IN spite of Moses' thorough training in Egypt, and his apparent acceptance at the Egyptian court, he remained a Hebrew at heart and could not fail to observe the increasing oppression visited upon the Israelites. Eventually, finding "an Egyptian smiting an Hebrew, one of his brethren" ( Ex.
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