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 42:22
 42:23
42:22 Reuben interrupted them. 'Didn't I tell you not to commit a crime against the boy?' he said. 'You wouldn't listen. Now a [divine] accounting is being demanded for his blood!'
Vaya'an Re'uven otam lemor halo amarti aleychem lemor al-techet'u vayeled velo shematem vegam-damo hineh nidrash.
42:23 Meanwhile, they did not realize that Joseph was listening, since they [had spoken to him] through a translator.
Vehem lo yad'u ki shomea Yosef ki hamelits beynotam.



Commentary:

a divine accounting...
  See Genesis 9:5.





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