Ki Teze

The Torah tells us to have nothing to do with Amon and Moav. We learn this lesson even more from the experiences of Dovid HaMelech. He befriended both and was betrayed by both. Moav executed his entire family whom he he sent there for protection. The Torah words rang true.

Written by: Rabbi Ephraim Bryks

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