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Fabbian Quarter - schwarze LED-Deckenlampe 7flg.
565,90 € *
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Moderne LED-Deckenlampe Quarter von Fabbian in Schwarz Nicht nur durch die schwarze Lackierung, auch durch die eckige, sehr flache Gestaltung und die ungleichmäßig verteilten Aussparungen, in denen die LEDs verbaut wurden, wirkt die Deckenlampe Quarter sehr modern. Die warmweiß mit einer Lichtfarbe von 2.700 Kelvin leuchtenden LEDs werden von einem satinierten Diffusor aus Polycarbonat abgedeckt. Der Lichtstrom der 7 LEDs beträgt starke 2.800 Lumen. Das Licht der LEDs lässt sich bei Bedarf mit einem Phasenabschnitt- oder Phasenanschnittdimmer regulieren, so dass neben heller Allgemeinbeleuchtung auch wohnliche und gemütliche Hintergrundbeleuchtung möglich ist. Ein Dimmer ist nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten. Fabbian Illuminazione - ein seit 1961 in Treviso in der Nähe von Venedig produzierender Hersteller - vertreibt Qualitätsleuchten in der ganzen Welt. Nicht nur in Neuseeland, Australien, Indien, Israel, Dänemark und der Türkei erfreuen sich die Qualitätsleuchten von Fabbian immer größerer Beliebtheit. Energieeffizienzklasse: A+

Anbieter: Lampenwelt AT
Stand: 12.08.2020
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Fabbian Quarter - braune LED-Deckenlampe 2flg.
139,90 € *
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LED-Deckenlampe Quarter in warmem Braunton Die kleine, quadratische LED-Deckenlampe Quarter lässt sich durch den in warmem Braunton mit satiniertem Finish lackierten Rahmen aus Aluminium in jede Einrichtung integrieren. An der Decke als Allgemeinbeleuchtung oder an der Wand als zusätzliche Lichtquelle montiert, spendet sie mit einer Lichtfarbe von 2.700 Kelvin sehr warmes Licht, das der Lichtfarbe einer altbekannten Glühlampe gleicht. Der Energiebedarf liegt dank moderner LED-Technik jedoch um ein Vielfaches unter dem einer Glühlampe. Bei Bedarf lässt sich die LED-Deckenlampe mit einem Phasenan- oder Phasenabschnittdimmer auch dimmen. Der Dimmer ist nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten. Fabbian Illuminazione - der italienische Hersteller dieser LED-Deckenlampe - zeichnet sich durch hochwertige Leuchtenkreationen aus, die Lichtgenuss in Perfektion bieten. Von Neuseeland über Australien, Indien, Israel, Dänemark oder die Türkei werden die Produkte dieses Herstellers in die ganze Welt vertrieben. Energieeffizienzklasse: A+

Anbieter: Lampenwelt AT
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Fabbian Quarter - braune LED-Deckenlampe 7flg.
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Große, quadratische LED-Deckenlampe Quarter in Braun von Fabbian Illuminazione Mit einer Größe von fast 60 cm x 60 cm ist die quadratische Deckenlampe Quarter in wohnlichem Braunton eine ideale Lichtquelle, um auch größere Räume energiesparend und hell zu beleuchten. Sieben warmweiße LEDs in eckigen, unregelmäßig verteilten Aussparungen und mit satiniertem Diffusor abgedeckt, erzielen einen Gesamtlichtstrom von 2.800 Lumen. Sie spenden wohnliches, warmweißes Licht, das mit einer Lichtfarbe von 2.700 Kelvin mit dem herkömmlicher Glühlampen verglichen werden kann. Die LEDs sind dimmbar, hierzu kann sowohl ein Phasenanschnittdimmer als auch ein Phasenabschnittdimmer verwendet werden. Der Dimmer wird nicht mitgeliefert. Der italienische Leuchtenhersteller Fabbian Illuminazione produziert seit 1961 in Treviso bei Venedig hochwertige Qualitätsleuchten, die durch ihre exzellente Fertigung und ein einzigartiges Design begeistern und sich fast in der ganzen Welt wachsender Beliebtheit erfreuen. Neben Deutschland werden die Leuchten von Fabbian unter anderem in Australien, Indien, Neuseeland, Dänemark, Israel und der Türkei vertrieben. Energieeffizienzklasse: A+

Anbieter: Lampenwelt AT
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Local Food Experience - Tel Aviv Carmel Market
31,80 € *
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Join our hostel's staff to a special neighborhood called the Yemenite Quarter, through the maze-like alleyways and experience the food, the culture and the people. This place is unique not only due to the feeling of a kibbutz inside a city, but also because of the authentic culinary culture which is like no other.Then, we’ll arrive at the main dish – the famous Carmel Market. In the market we will experience together the smell and the taste of amazing Israeli food. We will get to the best places in the open market and enjoy some mid-day shots of Arak.The tour includes Burekas, Hummus, Halva, Malabi and more incredible dishes brought by Jewish immigrants to Israel from all over the world – Asia, Africa and Europe. Everything includes good vibes, big laughs, small stories and strong alcohol.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
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From Eilat: Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Dead Sea tour
71,65 € *
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Our one day tour exploring Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and the Dead Sea from Eilat offers rich history and most famous sights.Enjoy the stark desert scenery and ascend by cable car the impressive cliff face overlooking the Dead Sea. Here we find the ruins of King Herod's Palace - Masada. tour the impressive ruins and take in its spectacular views. Masada is one of the most visited sites in Israel. From Here we go down to the Dead Sea where we enjoy the healing properties of the mineral rich mud and take a dip in the salty waters. Departing from the Dead Sea, you’ll ascend through the Judean Desert to Bethlehem, and tour the highlights of the city where Jesus was born the Church of the Nativity,the Old City with its colorful market, and the Shepherd’s Field. Enjoy a comprehensive tour of the Old City of Jerusalem including the Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, and Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Muslim Quarter, and countless other historic treasures ,an unique day full of everlasting memories.

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Black September: The History and Legacy of the ...
9,95 € *
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On May 14, 1948, the British Mandate officially expired. That same day, the Jewish National Council issued the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel. About 10 minutes later, President Truman officially recognized the State of Israel, and the Soviet Union also quickly recognized Israel. However, the Palestinians and the Arab League did not recognize the new state, and the very next day, armies from Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq invaded the former British Mandate to squelch Israel, while Saudi Arabia assisted the Arab armies. Jordan would also get involved in the war, fighting the Israelis around Jerusalem.  Initially, the Arab armies numbered over 20,000 soldiers, but the Zionist militia groups like the Lehi, Irgun, and Haganah made it possible for Israel to quickly assemble the Israel Defense Forces, still known today simply as the IDF. By the end of 1948, the Israelis had over 60,000 soldiers and the Arab armies numbered over 50,000. In early 1949, Israel began signing armistices with Egypt, Jordan, and Syria, which left Israel in control of nearly 75% of the lands that were to be partitioned into the two states under the 1947 plan. Jordan now occupied Judea and Samaria, which later became known as the West Bank due to its position on the western bank of the Jordan River. Jordan also occupied three quarters of Jerusalem, with the Israelis controlling only about a quarter in the western part of the city. To the west, Egypt occupied the Gaza Strip. The new armistice lines became known as the “Green Line”, and the conflict has continued to involve those lines and the issues that were contested in a war now nearly 70 years old. In early June 1967, the Israelis captured Jordanian intelligence that indicated an invasion was imminent. On June 5, the Israelis launched a preemptive attack that knocked out the air forces of its Arab neighbors. Over the next six days, the Israelis overwhelmed the Egyptians in the west, destroying th 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colin Fluxman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/105061/bk_acx0_105061_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Knowing Too Much: Why the American Jewish Roman...
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Traditionally, American Jews have been broadly liberal in their political outlook; indeed African-Americans are the only ethnic group more likely to vote Democratic in US elections. Over the past half century, however, attitudes on one topic have stood in sharp contrast to this group's generally progressive stance: support for Israel. Despite Israel's record of militarism, illegal settlements, and human rights violations, American Jews have, stretching back to the 1960s, remained largely steadfast supporters of the Jewish 'homeland'. But, as Norman Finkelstein explains in an elegantly-argued and richly-textured new book, this is now beginning to change. Reports by Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the United Nations, and books by commentators as prominent as President Jimmy Carter and as well-respected in the scholarly community as Stephen Walt, John Mearsheimer, and Peter Beinart, have increasingly pinpointed the fundamental illiberalism of the Israeli state. In the light of these exposes, the support of America Jews for Israel has begun to fray. This erosion has been particularly marked among younger members of the community. A 2010 Brandeis University poll found that only about one quarter of Jews aged under 40 today feel "very much" connected to Israel. In successive chapters that combine Finkelstein's customary meticulous research with polemical brio, Knowing Too Much sets the work of defenders of Israel such as Jeffrey Goldberg, Michael Oren, Dennis Ross, and Benny Morris against the historical record, showing their claims to be increasingly tendentious. As growing numbers of American Jews come to see the speciousness of the arguments behind such apologias and recognize Israel's record as simply indefensible, Finkelstein points to the opening of new possibilities for political advancement in a region that for decades has been stuck fast in a gridlock of injustice and suffering. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tyler Crandall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004338/bk_acx0_004338_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Crypt of Bone: An ARKANE Thriller, Book 2  , Hö...
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The prophecy in Revelation declares that a quarter of the world must die and now a shadowy organization has the ability to fulfill these words. Can one woman stop the abomination before it's too late? Israel: A victim of Jerusalem Syndrome jumps to his death from the top of the Western Wall, his body smashed on the ancient stones. Another disembowels himself under the scrawled figure of the Pale Horse of the Apocalypse with the chilling words, "God told me to do it." Dr. Morgan Sierra, specialist in psychology of religion, travels to Israel to investigate the deaths and becomes embroiled in an international conspiracy that will use cutting-edge technology to carry an ancient curse to mankind. She joins agent Jake Timber at ARKANE, a secret government agency investigating the supernatural and together they hunt down the Devil's Bible, pursued all the way by the evil forces of Thanatos. From the catacombs of Paris to the skeletal ossuaries of Sicily and the Czech Republic, Morgan and Jake must find the Devil's Bible and stop the curse being released into the world before one in four are destroyed in the coming holocaust. Because in just seven days, the final curse will be spoken and the prophecy will be fulfilled. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Veronica Giguere. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/008933/bk_acx0_008933_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Israel Since 1980
31,62 € *
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Over the last quarter century, a radical demographic, economic and political transformation has been taking place from within Israel. Israelis are beginning to ask some fundamental questions about the country they live in and what it means to be an Israeli. This book, written by five Israeli academics, probes the changing nature of Israeli society over the last twenty-five years. It considers the deep rifts in that society caused by ethnic, cultural, class and religious divide. It looks at political and economic changes and how privatization has undermined the welfare state. It questions the role of the military in the light of the wider social and economic changes. Finally, and crucially, it asks whether new political initiatives can offer a realistic alternative to the inadequacies of recent governments. This is an informative account of Israel's recent past and the challenges it faces in the twenty-first century.

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