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What are the implications of "Kaveid Leiv Par'oh"?

1.

Refer to 7:13:1:1.

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Oznayim la'Torah (citing the Midrash Rabah): Par'oh's heart became like a liver, inasmuch as Par'oh's heart was angry like a liver, it was devoid of understanding like a liver and it was full of blood (the blood of the Jewish babies in whose blood he bathed) like a liver. And what's more, it is joined to the Marah (the gall of the liver), symbolizing the bitterness of Yisrael that he caused.

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