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Hazael (ruled 886 to 840 B.C.) was a king of Aramea after killing the rightful king, Ben Hadad II and was a thorn in the side of Israel as predicted by the prophet Elijah. His story is recorded in the II Kings in the Old Testament of the Bible.

The name Hazael means "whom god has seen" in Hebrew.[1]


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