Bar-Ilan ("son of the trees") is a family name using Jewish-Aramaic patronymics, in this case poetically related to Israeli landscape. Bar-, meaning "son of" in the Aramaic language, is equivalent to the word Ben (in Hebrew: בֶּן, son of).
People with the surname Bar-Ilan:
- Meir Bar-Ilan (1880–1949), Orthodox rabbi and leader of Religious Zionism after whom the University, the Jerusalem street, and his grandson are named
Bar-Ilan may also refer to:
- Bar-Ilan, a university in Ramat-Gan, Israel
- Bar Ilan Responsa Project of the Bar-Ilan University
- Bar-Ilan Street, a street in Jerusalem, whose opening on the Sabbath is one of the symbols of the conflict between orthodox and secular Israeli Jews
- Bar-Ilan Speech, a June 2009 peace address by Benjamin Netanyahu, at Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies within Bar-Ilan University, on the topic of the Middle East peace process
|This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
- Gross, Jon (2013-10-28). "Rabbi in the Middle of America: Numerology, Magic, and Jewish Kids attending Hogwarts". Amerabbica.com. Retrieved 2014-03-19.