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15 The pronouncement against Moʹab:+ Because in the night it has been despoiled, Ar+ of Moʹab itself has been silenced. Because in the night it has been despoiled, Kir+ of Moʹab itself has been silenced. 2 He has gone up to The House and to Diʹbon,*+ to the high places, to a weeping. Over Neʹbo+ and over Medʹe·ba+ Moʹab itself howls. On all heads in it there is baldness;+ every beard is clipped. 3 In its streets they have girded on sackcloth.+ Upon the roofs+ thereof* and in the public squares thereof everyone thereof howls, going down with weeping.+ 4 And Heshʹbon and E·le·aʹleh+ cry out. As far as Jaʹhaz+ their voice has been heard. That is why the armed men of Moʹab themselves keep shouting. His very soul has quivered within him. 5 My own heart cries out over Moʹab himself.+ The runaways thereof are as far along as Zoʹar+ [and] Egʹlath-she·liʹshi·yah.+ For on the ascent of Luʹhith+—with weeping [each] one goes up on it; for on the way to Hor·o·naʹim+ they arouse the outcry about the catastrophe. 6 For the very waters of Nimʹrim+ become sheer desolations. For the green grass has dried up, the grass has come to an end; nothing has become green.+ 7 That is why the leftovers and their stored goods that they have put up, they keep carrying them away right over the torrent valley of the poplars. 8 For the outcry has gone around the territory of Moʹab.+ The howling thereof is clear to Eg·laʹim; the howling thereof is clear to Beʹer-eʹlim, 9 because the very waters of Diʹmon have become full of blood. For upon Diʹmon I shall place additional things, such as a lion for the escapees of Moʹab who escape and for the remaining ones of the ground.+