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Growing up hearing these stories from his grandfather and father--a Chabad rabbi-- young Leibel Mangel was inspired to live a life of dedication and service. At the age of 19, left his home in Cincinnati to enlist in the IDF where he took part in numerous high profile anti-terror operations. Join us for an evening with Leibel and be inspired! Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 9:00pm EST

Rabbi Nissan Mangel, was one of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz Concentration Camp, who confronted the infamous Dr. Mengele several times yet miraculously survived. 

Growing up hearing these stories from his grandfather and father--a Chabad rabbi-- young Leibel Mangel was inspired to live a life of dedication and service. At the age of 19, left his home in Cincinnati to enlist in the IDF where he took part in numerous high profile anti-terror operations.

Leibel has used his personal and family story to continue his service by fighting for the Jewish people in both mainstream and social media and speaking in communities around the world. Leibel is the recipient of a 2017 Jewish People's Choice Award, 2019 Hometown Hero Award, and has amassed over 70 million views on social media.

Leibel is also a Krav Maga instructor and Executive Director of Magen Am's Lone Soldier Veterans Program - helping IDF lone soldier veterans reintegrate into civilian society, while leveraging their skills and experiences to provide the highest level of security for the Jewish community.

Join us for an evening with Leibel and be inspired!

Tuesday, March 2, 2021, 9:00pm EST 

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When
March 2nd, 2021 9:00 PM through 10:00 PM
Location
VT
United States