Halak, Mount

Halak, Mount Jebell Maderah, with which we may probably identify this mountain, lies on the south side of a wady of the same name, five miles south-west of the pass of Sufah, and is a round, isolated hill, with numerous blocks of stone on the base and summit, which Arab tradition ascribes to a destructive shower, as a punishment for inhospitality on the part of the ancient inhabitants (Palmer, Desert of the Exodus, page 351).

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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