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"And these were the journeys of Israel from the time they left the land of Egypt at the hands of Moshe and Aharon." (Numbers 33:1)
From that opening verse, the Torah then proceeds to list the 42 separate legs of our journey through the desert, identifying each of Israel's 42 desert...