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Dafir (Zafir, Zefir), one of the great Bedouin tribes of Arabia, occupying all the north-eastern part of the peninsula between Nejd and the Lower Euphrates. They comprise six main branches : Beni Said, el-Areif, Ab'edra'a, el-Na'alim, el-Feluh, and el-Messamir, with a large number of subdivisions. Their domain is limited on the north-west by that of the Anezeh Bedouins, and on the north by the Montefiks of the Euphrates Valley.

“Our duty as Christians is always to keep heaven in our eye and the earth under our feet.”
–Matthew Henry, Commentary, Genesis 1