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  1. Dear people,
    Are their more commentaries on Exodus 1:22 from a Jewish perspective? I know what Rashi said about this part of scripture but I would like to know if other Jewish scholars explain this verse otherwise.

    Best regards,

    Paul Henkel
    The Netherlands


    • wolfamelia says

      Absolutely. We currently have eighteen commentaries on this verse. You can find them here.


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