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Kol Kahal Edat Yisrael

Rabbi Ari ShvatIyyar 24, 5778
With the knowledge of the given explanation of the difference between these two, how should one understand verses in which both words are used combined like in Shemot 12:6?
As we wrote, eda refers to the chosen or appointed, and kahal to the general gathering, and everyone there, both eda and kahal, all must equally bring the korban Pesach.
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