Ki Tetze 5781: Remember Amalek

Posted by Mike Feuer on August 15, 2021
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem, Torah, Devarim (Deuteronomy), Ki Tetze

Ki Tetze 5781 – Remember Amalek

This parasha presents us with seventy-four mitzvot – the most of any weekly reading. The last lines appear to be a return of a taste of narrative, but they open up for us a fundamental understanding of the book of Devarim. Here is a fresh look at the command to remember Amalek.

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