Progeny of Shem’s Son Aram Relatively Peaceful Became Israel’s Non-Threatening Northern Neighbor After Ice Age


The stories about Abraham in the Promised Land were brought back to his homeland in Ur of Chaldees (Urkesh) by such as Abraham’s grandson Jacob who had returned there to find a wife, that land in the drainage area of the Chebar (Heber) also much populated by Arameans, progeny of Noah’s grandson Aram, whose son Uz settled the land now called Uzbekistan where Job suffered so dramatically, then redeemed, that story and those about Abraham which probably softened the hearts of the Arameans who caused little trouble for Israel once she was established by Joshua in the Promised Land.