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the overwhelming majority of tallits have historically been white, often with stripes. There are a number of reasons for this.
Caleb (in hebrew, “Kalev”) was one of the most prominent and influential Jews to leave Egypt.
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Moses warned that their campaign would be unsuccessful, but they were determined to enter the land.
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