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al-Eizariya or al-Azariya, sometimes referred to by its medieval name of Bethany, is a city in Area B of the West Bank, Palestine. According to the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, it is the second largest Palestinian city in the Jerusalem Governorate, with a population of 17,606 inhabitants.
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God of the Signs (2013)
Devotional Study of the Eight Miracles of Jesus-God in the Gospel of John by S. Bennett P. John
But today, it is called Al-Eizariya (Arabic meaning “Place ofLazarus”). The reputed tomb ofLazarus is located here. This is at present a West-Bank city. The name Lazarus comes from the Hebrew word Eleazar or Eleazer meaning “God ( has) ...
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Tomb of Lazarus (al-Eizariya)
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