TONIGHT: Rav Amnon Yitzchak to speak in Lakewood for first time in 14 years

Harav Amnon Yitzchak will be speaking in Lakewood tonight, for the first time in 14 years.

Rav Amnon Yitzchak is famous for creating over 1 million Baalei Teshuva worldwide.

He and Rabbi Reuven Elbaz are considered the leaders of the Sephardi Baal Teshuva movement in Israel. He is involved in activities centered on helping Jews to become more religious or observant through public speaking in Israel and around the world, and his ‘Shofar’ organization, which distributes his lectures in various media and on the internet

Rabbi Yitzchak was born to a Yemenite Jewish family. He was brought up in a non-religious home, and became religious at the age of 24, after stumbling across the sefer Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, that he received for his Bar Mitzvah.

The free event, sponsored by Unlimited Pure Water, and Media Sponsored by TLS and Scoop Outdoor, will take place at 8PM at Orchas Chaim hall, 410 Oberlin Avenue, Lakewood. The event is open to both men and women.

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  1. A proud mom, the shiur will prob go until 11 or later. If it’s not late for him, bring him along.
    There will probably be questions/answers for about 1/3 of the time

  2. Read: the event is open to both men and women. Doesn’t say kids me and friends hired babysitters for our kids so we can go. I think that’s what everyone should do.

  3. Does a 14 yr old need a babysitter?!?!
    Pls don’t treat your 14 yr olds this way!
    And btw how old is this babysitter?
    She has got to be older than 14 to babysit the 14 yr old but not to old cuz than she would be old enough to attend.

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