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Shiurim on Chumash and Navi by Menachem Leibtag
In Memory of Rabbi Avraham Leibtag (1 Shvat, 5682 - 5 Adar, 5756)

for Parshat KI TEYZE

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Shiur #1: The Dibrot and the Mitzvot of the Main Speech
Shiur #2: The Message of Tzara'at

The Dibrot and the Mitzvot of the Main Speech
Mitzvot, and more mitzvot; all kinds of mitzvot. That certainly sums up Parshat Ki-Teyze; but why here? Furthermore, why are they presented in what appears to be such a random manner? In this week's shiur we attempt to answer these questions by considering (once again) the overall structure of the 'main speech' of Sefer Devarim. While doing so, we will also explore a very interesting parallel that may exist between the Ten Commandments and the mitzvot in Sefer Devarim. Online:
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The Message of Tzara'at
It's amazing how sometimes (what appears to be) a very simple pasuk can generate a fundamental controversy among the commentators. In the following shiur, we bring such an example from a pasuk in Parshat Ki-teyze, concerning a topic bearing a most critical message. Offline/Download:
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