Nephtoah

Nephtoah

(nĕftō`ə), in the Bible, fountain, on the border between Judah and Benjamin. The site is identified with the modern Me Neftoah (Israel).
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After the Nakba the inhabitants emigrated to Jeruslam, Ramallah and Jordan; today there are about 3,000 of them in Jerusalem and 15,000 to 20,000 in Jordan and Ramallah.The village is about 15 minutes from Jerusalem by car as it is situated on the highway linking the city's various neighbourhoods and settlements which extends as far as the eastern Arab districts such as Sheikh Jarah, Wadi al-Juz, al-Tor, the Hebrew University, French Hill, the Knesset and the Israeli museum, the central bus station ,the House of the Nation and other places to the West.Nephtoah, Nephth, Clepsta and then LiftaAwda explained that Lifta was a Canaanite settlement until 2000 BC when it was called Nephtoah; then during the Roman and Byzantine times, it was known as Nephtho.