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 4:22
 4:23
 4:24
4:22 If the leader commits a sin by inadvertently violating certain of God's prohibitory commandments, he incurs guilt.
Asher nasi yecheta ve'asah achat mikol-mitsvot Adonay Elohav asher lo-te'aseynah bishgagah ve'ashem.
4:23 When he is made aware of the sin that he has committed, he must bring an unblemished male goat as his sacrifice.
O-hoda elav chatato asher chata bah vehevi et-korbano se'ir izim zachar tamim.
4:24 He shall press his hands on the goat's head, and have it slaughtered as a sin offering in the same place that the burnt offering was slaughtered before God.
Vesamach yado al-rosh hasa'ir veshachat oto bimkom asher-yishchat et-ha'olah lifney Adonay chatat hu.



Commentary:

leader
  The king of Israel (Horayoth 10a, 11a).

goat
  In its first year (Yad, Maaseh HaKorbanoth 1:14).

burnt offering
  The north side of the altar; see Leviticus 1:11





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