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Was Assir a son of Jeconiah or an attribute of him?

Like @Harel13 notes there are differing opinions: The Malbim spells out the differing viewpoints: There are those who say that "Assir" is descriptive of Yechonya since he was incarcerated ...
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Criteria for legitimate kings

Though I still I don't know who argues that Zerubavel only held gubernatorial and not kingly status simply because he was given the leadership position by the Persians as opposed to the Babylonian or ...
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Why is the King of Nineveh in Yonah unnamed?

Every single letter in Torah teaches us something. There was nothing to be gained by noting the name of anyone left unnamed, and if there was something to be gained but not in the way of the possuk, ...
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