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 Paran (moshav) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paran was originally founded as a kibbutz in 1971, but was converted into a moshav five years later, in 1976.
It is still primarily an agricultural settlement, producing winter vegetables and flowers for export.
It is named for the adjacent wadi, Nahal Paran. /wiki/Paran?(state)   (100 words)

 Paran, Mount (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
probably the hilly region or upland wilderness on the north of the desert of Paran forming the southern boundary of the Promised Land (Deut. /dictionary/paranmount.html   (24 words)

 Moshav Paran - English
The moshav population is comprised of 67 farming families, of ages 23-52, with 350 children, the oldest of which have finished their army service.
The moshav offers its members a variety of community services including a kindergarten, nursery, members’ club, youth club, swimming pool, garage, exercise room, and a well-stocked library.
The lush public gardens are a source of pride for all moshav members. /region/paran/paran-e.html   (181 words)

Adaron Amar, 20, of Eilat; Sgt. Aviad Deri, 21, of Maale Adumim; Staff-Sgt. Ofer Jerbi, 21, of Moshav Ben-Zakai; Staff-Sgt. Ya'akov (Zelco) Marviza, 25, of Kibbutz Hama'apil; Sgt. Kobi Mizrahi, 20, of Moshav Mata; and Staff-Sgt. Eitan Newman, 21, of Jerusalem.
Nov 8, 2000 - Noa Dahan, 25, of Moshav Mivtahim in the south, was shot to death while driving to her job at the Rafah border crossing in Gaza.
One of the terrorists was killed at the scene; the second, wearing an explosives belt, fled in the direction of a nearby school when he was shot and killed by a soldier and police officer. /2004/nov/11_13.html   (15707 words)

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Paran, Mount - probably the hilly region or upland wilderness on the north of the desert of Paran forming the southern boundary of the Promised Land (Deut.
, (Gen. 21:21), a desert tract forming the north-eastern division of the peninsula of Sinai, lying between the 'Arabah on the east and the wilderness of Shur on the west.
It bears the modern name of Badiet et-Tih, i.e., "the desert of the wanderings." This district, through which the children of Israel wandered, lay three days' march from Sinai (Num. /barkokhba/Masada/masada_05.htm   (642 words)

 Comparative Index to Islam : PARAN
The Israelites left Sinai (after receiving the Law) for the Desert of Paran (Numbers 10:12), on the way passing through Kibroth Hattavah (Numbers 11:34), Hazeroth (Numbers 12:16), and settling at Kadesh [Barnea] of Paran (Numbers 13:26), which is the northern part of the desert.
Muslims argue that Paran refers to the Arabian desert and that Mt. Paran is the Sarawat Mountains.
But if Paran is Mecca, and that Moses is a prophet of Islam, then the obvious conclusion is that Moses was at Mecca and that he must have worshipped at the Ka'aba. /Index/P/paran.html   (550 words)

 Amir Paran Patent Inventor Moshav Arugot, IL
The patent applicatons displayed for Amir Paran are for a recent sample of patent applications.
If Amir Paran filed recent patent applications under another name, spelling or location then those applications could be listed on an alternate page.
Moshav Arugot, IL Method and apparatus for fast contention-free, buffer management in a multi-lane communication system /Amir-Paran-MoshavArugot-invdirp.php   (80 words)

 Muhammadan Objections
denotes the bestowal of the Qur'an, for Paran is one of the mountains near Mecca.
This verse speaks of the extent of country over which the glory of God's manifestation was visible to the Israelites when they were encamped in the desert near Mount Sinai.
A glance at the map will show you that Sinai, Seir, and Paran are three mountains quite close to one another. /islam/library/Tisdall/Objections/p200.htm   (442 words)

Not to be confused with the Sin Desert, which the Israelites crossed much earlier in their journey.
Following a period of unrest among the Israelites, this place was named 'Burning' by Moses to mark the spot where God's fire had consumed the edge of the Israelite camp (Numbers 11:1-3; Deuteronomy 9:22).
A locality possibly in the Paran area north of the Sinai desert, where Moses addressed the Israelites. /books/glosd1.asp?action=displayanchor&glosid=G644   (630 words)

 Bible Study - Wilderness of Paran
Paran is a desert area located in the north-eastern section of the Sinai peninsula, with the Arabah on the east and the wilderness of Shur on the west (see Bible Places).
And God was with the lad, and he grew up; he lived in the wilderness, and became an expert with the bow.
They were placed in a "holding pattern" until all of the disobedient and cowardly ones of adult age had died off (Numbers 32:10-13). /htm2002/20020429.htm   (429 words)

 Enigmatic discoveries at Har Karkom raise questions about acts of faith that took place on Mount Sinai
If the present-day Paran Desert had the same name at the time of the Bible, this mountain is the most likely to have been called Mount Paran because it is the only one which truly has an overview of the desert.
In the background is the landscape of the Paran Desert.
Desert areas open to exploration are troves of unpredictable surprises. /Discoveries.phtml?more=all   (4018 words)

 Boker Tov, Boulder!
Tamar Ben-Eliahu, 20, of Moshav Paran was o... /2003/06/american-assoc.html   (372 words)

 Boker Tov, Boulder!: 06/08/2003 - 06/14/2003
She was a counselor in the youth movement of the Moshav movement and completed a year of community service under the auspices of the movement after high school.
Tamar Ben-Eliahu, 20, of Moshav Paran was one of 17 people killed in a suicide bombing on bus No. 14A on Jaffa Road in the center of Jerusalem on Wednesday, June 11th.
Tamar Ben-Eliahu was buried in the military section of the cemetery in Moshav Poran. /archives/2003_06_08_zioneocon_archive.html   (7910 words)

 Smith's Bible Dictionary (k)
Barnea means, desert of wandering.) This place, the scene of Miriam’s death, was the farthest point which the Israelites reached in their direct road to Canaan; it was also that whence the spies were sent, and where, on their return, the people broke out into murmuring, upon which their strictly penal term of wandering began.
They were a branch of the larger nation of Midian,—from the fact that Jethro, who in Exodus (see (Exodus 2:15,16; 4:19) etc.) is represented as dwelling in the land of Midian, and as priest or prince of that nation, is in (Judges 1:16; 4:11) as distinctly said to have been a Kenite.
and Ken’ites (smiths), The, inhabited the rocky and desert region between southern Palestine and the mountains of Sinai, east of the Gulf of Akabah. /ccel/smith_w/bibledict.k.html   (4543 words)

 Numbers Bible Notes: 10:1-12:16
The desert of Paran: A general reference to the area situated north of the traditional location of Sinai.
12:16 The desert of Paran: Was found immediately south of the region claimed by the tribe of Judah, so the narrations of chapters 13 and 14 took place while they prepared to invade the promised land from the south.
It includes all the localities that they reached before their arrival at the desert of Zin in 20:1. /sc3/wedigmontana/Numbersp5.html   (2121 words)

 BD Amalek, Amalekites
An Arab tribe that lived in the desert of Paran between the Arabah and the Mediterranean, and at one time seem to have ranged as far north as Mount Ephraim (Judg.
The Amalekites were at constant war with the Hebrews from the time of Moses (Ex. /bda/amlkmlkt?sr=1   (273 words)

 U.S. Catholic Bishops - New American Bible
The desert of Zin: north of Paran and southwest of the Dead Sea.
It is quite distinct from "the desert of Sin" near the border of Egypt (Exodus 16:1; 17:1; Numbers 33:11).
So Moses dispatched them from the desert of Paran, as the LORD had ordered. /nab/bible_hold/numbers/numbers13.htm   (835 words)

 Bible Dictionary D
An area of wilderness between the Red Sea of Egypt (the Sea of Reeds) and the Desert of Sinai in the Sinai peninsula.
An area of wilderness between Mount Sinai and the Desert of Zin in the Sinai peninsula.
Abraham and Hagar's son Ishmael lived in the Desert of Paran for a while. /dictionary/bdd.html   (1514 words)

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4) Tamar Ben-Eliyahu, 20, Moshav Paran in the Aravah north of Eilat /hotnews/story/hotnews20030613.html   (484 words)

 What's Bothering Rashi: Devarim
The Moshav Zekanim does not offer any answer to this question and therefore says these place-names are in fact places.
These are the words - Rashi: Because these are words of reproof and [because] he (Moses) intended to recount here all the places where they angered the Almighty, he therefore said these words in an obscure manner and only mentioned them in hints in order to show the importance of the honor of Israel.
He begins each one of the five books of the Torah with a comment that refers in one way or another to the specialness of Israel. /torahportion/rashi/Whats_Bothering_Rashi_Devarim.asp   (774 words)

 ForMinistry - vsItemDisplay
Kadesh A town in the desert of Paran southwest of the Dead Sea, near the southern border of Israel and western border of Edom.
Israel camped at Kadesh while he twelve tribal leaders explored the promised land of Canaan.
God's rule over people, both in this life and in the life to come. /vsItemDisplay.dsp&objectID=457DB1AC-7612-4E4A-B9DC370B476A7492&method=display   (53 words)

 My 'Open Challenge' response #5 - Answering the site.
Here the desert of Paran means the region of Paran, which would be either at or near Mecca.
The Bible clearly says that Paran is south of Sinai in Egypt; "He said: 'The LORD came from Sinai and dawned over them from Seir; he shone forth from Mount Paran.
Abdullah further claims that Paran is Mecca which, of course, is not accurate, but we'll get to that shortly. /open_challenge_response5.htm   (18167 words) - Paran (Biblical Proper Names) - Encyclopedia
Paran[pA´ran] Pronunciation Key, desert, the eastern region of the Sinai peninsula.
In accounts in the Bible, Ishmael settled there. - Paran (Biblical Proper Names) - Encyclopedia /encyclopedia/P/Paran.html   (142 words)

Verse 3: Moshe sent them from the desert of Paran by the word of Ad-noy; all of them [were] men of distinction, they were the heads of Bnei Yisroel.
Verse 33: Your children, they shall be wanderers in the desert for forty years, and they will bear [the burden of] your dissoluteness, until the last of your corpses are in the desert.
Verse 32: Bnei Yisroel were in the desert, and they found a man gathering wood on the day of the Shabbos. /metsudah/m04t.html   (3043 words)

 Parashat Korach - Rabbi Pinchas Frankel
These characteristics, as Pirke Avot states in the name of Rabbi Elazar HaKappar, "Jealousy, excessive desire in general, and desire for honor, in particular, remove a person from the world," (Avot, 4:28) as Korach himself literally was so removed.
But when they came to the Desert of Paran, they were burnt in the fire at Taverah (BaMidbar 11:1-3; because they assumed the attitude, for no apparent reason, of complainers), and many died at Kivrot HaTaavah, (when they sinned by complaining about their vegetarian diet - BaMidbar 11:4-34)."
I wish to focus on the question of why this revolt happened specifically "here and now," in the Desert of Paran, after the sin of the "Meraglim," the "Spies," who misreported concerning Eretz Yisrael with disastrous consequences, somewhat comparably to the way the media, in general, portrays Israel today. /TORAH/frankel/5759/korach59.htm   (1289 words)

 The New American Bible - IntraText
The Israelites moved on from the desert of Sinai by stages, until the cloud came to rest in the desert of Paran.
In the second year, on the twentieth day of the second month, the cloud rose from the Dwelling of the commandments.
Moses said, "Please, do not leave us; you know where we can camp in the desert, and you will serve as eyes for us. /archive/ENG0839/_P3O.HTM   (853 words)

 Ezra Fowler - "Geborei" notes1
"And the children of Israel journeyed on their journeys out of the desert of Sinai; and the cloud rested in the desert of Paran." /~grist/golpub/fowler/paulup/geborei/gebnote1.htm   (626 words)

 Pashah Summary
Kivroth HaTa’avah was in the desert of Paran, and that is where they camped after this journey.
It is fitting for you to do this [i.e., remain with us] since you are familiar with the places in which we will camp in the desert and you saw the miracles and wonders done for us.
Once the banner of Judah had set out, Aaron and his sons went in, took down the parocheth curtain and covered the Ark with it, as it says, “When the camp is about to travel, Aaron and his sons shall come” (4:5). /parshah/rashi/rashi.asp?AID=36744&p=5&iSedra=1113&tDate=6/19/2003   (1009 words)

 The Sons of Jacob at War with the Sons of Esau
At last, however, in the battle that took place in the desert of Paran, the sons of Esau gained a decisive victory.
In the encounters that ensued between the hostile forces, the sons of Esau were defeated again and again, partly on account of treachery in their own ranks, for their men sometimes deserted to the enemy while the combat was on.
The sons of Seir, on their part, also sought allies, and they secured the help of the children of the East, and of the Midianites, who put warriors at their disposal. /ebooks/LegJew2/00000042.htm   (1380 words)

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