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The Tabernacle was the temporary sanctuary that accompanied the Jewish nation when it wandered in the desert until the permanent Temple was established in Jerusalem.

By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
May 24, 2018 12:55
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THE ARK at the erection of the Tabernacle and the sacred vessels; 1728 illustration from ‘Figures de

THE ARK at the erection of the Tabernacle and the sacred vessels; 1728 illustration from ‘Figures de la Bible’ by Gerard Hoet. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

In this week’s Torah portion, Naso, we read about the festive day when the Tabernacle was dedicated, after it and the vessels placed in it were built with the generous support of the people.

The Tabernacle was the temporary sanctuary that accompanied the Jewish nation when it wandered in the desert until the permanent Temple was established in Jerusalem.

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