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State of IsraelHatikvah (The Hope)

ラ嶷クヨシラ・ラ「ラ便ケラ・ラ替キヨシラ慓オヨシラ替クラ・ラ、ヨーヨシラヨエラ燮榴クラ・br> ラヨカラ、ヨカラゥラ・ラ曼ーラ蕃便シラ敦エラ・ ラ蕃便ケラ榴エラ曼クヨシラ・br> ラ便シラ慓ーラ、ヨキラ蹟イラェヨオラ・ラ榴エラ蒙ーラィヨクラ・ラァヨクラ敦エラ燮榴クラ・br> ラ「ヨキラ曼エラ・ラ慓ーラヲヨエラ曼シラ便ケラ・ラヲラ便ケラ、ラ曼クヨシラ・/p>

As long as in the heart, within,
A Jewish soul still yearns,
And towards the end of the East
An eye still watches toward Zion

ラ「ラ便ケラ・ ラ慓ケラ・ラ蹟クラ替ーラ敦クラ・ラェヨエヨシラァヨーラ便クラェヨオララ便シ
ラ磐キラェヨエヨシラァヨーラ便クラ・ラ替クヨシラェ ラゥヨーラ・ラ便ケラェ ラ蹟キラ慓ーラ、ヨキヨシラ曼エラ・br> ラ慓エラ磐ーラ燮便ケラェ ラ「ヨキラ・ ラ輪クラ、ヨーラゥヨエラ・・ラ替ーヨシラ蹟キラィヨーラヲヨオララ便シ
ラ蹟カラィヨカラ・ ラヲヨエラ曼シラ便ケラ・ラ便エラ燮ィラ便シラゥヨクラ・慓キラ曼エラ・/p>

Our hope is not yet lost,
The hope of two thousand years,
To be a free nation in our own land,
The land of Zion and Jerusalem.

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About Anthem

The Hatikvah text was written by the Galician-Jewish poet Naftali Herz Imber in Zolochiv (Ukraine) in 1878 as a nine-stanza poem named Tikvatenu ("Our Hope").

In 1897, at the First Zionist Congress, it was adopted as the anthem of Zionism; later it was arranged by the composer Paul Ben-Haim.

Later the text was edited by the settlers of Rishon LeZion and it underwent a number of other changes until 1948, when the state of Israel was created, and it was unofficially proclaimed as the national anthem of Israel (/source: Wikipedia).