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Some articles on salonika:

Anysia Of Salonika
... Saint Anysia of Salonika was a Christian virgin and martyr of the 4th century ... Anysia was born to a wealthy and pious Christian family in Salonika ...
Jacob Meir - Salonika
... Meir went on to be elected chief rabbi of Salonika in 1908, where he remained until 1919 ... rabbi of Jerusalem in 1911, but the Jews of Salonika prevented him from assuming the office ...
Meyuchas
... He was the author of ‘Minchat Bikkurim (Salonika, 1752) a commentary on the Talmud, and of Peri ha-Adamah, (four parts, Salonika 1752-57,) a ... Author of a commentary on the Torah, Sedeh ha-Eretz (three parts, Salonika, 1784,1789, Leghorn (Livorno) 1788,) of Diglo Ahavah, a commentary on the Derech Etz ha-Chaim of Isaac Luria ... He is the author of Sha’ar ha-Mayim (Salonika, 1768,) Berachot Mayim (Salonika, 1789,) and Mayin Shaal (Salonika 1799.) ...
Florentin, Tel Aviv - History
... The land was purchased in the 1920s by the Salonika-Palestine Investment Company, founded in 1921 by Jews in Salonika to develop commercial relations with Jewish settlements in ... In 1924, the Salonika-Palestine Company sent an envoy to Palestine to purchase land in Jaffa, south of Tel Aviv's Rehov Herzl, in an area bordering Neveh Tzedek and Ahuzat Bayit that was close to ...
Boatmen Of Thessaloníki - Attack Plans
... with Jordan Popjordanov, a member of a small terrorist group in Salonika, who agreed to blow up the Salonika branch of the Ottoman Bank ... Salonika terrorists were very young men, mostly from Veles, pupils in the Bulgarian High School ... The Salonika terrorist group called itself "the Gemidzhi" ...