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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Of these, Al Jazer farm in Al Wusta, with an investment of OMR59.5 million has been designed to provide 17,600 tonnes, while Quron and Khuwaima shrimp farms, with investments of OMR14.2 million and 11.3 million, located in South Sharqiyah, will provide outputs of 3,600 and 3,000 tonnes each.
Esmael's son, King Jazer was elected board member in the same provincial district.
Masirah Island and the Wilayat of Al Jazer, targeting at least 150
The word shdema, or field, is also used to describe vineyards: (15) For the fields [shadmot] of Heshbon languish, and the vine of Sibmah, whose choice plants did overcome the lords of nations; they reached even unto Jazer, they wandered into the wilderness; her branches were spread abroad, they passed over the sea)Isa.
Thirteen-year-old Mohammed Abu Jazer from Gaza got a new lease on life last month thanks the voluntary work of Israeli-based humanitarian organization Save a Child's Heart.