Definition of Jericho in English:

Jericho

Line breaks: Jeri|cho
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɛrɪkəʊ
 
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A town in Palestine, in the West Bank north of the Dead Sea.

According to the Bible, Jericho was a Canaanite city destroyed by the Israelites after they crossed the Jordan into the Promised Land; its walls were flattened by the shout of the army and the blast of the trumpets. Occupied by the Israelis since the Six Day War of 1967, in 1994 Jericho was the first area given partial autonomy under the PLO-Israeli peace accord

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