Moshe died on the 7th day of the month of Adar.
With cries of joyful anticipation, the soldiers ran for the storks and climbed on their horses.
Nikanos now turned to the south side only to meet a terrible disaster as the hordes of snakes and scorpions wreaked havoc on his foot soldiers.
Moshe complained to God that even though he would have the best human understanding of the Divine will, he had difficulty bringing it down to regular people. That role-"turgaman/navi"-Aharon filled
Rashi notes Moshe's use of the future tense when addressing the two fighting Israelites.
Israeli security leaders decide bodies of Hamas terrorists will not be returned to their families. They'll be buried in an Israeli cemetery for enemies.
Prior to the birth of Israel, Montgomery twice played a critical, albeit often overlooked, role in saving the Jews of the Yishuv from genocide.
He was absolutely convinced that, religiously, they were much better off in Eastern Europe and Russia than in America.
But the people understood Yisro’s real reason for wishing to step down and they grew angry.
What was the small act of Moshe talking to the rock meant to teach the people of Israel?
Leaders must be careful to subdue their ego. The cause is larger than the personal concerns of one person.
John Kerry's "peace" offensive is another chapter in our battle with Amalek.
The first time was many years ago. I had just concluded explanations about Yeshivat Knesset Yisrael” which arrived in Hebron from Slobodka, in Lithuania...
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