Brice Dickson - QUB School of Law, Micha Kurz - Grassroots Jerusalem, Haggai Matar - Israeli Journalist, blogger and activist and finally Linda Ramsden - Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (UK).
What does HAG stand for?
HAG stands for Haggai
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- Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway (New York, NY)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Among the topics are temple building in the Old Babylonian period, temple building in northeast Semitic literature of the Late Bronze and Iron Ages, Exodus 25-40, temple reform in Ezekiel 43:7-9, temple building in Haggai as variations on a theme, and building and wisdom in ancient Mesopotamia.
Haggai 1,5 BY far the most serious loss in our times, says a scholar, is the sense of personal responsibility.
A Beit Haggai settler told Army Radio that he and a neighbour were on a security patrol when they spotted the Palestinian walking among the houses.
He completed his Advanced Christian Leadership Training from the Haggai Institute, Singapore.
Last year, Tarran Bay, ridden by Denise Meldrum from Holywell in Flintshire, won the Man versus Horse marathon in two hours, 10 minutes and 29 seconds, beating Haggai Chepkwony, a Kenyan in the British Army, who finished around nine minutes later.
The nearest-placed runner was Haggai Chepkwony, a Kenyan serving in the British Army, who took 2hrs, 19mins and 16secs to complete the course.
A final chapter compares the work of the deuteronomic school to other postexilic works such as Haggai, Zechariah, Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah.