Yep, according to Ephraim Inbar, head of the Begin-Sadat Center at Bar-Ilan University.
Nothing he's said has not been said by leaders like Ehud Olmert and intelligence chief Ephraim Halevy.
And it was told the house of David, saying, "Syria is confederate with Ephraim."
With “old Ephraim” himself the case is quite different, as we have already said.
Perhaps, as has been surmised, there may be confusion with another Ephraim.
Is not the gleaning of the grapes of Ephraim better than the vintage of Abi-ezer?
Ezra Ray could not have faced a whipping any more courageously than Ephraim.
They were acquaintances of Ephraim, and some of them were his relations.
Solomon had unduly favoured his own tribe by exemptions from the general requisition, and Ephraim fretted under a sense of wrong.
We inquired for Ephraim and de la Grange, but they had not yet arrived.
masc. personal name, in Old Testament, younger son of Joseph; also the tribe descended from him, sometimes used figuratively for "Kingdom of Israel;" Greek form of Hebrew Ephrayim, a derivative of parah "was fruitful" (related to Aramaic pera "fruit").
double fruitfulness ("for God had made him fruitful in the land of his affliction"). The second son of Joseph, born in Egypt (Gen. 41:52; 46:20). The first incident recorded regarding him is his being placed, along with his brother Manasseh, before their grandfather, Jacob, that he might bless them (48:10; comp. 27:1). The intention of Joseph was that the right hand of the aged patriarch should be placed on the head of the elder of the two; but Jacob set Ephraim the younger before his brother, "guiding his hands wittingly." Before Joseph's death, Ephraim's family had reached the third generation (Gen. 50:23).