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Moab

Moab: Nation situated on the southern edge of the east bank of the Jordan River, descendant of Moab, the son of Lot. En route to the Promised Land, the Israelites were commanded not to conquer or battle Moab.

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Question: Why does G‑d permit the Ammonite and Moabite women to convert and marry Jewish men, while He does not permit male converts from these nations to marry Jewish women? Why are the men punished for all eternity, and the women go scot free? Answer:...
The Fallacy of Numbers Moab was scared of Israel because he perceived that they were attached to a great ruler over the entire Creation. RankRankRankRankRankRank
Moab was scared of Israel because he perceived that they were attached to a great ruler over the entire Creation.
Why does verse stress that only Balak "saw" the Jewish people's victories? Surely this would have been public knowledge to all the people of Mo'av?
Esau and Moab in the Nine Days Letters and Numbers of Torah - Devarim Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
Esau and Moab in the Nine Days
There are three verses in the Torah where a new paragraph begins in the middle of a verse. One of them is found in this week’s Torah portion. The fact that there is a break implies that we are dealing with two opposite concepts, in this case, the people...
Ruth of biblical fame was originally a Moabite princess. She later converted to Judaism and was the ancestress of King David, and ultimately, the Messiah. The Torah is not a historical record; it only contains facts that teach us something. Indeed, the...
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