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May
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comment Segulah of Kvatar: Source
The pasuk cannot be translated or understood that way even midrashically. The subject is Hashem, the object is Avraham, and the indirect object is the bris. I.e. the only way to understand this is God saying that He will place His bris between Himself and Avraham. I don't see how anyone would connect this to the Kvater.
Mar
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comment Do we believe in Heaven and Hell?
+1 Assuming that Tzvi meant "popular (secular) culture" and not in the Yeshiva world.
Mar
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comment Who is the author of Tehilim 137?
Just to add some information to the previous answers, Professor Ta-Shma writes that it is now known that the אחרים אומרים in ibn Ezra refers to Moshe haKohen ibn Jikatilla. (Here, p. 458)
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