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Ira Friedman

Ira Friedman, a retired attorney, is an independent researcher with an interest in the intersection of the Torah and ancient Egyptian history.

Articles by Ira Friedman

The Destroyer

In preparation for the tenth plague, Hashem told the Israelites to smear the blood of the korban Pesach on the lintels and doorposts of their

Non-Biblical Evidence of the Exodus?

No non-biblical evidence of the Exodus? Meet Manetho. This third-century BCE Egyptian priest/historian from Heliopolis wrote about the Exodus with a hint of the 10

The ‘New King’ Who Enslaved Us

Parshat Shemot sets the stage for the Exodus by recounting how the Israelites became enslaved (Exod. 1:7-14). First, we are told that a “new king”

The Israelites in Ancient Egypt

This is the first of a series of seven columns that will discuss how events in ancient Egyptian history may have intertwined with the Exodus