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http://www,partnersintorah,org brings you acclaimed video blogger Harry Rothenberg - In this week-s Torah Portion of Eikev, (Deuteronomy, Chapter 8), Moshe (Moses) reminds the Jewish People that for the last forty years they have been miraculously protected by a cloud and fed from Mana from heaven but now everything is going to change - Watch the whole video to find out why we\\\'ve got to \\ [More] [Less]
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