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1)

What aroused Ya'akov's ire against Lavan?

1.

Ramban and Seforno: Initially, Ya'akov was concerned lest one of his wives or slaves had stolen the Terafim. But when Lavan found nothing, he concluded that Lavan's claim was merely a pretext to search Ya'akov's belongings - because Lavan suspected him of stealing something of his. 1


1

Indeed, following Lavan's dishonest treatment, (refer to 31:39:1:1) Ya'akov had every right to take whatever he could as compensation, as he goes on to tell Lavan in no uncertain terms.

2)

What does "Ki Dalakta Acharai" mean?

1.

Tosfos ha'Shalem (35:2): It is like one who pursues, and his heart is burning (Dolek).

2.

Tosfos ha'Shalem (4, citing R. Efrayim): You burned (pursued rapidly like fire) after me.

3)

Why does it say "va'Ya'an Yakov"? (The Torah usually says "va'Yomer" even when one responds.)

1.

Tosfos ha'Shalem (2): Amidst anger, Yakov raised his voice. "Oneh" connotes loudly - "v'Anu ha'Leviyim ...Kol Ram."

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