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Rather than being tricked, he himself tricked Delilah (and the Philistines sponsoring her).
On each occasion, the Philistines waited to pounce on him.
She was not agreeing to trap the nemesis of her own people.
Rather, the Philistine leaders “went up” to her and enticed her with a princely sum—1100 pieces of silver from each of them—to put nemesis in chains.
The seasonal stream that runs through the valley continues across the Coastal Plain and eventually hits the Mediterranean.
If the biblical text is referring to this seasonal stream, then Delilah could have lived anywhere along its course—from the highlands of Judah to the Mediterranean coast.
Would not the threat of death by a direct authority be enough?
She did not approach the Philistine leaders, like Judas did with the Jewish leaders when he agreed to betray Jesus.
The biblical text simply states that she was a woman in the Valley of Sorek with whom Samson fell in love (Judges 16:4). He grew up in Zorah, Eshtaol, and Mahaneh Dan (Judges 13:2, 25)—all sites on the northern side of the Valley of Sorek. Perhaps she was a Danite woman, since this territory was associated with Dan for a time.
Or perhaps she was an Ephraimite woman, since the area was also associated with Ephraim.
The exorbitant amount they paid her makes sense if they were asking her to betray one of her own—a leader of her own people, no less!
Samson unwittingly foiled the whole scheme to capture him three times.