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The weekly Torah portion of Mattos (Numbers 30:2–32:42)

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Rabbi Moshe Leib of Sasov (Sassow?) reinterpreted it as follows: "אֵלֶּה הַחֻקִּים אֲשֶׁר צִוָּה ה׳ אֶת מֹשֶׁה בֵּין אִישׁ לְאִשְׁתּוֹ" — these laws, the Torah, make a connection (צוותא) between a man …
answered Jul 24 '12 by msh210
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It's the pausal kal masculine plural imperative. (Gesenius (§29.4(b), ¶29m) has more info.)
answered May 30 '13 by msh210
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This is the only occurrence of that phenomenon in the 247-year cycle. Source: the table in the Tur, hilchos rosh chodesh.
answered Jul 4 '14 by msh210
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It says "animals" in verse 47. But if that's not enough for you, ibn Ezra clarifies that "animals" in verse 30 (which you translated "cattle") means animals not otherwise listed but "animals" in vers …
answered Jul 15 '15 by msh210
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The Talmud (Bavli, Y'vamos 60:2) deduces from the wording of the passage that the ones killed were not the women who had been intimate with men but those who physically could be, which is those who ha …
answered Apr 4 '13 by msh210