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1)

What is the definition of "Bein ha'Arbayim", and why is it called by that name?

1.

Rashi: Refer to Shemos 12:6:5:1.

2.

Ramban: Refer to Shemos 12:6:5:2.

2)

Since when is Pesach on the 14th of Nisan?

1.

Rashi: Pesach in this Pasuk refers (not to the Yom-Tov, but) to the bringing of the Korban by the same name.

3)

Why does the Torah insert the 14th of Nisan in the Parshah of Mo'ados, seeing as it is not a Yom-Tov?

1.

Seforno: Because it is the cause of the fixture of the Yamim-Tovim, since, on account of the first Korban Pesach that was brought in Egypt, Pesach must always be arranged to fall in the spring - like it did then. 1


1

Seforno: As the Torah indicates in Devarim 16:1.

4)

Why does the Torah insert the 14th of Nisan in the Parshah of Mo'ados, seeing as it is not a Yom-Tov?

1.

Seforno: Because it is the cause of the fixture of the Yamim-Tovim, since, on account of the first Korban Pesach that was brought in Egypt, Pesach must always be arranged to fall in the spring - like it did then. 1


1

Seforno: As the Torah indicates in Devarim 16:1.

5)

Why does it say "Pesach la'Shem"?

1.

Moshav Zekenim, citing R. Eliezer of Garmaiza: It is a time when Hashem has mercy on his creations, from the Creation until now. Refer to Shemos 12:11:4:2.

2.

Moshav Zekenim #1: "Peh Sach" - [Avraham's] mouth, which said "ba'Meh Eda", caused His children to be enslaved until this time.

3.

Moshav Zekenim: The Peh on the Merkavah (Hashem's chariot) Sach (said) that the time to redeem Yisrael came. The letters on the Merkavah advocate for Yisrael.

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