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Tazria (Leviticus 12-13 )

by Rabbi Yaakov Asher Sinclair

For centuries, 'Leprosy' has been the translation of 'Tzara'at' – a skin disease mentioned in this week's Parsha. If Tzar'at really was leprosy, then how could people rub shoulders at a wedding if the groom had leprosy?

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For centuries, 'Leprosy' has been the translation of 'Tzara'at' – a skin disease mentioned in this week's Parsha. If Tzar'at really was leprosy, then how could people rub shoulders at a wedding if the groom had leprosy?



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