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 33:39
 33:40
 33:41  33:42
 33:43
 33:44
33:40 The Canaanite king of Arad, who lived in the Negev in the land of Canaan, heard that the Israelites had arrived.
Vayishma haKna'ani melech Arad vehu-yoshev banegev be'erets Kena'an bevo beney Yisra'el.
33:41 They left Hor Mountain and camped in Tzalmonah.
Vayis'u meHor hahar vayachanu beTsalmonah.
33:42 They left Tzalmonah and camped in Punon.
Vayis'u miTsalmonah vayachanu beFunon.
33:43 They left Punon and camped in Ovoth.
Vayis'u miPunon vayachanu be'Ovot
33:44 They left Ovoth and camped in the Desolate Passes on Moab's borders.
Vayis'u me'Ovot vayachanu be'Iyey ha'Avarim bigvul Moav.



Commentary:

king of Arad
  See Numbers 21:1.

Tzalmonah
  This is where the people began complaining again (Numbers 21:5; Targum Yonathan). They were again heading south toward the Gulf of Aqaba (Numbers 21:4, Ibn Ezra, Chizzkuni ad loc.).

Punon
  This is where the people were bitten by poison snakes (Numbers 21:6; Targum Yonathan; cf. Ramban).

Ovoth
  See Numbers 21:10.

Desolate Passes
  See Numbers 21:11. Or, 'crossing fords' (Targum), or, 'desolate mounds' (Rashi).





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