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shekels

(ˈʃɛklæz)
n. dollars; money. (From the Hebrew name for a unit of weight.) You got a few shekels you can spare?
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Tel HaShomer also contacted the ministry on October 6 and demanded a payment of around 216,000 shekels ($55,878) for the costs of Ahmads mother Reham, who succumbed to critical wounds that covered almost 90 percent of her body, on November 7.
The Israeli news source ynet has revealed that the funds to oppose BDS are to come from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and suggested that Strategic Affairs and Information Minister Gilad Erdan reckoned that contributions from Jewish and pro-Israel organisations could see the amount raised swell to 300 million shekels.
Whichever locality controls it will get tens of millions of shekels in development fees and municipal taxes.
5 million Shekels to develop residential complexes surrounding Gaza Strip over five years.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu (Likud) has told his staff to allocate four million shekels (roughly $1.
I've always liked the sound of having a few shekels in my pocket.
Shalom said that by 2015, the transition to gas-based production is expected save the Israeli economy about three billion shekels (about 850 million dollars) per month.
Ameira still had to pay 25,000 shekels ($7,000) to hire a bulldozer and trucks to transport the rubble.
According to the Prime Minister's office, "infiltrators" send up to 500 million shekels out of Israel every year (about US $140 million).
Clal Insurance said it would record a loss of 13 million shekels ($3.
Rising Competition Partner said last month that third-quarter profit declined to 172 million shekels (USD46 million) from 309 million shekels a year earlier as competition increased.
In 2011 Leumi will double the total contribution to this campaign to 2 million shekels, out of its total annual contributions estimated around 30 million shekels
A bag of cement is now worth 25 shekels ($7, E5), at 20 bags per tone," he said.
According to the police, the four were paid thousands of Israeli shekels in exchange for their services.
The 850 million shekels approved for investment a year ago and die government authority headed by Ayman Saif overseeing the program were not affected by the recent political changes.