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Naso and the Holiday of Shavuot

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Naso and the Holiday of Shavuot: Parsha Naso

“On the second day Netanel Ben Tzuar, the prince of Yissachar, offered. He offered his sacrifice ." (Numbers 7:18-19) Why is the word "offered" (hikriv) written twice? Also, why in the second time it's written is it missing a yud? Discover the connection between the missing yud and the holiday of Shavuot which celebrates the giving of the Torah.
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Noa Brooklyn,NY May 13, 2013

Beautiful Reply

catherine NY, NY June 1, 2012

how inspiring and meaningful. Rabbi you have a very good way of explaining the meaning of Torah and holidays. thank you. Reply

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