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Michmas

(mĭk`măs) or

Michmash

(–măsh), town, c.8 mi (12.9 km) NE of Jerusalem. It is identified with modern Mukhmas (West Bank). In the Bible, it was a bivouac of Jonathan in his Philistine wars.
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In November 9, Israel's planning committee for construction in the West Bank approved the construction of about 2,200 new housing units in Maaleh Michmash settlement complex, east of Ramallah, in addition to a plan to erect two settlement outposts in the area.
Under the plan, by 2030 there will be 800 homes in Maaleh Michmash, which serves as the central land reserve in the region, while 300 more homes will be added to Kochav Hashahar.
Rehan 24, in Ateret 18, in Susia 15 and Maaleh Michmash 11.
A literal type of Job, since he "lost his wife and every child, one after the other" (Trumbull Slosson 1969:7), Jerry chooses a single line from Isaiah -- "At Michmash he hath laid up his carriages" (Is 10, 28), referring to Assyrians sent by the Lord to castigate His people in the land of Judah -- and repeats it on every possible occasion, including the moment of dying, as if it were his private exorcism, a lucky spell cast against misfortune.
d) Following the victory over the Philistines in the battle of Michmash (1 Sam.
The dailies said Israel's planning committee for construction in the West Bank approved the construction of around 2,200 new settler housing units in the illegal Maaleh Michmash settlement complex, east of Ramallah, in addition to a plan to legalize two settlement outposts in the area.
On Monday, Israel's planning committee for construction in the West Bank approved the construction of another 2,200 new housing units in Maaleh Michmash settlement complex, east of Ramallah, and a plan to regularize two settlement outposts in the area.
The plan included the settlements of Maaleh Michmash, Rimonim, Kochav Hashahar, Tel Zion and Psagot, and the area south of the settlement of Ofra, Haaretz said.
This came after Israel's planning committee for construction in the West Bank approved the construction of about 2,200 new housing units in Maaleh Michmash settlement complex, east of Ramallah, and a plan to erect two settlement outposts in the area.
The plan includes the settlements of Maaleh Michmash, Rimonim, Kochav Hashahar, Tel Zion and Psagot, and the area south of the settlement of Ofra, Haaretz said.