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Shoftim: Significance of the Peace Offering

  
 
What is the significance of the shank, the tongue, the cheek meat, and the stomach of a "Peace Offering" sacrifice that must be presented as gifts to one of the Cohanim?
 

 
By: Rabbi Lazer Brody
Date of recording: 8/27/2014
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:10:37
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