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Devarim 1

Review of first section of sefer Devarim

What word best describes what Sefer Devarim is? Speeches
When are these Speeches delivered? As the Israelites are about to enter the land of Israel
Who are these speeches uttered by? Moshe
What is the content of the early part of Moshe's speech? History of how the Israelites got to where they are now
What is one of the first incidents Moshe recounts? The selection of judges to assist him
According to Devarim, whose idea was it to select more judges? Moshe
According to Shemot, whose ideas was it to select more judges? Yitro
What are the requirements for these judges? wise, discerning, knowledgeable
What does Moshe say the judges must not do? Show favoritism
What group of people does Moshe also give equality to, saying they have a right to fair judgment, just like born Israelites? Gerim
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