Parshat Masei is the 10th and final parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 33:1 – 36:13, or a total of 132 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

After receiving the Torah and instruction, the Jewish people are poised to enter the land of Israel. However, they reject the opportunity. This rejection leads to 40 years of “wandering” in the wilderness.

Parshat Masei is the 10th and final parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 33:1 – 36:13, or a total of 132 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Mattot is the 9th parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 30:2 – 32:42, or a total of 112 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Pinchas is the 8th parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 25:10 – 30:1, or a total of 168 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Chukat is the 6th parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 19:1 – 22:1, or a total of 87 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Korach is the 5th parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 16:1 – 18:32, or a total of 95 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Shelach is the 4th parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 13:1 – 15:41, or a total of 119 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Behaalotecha is the 3rd parsha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Numbers 8:1 – 12:16, or a total of 136 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Nasso is the second parasha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers).

This parsha is verses Bamidbar 4:21 – 7:89, for a total of 176 verses. This makes Nasso the longest parsha in the Torah.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron, is one of the most famous women in the Bible.

She is not mentioned in very many verses. However, we can use those verses together with Jewish tradition to learn a lot about her life.

Parashat Balak is the seventh parasha in Sefer Bamidbar (also known as Numbers). In some years it is combined with the sixth parasha, Parashat Chukat.

This parasha is verses Bamidbar 22:2 – 25:9, for a total of 104 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.