4Who accepted of it according to the common decree of the city, as being desirous to live in peace, and suspecting nothing: but when they were gone forth into the deep, they drowned no less than two hundred of them. 5When Judas heard of this cruelty done unto his countrymen, he commanded those that were with him to make them ready. 6And calling upon God the righteous Judge, he came against those murderers of his brethren, and burnt the haven by night, and set the boats on fire, and those that fled thither he slew. 7And when the town was shut up, he went backward, as if he would return to root out all them of the city of Joppa.8But when he heard that the Jamnites were minded to do in like manner unto the Jews that dwelt among them, 9He came upon the Jamnites also by night, and set fire on the haven and the navy, so that the light of the fire was seen at Jerusalem two hundred and forty furlongs off. 10Now when they were gone from thence nine furlongs in their journey toward Timotheus, no fewer than five thousand men on foot and five hundred horsemen of the Arabians set upon him.