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1)

Why did Hashem insert the word "mi'Zeh"?

1.

Targum Yonasan: He was ordering Moshe to take the people away from the location of the sin, before He destroys them in His anger, 1


1

Refer to 32:34:2:1 (Na'ar Yonasan).

2)

Why did Hashem instruct Moshe to "go up to the land"?

1.

Rashi: Because Eretz Yisrael is higher than all other lands.

2.

Rashi #2: Seeing as, when He was angry with Yisrael He ordered him to go down, 1 now that He had 'forgiven' them, He ordered him to go (back) up.


1

Refer to 32:7:3:1.

3)

Why did Hashem refer to the people as "ha'Am" and not 'Amcha', like He did above (in 32:7)?

1.

Because there He was referring specifically to the Eirev Rav, 1 whom Moshe had personally taken out of Egypt, whereas here He was referring to Yisrael as a whole, whom Moshe had taken out of Egypt in his capacity as Hashem's Shali'ach.


1

Refer to 32:7:4:1*.

4)

Why did Hashem mention the Shevu'ah to the Avos?

1.

Moshav Zekenim: The plague helped atone for their sin, so now He mentions Zechus Avos, and He will fulfill the Shevu'ah

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