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Eldad and Medad are the protagonists of a cryptic episode in the portion of Behaalotecha
The leaders of the Jewish people at the time, the Sons of Betayra, could not decide. Hillel, alone amongst the sages, knew the answer to the question.
The Mishnah tells us that women are generally exempt from all obligations that must be fulfilled at a specific time. Why is that?
According to tradition, the institution of the yeshivah predates even the giving of the Torah.
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