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 2:9
 2:10
2:9 God said to me, 'Do not attack Moab and do not provoke them to fight. I will not give you their land as an inheritance, since I have already given Ar to Lot's descendants as their heritage.
Vayomer Adonay elay al-tatsar et-Moav ve'al-titgar bam milchamah ki lo-eten lecha me'artso yerushah ki livney-Lot natati et-Ar yerushah.
2:10 'The Emim lived there originally, a powerful and numerous race, as tall as giants.
Ha'Emim lefanim yashvu vah am gadol verav varam ka'Anakim.



Commentary:

Ar
  The name of the area where Moab lived (Rashi). See Numbers 21:15,28; Deuteronomy 2:18.

Lot's descendants
  Moab was Lot's illegitimate son (Genesis 19:37).

Emim
  They lived in Shavah Kiryathaim but were killed by the four kings (Genesis 14:5).

giants
  Anakim in Hebrew.





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