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

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Art Scroll on Matos 32:18 cites Haamek Hadavar that this was in order to allay suspicion that they would want to take advantage of their privileged position (having already received their land) to set …
answered Jul 20 '17 by sabbahillel
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Logically no. Naamah was from Amon so that she would have been born anyway. However, Rus would not have been born as she was descended from the royal house of Moav which would have been wiped out. If …
answered Jul 16 '17 by sabbahillel
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The Art Scroll Chumash on Mattos 32:16 cites Abarbanel who says that they intended to rebuild and refortify the cities. I have seen in a number of places that had they left those remaining behind …
answered Jul 28 '15 by sabbahillel
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In addition to the other answer, consider that only two families of Menashe actually settled the land with Reuven and Gad. Thus, there would have been no point in applying the oath to Shevet Menashe b …
answered Aug 2 '15 by sabbahillel
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As pointed out in the Mas'ei 34:17-29 the princes of Reuven and Gad were not involved because they had given up their rights to the land in exchange for the land on the East side of the Yarden. The or …
answered Jul 24 '17 by sabbahillel