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Experience the gems of the Parshah with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalistic twist.

Torah Gems - Parshah Shemot

Torah Gems - Parshah Shemot

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Torah Gems - Parshah Shemot

Experience the gems of the Parshah with the classic commentaries, and a kabbalistic twist.
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Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg West Bloomfield December 29, 2015

Rashi tells us that this man had just raped the wife of the Jewish man who he was now beating.
Rape of a married woman is a capital offense according to Torah law.. Reply

Hilda Zeigler Gales Ferry December 29, 2015

Torah Gems Parshah Shemot I would appreciate understanding why Moses killed a man. It seems like being a member of the Royal Household he would have had the power and authority to make the taskmaster stop beating the Jew. If the Taskmaster was foolish enough not to obey Moses requiring a fight to the death than he could have presented the case to Pharaoh. Is thee some midrash that gives insight to this? The whole killing of a man seems to be skipped over & never mentioned again. Reply

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