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Was the Torah written with vowels?

  

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Rabbi Gurkow: Welcome to the Rabbi's one on one chat room, how can I help you today?

Mikey: was Torah written with vowels, what role the vowels play in interpretation of biblical hebrew?

Rabbi Gurkow: it was written without vowels but the volwels were taught to Moshe and he taught it to the people of his generations

Rabbi Gurkow: vowels play an important role because many words can have more than one meaning and the meaning depends on its "vowelization"

Rabbi Gurkow: if that's a word :-)

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Torah is G–d’s teaching to man. In general terms, we refer to the Five Books of Moses as “The Torah.” But in truth, all Jewish beliefs and laws are part of the Torah.