How can you say the OT never mentions Jesus by name?

Jesus Hebrew name is הושע, and the Hebrew word for salvation is ישועה or ישע.

Odd that Jews and atheists argue that Jesus name never appeared in the OT. But God says his name over a hundred times to Israel, mostly within the clearly messianic passages.
Update: His name in Hebrew is Yeshua which means Yah is salvation. The English name Jesus is the equivalent to his Hebrew name. the Hebrew word salvation is written sometimes written as Yeshua and it is read as that.
Update 2: Yeshua/Jesus is salvation. When God is talking about his salvation in a personal way He is obviously referring to a person. Isaiah 62:11"Behold, YHWH has proclaimed unto the end of the world. Say ye to the daughter of Zion, Behold thy YESHUA[ Jesus/salavation] cometh; behold, His reward is with Him, and His... show more Yeshua/Jesus is salvation. When God is talking about his salvation in a personal way He is obviously referring to a person. Isaiah 62:11"Behold, YHWH has proclaimed unto the end of the world. Say ye to the daughter of Zion, Behold thy YESHUA[ Jesus/salavation] cometh; behold, His reward is with Him, and His work before Him."
Update 3: Jesus actually doesn't mean anything it's a translation of a translation. The greek is for son of Zeus is Dios uios not Iesous.
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