Jer. 20:1 ¬? When the priest Pashhur son of Immer, the chief officer in the temple of the LORD, heard Jeremiah prophesying these things,
Jer. 20:2 he had Jeremiah the prophet beaten and put in the stocks at the Upper Gate of Benjamin at the LORD‚Äôs temple.
Jer. 20:3 The next day, when Pashhur released him from the stocks, Jeremiah said to him, ‚ÄúThe LORD‚Äôs name for you is not Pashhur, but Magor-missabib.
Jer. 20:4 For this is what the LORD says: ‚ÄòI will make you a terror to yourself and to all your friends; with your own eyes you will see them fall by the sword of their enemies. I will hand all Judah over to the king of Babylon, who will carry them away to Babylon or put them to the sword.
Jer. 20:5 I will hand over to their enemies all the wealth of this city‚Äîall its products, all its valuables and all the treasures of the kings of Judah. They will take it away as plunder and carry it off to Babylon.
Jer. 20:6 And you, Pashhur, and all who live in your house will go into exile to Babylon. There you will die and be buried, you and all your friends to whom you have prophesied lies.‚Äô‚Äù
The priest ‚Äúhad‚Äù the prophet beaten. Like it was a decree or a hit. And then he‚Äôs imprisoned which means he would have just sat w/ his wounds for the night and not received any care or help or food, and then released.
The Jews took where their bodies were buried very very seriously, so for him to not have his body buried in Israel would be a real disgrace. It‚Äôs like God doesn‚Äôt even want their dead bodies in His land.