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Sisera

(ˈsɪsərə)
n
(Bible) a defeated leader of the Canaanites, who was assassinated by Jael (Judges 4:17–21)
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GCS plateforme SISRA agence regionale de sante (ARS) Rhone-Alpes DSPRO, 241 rue Garibaldi, CS 93383
Thus far, the SCTA has established nine visitor centers at a cost of SR15 million in the following locations: Shuaib Caves (Shuaib Maghiar) in Tabuk, Sisra Well (Bir Sisra) and A'medat Al Trajajeel (Rajajeel Columns) in Sakaka, Jiba Heritage Village and Al Shwaimis Archaeological site in Hail, Um Samnan site in Al Rass, Al Khoraiba and Al Akma archaeological sites in Al Ula, and the Visitor Center of Madain Saleh.
A four- member Special Investigation Team ( SIT) visited Sisra last week.
To religious and observant Jews, it's the battle of Devorah against the armies of Sisra, it's where the Tribes of Naftali, Dan, and Asher lived, it's where the scholars and sages in Tiberias studied, it's the center of Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, in Zefat.
Kumar, Sandeep,-2009, Passive integrating radon studies for Environmental monitoring Sisra district, Haryana, India using solid state nuclear track detectors, Indian J.
It lists previous Jewish seductresses, such as Yael the wife of Hever, who the Bible says lured Sisra, the enemy chief of staff, into her tent.