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Or HaHayim has a fascinating interpretation of this pasuq (link), in which he draws out hints at 9 middot that Moshe Rabbeinu was conveying to the generation. IMHO, Or HaHayim's interpretation addresses #2 and #3; but, at face value, doesn't address #1. My own addition to his interpretation is that, perhaps, the 9 middot are in order of importance (e.g. to ...


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http://ohr.edu/ask_db/ask_main.php/147/Q2/ The Vilna Gaon says that from the fact that the Haggadah stops at the verse in Yehoshua that mentions Moshe, we know that the compiler of the Haggadah specifically did not mention Moshe, because if he mentioned him once he would have to keep on mentioning him all over. The story would then revolve around Moshe; ...


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Had he delayed, and not hurried to fight Midyan, could he have prolonged his life indefinitely? Prior to your question we must ask a more basic question: Would delaying prolong his life? It sounds plausible that it would have, but it also sounds like that is not the point. Instead, the point seems to be that even though his death was the next major ...


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The idea that Moses' wife (Tzipporah) was Hamitic comes from a comment Miriam made about him. Moses was spending a lot of time with God and since one had to be in a state of purity to talk to God, Moses was rarely intimate with his wife. Miriam refers to Moses' wife as a Cushite (Ethiopian) This is explained as either being idomatic or as being to a ...



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