AHLAB (a'lăb, Heb. ’ahlāv, fat or fruitful). A town of Asher whose inhabitants the Israelites were not able to drive out (Judg.1.31). Some identify Ahlab with Gush Chaleb or Giscala, in the hills NW of the [[Sea of Galilee]], home of John of Giscala.
AHLAB ä’ lăb (אַחְלָ֤ב). A town of Asher, prob. located at Khirbet el-Mahalib, c. four m. NE of Tyre. Asher did not drive out the Canaanite inhabitants of the town (Judg 1:31).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
A town of Asher. It is clear, however, that the Israelites failed to drive away the original inhabitants (Jud 1:31). Some have identified Ahlab with Gush Halab or Geschila, Northwest of the [[Sea of Galilee]].