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1)

What are the implications of "ve'Nasav" and "ve'Yatza" in the current context?

1.

Rashi: They mean that the border moved outwards, 1 rendering the town mentioned next to it 2 inside the border.


1

Rashi: The southern border currently under discussion - towards the south.

2

Rashi: In this case, Ma'aleh Akrabim.

2)

What is the meaning of "Totz'osav"?

1.

Rashi: It means 'the extremity'.

3)

What are the implications of "Veyatza Chatzar Adar"?

1.

Rashi: It implies that the border widened. 1


1

Sifsei Chachamim: When the border widens, Eretz Yisrael narrows, and vice-versa.

4)

The southern border of Eretz Yisrael begins with Midbar Tzin in the east, and later it is south of Kadesh Barne'a. These are the same, for they sent the Meraglim from Kadesh Barne'a (above, 32:8), and above (13:21) it says from Midbar Tzin!

1.

Moshav Zekenim (13:21): Kadesh Barne'a is in Midbar Tzin. It is one big Midbar. Different parts of it have different names.

2.

R. Chaim Paltiel: The spies entered from Midbar Tzin, but Yisrael were not there. Refer to 13:21:151:1

5)

Our verse implies that Kadesh Barne'a is in Eretz Yisrael. Moshe did not cross the Yarden, yet he sent the Meraglim from there (32:8)!

1.

Refer to 32:8:1:1 and the note there.

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