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Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews. This Midrash is pretty old, and is present in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews (2:9:2).

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that theythe Egyptians wanted to marrykeep the womengirls to marry, since they were lustful.

Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews. This Midrash is pretty old, and is present in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews (2:9:2).

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews. This Midrash is pretty old, and is present in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews (2:9:2).

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that the Egyptians wanted to keep the girls to marry, since they were lustful.

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Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews. This Midrash is pretty old, and is present in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews (2:9:2).

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews.

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews. This Midrash is pretty old, and is present in Josephus' Antiquities of the Jews (2:9:2).

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

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Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews.

Hizkuni (1:16) suggestsand Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews.

Hizkuni (1:16) suggests that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

Rashi to Exodus (1:16) quotes a Midrash that the Pharaoh decreed to specifically kill males since his astrologers predicted that a male would save the Jews.

Hizkuni (1:16) and Hadar Z'kenim (1:22) suggest that Pharaoh was worried that males in particular would do battle against him.

The Midrash Exodus Rabba (1:18) explains that they wanted to marry the women since they were lustful.

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