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Vos Vet Zain As Moshiaj Vet Kumen/Avraham Fried&Jazán Yitzak M.Helfgott/Español

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¿Que pasará cuando venga el Mashiaj? Una interpretación de el Jazán(cantor) Helfgott y Avraham Fried Basada en un midrash.

Refuah Sheleimah/Ya’akov Shwekey&Baruch Levine/Caesaria 5770/Español

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Refuah sheleimah una maravillosa y hermosa Hallel, es una tefilah por los enfermos de el pueblo de Elohim compuesta por Baruch Levine e interpretada con Ya’akov Shwekey de una manera magistral
Letra: Avinu, avinu malkeinu
Abba nuestro, Abba nuestro y Rey nuestro

Ishlaj refuah sheleimah
Envía sanación completa

Refuas hanefesh, refuas haguf
Sana el alma, sana el cuerpo

Le’jolei, le’jolei amejo
De los enfermos, de los enfermos de tu pueblo

Keil oh refona, Keil oh refona ana
Oh Elohim sánalos, oh Elohim sánalos por favor

Shilaj, shilaj refuah sheleimah
Envía, envía sanación completa

Le’jolei amejo
A los enfermos de tu pueblo


Mi Ha-Ish/¿Quién es el Hombre?/Mordechai Ben David/Español

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Mordechai Ben David interpretando esta Hallel basada en Tehillim34:12-14(Salmos 34:12-14)
Letra: Mi ha-ish hechafeitz chayim,
¿Quién es el hombre que desea vida,

oheiv yamim lir’ot tov?
Que desea muchos días para ver el bien?

N’tzor l’shoncha meira
Guarda tu lengua del mal,

us’fatecha midabeir mirma;
Y tus labios de hablar engaño.

sur meira va’asei tov
Apártate del mal, y haz el bien;

bakeish shalom v’rodfeihu
Busca la paz, y síguela.

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The Impossible Return: story of Jewish people who fled Hitler’s Germany

In 1933, when the Nazis came to power, more than half-a-million Jews lived in Germany, but when World War Two ended only a small Jewish community had survived. Only very gradually did the Jews begin to regard Germany as their home again.

This is the story of two women, who after escaping the horrors of the Nazi terror with their parents, later returned to Germany determined to rebuild their Jewish life.

Hillel Academy of Pittsburgh:A Blueprint for a Jewish Life

Hillel Academy of Pittsburgh, an Orthodox Jewish Day School, is at the forefront of the battle against intermarriage, and ensuring a future for the Jewish people.

This day in Jewish history / A Yiddish writer who ruffled Jews Haaretz

November 1, 1880, is the birthdate of Sholem Asch, the Polish-born Yiddish novelist whose books were best-sellers in their day, but who ran afoul ofJewish 
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This Day, November 1, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. LevinCleveland Jewish News (blog)

1179: Philip II is crowned King of France. In 1180, Phillip would order the arrest of all Jews living in his realm based on charges of ritual murder. It should come 
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A 21st century rabbi Israel Jewish Scene

Jewish communities in Germany launch educational programs to help young people foster their identity as Jews, make Judaism a tangible part of everyday life
Many Jewish communities in Germany have launched educational programs to help Jewish young people build and foster their identity as Jews and to make their Judaism a tangible part of everyday life.
In a Frankfurt-based educational program called Jewish Experience, Jewish millennials are learning that the major challenge for the Jewish community in the 21st century will be whether or not it can translate its rich tradition and holy law to speak to the most pressing contemporary moral problems of our time.
Rabbi Jonathan Konits is reaching out to the Jewish generation of millennials to provide them with compelling experiences of Jewish community and Jewish tradition, and he wants to do it using new media that did not exist only a few years ago.
Rabbi Konits wants to communicate a Judaism that can compete in a globalized world in which identities and communal boundaries are increasingly permeable,
and he wants his students to learn how to use Jewish wisdom to speak to contemporary global issues.
As a 21st century rabbi, Konits must be prepared to work with real people, with real concerns, trying their hardest to live meaningful lives under circumstances that are often less than optimal.

Rabbi Lau tells his personal story – Israel Jewish Scene, Ynetnews.flv

Fiddler On The Roof (Full Movie)

In pre-revolutionary Russia, a poor Jewish peasant must contend with marrying off his three daughters while antisemitic sentiment threatens his home.

Director: Norman Jewison
Writers: Sholom Aleichem (adapted from stories by), Joseph Stein (stageplay), and 1 more.
Stars: Topol, Norma Crane and Leonard Frey

Bait Baws: Where ancient history meets modernityThe Yemen Times

Bait Baws: Where ancient history meets modernity  Where once a thriving Jewish community lived, an abandoned village with crumbling infrastructure now 
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Jewish teen who dared to retaliate given his

Kirsch’s work, which includes books on Moses, King David, and most recently a history of terrorism, has moved steadily forward from the days of biblical Judaism 
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Gestapo chief who played major role in the Holocaust was buried in Daily Mail

One of the chief architects of the Nazi Holocaust of six million Jews during the Jewish cemetery in Berlin Mitte, according to history professor Johanne Tuchel.
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Sinai Today: A model for transforming the Jewish worldJerusalem Post

Tamryn’s story is emblematic of Shabbat’s power to reshape Jewish history and alter the course of Jewish destiny. But there are many other South African Jews 
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The reasons why Californian Jews don’t do gunsHaaretz

This history of political and social involvement is the precedent upon which the Bay Area Jewish community has predicated its continued activism on a host of 
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Fontana resident gave $60 million to nonprofit groupFontana Herald-News

Boruchin’s donation was described as being perhaps the most significant gift in the 112-year historyof the nonprofit organization, officials with Jewish National 
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Boston: Home to Jewish Sports FansShalom Life

Boston has some top Jewish talent in the world of sports, and a long history of prominent Jewshelping lead these teams to victory. Take local legend Johnny 
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Polish Jewish community president refutes mismanagement St. Louis Jewish Light

WARSAW (JTA) — Piotr Kadlcik, president of the Union of JewishReligious Communities in Poland, refuted allegations of mismanagement of property from 
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The reasons why Californian Jews don’t do gunsHaaretz

While Scripture is often the basis upon which Jewish communities form their policy positions – loosely as it may be – for the non-observant Jew, community 
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New York’s Muslim Community Organizers Have a Model: Ultra Tablet Magazine

And yet, it’s possible to imagine de Blasio appointing a formal liaison to the Muslim community—an equivalent to the Jewish community liaisons whose presence 
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Zalis (Satmar) Endorse Bill de Blasio For MayorYeshiva World News

The United Williamsburg Jewish Communities endorsed Bill de Blasio today. Members of these communities, including Satmar, Pupa, Viznitz, Vein, Tzehillm, 
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Local events commemorating 75th anniversary of

10 at the Jewish Community Library, 1835 Ellis St., San Francisco. It is co-sponsored by the library, the S.F.-based Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ 
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Harlem synagogue welcomes new TorahCU Columbia Spectator

Harlem’s Jewish community took to the streets Sunday, singing and dancing to welcome a new Torah to their synagogue—the first one dedicated in Harlem in 
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Slingshot list confirms Jewish innovation in Bay

A joint project of Jewish LearningWorks and the S.F.-based Jewish Community Federa-tion and a group made up of North Peninsula congregations, day schools 
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Thousands Pray in Jerusalem on Jewish Ethiopian Holiday of SigdArutz Sheva

Following the service, many leaders in the Jewish Ethiopian communityspoke including Ethiopian Chief Rabbi Yosef Hadane and others. Also addressing the 
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Israel: Building Plans No Surprise to US, PAChristian Broadcasting Network

JERUSALEM, Israel — Israel’s announcement for plans to build more homes in Jewish communities in eastern Jerusalem and biblical Judea and Samaria (a.k.a. 
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The Long Link Between Jews and KosovoAlgemeiner

Looking back over my life, I can tie my interest in the Jewish communityin Kosovo to two key moments. The first was in the nineties during my studies at the 
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24JEWISH ALERTS videos and feeds Jewish News חדשות יהודיות

TJC’s Jewish News Week in Review: November 1, 2013 Obama’s latest directive on Iran, Paula Abdul’s bat mitzvah in Israel, a new film in Yiddish, the doors of the Cairo Geniza come to NY, “The Model Apartment” gets an Off-Broadway revival, author Dara Horn sits down to talk about her new novel, and more of this week’s Jewish news.

Beit Shemesh communities locked in confrontation: Israeli town divided over election results

The Israeli city Beit Shemesh has become a flashpoint for a religious struggle that is threatening to tear Israel apart from within. The city of about 100,000, west of Jerusalem, is deeply divided between secular and ultra-Orthodox Jews.

Nazi secret police chief ‘Gestapo Mueller’ believed buried in mass grave at Berlin Jewish cemetery

A leading German researcher says that the head of Hitler’s secret police was buried in a mass Jewish grave in 1945. It was one of the great remaining mysteries surrounding the final days of World War II – what happened to Heinrich Mueller, the head of the Gestapo.

Simon Schama’s ‘The Story of the Jews’: BBC Jewish series proves popular at Cannes festival

The BBC is just one of many major content producers here in Cannes trying to sell their programmes to new markets. One show they have had no problem in selling aims to do what may have previously been thought to be impossible, and tell “The Story of the Jews.”

Argentina elects first rabbi MP: Rabbi Sergio Bergman elected to Argentina’s National Congress

An Argentine Jew has become the first rabbi to serve as a national lawmaker in the country after being voted in to the National Congress. Rabbi Sergio Bergman from the centre-right PRO party garnered 34.5 percent of the vote to edge out his opponent Elisa Carrio who had 32.2 percent.

Rome court jails two Lazio supporters for anti-Semitic attacks against Tottenham Hotspur fans

Two Italian football thugs have been jailed for a total of ten years after the savage attack that took place last year against Tottenham Hotspur fans when visiting Rome to watch their team play Lazio in a Europa League match.

French art dealer reburied in Israel 143 years after deathHaaretz

“I found it had simply disappeared,” Debby Lifchitz, an Orthodox Jewishwoman from Israel, was quoted as telling the Le Figaro newspaper of Tedesco’s grave.
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Rabbi Simcha Kook: Tzohar Bill – More Illegitimate Children?Arutz Sheva

And while many Orthodox Jewish rabbis have come out in condemnation of the bill,  Rabbi Simcha HaCohen Kook, officiating rabbi for the centralIsrael city of 
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 Bennett: Israel Sent a Strong Message Following Australia AttackArutz Sheva

In response to a query by United Torah Judaism MK Uri Maklev, Bennett said he had spoken with Jewish community leaders in Australia, expressing Israel’s 
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Arab Family Fails in Campaign to Build Over Ancient VillageArutz Sheva

An attempt by far-left Israeli groups to win approval for Arabs to build at the site of an  immediately adjacent to the modern-day Jewish community of Susiya.  Susiya as “ancient Palestinian Susiya,” according to the Tatzpit news agency.
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NY: Anti-Semitism Victim Wins $900000 LawsuitArutz Sheva

Jewish deliveryman who suffered years of anti-Semitic abuse at the hands of his coworkers and supervisors has had his day in court – successfully suing his 
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Israeli city divided by religion after close voteWKRN

AP National News VideoMore>>  Ultra-Orthodox Jews make up about 10 percent of Israel’s population. Maintaining a strict lifestyle that revolves around prayer 
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Jewish Samaria Resident Accused of Hitting PA ResidentArutz Sheva

Crime squad detectives from the Shomron (Samria) and Yehuda (Judea) district police arrested a resident of Eli on Wednesday. The suspect was accused of 
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Attacks on Bayit Yehudi ContinueArutz Sheva

 continue a series of backlashes against Bayit HaYehudi (Jewish Home) for their  Israeli left-wing parties like HaTnua typically use the event as a springboard 
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AP PHOTOS: Military ever-present in Israeli lifeWAND

AP National News VideoMore>>  It’s no surprise that even in peacetime, the shadow of Israel’s military past looms large over everyday life.  MostJewish men are required to enlist at the age of 18 for three years of mandatory service 
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Kristallnacht’s 75th anniversary
Kristallnacht, also referred to as the Night of Broken Glass, was a pogrom against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria Nov. 9-10, 1938, carried out primarily by Nazi Party officials and members of the SA. (full story)

Community members protest Bank of America layoffs
About 25 people attended a rally Thursday afternoon at Richmond Road and Science Park Drive in support of the 1,000 workers Bank of America laid off from its Beachwood office. (full story)

Regina Brett: The name is usually a dead giveaway
Regina Maria. It’s as Catholic as they come. When I was a child, most Catholics believed in naming every child after a saint. I got the big one. It translates from Latin into “Queen Mary.” (full story)

Player of the Week: Alex Somogyi
Senior defender Alex Somogyi was a quiet but effective leader for Beachwood High School’s girls’ soccer team this season. (full story)

Know a student athlete you would like to nominate for High School Player of the Week? Coaches and parents should email Ed Wittenberg at by noon on Sunday. Provide the player’s name and statistics for the week and a contact telephone number and email.

Weekend’s Best Bet
Sunday, Nov. 3: 24th annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Freeway Lanes of Solon, 33185 Bainbridge Road. $50.

B’nai mitzvah – week of Nov. 1
Ariel Cohen, Saturday morning, Suburban Temple-Kol Ami
Bradley Jacob Gilbert, Saturday evening, Park Synagogue
David Gold, Saturday morning, Congregation Shaarey Tikvah
Sophie Greff, Saturday evening, Jewish Family Experience at the John Carroll University Green Road Annex
Morgan Wynne Kahn, Saturday morning, Beth Israel-The West Temple
Evie Rose Krislov, Saturday morning, B’nai Jeshurun Congregation
Ally Marchewitz, Saturday afternoon, The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood
Jake Marchewitz, Saturday afternoon, The Temple-Tifereth Israel in Beachwood
Daniel Myeroff, Saturday morning, Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple
Jack Newman, Saturday morning, Park Synagogue
Dylan Siegler, Saturday evening, Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple
Click here to read the complete b’nai mitzvah listings at Day in History
1916: The Ottoman Jewish Union was founded with the aim of fostering friendly relations between Jews of different countries and the Ottomans, as well as closer association of the Ottoman Jews with the other nationalities in Turkey.