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Parashas Beha'alotecha


Behaalotecha 1a

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2 years ago
Chp. 8 verses 1 & 2: Introduction, God tells Moshe to speak to Aaron that he should light the Menorah.

Behaalotecha 1b

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2 years ago
Chp. 8 verses 1 & 2: Continuation of introduction, God tells Moshe to speak to Aaron that he should light the Menorah.

Behaalotecha 2

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2 years ago
Chp. 8 verses 2 - 9: Continues with how Aaron lit the Menorah. Torah tells us that the Menorah was beaten out of one block of gold. God then instructs Moshe to induct the Levites into the service of the Mishkan and the priest. He instructs that they must be purified before they could begin their service.

Behaalotecha 3

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2 years ago
Chp. 8 verses 10 - 26: the conclusion of the induction service of the Levites.

Behaalotecha 4

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2 years ago
Chp. 9 verses 1 - 11: The origin of Pesach Sheni and its laws.

Behaalotecha 5

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2 years ago
Chp. 9 verses 12 - 23: continuation of the Pesach Sheni ritual. The description of how the Jews in the desert traveled and camped.

Behaalotecha 6

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2 years ago
Chp. 10 verses 1 - 34: Moshe was commanded by God to make for himself 2 trumpets. They were used to assemble the people and the princes. Also to alert the tribes as to when they should begin their travels in the desert. The portion then describes how they traveled and the name of all the princes of the tribes.

Behaalotecha 7

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2 years ago
Chp. 10 verses 35 & 36, Chp, 11 verses 1 -4: The two verses that begin and end with an inverted NUN. Chp. 11, begins with the complainers that were burnt, and continues with the people complaining and demanding meat.

Behaalotecha 8

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2 years ago
Chp. 11 verses 5 - 15: The people complain to Moshe that they want meat. This demand angered God and was evil in Moshe's eyes. Moshe becomes so frustrated with the nation and his position that he asks God To Kill Him.

Behaalotecha 9

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1 year ago
chp. 11 verses 16 - 26: Moshe is told by God to gather 70 elders to help him to lead the people. The people are told that they would have meat for a full month and that it would become loathsome to them. Eldad and Medad though they do not appear at the tent of meeting since they feel themselves unworthy to be chosen as an elder, are chosen by God directly.

Behaalotecha 10

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1 year ago
Chp. 11 verses 27 - 35 Chp. 12 verses 1 - 3: Eldad and Medad were prophesying in the camp that Moshe would die and Yehoshua would lead the people into the land. Yehoshua asked Moshe to stop tthem but he said he wished that all the people would have the gift of Prophesy. The quail fell and killed many of the people. they called the place Kibroth Ha'Taavah, the burial place of those who lusted. Chp. 12 Miriam speaks Loshan Harah about Moshe.

Behaalotecha 11

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1 year ago
Chp. 12 verses 3 - 16: Continues with the story of Miriam who spoke Loshon Harah about Moshe. She is punished by God with leprosy and Moshe prays for her and she is healed and she is quarantined outside the camp for 7 days. The Nation does not travel and the people wait for her until she is cured

Parashas Beha'alotecha (2004 - 2007)


Beha'alotecha 1a

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8 years ago
Chp. 8 verse 2 - chp. 9 verse 8: Begins with the service of the Menorah and how is was made. Continues with the induction of the Levites to replace the firstborns, and to assist the priests in the service of Hashem. Chp. 9 begins with the only Pesach that was observed by the nation in the desert. Those that were spiritually unclean complained to Moshe about their inability to bring the Pascal sacrifice. Moshe tells them to stand there and wait and he would confer with Hashem.

Beha'alotecha 1b

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8 years ago
Chp. 9 verse 7 - Chp. 10 verse 28: Hashem tells Moshe about the laws of Pesach Sheni. Description of the cloud and the fire that hovered over the Mishkan day and night. By the word of G-d they traveled and camped. this they were shown by the cloud that rested on the Mishkan. Chp. 10, Moshe is commanded by G-d to make to silver trumpets, to assemble the people or the princes,and to make them travel. The priests were also commanded to blow trumpets throughout the generations in times of war and in times of gladness of the holidays. Continues with the travels of the nation in the second year, and how the camps traveled.

Beha'alotecha 2a

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8 years ago
Chp. 10 verse 28 - chp. 11 verse 18: Moshe tries to convince his father in law to stay with the nation. They traveled for three days from the mountain and the Ark traveled a three day journey in front of them. Continues with the two famous verses that we say when we take out or bring in the Torah to the Ark in the synagogue. Chp. 11 tell us about the murmurers, and Hashem punishes them with fire. The people complain about a lack of meat, and the Mann. Moshe complains to Hashem about his burden of taking care of the people, and that he cannot do it alone. G-d tells him to gather seventy elders, and that He would take some of the spirit of Moshe and place it on them and they would help him with the people. Also to tell the people that the next day He would give them meat.

Beha'alotecha 2b

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8 years ago
Chp. 11 verse 18 - chp. 12 verse 16: Hashem tells Moshe that He will give them meat for a month until it comes out of their nostrils because they complained. He tells Moshe to gather the seventy elders around the Mishkan and Hashem placed the spirit of Moshe upon them, and they began to prophecise. Eldad and Medad begin to prophecise. The quail fell on the camp in great numbers, and many people died. The place was called Kibroth-hattaavah. Chp. 12, Miriam and Aaron speak loshon hara about Moshe. Hashem rebukes them and Miriam is stricken with leprosy. Moshe prays for her recovery. She is quarantined for seven days and the people wait for her to recover before they travel.


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