București and Dinamo București, but most of the matches he played were for Național București, 135. Despite the fact that he started his football career very late, at 12 years old, Tiberiu Curt is part of a small group of players who played for all three important teams of Bucharest: Steaua, Dinamo and Rapid.