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You write in your question: "isn't it better that the Jewish People are unified?" I think there is no contradiction between the division into the tribes and the unification of the Jewish People. Each tribe has their land allotment and their specific purpose specific for their tribe, however at the same time they share their unification on a higher level, ...


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I would think that the issue of Darchei Shalom should apply. Just think of the embarrassment for the individual if he is told at the bimah to return to his seat. Certainly the actual leining of that aliya is not compromised and there would be no need to read it again even if that particular section it turns out was read without a brocha (would this ...


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Jewish people dont high birth rate as islam and Christian religions. Jewish 1-2 children Christian 1-6 birth rate islam 7+ Hindu 1-4 Buddhist 1-3 I'm Christian and I can tell you most jewish people prefer to work hard and follow God other than have many children they can't manage. Islam religion dons't care if they can manage it or not giving birth ...


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There are various opinions in the Midrashim regarding the heritage of Bilaam. The idea that is quoted by 'sabbahillel' in the name of Rabbi Sacks is a Gemara Sanhedrin 105a. The Gemara also says identifies Be'or as Lavan. Bilam would therefore be Lavan's son. http://bit.ly/1GX1a4p The Zohar identifies Be'or as a son of Lavan, making Bilam the grandson of ...



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