Tel Aviv Metropolitan

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2007–08 Liga Artzit - Results - First Round
2–0 Hapoel Jerusalem Maccabi Kafr Kanna 2–1 Hapoel Ashkelon Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv 5–1 Maccabi Tirat Carmel Bnei Tamra 0–1 Maccabi HaShikma Ramat Hen Hapoel Kfar ...
Highway 4 (Israel) - Junctions and Interchanges
... Tel Aviv–Ashdod Highway 36 מחלף אשדוד (Ashdod Interchange) Port of Ashdod Highway 41 Highway 44 ... מחלף יבנה (Yavne Interchange) Yavne Road 4111 51 ... Morasha Interchange) Ramat Hasharon Highway 5 Old Haifa–Tel Aviv Highway 78 מחלף רעננה דרום (Ra'anana Darom Interchange) South Ra'anana Ra'anana. 86 מחלף הדרים (Hadarim Interchange) Citrus fruit Tel Mond Route 88 ... צומת דרור (Dror Junction) Bnei Dror, Even Yehuda Route 91 ... צומת הדסים (Hadasim ...
Israel Bar - The Arrest
... activity in a certain area of north Tel Aviv ... movements led to an apartment on the second floor of 67 Brandeis Street in north Tel Aviv—Israel Bar's apartment ... exiting the Soviet Embassy separately, and heading in the direction of Tel Aviv ...
Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area
... The Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area (Hebrew מֶטְרוֹפּוֹלִין תֵּל אָבִיב), or Gush Dan (Hebrew גּוּשׁ דָּן), is a metropolitan area including areas from both the ... The area is closely linked to the city of Tel Aviv through social, economic, and cultural ties ... The Tel Aviv metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area in Israel and consists an estimated population of 3,206,400 residents, 95% of whom (3,000,000) are Israeli Jews ...
David Blatt - Coaching Career
... For the 1999–00 season, he moved to Maccabi Tel Aviv and once again served as assistant manager to Pini Gershon ... second time, the year he was appointed head coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv ... Together, they led one of the best teams in Maccabi Tel Aviv history, and the history of European basketball, to another Euroleague title with a 44-po ...

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