In Ⅱ Divre Hayamim 6:24–25, translated according to Rashi's reading of it, Sh'lomo asks Hashem:
And if Your people, Israel, will be beaten before an enemy because [Israel] will have sinned to you, and they return [to You] and admit [their sins] to You and pray and implore You in this house, then You should listen from heaven, forgive the sin of Your nation, Israel, and return them to the land that You have given them and their ancestors.
On the phrase "to the land", Rashi comments:
Because, when they fall and are beaten before their enemies, they grab what they can and bring them in (the?) captivity to another land.
Huh? Okay, so obviously the verse is saying the Jews are taken captive to another land. Is Rashi adding that the captives take material goods with them also? that the captors do? And who cares? I mean, why does Rashi say this?