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The Plague of Darkness

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The Plague of Darkness: Parshah Bo

The plague of darkness did not affect the Jewish people, as the Torah says (Exodus 10:23), "For Israel, there was light in all the places they were." Why does Rashi differ from the Midrash as to whether this light was one of the miracles of the plague? (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 31)
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Karen W. Callahan, Florida January 13, 2016

RE: Javell (who?) Javell,
The quote in your question starts at 22:17 in the video. He said "Given that the Alter Rebbe could stop the boat miraculously, so why did he not just do that at the outset..." Reply

Javell WEST PALM BEACH. FL January 25, 2015

who? who did he say could stop the boat miraculously as he stroked his beard? I can't make it out Reply

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