Israel Belkind (Belarusian: Ізраэль Белкінд; 1861–1929) was a Jewish educator, author, writer, historian and founder of the Bilu movement. A pioneer of the First Aliyah, Belkind founded the Biluim, a group of Jewish idealists aspiring to settle in the Land of Israel with the political purpose to redeem Eretz Yisrael and re-establish the Jewish State on it.

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  • Israël Belkind (ישראל בלקינד) (1861-1929) fut un éducateur, un écrivain et l'un des fondateurs du mouvement Bilou. (fr)
  • Israel Belkind (* 14. April 1861 in Logoisk nahe Minsk; † 30. September 1929 in Berlin) war Pädagoge und einer der Gründer von Bilu, einer jüdischen Bewegung zur Besiedlung Eretz Israels noch vor Einsetzen des politischen Zionismus. (de)
  • Israel Belkind (Belarusian: Ізраэль Белкінд; 1861–1929) was a Jewish educator, author, writer, historian and founder of the Bilu movement. A pioneer of the First Aliyah, Belkind founded the Biluim, a group of Jewish idealists aspiring to settle in the Land of Israel with the political purpose to redeem Eretz Yisrael and re-establish the Jewish State on it. (en)
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  • 1861-4-14
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  • Russian historian (en)
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  • Israël Belkind (ישראל בלקינד) (1861-1929) fut un éducateur, un écrivain et l'un des fondateurs du mouvement Bilou. (fr)
  • Israel Belkind (* 14. April 1861 in Logoisk nahe Minsk; † 30. September 1929 in Berlin) war Pädagoge und einer der Gründer von Bilu, einer jüdischen Bewegung zur Besiedlung Eretz Israels noch vor Einsetzen des politischen Zionismus. (de)
  • Israel Belkind (Belarusian: Ізраэль Белкінд; 1861–1929) was a Jewish educator, author, writer, historian and founder of the Bilu movement. A pioneer of the First Aliyah, Belkind founded the Biluim, a group of Jewish idealists aspiring to settle in the Land of Israel with the political purpose to redeem Eretz Yisrael and re-establish the Jewish State on it. (en)
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  • Israel Belkind (de)
  • Israël Belkind (fr)
  • Israel Belkind (en)
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