What do we learn from "Lo Yisyatzev Ish bi'Fneichem"?):
Rashi: To teach us that it is not only a man who will be unable to stand against us, but also a nation, a family (tribe) or a woman using witchcraft. 1
Rashi: And the Torah adds "Ish" to include even a man like Og Melech ha'Bashan.
Where does the promise "Lo Yisyatzev Ish bi'Feneichem" apply to?
Rashbam: It refers specifically within the defined borders.
Seforno: It applies even to the enemies in Chutz la'Aretz.
Where did Hashem issue such a promise?
Rashi: In Shemos 23:27, when He said "Es Eimasi Eshlach Lefanecha ... Venasati es Kol Oyvecha Eilecha Oref".
QUESTIONS ON RASHI
Rashi writes that also a nation, a family or a female witch will not be able to stand against us. What is the source?
Bartenura, Mizrachi, Gur Aryeh: The Torah could have said 'Ish Lo Yisyatzev.' Rather, it says "Lo Yisyatzev" - no one; "Ish" teaches even someone like Og.