Nehushtan


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to Nehushtan: Asherah

Nehushtan

(nēhŭsh`tăn), in the Bible, brazen serpent made by Moses. It was eventually worshiped by the Israelites, and Hezekiah destroyed it.
References in periodicals archive ?
Yet on 26 July, as a reluctant but determined IDF ground push drew closer, General Nehushtan, the head of the IDF's planning directorate and an IAF fighter pilot, told Halutz, "Without a major ground campaign, the IDF [cannot] stop the Katyusha rockets.
On December 4, the Jerusalem Post quoted Israeli Air Force commander Major-General Ido Nehushtan as saying that the IAF was preparing "a wide range of options" for an operation against Iran.
On 4 December, the Jerusalem Post quoted Israeli Air Force commander Maj-Gen Ido Nehushtan as saying that the IAF was preparing 'a wide range of options' for an operation against Iran.
Ido Nehushtan tells Newsweek regarding Hizbullah's attack against an Israeli warship off the coast of Lebanon.
We need to put Hezbollah out of business,' Brigadier-General Ido Nehushtan said.
The author describes Nehushtan, a form of the word for serpent, as an ancient relic associated with the miraculous healings in the wilderness (Numbers 21:8-9).
The film is presented as a black comedy (adapted from a novel, Returning Lost Loves, by Yehoshua Kenaz) that is centered on an apartment building in Nehushtan, a working class neighborhood in Tel Aviv that borders Jaffa.
80) Similarly, Olyan's proposed linking of Nehushtan (Num.
Former fighter pilot Amir Eshel replaced Ido Nehushtan in the key post.
In statements reported by the Israeli Radio, Nehushtan added, "since neighboring countries are being equipped with increasingly advanced weaponry which could end up in the hands of terrorists.
The air force has marked another important milestone in the development of UAVs," The Jerusalem Post quoted OC Air Force Major General Ido Nehushtan, as saying.
Ido Nehushtan recently said, adding that all it would take to launch an operation was a decision by the political echelon.