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Torah Wellsprings - Matos, Masei - Masei 5776
The Torah lists for us the names of the Nesi'im who would represent their Shevet in the division of Eretz Yisroel (Masei 34:19-29). The Ba'al HaTurim asks why before each Shevet does it say "L'Mateh Bnei..." for the sons of the shevet of..., whereas by Yehuda and Binyomin it only says L'Mateh Yehuda and L'Mateh Binyomin and omitting the word Bnei? He doesn't offer an answer.
Rav Chaim Kanievsky answers that all the nesi'im worked tirelessly and exclusively for the people of their shevet. However within the territory of both Yehuda and Binyomin lay the Bais HaMikdash which belonged to all of Klal Yisroel. These two nesi'im represented not only their own shevet in the division of Eretz Yisroel but all of Klal Yisroel, so it would be misleading to say "L'Bnei", meaning only for the sons of their shevet.