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Use "sabra" in a sentence
"Speaking of "native culture" the real natives, the Palestinians, are not subject of debate but rather the "sabra" as a starting point of "civilization" allegedly connecting directly back to biblical times, so the Israelis argumentation."
"The creation of a "New Man" which finds its expression in the "sabra" cult, can teach much about the "ideological makeup of the new Jewish society" that settled in Palestine, so the author."
"A "sabra" is merely a Jew who was born in Palestine, i.e., the son or daughter of an immigrant from Poland,"