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1)

What are the implications of " ... asher Yinchalu lachem"

1.

Rashi: It implies that the princes acted as Apotropsim (agents) 1 on behalf of their respective tribes


1

Rashi: As if they were their agents.

2

Rashi: And this is further implied in the next Pasuk, when it writes "Linchol es ha'Aretz (as if they were inheriting it themselves) rather than "Lenachel" ('to distribute the inheritance')

2)

Why did Hashem not say "asher Yinchalu lachem"?

1.

Rashi: Hashem did not say "asher Yinchalu lachem", because that would imply that they simply distributed the land - impersonally.

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