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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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Refusing to backtrack or apologise, Sisra, who is a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) asked Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor to undergo a dope test to prove innocence.
Earlier in the day, Sisra Deputy Commissioner Prabhjot Singh said that the blockades have been installed at all points since the judgment is coming tomorrow.
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.
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Enemies of the Jews, such as the Biblical Amalek, Sisra, Sancherib and Nebuchadnezzar, and the Roman Titus and Hadrian, attempted to eradicate the Jewish people by force, conquest and the sword.