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Moses

Why is moses referred to as the liberator of Jewish people?

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August 07, 2014 6:16AM

Moses was the God-appointed leader of Israel at the time when they were led out of the slavery (and attempted genocide/infanticide) in Egypt, eventually to enter the land of Israel or Canaan. They were thus liberated by God, through the chief agency and leadership of Moses. See Exodus ch.1 through 12.