I have been told that before the Torah was given, the Children of Israel weren't yet "Jews" in the religious sense. Only at the "naaseh venishma" moment dod they convert. The erev rav (mixed multitudes) were present for this. Why then are they still referred to as strangers during the incident of the quail? The question follows the opinion that the erev rav were not descendants of Jacob.
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