Jerusalem-loven

Kjerneinnholdet i brevene Et helt og udelt Jerusalem er Israels hovedstad. Jerusalem skal bli tilgodesett med ekstra midler til utvikling.  

Israel - Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel

{ Adopted: 30 July 1980 / Status: 30 July 1980 } Section 1 Jerusalem, Capital of Israel Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel. Section 2 Seat of the President, the Knesset, the Government and the Supreme Court Jerusalem is the seat of the President of the State, the Knesset, the Government and the Supreme Court. Section 3 Protection of Holy Places The Holy Places shall be protected from desecration and any other violation and from anything likely to violate the freedom of access of the members of the different religions to the places sacred to them or their feelings towards those places. Section 4 Development of Jerusalem (a) The Government shall provide for the development and prosperity of Jerusalem and the well-being of its inhabitants by allocating special funds, including a special annual grant to the Municipality of Jerusalem (Capital City Grant) with the approval of the Finance Committee of the Knesset. (b) Jerusalem shall be given special priority in the activities of the authorities of the State so as to further its development in economic and other matters. (c) The Government shall set up a special body or special bodies for the implementation of this section.
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Kjerneinnholdet i brevene
Et helt og udelt Jerusalem er Israels hovedstad. Jerusalem skal bli tilgodesett med ekstra midler til utvikling.

 

Israel – Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel

{ Adopted: 30 July 1980 / Status: 30 July 1980 } Section 1 Jerusalem, Capital of Israel Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel. Section 2 Seat of the President, the Knesset, the Government and the Supreme Court Jerusalem is the seat of the President of the State, the Knesset, the Government and the Supreme Court. Section 3 Protection of Holy Places The Holy Places shall be protected from desecration and any other violation and from anything likely to violate the freedom of access of the members of the different religions to the places sacred to them or their feelings towards those places. Section 4 Development of Jerusalem (a) The Government shall provide for the development and prosperity of Jerusalem and the well-being of its inhabitants by allocating special funds, including a special annual grant to the Municipality of Jerusalem (Capital City Grant) with the approval of the Finance Committee of the Knesset. (b) Jerusalem shall be given special priority in the activities of the authorities of the State so as to further its development in economic and other matters. (c) The Government shall set up a special body or special bodies for the implementation of this section.

Det er superenkelt å gi en gave til MIFFs arbeid for Israel

Klikk bildet og gi en gave med din mobiltelefon på noen få sekunder. Belastes din neste mobilfaktura.       


Du kan også gi en gave med å sende kodeordet GAVE med SMS til 1948. Standard 250 kroner, skriv eventuelt annet beløp etter GAVE i meldingen. 

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Conrad Myrland (f. 1979) er daglig leder og ansvarlig redaktør i Med Israel for fred (MIFF). Myrland ble i 2020 kåret av The Algemeiner «topp hundre personer som positivt påvirket jødisk liv» og av Jewish News Syndicates «40 mest innflytelsesrike talsmenn for Israel i sosiale medier». Myrland utviklet nettstedet miff.no på sin fritid fra januar 2001 til juli 2007. Fra august 2007 har Myrland arbeidet fulltid for MIFF. Myrland har utdannelse i økonomi og administrasjon fra Høgskolen i Stavanger og internett-studier ved Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. I perioden 2001-2005 var han fungerende redaktør, deskansvarlig og journalist i lokalavisen Solabladet. Myrland har vært medarbeider for MIFFs medlemsavis Midtøsten i fokus siden 1995.

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