n. airport in Jerusalem

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Atarot — ( he. עטרות) was a moshav in the British Mandate of Palestine, north of Jerusalem along the highway to Ramallah. The village was captured and destroyed by the Jordanian Arab Legion during the 1948 Arab Israeli War, and is now the site of Atarot… …   Wikipedia

  • ATAROT — (Heb. עֲטָ רוֹת; crowns ), moshav, north of Jerusalem, evacuated and destroyed during the War of Independence (1948). A small group of laborers settled on the site in 1914 but had to abandon it in the course of World War I. Another group, of East …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Atarot Airport — Jerusalem International Airport (CLOSED) שדה התעופה ירושלים IATA: JRS – ICAO: LLJR, OJJR Summary Airport type Military/Public Operator …   Wikipedia

  • Atarot Airport — airport located in Jerusalem …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Bnei Atarot — Infobox Kibbutz kibbutz name = Bnei Atarot foundation = 1948 founded by = Former residents of Atarot region = council = Hevel Modi in industry = affiliation = Moshavim Movement website = [http://www.bney www.bney]… …   Wikipedia

  • Bnei Atarot — (fils d Atarot), anciennement Wilhelma, est un moshav dans le district du centre d Israël situé près de Yehud à quinze kilomètres à l est de Tel Aviv. Il se trouve dans une plaine fertile à la limite de la métropole de Tel Aviv, près de l… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Flughafen Atarot — Flughafen Jerusalem Atarot שדה התעופה עטרות …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • LLJR — Flughafen Jerusalem Atarot שדה התעופה עטרות …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • OJJR — Flughafen Jerusalem Atarot שדה התעופה עטרות …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • JERUSALEM — The entry is arranged according to the following outline: history name protohistory the bronze age david and first temple period second temple period the roman period byzantine jerusalem arab period crusader period mamluk period …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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