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The dimensions in which the g-dly plagues hit the Egyptians left them without any power nor desire for any immediate 'revenge'. One might argue revenge against whom, though? G-d? These supernatural wonders that occured during that time were way out of league from the things that goyim later on acused Jewish people for during our galut in europe. Egypt was ...


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Interestingly, there is a tradition that in addition to the suffering of the Egyptians, 15m Jews were killed during the plagues, probably because they did not fully observe Judaism or at least what was attainable at that time. People also felt that the Pharaoh was a god and perhaps felt timid to rebel. After the death of Pharaoh's firstborn, he released the ...


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