BETH REHOB (bĕth' rē'hŏb, Heb. bêth rehôv, house of Rechob). An Aramean town and district near the valley containing the town Laish or Dan (Judg.18.28). Probably to be identified with Rehob (Num.13.21), the northern limit of the spies’ search. The Ammonites, having needlessly provoked David, hired the men of [[Beth Rehob]] in a futile defense against David’s attack (2Sam.10.1-2Sam.10.19). It is thought to be the modern Hunin, site of the Crusaders’ castle-fortress commanding the Huleh plain.