Shinar


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Shinar

(shī`när), in the Bible, the whole or a part of Babylonia.

Shinar

Old Testament the southern part of the valley of the Tigris and Euphrates, often identified with Sumer; Babylonia
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The word 'babel' is derived from the Hebrew-root ''babel'' which means ''to confuse.'' Some Bible scholars suggest that the name ''babel'' comes from the Babylonian word ''bab-ilu'' meaning ''gate of God.'' The place mentioned as Shinar in the Book of Genesis, Chapter 11 is Babylonia.
The prime concern of peace journalism is to enable all the stakeholders in a conflict to share their viewpoints (Kemp, 2005; Shinar, 2003; Ottosen, 2011).
The shift is towards more grass roots level fintech evolution," said Ornit Shinar, Head of Citi Accelerator and Venture Investing.
Babel: The Real Stairway to Heaven (C5, 11.05pm) According to the biblical story, in the generations following the Great Flood, a united humanity came to the land of Shinar and built a city and a tower tall enough to reach Heaven.
Shifman, S., Bronstein, M., Sternfeld, M., Pisante, A., Weizman, A., Reznik, I., Spivak, B., Grisaru, N., Karp, L., Schiffer, R., Kotler, M., Strous, R.D., Swartz-Vanetik, M., Knobler, H.Y., Shinar, E., Yakir, B., Zak, N.B.
(12.) Shinar S, Bibi G, Barzilay L Rubens P, Almog B, Levin I.