Jazer

Jazer

(jā`zər) or

Jaazer

(jā-ā`–), ancient city E of the Jordan River, probably about 10 mi (16.1 km) N of Hisban (Jordan). In the Bible it was assigned to Gad.
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Following an investigation and search of the area, the accused was arrested and admitted that he stole jewellery from a house in the wilayat of Jazer.
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Water supply system to Soqrah and Al Kahel -- Wilayat Al Jazer (Al Wusta Region).
And they saw that the land of Jazer and the land of Gilead was a good place for cattle .
Deeply enmeshed in the history of slavery, the term is thought to originate in the late 19th-century French verb jaser or jazer - to copulate.
Salim Abu Jazer, who lives in the Rafah camp, said: "One child lost her leg and we found a man who had been cut in two.