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Pirathonite, sect of the Amalekites who lived in the city of Pirathon. Abdon (Judge of Israel) was a Pirathonite.
JUDGES 12:13 And after him Abdon the son of Hillel, a Pirathonite, judged Israel. ( Pirathon a village of the Amalekites.)
Benaiah was a chief captain of King David. He to was a Pirathonite.
There were Amalekites, Ammorites and Hittites all serving in the Israelite military. One of the famous Israelite soldiers who David had killed was Uriah the Hittite, husband of Bathsheba )
Hillel is also connected to the Ephriamites. They were a composite of Chaldeans, Syrians, Egyptians and many more Arab nations.
JUDGES 12:15 Abdon the Pirathonite died, and was buried in Pirathon in the land of Ephraim, in the mount of the Amalekites.
Of Abdon (this Judge of Israel) could have been an Amalekite. That is all the Israelites every were ... a big pot luck of Arabs.
We find Israelite women and men marrying non Israelites through out the bible. Peter (apostle of Christ) is identified as a Canaanite, Moses was identified as an Egyptian and here Abdon is revealed to be a Pirathonite.
Before the flood there was no such thing as an Israelite. After the flood there were no such thing as Israelites for about a thousand years. There were no people on earth in the beginning except for those native Arabs of the middle east.
The first Israelite to exist was Israel's first son. The first Israelites were descendants of Chaldeans and Syrians. They then began to breed with every ARAB of the bible to produce the clan of the Israelites. Of course there were Egyptian, Syrian, Canaanite ... Israelites.
We are not the product of any single set of grandparents, but we are the total of every ancestor we ever had.
The Israelites of the bible were a crock pot of Arabs and NOTHING else.
If you look at those Arab tribes who no longer exist, you will find their descendants scattered through out the Arab nations of the middle east.