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Part 3 In this Torah shiur (class) on Parshat Mikeitz , Mrs Chana Prero explains the verses and comments of Rashi and others which describe the first encounter between Yosef and his brothers, twenty two years after he was sold into slavery. This class assumes no prior knowledge of Hebrew or experience with reading Biblical texts. From www.Naaleh.com [More] [Less]
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