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1)

'Why does the Torah add "beYad Chazakah"?

1.

Rashi: This referred to the strength of Yitzchak's promise to Eisav "ve'ha'Yadayim Yedei Eisav!"

2)

And what did he mean when he concluded "ve'Achariso Adei Oveid"?

1.

Rashi: He meant that ultimately, Yisrael will destroy Amalek. 1

2.

Ramban: Although they are a mighty nation, 2 they will perish more than any other nation. 3

3.

Targum Onkelos: 'Ultimately, they will be destroyed forever'.

4.

Targum Yonasan: 'Ultimately, in the days of Mashi'ach, they (Amalek) will join forces with the nations of the east to wage war against Yisrael; all of them will be destroyed forever'.


1

Rashi: As the Torah writes in Devarim 25:19 "Timcheh es Zeicher Amalek!" Rashi in Koheles (8:9): 'I saw and I took to heart ... how a person dominated his friend and overpowered him, and how ultimately, it turned out to his detriment: Amalek overpowered Yisrael, but in the end "veAchriso Adei Oveid" - and that is what happened to Nevuchadnetzar and to Sancheriv'.

2

Refer to 24:20:2:2.

3

Ramban: As the Torah writes in Shemos 17:14 - "Ki Machoh Emcheh es Zeicher Amalek!"

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