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Parashat Pinchas

Parasha Thoughts By Rabbi David Cohen And the name of the slain woman was Kasbi bas Tzur, he was head of peoples/ (25:15) Later on, in (31:18), we read that Midyan had five kings. Tzur was the most prominent of them all, as he is referred to here as rosh umot, head of peoples. There, however, he is counted as third. Rashi explains that since he debased himself by allowing his daughter to participate in harlotry, the Torah lists him as third. Does this really make a difference? He is either the head or he is not. Just because the Torah lists him as third does not detract from the esteem in which he was held in the eyes of…

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