In Exodus 9:14 (NASB)
For this time I am going to send all My plagues on you and your servants and your people, so that you may know that there is no one like Me in all the earth.
Does that mean the Israelites will suffer too?
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For at least three of the 10 plagues of Egypt, the Israelites did not experience anything:
Whether the Israelites were affected by the other plagues is not stated, but they probably did not feel much, else they would have been ruined before they left Egypt.
In the case of Ex 9:14 - this occurs as part of the narrative of the 7th plague of hail. In this case (as per list above) we are specifically told that the land of Goshen was NOT affected (V26). Note the better translations of Ex 9:14 in other versions:
From this we learn two things:
There is NO suggestion here that the Israelites will suffer anything except the sight of the greatness of their God, YHWH.