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The Land:The Land:

The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.

The Man:The Man:

Israel probably means something like "who fights with God", which is obviously appropriate for Jacob. Biblically this name comes from Genesis 32:28Genesis 32:28.

The Land:

The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.

The Man:

Israel probably means something like "who fights with God", which is obviously appropriate for Jacob. Biblically this name comes from Genesis 32:28.

The Land:

The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.

The Man:

Israel probably means something like "who fights with God", which is obviously appropriate for Jacob. Biblically this name comes from Genesis 32:28.

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The Land:

The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.

The Man:

Israel probably means something like "who fights with God", which is obviously appropriate for Jacob. Biblically this name comes from Genesis 32:28.

The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.

The Land:

The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.

The Man:

Israel probably means something like "who fights with God", which is obviously appropriate for Jacob. Biblically this name comes from Genesis 32:28.

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The twelve tribes were descendent from and culturally identified with the twelve sons of Israel (i.e. Jacob), so it makes sense that the land they occupied was know as the land of Israel rather than the land of Abraham.