In Parshat Vayeilech, God tells Moshe that He will hide His presence from the Jewish people when we sin: The
Rabbi Joseph Bechor Shor was a 12th Century French scholar. He was a student of Rabbeinu Tam and part of the Tosaphot school of thought. His commentary is at times both bold and innovative while maintaining a profound allegiance to the simple meaning of the text (Pshat). He is widely beleived to be Rabbi Yosef M’Orleans, who is quoted a number of times in the Tosaphot commentary on the Talmud.
It seems like a silly question. Yom Haatzmaut, Israel Independence Day, only occurs once a year on the 5th day
Rabbi Joshua ibn Shuaib (1280-1340) was a Spanish Torah Commentator and Kabbalist. He was a student of the famed Rashba, and teacher of Rabbi Menachem ben Aaron Ibn Zerach. Ibn Shuaib quotes extensively from the latter part of Tanach as a means of expressing the core values of each Torah Parsha. He seamlessly weaves together the rationalist interpretations of Rambam and the mystical interpretations of Ramban into his own commentary on the Torah.