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Expand Article Parshas Vaera
1) Ch. 8, v. 6: "Va'yo'meir l'mochor" – And he said "tomorrow" – Given that this plague was exceedingly difficult, why would Paroh not demand that it be removed immediately?

2) Ch. 8, v. 9: "Va'yomusu hatzfardim" – And the frogs died ....


Posted 1/16/2012 11:40 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Vayechi
1) Ch.47, v. 29: "Al noh sik'b'reini b'Mitzroyim" – Why was Yaakov against being buried in Egypt?

2) Ch. 48, v. 14: "Sikeil es yodov KI Menasheh ha'bchor" - The word "KI" is problematic. It seems to explain why he should not have swi ....


Posted 1/6/2012 1:48 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Vayigash
1) Ch. 44, v. 20: "V'ochiv MEIS" - Earlier (42:13) they said "v'ho'echod EINENU." Why the change?

2) Ch. 45, v. 22: "U'l'Vinyomin nosan sholosh mei'os kesef" - The gemara Megilloh 16a explains why giving Binyomin five sets of clo ....


Posted 12/30/2011 1:35 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parsgas Mikatz
1) Ch. 41, v. 1: "Omeid AL ha'y'ore" – He is standing above the river – Paroh dreamt that he was standing above the river. Why indeed did he dream that he was standing above the river?

2) Ch. 41, v. 32: "V'al hishonos hachalome el Pa ....


Posted 12/23/2011 1:49 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Vayeishev
1) Ch. 37, v. 15: "Leimore mah t'va'keish" – Saying what do you seek – The word "leimore" seems superfluous.

2) Ch. 37, v. 20: "V'nahargeihu" – And we shall kill him – There is an astounding medrash that adds, "And we will shorten gr ....


Posted 12/16/2011 1:30 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Vayishlach
1) Ch. 32, v. 9: "V'hoyoh hamacha'neh hanishor lifleitoh" – And the camp that will remain will escape – How was Yaakov assured of this?

2) Ch. 32, v. 14: "Va'yikach min habo v'yodo minchoh l'Eisov" – And he took that which came to hi ....


Posted 12/9/2011 1:32 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Vayeitzei
1) Ch. 28, v. 10: "Va'yeitzei Yaakov" – And Yaakov left – These words come on the heels of "al noshov lo l'ishoh," the last words of the previous parsha. What insights can we garnish from thus juxtaposition?

2) Ch. 28, v. 18: "Va'yit ....


Posted 12/2/2011 12:31 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Toldos
1) Ch. 25, v. 23: "Ul'ome mil'ome ye'emotz" – And one nation over the other nation will dominate – Rashi says that the two nations represented by Yaakov and Eisov cannot both be on top. When one elevates itself the other falls. Who is in control of ....


Posted 11/21/2011 3:51 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Lech Lecha
1) Ch. 12, v. 2: "V'e'es'cho l'goy godol" - Meseches Sofrim (21:9) says that the great man among the giants is Avrohom, whose eating and drinking outweighed that of 74 men. This surely needs clarification.

2) Ch. 13, v. 7,8: "Va'y'h ....


Posted 11/4/2011 3:47 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Noach
1) Ch. 6, v. 9: "B'dorosov" - Rashi says that some of our TEACHERS interpret this positively and others interpret this negatively. A) Why does Rashi skip the word TEACHERS when he says that some interpret our verse negatively?
B) Why indeed ....


Posted 10/27/2011 12:16 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Haazinu
1) Ch. 32, v. 2: "K's'irim alei deshe v'chirvivim a'lei eisev" – What is the inner message of the specification of "deshe" and "eisev," which in the main both just mean grass?

2) Ch. 32, v. 6: "Am novol v'lo chochom" – A nation tha ....


Posted 9/27/2011 10:15 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Nitzavim-Vayeilech
1) The only time we separate Nitzovim from Va'yeilech is when there is a Shabbos between Yom Kippur and Succos of the upcoming year. It would seem logical to always have Nitzovim and Va'yeilech joined as they total only seventy verses.



Posted 9/20/2011 11:53 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Ki Savo
1) Ch. 26, v. 2: "V'samto ba'tenne" - The Rambam in hilchos Bikurim 2:15 writes that the Torah does not specify the amount required to be given for Bikurim. However, the Rabbis required a person to give 1/60th. Where in this parsha is this ration a ....


Posted 9/16/2011 10:18 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas ki Seitzei
1) Ch. 21, v. 13: "Yerach yomim" - Why isn’t the more common term for month, "chodesh," used here?

2) Ch. 21, v. 18: "Ben sorer u'moreh" - The mishnoh Sanhedrin 71a says that in reality the case of the rebellious son has never happen ....


Posted 9/9/2011 1:49 AM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Shoftim
1) Ch. 16, v. 18: "B'chol sh'o'recho" – Why does the Torah require that we set up courts in so many places?

2) Ch. 16, v. 19: "Ki hashochad y'a'veir einei chachomim vi'sa'leif divrei tzadikim" - What are these two negative results, " ....


Posted 9/2/2011 3:37 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Raeh
1) Ch. 11, v. 26: "Asher TISH'M'U...Im Lo Sish'm'u V'SARTEM." - Why does the blessing come as a result of only listening, and the curse comes for not listening plus turning away from the path?

2) Ch. 12, v. 14: "Bamokome asher yi ....


Posted 8/26/2011 1:21 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Vaeschanan
1) Ch. 3, v. 26: "Va'yisa'beir Hashem bi l'maanchem" – And Hashem was angered in me because of you – Rashi on Dvorim 1:1 says that since Moshe was admonishing the bnei Yisroel he spoke in a covert manner, only mentioning the places where the bnei Y ....


Posted 8/12/2011 12:01 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Devarim
1) Ch. 1, v. 17: "Lo soguru mipnei ish" - Fear not a man - This is a warning for a judge to not fear a threatening litigant. When may a judge bow out because he fears one of the litigants?

2) Ch. 1, v. 17: "V’hadovor asher yiksheh mi ....


Posted 8/5/2011 1:11 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)


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Expand Article Parshas Massie
1) Ch. 33, v. 1: "Eileh massei vnei Yisroel" – These are the travels of the bnei Yisroel – Why mention where they went in the desert?

2) Ch. 33, v. 4: "Uveiloheihem ossoh Hashem shfotim" – And in their gods Hashem carried out punishm ....


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Expand Article Parshas Matos
1) Ch. 31, v. 3: "Heicholtzu" - Rashi says that although Moshe was aware of his imminent death after the completion of the war against Midyon, nevertheless, he proceeded with joy. How do we know this?

2) Ch. 31, v. 16: "Hein heinoh h ....


Posted 7/22/2011 12:30 PM | Tell a Friend | Chamishoh Mi Yodeia | Comments (0)



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