|one man pursue...|
See Leviticus 26:8.
|given them over|
(Rashi; Saadia). Or, 'sold them' (Septuagint). 'Them' can refer to Israelites or gentiles; see note on Deuteronomy 32:28.
Literally, 'closed them in.'
Tzur in Hebrew. Literally, 'their 'mighty one.'' That is, 'their god.'
(Targum; Rashi). Or, 'Their god is not like our Mighty One, as even our enemies admit (Ibn Ezra), or, more literally, 'even in our enemy's own judgment' (Hirsch). Or, 'but our enemies will not admit it' (Saadia; Septuagint). Or, 'Although their god is not like ours, our enemies judge us' (Chizzkuni); 'Their god is not like ours, and not fit to be our judge' (Bachya); or, 'When our enemies judge us, [it seems that] our God is not like theirs' (Bachya).