In this paracha, God reaches at the request of the people to send explorers, one by tribe, to make a report on the Promised Land to the children of Israel.
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The explorers are later back forty days, carriers of a bunch of grapes, a grenade and a fig, who testify of the generosity of the earth.
But the people complain, seeming to prefer the return in Egypt. G.od decrees while the entrance of Israel to Promised Land will be delayed forty years, time during which all the generation will go out.
Stricken with remorse, a group of Jews attacks, against the will of Moses, the mountain which lines the border.
The laws of ména' hot (the donations of flour mixed of oil) and libations of wine are given as well as the command to dedicate to G.od a portion of the dough (' hallah), when we make the bread.
A man rapes the Sabbath by collecting some wood: he is put to death. G.od orders to place fringes (tsitsit) in every corner of our clothes so that they are us a reminder to carry out Its commands, Mitsvot.