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Most Arab citizens of Israel are functionally bilingual, their second language being Modern Hebrew.
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Most of them were Dutch, French, British ( English ), Arab and Jewish ( from Lebanon and Morocco ), Chinese ( especially from Macau ), American, and Brazilian ( including people of Portuguese and African descent ).
Most Arab countries were skeptical about the " Eisenhower doctrine " because they considered " Zionist imperialism " the real danger.
Most important are the reservation by most Arab nations concerning the immunity of diplomatic bags and non-recognition of Israel.
Most Arab nations still give credence to Egypt playing that role, though its effects are often limited.
Most fish and seafood is imported from neighboring Pakistan, Iran, the United Arab Emirates and other countries.
* Asian Film Festival: Most notable amongst the Asian Film Festivals are the Osian's-Cinefan Film Festival, which was recently expanded to include Arab Cinema as well, and the Hong Kong International Film Festival ( HKIFF ) and Busan International Film Festival ( BIFF ).
Most Berber / Arab people and the Jews were expelled from the Iberian Peninsula during the Reconquista and the repopulation by Christians.
Most Arab states were also among the first countries to recognise Qatar, and the state promptly gained admittance to the United Nations and the Arab League.
Most Saudis are ethnically Arab of whom they immigrated as pilgrims and reside in the Hijaz region along the Red Sea coast such as Jeddah, Makkah and Madina.
* 677: Most of the Arab fleet is destroyed by Greek fire ; the Persian crown prince flees to the T ' ang court.
Most of the local schools show openness to Arab culture, even providing Arabic language classes for both Italians and Arabs, and encouraging integration with the autochthonous students.
Most Jewish and Arab Palestinian militant groups attain the policy of cease fire with each other and the British.
Most recently, the Iraq War has displaced the regional Assyrian community, as its people have faced ethnic and religious persecution at the hands of Islamic extremists and Arab and Kurdish nationalists.
Most of al-Birwa's inhabitants fled to the nearby Arab towns and villages including Tamra, Kabul and other localities.
Most belly dancers performing for tourists in Egypt today are foreigners, both from Europe and from elsewhere in the Arab world ( particularly Lebanon ).
Most of the AIP's activities were centered in the Palestinian political field, but the party also worked towards achieving Arab unity and solidarity as a means to strengthen Arab resistance against the British Mandate in Palestine and increased Jewish settlement occurring there.
Most and citizens
Most communities across the country will host organized celebrations for Canada Day, usually outdoor public events, such as parades, carnivals, festivals, barbecues, air and maritime shows, fireworks, and free musical concerts, as well as citizenship ceremonies for new citizens.
Most importantly, this new freedom of the press and the introduction of television into the lives of everyday Czechoslovak citizens moved the political dialogue from the intellectual to the popular sphere.
" Most Democrats and Republicans in the Senate voted for an $ 11. 5 billion tax cut for American citizens and American business ," he cried, " but not Senator Goldwater.
Most Northern Whigs, led by William Henry Seward who delivered his famous " Higher Law " speech during the controversy, opposed the Compromise as well because it would not have applied the Wilmot Proviso to the western territories and because of the new fugitive slave law, which would have pressed ordinary citizens into duty on slave-hunting patrols.
Most of this humongous public debt was held by Dutch private citizens, so in a sense it merely engendered an internal money circuit in the Dutch economy.
Most Culture citizens choose this when they reach adulthood ( according to The Player of Games this is known as " completing one's name ").
Most of the growth has been residential but also large employers, such as Dell's international headquarters, have changed Williamson County from just a bedroom community into a more vibrant community where its citizens can live and work in the same general vicinity.
Most of Atlanta's 300, 000 citizens crowded the route of the seven-mile motorcade that carried the film's other stars and executives from the airport to the Georgian Terrace Hotel, where they stayed.
Most were removed to Indian Territory in the 1830s, but some remained and became citizens of the state and United States.
Most citizens are dependent on the commerce of Oroville, and the vast majority of high school students in Kelly Ridge ( Oroville East ) attend Las Plumas High School.
Most children in these communities were sent to study at the Eros school, and citizens would normally receive their mail through rural mail coming from Eros.
Most citizens must travel to larger cities in the region like Milan, Trenton, Brookfield and Kirksville, Missouri for employment.
Most of the rights can be exercised by any legal person, ( the Charter does not define the corporation as a " legal person "), but a few of the rights belong exclusively to natural persons, or ( as in sections 3 and 6 ) only to citizens of Canada.
Most citizens were either involved in ranching, dairy or other agricultural professions, or were employed in businesses in surrounding communities.
Most of the relocation was temporary, though, and only 27, 678 citizens were left in the city by 1950.
Most of the citizens of the town worked either for the Northern Pacific Coal Company or in one of the smaller businesses monopolized by the company, or were family members of someone who did.
Most writers on international law have regarded this method of preventing such acts of hostility as unjustifiable, on the ground that the persons taken as hostages are not the persons responsible for the act ; that, as by the usage of war hostages are to be treated strictly as prisoners of war, such an exposure to danger is transgressing the rights of a belligerent ; and as useless, for the mere temporary removal of important citizens till the end of a war cannot be a deterrent unless their mere removal deprives the combatants of persons necessary to the continuance of the acts aimed at ( see W. E. Hall, International Law, 1904, pp. 418, 475 ).
Most industrialized governments have long held that laissez-faire capitalism creates social evils that harm its citizens.
Most male citizens of the American Colonies were required by law to own arms and ammunition for militia duty.