At any point in the Torah does Avraham Avinu, Moshe Rabbeinu, or any of the other great Neviem ever get angry with HaSem?

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    Numbers 11:11-15? – Double AA Jun 5 at 23:44
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    @DoubleAA Is he angry there, or just exasperated? Ditto for Shemos 5:22-23. – DonielF Jun 6 at 0:05
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    How about Shmuel 1:15:11 – Double AA Jun 6 at 2:32
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    @DoubleAA Both of those explicitly say they were angry - why don’t you post them as an answer? – DonielF Jun 6 at 3:55
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    @Lages Arayos. The Gemara is Yoma 75a; note in the continuation of the Gemara that even the opinion which takes these Pesukim literally also takes them euphemistically. – DonielF Jun 6 at 11:22

Yonah was angry at G-d for forgiving the people of Ninveh. See Yonah 4:1-2. In verse 4 , the term חרה implying "anger" is used.

He was also angry that G-d killed the kikayon, and verse 9 also uses the word חרה .

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