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Amir, Eli

LC control no.n 84228230
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPJ5054.A715
Personal name headingAmir, Eli
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Variant(s)ʻAmīr, Īlī
Halschi, Fuad Elias Nasah
עמיר, אלי
عمير، ايلى
Other standard no.Q1328795
Associated countryIsrael
LocatedGiloh (Jerusalem)
Birth date1937-09-26
Place of birthBaghdad (Iraq)
Field of activityFiction
Profession or occupationAuthors
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Found inHis Tarnegol kaparot, 1983: t.p. (Eli ʻAmir) verso t.p. (Eli Amir [in rom.])
Mah she-nishʼar, c2010: t.p. (אלי עמיר = Eli ʻAmir) t.p. verso (Eli Amir [in rom.]) p. 1 (b. in Bagdad; imm. 1950 to Israel)
Yasmine, 2012: title page (Eli Amir) preliminary page (born in Baghdad in 1937 and, with most of the Iraqi-Jewish community, left for Israel in 1950; social activist as well as author)
Wikipedia, April 16, 2020 (Eli Amir (Hebrew: אלי עמיר‎; Arabic:ايلى عمير = Īlī ʻAmīr) (September 26, 1937) is an Iraqi-born Israeli writer and civil servant. He served as director general of the Youth Aliyah Department of the Jewish Agency; was born Fuad Elias Nasah Halschi in Baghdad, Iraq. He immigrated to Israel with his family in 1950, and went to school in Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek. He is now living in Gilo, Jerusalem
Associated languageheb