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Rabbi Menachem Leibtag at Netivot Shalom and Beth Aaron

Congregation Netivot Sha­lom will be hosting world-re­nowned scholar, Rabbi Men­achem Leibtag, on Shabbat, on June 28th. His first shiur will follow the Torah reading dur­ing shachrit and is entitled: The Number Seven in Chumash, and its Connection to the Laws of Tumah. Shachrit begins at 8:45 am.

His second lesson is imme­diately following service (after Kiddush) and is entitled: The Tragedies in Sefer Bamidbar: Pun­ishment or Consequence? The entire commu­nity is invited to attend.

On Shabbat evening, Rabbi Leibtag will speak at 7:10 p.m. on “Moshe and the Rock: A Sin or a Sign?” and at 8:30 p.m. on “How Chu­mash Explains the Siddur,” at Congregation Beth Aaron, 950 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck.

Rabbi Leibtag, founder of The Tanach Study Center [www.tanach.org], is one of the pioneers of Jewish education on the Internet. He is known for his weekly essays on Parshat ha’Shavua and audio podcasts on the books of Neviim. Rab­bi Leibtag has been a “rebbe” at Yeshivat Har Etzion for over 30 years. He also teaches at Yeshivat Shaal­avim and Midreshet Lindenbaum. He also routinely lectures around the globe, primar­ily as a Scholar-in-Residence in communities in North America, and is a regular guest lec­turer for Jewish students on university cam­puses.

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