Shiloah

Shiloah

(shīlō`ə), variant of SiloamSiloam
, pool, SW corner of Jerusalem in the Kidron valley, mentioned in the Bible. A nearby 1,700-foot-long (518 m) tunnel, dating from the time of Hezekiah, diverted water underneath Jerusalem to the pool inside the city wall; it deprived the invading Assyrians of water during
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The street is named Olei Haregel ("The Pilgrims"), after the Jews who used it to ascend to the Temple Mount from Shiloah Pool.
She "accidentally" meets Reuven Shiloah (Zaslanski / Zaslani, later the first Head of the Mossad, Israel's intelligence agency).
All of the deals in the areas of City of David and Shiloah village were carried out legally and legitimately, that's it," he said, using the Hebrew name for two parts of Silwan where Jews resided.
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The groundwork had been laid secretly by Reuven Shiloah, the founding director of Mossad, as part of what he called a "peripheral alliance strategy.
This name (Shelah in Hebrew) conveys the idea of stretching out and releasing (from the root sh-l-h), but it is also associated with the waters of Shiloah that flow softly (Isa.
Shiloah tells us that, "Jews must forever mourn the destruction of the 2nd temple .
An ancient Hebrew inscription, the Shiloah Inscription, was found in this tunnel.
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