Wednesday, October 28, 2009

U.N. מן התורה מנין?

From Dry Bones blog via Shiloh Musings


Also, I mentioned something 3 years ago in the name of Rav Mordechai Eliyahu (who should have a Refu'a Sheleima) via Hashem1.net:
Hashem1.net quotes Rav Mordechai Eliyahu as saying that we read in last week's Perasha of Moshe Rabbeinu telling the people:

לֹא תִּירָאוּם כִּי יְהוָה אֱלֹהֵיכֶם, הוּא הַנִּלְחָם לָכֶם


Ye shall not fear them; for the LORD your God, He it is that fighteth for you.

Rav Eliyahu says to separate the word תיראום into 2 words: תירא או"ם. In other words, don't fear the U.N. Only fear Hashem since only Hashem will fight for us.

6 Comments:

At Wed Oct 28, 04:05:00 PM 2009, Blogger Neshama said...

This reminds me of the "makka" and the "cure", both being from Hashem!

 
At Wed Nov 04, 05:17:00 PM 2009, Blogger Sammy said...

You used one Aleph twice. That is not allowed.

 
At Wed Nov 04, 05:21:00 PM 2009, Blogger Sammy said...

Also, Dry Blogs quotes the Haggadah. That would be, as accurate it seems, at most, Kabbala. It is no place in Tanach.

Maybe it is better than anything in Tanach.

 
At Wed Nov 04, 05:32:00 PM 2009, Blogger yaak said...

Rav Mordechai Eliyahu used the Aleph twice because it is Drush. In Drush, anything goes, as we say אין מקשים על הדרוש. And furthermore, I'm sure I could find examples of Drush where a letter is used twice.

The title of my post uses an expression found all over the Talmud - רמז ל--- מן התורה מנין
I am simply using an expression, but of course, you're right that what's found in the Haggada is not in the Torah per se.

 
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