When the spies enter the land of Canaan, they collect different fruits to bring back with them. They cut a cluster of grapes and then we are told: That place was called Wadi Cluster because of the cluster of grapes that the Israelites cut off there. What we are not told is who named the place Wadi Cluster – the Israelite spies or the locals? Seforno suggests that it was the locals. After seeing how the cluster of grapes impressed the spies, the locals named that place Wadi Cluster. This remark is interesting because while we characterize these Israelites as “the spies,” the Bible does not refer to them this way and according to Seforno, the Israelites did not hide their activity from the locals.