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Je·hosh·a·phat

 (jə-hŏsh′ə-făt′, -hŏs′-) or Je·hos·a·phat (-hŏs′-) Ninth century bc.
King of Judah who formed an alliance with the kingdom of Israel.

Jehoshaphat

(dʒɪˈhɒʃəˌfæt; -ˈhɒs-)
n
1. (Bible) the king of Judah (?873–?849 bc) (I Kings 22:41–50)
2. (Bible) the site of Jehovah's apocalyptic judgment upon the nations (Joel 4:14)

Je•hosh•a•phat

(dʒɪˈhɒʃ əˌfæt, -ˈhɒs-)

n.
a king of Judah who reigned in the 9th century B.C. I Kings 22:41–50.
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Mutawi, Jordan in the 1967 War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 72; Jerusalem, Israel State Archive (hitherto ISA), Hez/19/4327, Herzog to Israel's Representatives, 31 December 1963; Yehoshafat Harkabi, "The Arab-Israeli Conflict from the Israeli Viewpoint" (Hebrew), Skira hodshit, 1 (1966): 13, 22; Michael Oren, Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), 13.