Parshat Haazinu is the 10th parsha in Sefer Devarim (also known as Deuteronomy).

This parsha is verses Deuteronomy 32:1 – 32:52, or a total of 52 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

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Parshat Haazinu is the 10th parsha in Sefer Devarim (also known as Deuteronomy).

This parsha is verses Deuteronomy 32:1 – 32:52, or a total of 52 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

Parshat Ki Tavo is the 7th parsha in Sefer Devarim (also known as Deuteronomy).

This parsha is verses Deuteronomy 26:1 – 29:8, or a total of 122 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 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 Beshalach is the 4th parsha in Sefer Shemot (also known as Exodus).

The Shabbat of this parsha is also called Shabbat Shira based on the song the Jewish people sang after escaping from the Egyptians.

This parsha is verses Exodus 13:17 – 17:16, or a total of 116 verses.

Here is a brief summary for each aliyah.

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