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The sunshine and agile A-4 Skyhawk used to be the 1st glossy American jet to be provided to the Israeli Air strength, marking the purpose the place the U.S. took over from France as Israel's leader army provider. Deliveries started too past due for the A-4 to struggle within the Six-Day struggle, however it quickly shaped the spine of the IAF's ground-attack strength. From 1969 to 1970 it flew never-ending sorties opposed to Egyptian forces within the struggle of Attrition. Then, in the course of the Yom Kippur struggle, 5 squadrons of A-4s observed strive against and 50 planes have been misplaced as they battled opposed to the Arab armored onslaught. utilizing formerly unpublished first-hand bills and infrequent images from the IAF information and pilots' inner most collections, Shlomo Aloni tells the definitive historical past of the IAF's A-4 squadrons, together with the tale of Ezra "BABAN" Dotan who turned an ace with an distinctive double-kill of MiG17s.

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Let us regard the biblical account itself as a conceptual model of Israel's genesis. It is as if the Israelites themselves formulated an articulate portrayal of their distant past, much as modern scholarship does. Such a paradigm for a description of Israel's emergence is feasible. 6 6 For application to specific episodes, see Malamat 1976a: 40-46 (concerning the Exodus from Egypt) and, in particular, Malamat 1979 (concerning the Conquest of Canaan). Cf. chaps. 5 & 6. 14 PART ONE: THE DAWN OF ISRAEL Such a working hypothesis enables us to avoid the extremes which have all too often left their imprint upon modern historiography in our field.

Biblical Archaeologist 36: 5-33. Avigad, N. 1978 Baruch the Scribe and Jerahmeel the King's Son. Israel Exploration Journal 28: 52-56. , ed. 1979 Encounter with the Text. Form and History in the Hebrew Bible. Philadelphia: Fortress. Especially Willis 1979. A. 1946 Studies in the Name Israel in the Old Testament. Uppsala: Appelbergs. Z. 1968 Jewish History—Its Uniqueness and Continuity. Journal of World History 11: 15-29. Dossin, G. 1973 Une mention de Cananeens dans une lettre de Mari. Syria 50: 277-82.

Ph. M. -R. ), Miscellanea Babylonica 30 PART ONE: THE DAWN OF ISRAEL in particular Bahlu-gdyim (the leader of a clan notably named Amurru; see below). 4 It must be determined whether this term, as well as hibrum and ummatum, should be treated as an ethnic gentilic concept or simply as designating a group of individuals not related by blood ties. Perhaps it may even be taken in a territorial sense. " The difficulty in determining the exact meaning of gayum and similar sociological terms at Mari is due to the fluctuations of tribal structure and the loosening of kinship ties in the process of transition towards a sedentary way of life.

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