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According to the Torah, the Israelites, after spending a short time in the plain of Moab, begin to involve themselves with the Moabite women.
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According to some traditional interpretations of the Book of Exodus, Book of Numbers, and the Letter to the Hebrews the Ark also contained Aaron's rod, a jar of manna and the first Torah scroll as written by Moses ; however, the first of the Books of Kings says that at the time of king Solomon, the Ark contained only the two Tablets of the Law.
According to the Torah, Benjamin's ( or in some countries, Biniam's ) name arose when Jacob deliberately corrupted the name Benoni, the original name of Benjamin, since Benoni was an allusion to Rachel's dying just after she had given birth, as it means son of my pain.
According to Rabbinic Judaism the Torah was revealed by God to Moses ; within it, Jews find 613 Mitzvot ( commandments ).
According to the Hebrew Bible he returned from the Babylonian exile and reintroduced the Torah in Jerusalem ( Ezra 7-10 and Neh 8 ).
According to Bamidbar Rabbah, Ezra was doubtful of the correctness of some words in the Torah and said, " Should Elijah ... approve the text, the points dots that he scribed above the letters will be disregarded ; should he disapprove, the doubtful words will be removed from the text ".
According to the Talmud ( Tractate Makot ), there are 613 mitzvot (" commandments ") in the Torah ; in Hebrew these are known as the Taryag mitzvot תרי " ג מצוות.
According to Akiba, the divine language of the Torah is distinguished from the speech of men by the fact that in the former no word or sound is superfluous.
According to the biblical history Ezra and Nehemiah arrived in Jerusalem in the middle of the 5th century BCE, the first empowered by the Persian king to enforce the Torah, the second with the status of governor and a royal mission to restore the walls of the city.
According to Rabbinic tradition, all valid interpretations of the written Torah were revealed to Moses at Sinai in oral form, and handed down from teacher to pupil ( The oral revelation is in effect coextensive with the Talmud itself ).
According to Jewish tradition, God gave both the Written Law ( Torah ) and the Oral Law ( additional laws and customs meant to be passed down from teacher to student ) to Moses on Mount Sinai.
According to the Torah, this is the first day of the seventh month of the calendar year, and marks the beginning of a ten day period leading up to Yom Kippur.
According to the Zohar, a foundational text for kabbalistic thought, Torah study can proceed along four levels of interpretation ( exegesis ).
According to the Epistle of Sherira Gaon, after the tremendous upheaval caused by the destruction of the Temple and the Bar Kochba revolt, the Oral Torah was in danger of being forgotten.
According to the historic view of the Jewish faith, allegorically the Oral Law ( Torah she-be ' al-peh ) was also given to Moses at Sinai, and is the exposition of the Written Law as relayed by the scholarly and other religious leaders of each generation.
According to the documentary hypothesis, the first five books of the Bible ( Pentateuch / Torah ), including Genesis, were collated during the 5th century BC from four main sources, which themselves date from no earlier than the 10th century BC.
According to religious Judaism, the 613 mitzvot or " commandments " given in the written Torah, as well as their reasonings in the oral Torah, were issued to the Jews only, and are therefore binding only upon them, having inherited the obligation from their ancestors.
According to Orthodox Judaism, Jewish law today is based on the commandments in the Torah, as viewed through the discussions and debates contained in classical rabbinic literature, especially the Mishnah and the Talmud.
According to tradition, Rashi was first brought to learn Torah by his father on Shavuot day at the age of five.
According to Ashkenazi minhag one is not allowed to profit monetarily from the Torah, and must work.
According to halakha, a man may even study the Rashi on each Torah verse in fulfillment of the requirement to review the Parsha twice with Targum ( which normally refers to Targum Onkelos ) This practice is called in Hebrew: " Shnayim mikra ve-echad targum ".
According to Rabbinic literature, God via the Torah commands Jews to observe ( refrain from forbidden activity ) and remember ( with words, thoughts, and actions ) the Shabbat, and these two actions are symbolized by the two Shabbat candles which are lit 18 to 40 minutes (" Tosefet Shabbat ") before the onset of Shabbat by Jewish women, usually the mother / wife, though men who live alone are required to do so themselves.
According to religious tradition, all of the laws found in the Torah, both written and oral, were given by God to Moses, some of them at Mount Sinai and others at the Tabernacle, and all the teachings were written down by Moses, which resulted in the Torah we have today.
According and Israelites
According to the book, for a quarter century prior to the destruction, Jeremiah repeatedly issued prophecies predicting God's forthcoming judgment ; advocating the Israelites to put down their idols and repent in hopes of turning away God's judgment and fulfilling their destiny as His chosen people.
According to Genesis 46: 11, Amram's father Kehath immigrated to Egypt with 70 of Jacob's household, making Moses part of the second generation of Israelites born during their time in Egypt.
According to the Bible, after crossing the Red Sea and leading the Israelites towards the desert, Moses was summoned by God to Mount Sinai, also referred to as Mount Horeb, the same place where Moses had first talked to the Burning Bush, tended the flocks of Jethro his father-in-law, and later produced water by striking the rock with his staff and directed the battle with the Amalekites.
According to the Qur ' an, Moses encourages the Israelites to enter Canaan, but they are unwilling to fight the Canaanites, fearing certain defeat.
According to Exodus ( 12: 29 ), God struck down all Egyptian firstborns while the Israelites were not affected.
According to Jewish tradition, a covenant was formed between the Israelites and the God of Abraham at Mount Sinai.
Brichtothe states that it is " not mere sentimental respect for the physical remains that is ... the motivation for the practice, but rather an assumed connection between proper sepulture and the condition of happiness of the deceased in the afterlife " According to Brichtothe, the early Israelites apparently believed that the graves of family, or tribe, united into one, and that this unified collectivity is to what the Biblical Hebrew term Sheol refers.
According to the Jewish tradition the peninsula was crossed by the Israelites during The Exodus from Egypt as detailed in the Hebrew Bible.
According to Samaritan tradition, Mount Gerizim was the original Holy Place of the Israelites from the time that Joshua conquered Canaan and the tribes of Israel settled the land.
According to Islamic history, the Israelites, after the time of the prophet Moses, wanted a king to rule over their country.
According to this account, a group of Israelites learned magic, for demonstration and to test them, from two angels called Harut and Marut, and it adds that this knowledge of magic would be passed on to others by the devil.
According to a widely accepted theory ( the " Kenite hypothesis "), the Edomite god YHW could have been brought north to the Canaanite hill country and the early Israelites by migratory Edomite desert tribes, of whom the Kenites were one.
According to tradition, the rod of Aaron bore sweet almonds on one side and bitter on the other ; if the Israelites followed the Lord, the sweet almonds would be ripe and edible, but if they were to forsake the path of the Lord, the bitter almonds would predominate.
According to archaeologist Jonathan N. Tubb, " Ammonites, Moabites, Israelites and Phoenicians undoubtedly achieved their own cultural identities, and yet ethnically they were all Canaanites " " the same people who settled in farming villages in the region in the 8th millennium BC.
According to the Books of Chronicles chapter 9 line 2, the Israelites, who took part in The Return to Zion are from the Tribe of Judah alongside the Tribe of Simeon that was absorbed into it, the Tribe of Benjamin, the Tribe of Levi ( Levites and Priests ) alongside the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh, which according to the Book of Kings 2 Chapter 7 were exiled by the Assyrians ( The Biblical scholars Umberto Cassuto and Elia Samuele Artom claim these two tribes ' names to be a reference to the remant of all Ten Tribes that was not exiled and absorbed into the Judean population ).
According to Numbers 31: 16 and St. John ( Revelation 2: 14 ), Balaam returned to King Balak and informed the king on how to get the Israelites to curse themselves by enticing them with prostitutes and unclean food sacrificed to idols.
" Frequently Jewish fundamentalists refer to the Palestinians as the ' Amalekites ' … of today … According to the Old Testament, the Amalek … were regarded as the Israelites ' inveterate foe, whose ' annihilation ' became a sacred duty and against whom war should be waged until their ' memory be blotted out ' forever ( Ex 17: 16 ; Deut 25: 17-19 )….
According to Josephus, there were ten entrances into the inner courts, four on the south, four on the north, one on the east and one leading east to west from the Court of Women to the court of the Israelites, named the Nicanor Gate.
According to Genesis, the Moabites were related to the Israelites, with both peoples tracing their descent back to a common ancestor, Terah, who is named as the father of Abraham and Haran, and Haran being the father of Lot.
According to Biblical texts, the laws given to Moses by God expressly forbade the Israelites to do what was done in Egypt or in Canaan.
According to the Bible, the Israelites captured and destroyed Lachish for joining the league against the Gibeonites ( Joshua 10: 31-33 ), but its territory was later assigned to the tribe of Judah ( 15: 39 ) and became a part of the Kingdom of Israel.
According to Stillman, the Quran praises Moses, and depicts the Israelites as the recipients of divine favour.
In 1822, they moved to Charleston, South Carolina, where his father was among the founders, with Isaac Harby, of the first Reform congregation in the United States, the " Reformed Society of Israelites for Promoting True Principles of Judaism According to Its Purity and Spirit ".