Itamar Ben-Avi (Also Ittamar, Hebrew: איתמר בן אב"י‎‎; born Ben-Zion Ben-Yehuda, בן-ציון בן-יהודה on 31 July 1882, died 8 April 1943) was the son of Deborah and Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, and the stepchild of writer Hemda Ben-Yehuda (née Beila Jonas). Eliezer is credited with reviving the Hebrew language; he and Hemda brought up Itamar to be the first native speaker of Hebrew in the modern era. Ben-Avi worked as a journalist (starting with his father's newspaper HaZvi), and as a Zionist activist.

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  • Itamar Ben-Avi (Also Ittamar, Hebrew: איתמר בן אב"י‎‎; born Ben-Zion Ben-Yehuda, בן-ציון בן-יהודה on 31 July 1882, died 8 April 1943) was the son of Deborah and Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, and the stepchild of writer Hemda Ben-Yehuda (née Beila Jonas). Eliezer is credited with reviving the Hebrew language; he and Hemda brought up Itamar to be the first native speaker of Hebrew in the modern era. Ben-Avi worked as a journalist (starting with his father's newspaper HaZvi), and as a Zionist activist. (en)
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  • 1882-7-31
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  • Israeli politician (en)
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  • Itamar Ben-Avi (Also Ittamar, Hebrew: איתמר בן אב"י‎‎; born Ben-Zion Ben-Yehuda, בן-ציון בן-יהודה on 31 July 1882, died 8 April 1943) was the son of Deborah and Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, and the stepchild of writer Hemda Ben-Yehuda (née Beila Jonas). Eliezer is credited with reviving the Hebrew language; he and Hemda brought up Itamar to be the first native speaker of Hebrew in the modern era. Ben-Avi worked as a journalist (starting with his father's newspaper HaZvi), and as a Zionist activist. (en)
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