According to the Hebrew Bible, the territory of the Israelite tribes of Asher and Naphtali extended into present-day Lebanon as far as Sidon in the north.These tribes formed part of the united Kingdom of Israel and then the northern kingdom of the same name. 732 BCE and deported its population, a fate which befell the rest of the northern kingdom in c. The New Testament also refers to Jesus's sojourn around Mount Hermon which appears to take for granted Jewish presence in this locality.During the Greater Lebanon period, two Jewish newspapers were founded, the Arabic language Al-Alam al-Israili (the Israelite World) and the French Le Commerce du Levant, an economic periodical which still publishes (though it is now owned by non-Jews).
According to reports, a fan shoved a phone in Khalifa’s face to take a selfie without asking permission, at which point Khalifa punched the fan in the jaw.
The Twitter account Hooligan Baseball tweeted a video of Khalifa being escorted from the building at the same time that a Dodger's player hit a walk-off home run.
Some people also add the locality of Qana (near Tyre in Lebanon) but the Bible clearly avoids confusion by referring to it as "Qana of Galilee".
Following the Bar Kokhba Revolt against Rome in 132 CE, several Jewish communities were established in Lebanon.
There has been widespread speculation that this was a publicity stunt by the star, who recently exposed a Cubs player who repeatedly sent her direct messages on Twitter.
She responded to the video by tweeting: 'Fake news.'The Cub's fan also posted two other videos from the game to Twitter.Caliph Muawiya (642–680) established a Jewish community in Tripoli, Lebanon. The Jewish Academy was established in Tyre in 1071.In the 19th century, hostility between the Druze and Maronites communities led many Jews to leave Deir al Qamar, with most moving to Hasbaya by the end of the century.In 1911, Jews from Italy, Greece, Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt and Iran moved to Beirut, expanding the community there with more than 5,000 additional members.Articles 9 and 10 of the 1926 Constitution of Lebanon guaranteed the freedom of religion and provided each religious community, including the Jewish community, the right to manage its own civil matters, including education, and thus the Jewish community was constitutionally protected, a fact that did not apply to other Jewish communities in the region.A Hebrew signifying a "young woman ", unmarried as well as married, and thus distinct from bethulah , "a virgin" (see Hebrew Lexicons ).