Hirah

Hirah

(hī`rə), in the Bible, Judah's father-in-law.
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An illustration of a pair of leather clogs -- CC via Wikimedia Commons Once upon a time, there was a renowned shoemaker in Al Hirah, Iraq, named Hunain, and people came to him from all over the world due to his skill and experience in making high-quality shoes.
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For example, in Genesis 38 the patriarch Judah, father of the tribe of David, settled near the Canaanite Hirah (v.
We are told in Genesis 38:12 that Judah was comforted after the death of his wife by going to Timna to supervise sheep shearing, "he and his friend Hirah the Adullamite," together.
Al Hirah Cafeteria, located in Al Fisht area, has proven to be amongst the most popular locations for 'kadak chai' or strong milk tea.
His sister Hirah, 11, a pupil at Gilbrook School, received hers last year.
But one more interpretive level stands above Kass's defense of this custom or even his exposition of "the heart of marriage." Kass entitles this section of his book "The Other Candidate: the Education of Judah." The "other candidate" alludes to "a certain Adullamite whose name was Hirah": he was Judah's friend.
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