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When the Ish Yisroel saw that they were in danger (for the army was hard-pressed), then the people did hide themselves in me’arot (caves), and in thickets, and among rocks, and in towers, and in borot (pits).

And some of the Ivrim (Hebrews) went over Yarden to Eretz Gad and Gil‘ad. As for Sha’ul, he was yet in Gilgal, and kol HaAm followed him fearfully trembling.

And he tarried shivat yamim, according to the mo’ed (set time) that Shmuel had appointed; but Shmuel came not to Gilgal; and HaAm started slipping away from him.

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