Jabin


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Jabin

(jā`bĭn), in the Bible, name of two kings of Hazor.
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Jabin, King of Hazor, (up yonder above Dan,) called all the sheiks about him together, with their hosts, to make ready for Israel's terrible General who was approaching.
Deborah, the prophetess, told Barak to take ten thousand men and sally forth against another King Jabin who had been doing something.
ICRC spokesperson in Yemen Sitara Jabin told TAP this morning the International Committee of the Red Cross "is making every effort to free the abducted Tunisian staffer.
Rebels claimed they ran Daesh militants from the village of Tal Jabin earlier this week, while Syrian government forces and its allies continued a major ground offensive toward Aleppo city Monday.
Chief executive Jabin Cussins continues the Cussins legacy with high quality builds, designed to blend with their historic surroundings, featuring heritage brick, slate and sandstone.
A rebel fighter and a group monitoring the war said Islamic State fighters took control of part of the towns of Ahras and Tel Jabin, about 12 km north of Aleppo, before being pushed back.
The police submitted that the accused attacked vehicle of PML-N Women Wing president of UC-113, Memona Jabin, and killed her along with two security guards and a passer-by over old enmity near Old Ravi Bridge in 2011.
Join Smircich and videographer Darrell Jabin at 3 p.
Addressing a joint press conference here at Nowshera Press Club, the representatives of Lady Health Workers (LHWs) Kosar Jabin along with Zakiya, Farida Bibi and others said the provincial health department had not paid them salaries of the last seven months
Jabin and his family are believed to have gained Rs50,000 (Dh2,895) per kilo of the smuggled gold, which amounts to a total of more than Rs62 million.
The Army air force targeted terrorists' gatherings in the area surrounding the Artisans Association, south of Tal Jabin, Anadan, Hreitan and Mayr in Aleppo and its countryside, eliminating tens of them and destroying their vehicles.
under the leadership of the Israelite judge Deborah, and the army of Jabin commanded by Sisera, in the mid-I 2th century B.