org Young Israel Aish Las Vegas is a modern Orthodox synagogue whose founder, Rabbi Yitzchak Wyne, hosts "The Rabbi Show" every Sunday on KDWN-AM.
What does YI stand for?
YI stands for Young Israel (aka National Council of Young Israel)
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We have 2 other meanings of YI in our Acronym Attic
- Halifax International - Nova Scotia, Canada (airport code)
- Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada (Airport Code)
- Youth Helping Youth (Scarborough, UK)
- Your Health Your Care Your Say (UK Department of Health)
- Your Home Your Money (blog)
- Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - Halifax International (Airport Code)
- Yeeha Internetan (Cebu internet cafe)
- Yidgha (linguistics)
- Yoshi's Island (video game; sequel to Super Mario World)
- Youth Initiative (various locations)
- Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro)
- Yamanashi International Association (Japan)
- Yate International Academy (UK)
- Yes I Am
- Young Investigator Award
- Youth in Action
- Youth in Aviation (Tuskegee Airmen affiliate)
- Youth Incentive Award
- Youth Information, Advice and Counselling Service (England, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Danny Danon, a Likud member and the deputy speaker of the Israeli Knesset, and Rabbi Pesach Lerner, the vice president of the New York-based National Council of Young Israel, both oppose a two-state solution and argue that the West Bank and Gaza rightly belong to Israel.
It is a far cry from the pioneering days of the young Israel, when ministers would travel by bus, parliamentarians were fired by ideology and the leaders lived in great modesty.
Young Israel building demolition begins [The Lo-Down] 11.
He and his wife Sandy are members of the Young Israel of Woodmere.
Recently, the National Council of Young Israel urged Netanyahu to reject a Palestinian state in a letter that read "We believe that an independent Palestinian state would merely compound the complex problems that currently exist and open the door to a new wave of acts of terror directed at innocent Israeli civilians".
Broyde, founding rabbi of the Young Israel (Orthodox) synagogue in Atlanta and professor of law at Emory University School of Law, argues that rabbis are not trained to determine whether food is healthy, working conditions are fair and legal, or animals are treated ethically, but "to certify that the food is kosher--nothing more and nothing less.
Prior to joining Compugen, Czaczkes Axselbard was chief financial officer of Packet Technologies Ltd, a mobile internet security hardware and software startup company and before that an audit manager at Ernst & Young Israel.