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Hatikva in English
Israel's national anthem

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Hatikva in Arabic
هاتيكفا (الأمل), النشيد الوطني لدولة إسرائيل

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Hatikva in Spanish
himno nacional de Israel

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Hatikva in Portuguese
Hatikva, hino nacional Israelense

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Hatikva in Turkish
Hatikva, İsrail'in milli marşı

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Hatikva in Italian
Hatikva, inno nazionale israeliano

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Hatikva in French
Hatikva, hymne national d'israël

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Hatikva in German
Hatikva, Israels Nationalhymne

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Hatikva in Japanese
ハティクバ, イスラエルの国家

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Hatikva in Hebrew
שכונת התקווה (שכונת מצוקה בדרום תל-אביב)

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Hatikva in Korean
하티크바, 이스라엘의 애국가

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Hatikva in English
"Hatikvah" (, , lit. English: "The Hope") is the national anthem of Israel. Its lyrics are adapted from a poem by Naftali Herz Imber, a Jewish poet from Złoczów (today Zolochiv, Ukraine), then part of the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Austria-Hungary. Imber wrote the first version of the poem in 1877, while the guest of a Jewish scholar in Iași, Romania. The romantic anthem's theme reflects the Jews' 2,000-year-old hope of returning to the Land of Israel, restoring it, and reclaiming it as a sovereign nation.

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