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08 - Vayishlach - (Genesis 32:12) Tomorrow we must make Eruv Tavshilin
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Rabbi Shimon Isaacson - (Genesis 32:12 Bereshit 32:12) -The Avot kept the entire Torah. Why did Chazal chose Avraham' eruv tavshilin and Yaakov's eruv techumin as examples of mitzvot performed by the Avot? Short and inspiring vort on Parshat Vayishlach.
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