Speaker Rabbi David Nesenoff to appear Oct. 9 at University Park campus

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — As he tours through North America, Israel, Europe, Australia and South Africa, Rabbi David Nesenoff will be appearing locally at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, in room 101 Chambers at Penn State's University Park campus.

Rabbi Nesenoff is known for his mind-blowing delivery, hysterically belly-laughing funny humor and his powerful, life-changing messages. He is also famously known for his interview at the White House where he interviewed the dean of the Washington Press Corps, Helen Thomas, when she told him that the Jews should “get the hell out Palestine … and go home … to Poland and Germany!”

In addition to Nesenoff’s amazing behind-the-scene details of his White House episode, he will share about everything from his relationship with the Divine, his front row seat in the world media, Israel, anti-Semitism and his personal amazing supernatural journey. It is a story of cyber-hatred, life threatening danger and oddly enough incredible humor.

The Chabad rabbi at Nesenoff’s recent presentation in Miami said that Nesenoff was the “best speaker ever!” And another spiritual leader in Toronto commented that Nesenoff was “truly uplifting and hilarious!”  An audience member in Hollywood, Fla., said, “My jaw hurt from laughing!”

For more information, contact Rabbi Nosson Meretsky at 814-863-4929 or Chabad@psu.edu.

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Last Updated October 02, 2013