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1)

What is the translation of "Tzim mi'Yad Kitim"?

1.

Rashi #1 and Rashbam: 'Large ships (with which Rome will attack Ashur)'. 1

2.

Rashi #2 (in Sanhedrin, 106a): "Tzim" means either 'bands of brigands' 2 or 'groups'. 3

3.

Targum Yonasan: '(The nation of) Tzitzim) crying out will come out from Lombardia with their weapons And from Italy and will join forces with the legions that come out of Constantinople (Istanbul


1

Rashi and Rashba: As in Yeshayah, 33:21.

2

Rashi: As in Yechezkel, 30:9,

3

Rashi: Like Targum Yonasan in Tehilim, 72:9, 74:14 (and Targum Onkelos here).

4

See Peirush Yonasan and Na'ar Yonasan.

2)

Who is "ve'Inu Eiver" referring to?

1.

Rashi: It is refering to the exiles on the other side of the River Sambatyon.

2.

Ramban: It is referring to Yisrael.

3)

Who are "the Kitim"?

1.

Rashi, Targum Onkelos: The Romans. 1

2.

Targum Yonasan: Refer to 24:24:1:3.


1

Rashi (in Sanhedrin, 106a): This means that those nations that Hashem brought in ships will kill all the nations up to Ashur.

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