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Rav Eliezer Melamed, in his work Pninei Halacha (source needed for exactly where ---bli neder will addהעם והארץ ג:יד), quoting כפתור ופרח פרק י And הרב אברהם אזולאי (חסד לאברהם מעין ג, נהר ז describes those borders as the borders in which the mitzvah of settling the land applies (not for mitzvot tluyot baaretz).

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He does go on to explain that nevertheless there is a certain level of greater kedusha to the west bank of the Jordan than other areas of Israel.

Rav Eliezer Melamed, in his work Pninei Halacha (source needed for exactly where ---bli neder will add), describes those borders as the borders in which the mitzvah of settling the land applies (not for mitzvot tluyot baaretz).

He says even though no one in history was able to conquer it all, it would be a mitzvah to live there, and I suppose to conquer those areas.

He does go on to explain that there is a certain level of greater kedusha to the west bank of the Jordan areas of Israel.

Rav Eliezer Melamed, in his work Pninei Halacha (העם והארץ ג:יד), quoting כפתור ופרח פרק י And הרב אברהם אזולאי (חסד לאברהם מעין ג, נהר ז describes those borders as the borders in which the mitzvah of settling the land applies (not for mitzvot tluyot baaretz).

He says the mitzvah to live there, is based on the borders promised to the avos, and that the shechina is not fully in Israel until Jews live in those borders.

He does go on to explain that nevertheless there is a certain level of greater kedusha to the west bank of the Jordan than other areas of Israel.

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Rav Eliezer Melamed, in his work Pninei Halacha (source needed for exactly where ---bli neder will add), describes those borders as the borders in which the mitzvah of settling the land applies (not for mitzvot tluyot baaretz).

He says even though no one in history was able to conquer it all, it would be a mitzvah to live there, and I suppose to conquer those areas.

He does go on to explain that there is a certain level of greater kedusha to the west bank of the Jordan areas of Israel.