That thou mayest bear thine own shame
So long as the captivity remains; even until Sodom and Samaria, the Gentiles, and the ten tribes, are called and converted: and mayest be confounded in all that thou hast done;
or, "for all that thou hast done" F5; for and because of all the abominable sins they had been guilty of: in that thou art a comfort to them;
to Sodom and Samaria; countenancing them in their sins; justifying their iniquities, and strengthening their hands in their wickedness, by doing the same, and greater abominations; or in partaking of the same punishment with them, captivity; this being a kind of solace to them, that they were not punished alone; so Jarchi.
F5 (tyve rva lkm) "propter omnia quae fecisti", Junius & Tremellius, Polanus, Piscator.