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  1. This week, we begin a new book, the Book of Bamidbar; it begins: And God spoke to Moshe in the Sinai Desert in the Tent of Meeting, on the first of the second month in the second year after leaving Egypt, saying " (Bamidbar ) So we see that the Jews are still in the desert, awaiting their glorious march to the Promised Land.
  2. Shoshana Damari, With The Kol Israel Orchestra, Conducted By Moshe Wilensky: Shoshana Damari, With The Kol Israel Orchestra, Conducted By Moshe Wilensky - Oriental Gems ‎ (10", Album) Hed-Arzi: AN Israel: Unknown: Sell This Version: Singles & EPs.
  3. Parashat Bamidbar (Numbers - ). Read on in the Diaspora. Torah reading, Haftarah, links to audio and commentary.
  4. This week’s portion begins Sefer Bamidbar, telling the story of the major events that occurred during the forty year trek though the Midbar towards the land of Israel. In secular terms the book is called Numbers, probably because of the first command in this third Book of the Pentateuch, “count the Jewish people,” thus the name Numbers.
  5. May 30,  · This dvar Torah to Parashat Bamidbar was taken from the book To Be Continued Teachings on Parashat HaShavua by Rabbi Ben Hollander z”l. It was presented on Kol Yisrael Radio on May 13, /3 Sivan To purchase a copy of the book, please go here. By Rabbi Ben Hollander z”l With this weeks’ portion we begin a .
  6. The word “ bamidbar QUESTION: Sefer Vayikra ends with the statement “These are the commandments that G‑d commanded Moshe to the Children of Israel on Mount Sinai” (). It is customary to look for connections between adjacent Torah passages and especially between the end of one book and the beginning of the next.
  7. On the first of Shevat (thirty-seven days before his passing), Moses begins his repetition of the Torah to the assembled children of Israel, reviewing the events that occurred and the laws that were given in the course of their forty-year journey from Egypt to Sinai to the Promised Land, rebuking the people for their failings and iniquities, and enjoining them to keep the Torah and observe its.

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