The angel in this incident is referred to as a "satan". The word "satan" does not occur in the Book of Genesis ,  which mentions only a talking serpent  and does not identify the serpent with any supernatural entity. The text describes Satanael as being the prince of the Grigori who was cast out of heaven  and an evil spirit who knew the difference between what was "righteous" and "sinful". Most Jews do not believe in the existence of a supernatural omnimalevolent figure. Conservative Judaism generally rejects the Talmudic interpretation of Satan as a metaphor for the yetzer hara, and regard him as a literal agent of God. Satan is mentioned explicitly in some daily prayers, including during Shacharit and certain post-meal benedictions, as described in Talmud  and the Jewish Code of Law.
Dating Bible Verses
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Relationships and Dating in the Bible
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It is true that the earliest prophets of political Zionism — Moses Hess Rome and Jerusalem, , Leon Pinsker Auto-Emancipation, and Theodor Herzl The Jewish State, — did not draw their inspiration from the Bible, but rather from the great nationalist spirit that swept through Europe at the end of the 19th century. Pinsker and Herzl actually cared little whether the Jews colonized Palestine or any other region of the globe; the first thought about some land in North America, while the second contemplated Argentina and later Uganda. More important still than nationalism, what drove these intellectual pioneers was the persistence of Judeophobia or anti-Semitism: Pinsker, who was from Odessa, converted during the pogroms that followed the assassination of Alexander II; Herzl, at the height of the Dreyfus affair. Zion is a name used for Jerusalem by biblical prophets.