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Simeon was the second of the six sons of Jacob and Leah, and the founder of the Israelite Tribe of Simeon. He was a strong and courageous man, and he was known for his quick temper. One day, Simeon and Levi, his brother, came across a group of men who had raped their sister Dinah. In a fit of rage, Simeon and Levi killed all of the men and took their wives and children as captives. This act of violence earned them the enmity of the other tribes of Israel, and they were eventually expelled from the land. Despite his violent nature, Simeon was also a man of great faith. He was one of the twelve spies who were sent into Canaan to scout out the land, and he was one of the only two spies who gave a positive report about the land. Simeon was also one of the twelve men who carried the Ark of the Covenant into the Promised Land. Simeon was a complex and contradictory figure. He was a man of great strength and courage, but he was also a man of violence and anger. Despite his flaws, Simeon was a man of faith, and he played an important role in the history of Israel.