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Hak'sav V'hakabalaHak'sav V'hakabala answers that Avram did not, in fact, receive gifts from Par'o. The verse onlyThe verse says only that Par'o did good to Avram and Avram had possessions, but does not say Par'o gave him anything: this means only that Par'o very kindly did not take any of Avram's possessions away from him.

Note that this answer does not accord with the Rashi quotes in the questionthe Rashi quoted in the question, which said that Avram anticipated accepting gifts from Par'o. It also does not seem to address the Avimelech issue.

Hak'sav V'hakabala answers that Avram did not, in fact, receive gifts from Par'o. The verse only says that Par'o did good to Avram and Avram had possessions, but does not say Par'o gave him anything: this means only that Par'o very kindly did not take any of Avram's possessions away from him.

Note that this answer does not accord with the Rashi quotes in the question, which said that Avram anticipated accepting gifts from Par'o. It also does not seem to address the Avimelech issue.

Hak'sav V'hakabala answers that Avram did not, in fact, receive gifts from Par'o. The verse says only that Par'o did good to Avram and Avram had possessions, but does not say Par'o gave him anything: this means only that Par'o very kindly did not take any of Avram's possessions away from him.

Note that this answer does not accord with the Rashi quoted in the question, which said that Avram anticipated accepting gifts from Par'o. It also does not seem to address the Avimelech issue.

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Hak'sav V'hakabala answers that Avram did not, in fact, receive gifts from Par'o. The verse only says that Par'o did good to Avram and Avram had possessions, but does not say Par'o gave him anything: this means only that Par'o very kindly did not take any of Avram's possessions away from him.

Note that this answer does not accord with the Rashi quotes in the question, which said that Avram anticipated accepting gifts from Par'o. It also does not seem to address the Avimelech issue.