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Nisan Ben Hamo (Mayor of Arad)

Arad

Arad is a city in southern Israel. It borders the deserts of Negev and Judean, 25 kilometers (16 miles) west of the Dead Sea and 45 kilometers (28 miles) east of Beersheba. The city is home to 26,756 different populations, including Ashkenazi Jews and legions including secular and religious, Bedouins and Hebrews, as well as new immigrants.

A group of young Israelis found Arad in 1962. Most of them former Kibbutz or moshav –Bewohner, who sought refuge in a secluded environment. Arad best known for the clean air of asthma sufferers.

In June 1965, Arad granted local government status and given a counseling position on May 29, 1995.

After trying to stabilize itself in the 1920s, Arad became Israel’s first planned city in November 1962. Arad’s population, along with the Arians of the former Soviet Union, grew significantly, peaking in 2002 with 24,500 inhabitants.

Arad’s monuments include the ruins of Tel Arad, Arad Park, a national airport and Israel’s first legal runway. The city is famous for its annual summer music festival, the Arad Festival.

Nisan Ben Hamo

Nisan Ben Hamo is the present mayor of Arad, Israel. Since 2015, Nisan Ben-Hamo is the mayor of Arad. Nisan made many advancements in Arad. He bring technology advancements and opportunities for the studies.

Following are some steps taken by Nisan Ben Hamo for his people:

  1. Dysentery Outbreak in Northern Negev City of Arad

Nisan takes good decisions for his people. In the northern city of Arad, Jewish families are struggling with a disease commonly found in Third World settings.

However, parents of four-year-old Leah Esther Schneider, say she was diagnose with diarrhea and eczema, and a week later, her little girl suffered from “hell on earth”: diarrhea, persistent nasal bleeding and sleepless nights with her parents.

It turns out that the food supplied in the public school system is not inspect as it is now, because of the city’s budget cuts. They also found that food entered the city at incorrect temperatures and fell below the standards of the Ministry of Health, causing dozens of children to fall ill.

She added; “The mayor’s office said the supplier’s contract has been withdrawn. However, at the end of the day, parents do not trust food right now.

Parents are taking turns checking their food, at least for now, Schneider said.

On August 11, 2015, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that 1,200 non-Jewish African asylum seekers should be released from the Hu lot Desert detention center, where they concentrated by Netanyahu’s government. The reason for the decision: Asylum seekers have held there for more than a year. In addition, are once again surround by barbed wire, inadvertently undermining their dignity, even if Israel’s laws for non-Jews, non-white citizens, are diminish.

Two weeks later, a day before the Supreme Court’s deadline, Israel began releasing 1,200 asylum seekers, each offering only 64 shackles ($16) in bus fares and parole visas, prohibiting them from working or living in Israeli cities in Africa’s largest communities such as Tel Aviv and Yalat.

On August 25, 2015, when asylum seekers began traveling the country hoping to find paid employment and shelter, Arad Mayor Nisan Ben Hamo announced on his Facebook page that he had ordered local law enforcement to police at the entrance to the city and prevent any Africans from entering Arad.

Ben Hamo’s efforts were very successful: only a handful of asylum seekers managed to enter Arad during the day.

When the sun began to set, Mondoweiss went to Arad to interview local residents and asked them how they felt about the mayor’s announcement. Of all those who are willing to say what they think in front of the room, only one expressed their support for the asylum seeker, a Palestinian citizen of Israel.

  • No right for Haredi-dominated town to exist in Negev

Nisan Ben Hamo, a member of the Yesh Atid party, spoke two years ago in a long dispute between elderly residents and members of the growing Arad Thor community to take control of the local synagogue.

Since 2010, members of Arad’s ethnic religion and the Chabad community have accused the Gul community of taking control of the disputed synagogue.

The line has raised fears that demographic changes in the city could turn secular and ethnic religious residents into minorities in the coming years.

In a recent interview with Darum Radio, Ben Hamo warned that if the Likud group forms an alliance with the Gol community and faces a run-in in this year’s elections, it would effectively hand over Arad control to the Flower Movement, leading to a complete demographic shift.

A Likud victory would “regain control of The Hasim Flower,” allowing them to once again manage the city’s municipal agenda and restore the city years ago.

“This means that Arad will roll off the red carpet (encouraging Hasidim Flowers to move there), just as I did before I was mayor, and Arad is likely to be 40% of Halliday. “There is no reason for such a town in Negev. I am telling you, financially, he has no right to live.

  • Livingston Robotics Students Welcome Israeli Mayor to United States

Nisan Ben Hamo, a member of the Yesh Atid party, spoke two years ago in a long dispute between elderly residents and members of the growing Arad Thor community to take control of the local synagogue.

Since 2010, members of Arad’s ethnic religion and the Chabad community have accused the Gul community of taking control of the disputed synagogue.

The line has raised fears that demographic changes in the city could turn secular and ethnic religious residents into minorities in the coming years.

In a recent interview with Darum Radio, Ben Hamo warned that if the Likud group forms an alliance with the Gol community and faces a run-in in this year’s elections, it would effectively hand over Arad control to the Flower Movement, leading to a complete demographic shift.

The reception was open to all high school students who heard The Mayor of Nissan Ben Hamo talk about the National Jewish Fund and its goals in the city of Nev. Livingston Mayor Al Anthony and council member Michael Vieira were in New Jersey at the invitation of the Central Division of the National Jewish Fund (JNF).

Livingston High School students Aden Wisniewski, Ellie Mentz, Shoria Bansar, Sham Malidi, Pierce Rubenstein, David Samurkin and Ariane Bansal – as well as educators Jenny Ziobro and James Novotny – with students from Arad and Israel Phoenix is working to build an alliance to create the first international robot for the 2019-2020 FTC season. Barre will take control of The Hasim Flower.” To restore the city.

“This means that Arad will roll off the red carpet (encouraging Hasidim Flowers to move there), just as I did before I was mayor, and Arad is likely to be 40% of Halliday. “There is no reason for such a town in Negev. I am telling you, financially, he has no right to live.

When they visit Livingston in December, Firestorm members will meet with their Israeli teammates to assemble international robots and then participate in the first FTC Robot Championship.

In addition to collaborating on robots, collaboration aims to build a “bridge of life” between team members and communities that allows students to learn with different cultures and skills to interact in a positive and productive way.

Novotny, now retired from Livingston Public School, says this will be the first time a truly international robotics team has competed in an FTC robot competition.

Rabbi Robert Tobin, Phyllis Bernstein, Randy Brookman, Jerry Kimowitz and Michael Landau hosted the event.

They explained that the mayor of Hamo, who was born and raised in Arad, was a descendant of one of the founders of the City of Israel. He served in the IDF from 1992 to 1998 and is currently commander of the Military Reserve Forces.

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