hebrew
1)

Now that Hashem had warned him not to speak with Yakov good or bad, why did he continue to chase him?

1.

Oznayim la'Torah: He still had in mind to kill Yakov, and caught up with him, in the hope that Hashem would change his mind and allow him to do so. 1


1

Oznayim la'Torah: Just like Bil'am - Refer to 22:20:2:1.

2)

Why didn't the Torah specify on which mountain Yakov pitched his tent?

1.

Bechor Shor, Ibn Ezra: The Torah revealed that Lavan pitched in Har ha'Gil'ad, and the same applies to Yakov.

3)

Who were Lavan's "brothers" that he stuck in Har ha'Gilad?

1.

Refer to 31:23:1:1,2,3.

4)

What are the meanings of "Taka Es Ahalo" and "Taka Es Echav"?

1.

Sechel Tov: Both mean "he pitched his tent." It says "brothers" regarding Lavan, for he did not have a big camp, just he and his brothers.

2.

Targum Onkelos, Targum Yonason: Yakov spread his tent, and Lavan caused his brothers to lodge.

3.

Ibn Ezra: It says "tent" regarding Yakov, and the same applies to Lavan; "Es Echav" means "with his brothers."

4.

Alshich: Yakov pitched his tent (and went alone to speak to Lavan). Lavan [had gathered his 'brothers' to spill blood, but now he repented, so he] left them (and went alone to speak to Yakov. Malbim

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