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THE BOOK THIEF – GEOFFREY RUSH FEATURETTE

 

20.01.2014

Twentieth Century Fox is pleased to present the Geoffrey Rush Featurette from The Book Thief.

“The Book Thief” in cinemas February 26.

The Book Thief will be previewing at Odeon West End on February 14.

Watch as Geoffrey Rush talks about his role as Hans Hubermann and the cast talk about Geoffrey on set.

Based on the beloved international bestselling book, The Book Thief tells the story of Liesel, an extraordinary and courageous young girl sent to live with a foster family in World War II Germany. She learns to read with encouragement from her new family and Max, a Jewish refugee who they are hiding under the stairs. For Liesel and Max, the power of words and imagination become the only escape from the tumultuous events happening around them. The Book Thief is a life-affirming story of survival and of the resilience of the human spirit.

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Jewish groups praise Pope Francis on opening of Holocaust archives
Jerusalem Post
Jewish organizations praised Pope Francis on Sunday, following a report that the Catholic leader would open the Vatican archives to investigate the actions of his predecessor, Pius XII, during the Holocaust. Related: Report: Pope Francis to examine
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Report: Pope Francis to examine Pius’ wartime conduct before deciding on 
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Pius has been accused by Jewish groups of remaining silent and allowing Jews to be slaughtered by the Nazis, a charge denied by the Vatican, which insists that he saved many Jews during the Holocaust. The Vatican confirmed earlier this month that Pope 
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The First Single Off His Upcoming 6th Album Udi Davidi “Hazman Achshav”

‎19 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎14:29:39 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

Singer and composer Udi Davidi has sold more than 100,000 copies and continues to appear before crowds who were fascinated by his songs, vocal qualities and his abilities to reach the depth of peoples souls. His last album “Ben Ahuv” was released nearly three years ago, was a great success with sales reaching gold album status.

Its finally time to continue his music journey and release the first single off his upcoming six studio. The new album includes 10 songs, written and composed by Davidi along with his wife Lila. The arrangements and musical production were masterfully created by Gilad Shmueli who has recently produced albums like; The Idan Raichel Project, Idan Haviv and Gilad Segev.

Hazman Achshav” is moving poem, a special one that penetrates deep into the heart. ” Life is full of questions. Answers are not always clear. This song is written from a search for closeness, intimacy with God, the search for answers amid scattered around life” – says Udi.

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lyrics:
“כמו עני אני עומד ומחפש בתוך שברי חיי / זכויות שהתפזרו והדממה צועקת לי שזה הזמן עכשיו / לפני שיגמרו… אני ישן וליבי ער / ומבקש את הקרבה אליך…”

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Chasdei Soul II Soul 5774 Starring Benny Friedman & 8th Day

‎17 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎22:13:34 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

Chasdei Soul II Soul, the organization that provides scholarships for special needs Jewish education, announces that the performers for the upcoming Soul II Soul 5774 concert will be Benny Friedman and 8th Day.

Joining them on the Soul II Soul stage will be the Freilach band and the Shira choir.

“We have performed at many shows, but somehow this one is special.” said Bentzi Marcus of 8th Day. “We still get great feedback about our first time on the Soul II Soul stage last year. We are excited to be back and we’re bringing a bunch of new hits with us, G-d willing.”

Coming off the worldwide runaway success of his latest album Yesh Tikvah, Benny Friedman joins the show and will bring his unique style to an exciting evening.

“I love the Soul II Soul show not just because it’s a great show with amazing energy, but also because we are getting together to help those special Neshomas connect with Torah in
the best way possible. What could be better than that?” said Benny Friedman.

This will be the 12th annual benefit concert. Past performers have included the top names in Jewish music like Avraham Fried, Mordechai Ben David, Yaakov Shwekey and Lipa Shmeltzer.

The show will take place on March 2, 2014 Rosh Chodesh Adar II 5774. At the Brooklyn School of Music, 883 Classon Ave, Brooklyn, NY, at 7:30 PM.

Tickets will be available on January 31, 2014 at jewishtickets.com and at Judaica World, 329
Kingston Ave, Brooklyn, NY.

For more information and to stay up-to-date visit www.souliisoul.org or on facebook at
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Tzemed Yeled Renew “Ima Adama”

‎16 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎14:42:22 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

The thrilling new children group Tzemed Yeled # exciting as only children can, in a special performance of the beautiful and famous song of Arik Einstein z”l “Ima Adama.”

After the release of their successful debut single “Yeled“, this amazing children’s duo has been hard at work working on new material for their soon to be released debut album.

While working in the studio and taking a break from recording, the children sang their favorite Israeli song by Arik Einstein, “Ima Adama.”
After hearing their harmonies and the exciting presentation, ​everyone in the studio came to the understanding that this performance should be recorded.

Ima Adama” is the kind of songs that remind us of the Land of Israel root and beautiful, and for many Israelis these songs are just a part of their home…

These songs all over the world remind us of what a landscape and beloved country … The melody and lyrics of these songs make us stop and think during our bust days, and remind us of how much we as a nation and as individuals connected landscapes , trees and to Israel Israel … And how we in the year 2014 we are still connected to “Ima Adama.”

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Ari Goldwag- Am Echad The Concert!

‎16 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎01:32:37 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

All the way from Israel!
ARI GOLDWAG
AM ECHAD THE CONCERT!

Proceeds to benefit The Eitz Chaim Center Outreach in Baltimore

MC: Brian Hoffman

Music by Zemer Orchestra

Please join us for an inspiring evening of music
Thursday, January 30th, 2014 – 7:00pm

Liberty Jewish Center
7000 Rockland Hills Dr
Baltimore, MD 21209

Tickets: 1 for $15, 2 for $25, 5 for $50, or 10 + a FREE CD for $90

Book your tickets before Jan. 20th and SAVE 10%!

Buy tickets at www.arigoldwagconcert.info

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Country Yossi Magazine Jan/Feb Issue

‎15 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎17:36:40 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

Keep warm with Country Yossi‘s sizzlin’ Jan/Feb issue due out Friday! Their exclusive, in-depth cover story features sensational, new singing phenom Dovid Moskovits, recent winner of the Jewish Star international singing competition! His new CD “Shalom” is getting rave reviews! Get ready to race out Friday morning and grab a copy before they’re gone with the wind!

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Yoely Greenfeld & Yedidim Choir “Forever One-Avraham Fried”

‎15 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎15:02:12 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

Yoely Greenfeld & Yedidim Choir Singing “Forever One” the Tittle Track of Avraham Fried‘s album (1983). composed by Yossi Green, At a Wedding In The Palace On December 26 2013 Conducted By Yisroel Lamm an Aaron Teitelbaum Production.

Lyrics
Look inside through the heart of a Jew
Open up its many doors
And the soul that you’ll see there inside
Is a reflection of yours
For each soul is a part of one whole
That joins us to each other
We are all part of one another
And we have always been one

We began as a nation to live
And believe with one heart
You and i we were all gathered there
As one we said we’ll do and hear
We were born to belong together
And forever be one

Forever one we will go far
It’s not I am but who we are
We need just to believe it
We need to try and feel it
And never are we alone
We have each other as our own
Nothing can divide us
For we are forever one

These are times when we might drift apart
And go our own separate ways
But the spark from above that we share
Is alive and ablaze
Soon Moshiach will gather each spark
And shine away the darkness
He will gather us all together
And we shall ever be one

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New Hit Music Video from France: Yoel Dayane – Melech

‎14 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎23:16:57 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

Yoel Dayane is a young singer born in the paris area in 1993. His passion for music began at an early age. Having completed his studies of the piano in the prestigious conservatory system, he is currently pursuing a degree in musicology. Influenced by diverse styles of music he currently composes music which strongly expresses his Jewish education and identity. He hopes to express his gratitude to G-d for His grace and kindness through his music.

Yoel’s debut album which was just released is an event not to be missed in 2014.

A fresh new sound aimed at the youth market, we present to you his first single Melech (King) is an ode to G-d’s providence and abundant kindness to his creation.

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Lyrics:
Father, King
All powerful
The holy G-d of Jacob
King who is goodness and grants his favor to all day by day
He has been kind to us
His kindness is bestowed on us
His goodness is eternal

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HASC 27: 40 Pictures by Stan Weiss to Celebrate 40 Years of Camp HASC

‎14 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎04:17:57 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

On Sunday night January 12th, 2014 was that night that Jewish rock was revived at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center. The annual HASC- A T.I.M.E. for Music concert was celebrating its 27th year as well as we were all celebrating 40 years of Camp Hasc. How do you celebreate 40 year? Well with only the best and brightest stars JM has to offer including; Avraham Fried, 8th Day, Benny Friedman, Ohad, Baruch Levine, Diaspora Yeshiva Band, Abie Rotenberg, and surprise guests Ari Goldwag and grandson of the founders the Kahn’s who started HASC, Ieshula Ishakis. Music was performed by the Neginah Orchestra led by the maestro Yisroel Lamm joining them in song was the world renown Shira Choir.

During the evening a plaque was presented to parents of a HASC child for being parents of the year. The father of the child went on to give a moving speech with a dvar torah from the Mashgiach. Later in the program we learned that an anonymous donor was so moved by the fathers words to the audience, that he pledged to build a new bunkhouse the cost of which is $300,000!!.

One of the highlights of the night was an unrehearsed song that was special requested during the show, the hit song “Ivdu.” Joining the legendary DYB for the song were members for the “Friedman family” Avraham Fried, 8th Day and Benny Friedman.

In honor of the 40th year of Camp HASC, here are 40 photos from the official HASC photographer extraordinaire Stan Weiss this year celebrating his 10th year of taking photo at HASC concerts.

Special thanks to the producers Suki & Ding productions for putting on such a stellar show.

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Country Yossi Productions is proud to announce the imminent release of their all new Kivi & Tuki CD Vol. 6!

‎14 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎03:50:38 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

Called “Count Your Blessings” this long-awaited album (12 years in the making) features over an hour of original material and 13 entertaining and educational new songs that will have kids of all ages singing and dancing when they’re not plotzing with laughter at Tuki’s Mishagos!

In keeping with their credo of “Torah, Midos and Mitzvohs thru laughter and song” Country Yossi and Heshy Walfish have fashioned an album brimming with Torah thoughts, lessons and Hashkofos designed to increase mitzvah observance and understanding.

Songs such as “Fargin“, “Lamed Tes Milachos” and “100 Brachos a Day” along with the ever popular Seder songs “Who Knows One” and “One Kid, One Kid” will teach the kinderlach valuable Torah lessons while simultaneously instilling in them a joyful sense of wonder. Not only are they loads of fun – they’re powerful educational tools as well!

With the guidance and counseling of experienced, leading Rabbonim they also present the much anticipated song so relevant to our troubled times “Don’t Talk To Strangers“! This song gently offers some important tips to help keep our children safe.

Exclusively distributed by Aderet Music be sure to look for the CD right before Purim!

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[For Girls & Women] Torah Treasure Presents: Bella Brocha Goes to a Wedding

‎10 ‎January ‎2014, ‏‎03:10:01 | yossiZum vollständigen Artikel wechseln

From the creator of “Mitzvah Boulevard” and the “Wonders of Hashem“, Torah Treasure presents a new animated series for girls starring the lovable and adorable “Bella Bracha.” When “Bella Bracha” finds out her cousin Shaina Baila is getting married, Bella Bracha is overjoyed and can hardly wait for the big day. Join Bella Bracha and friends as she learns some of the things that can happen at a real chasunah (not like the mock weddings in her living room) as well as a few lessons about jealousy and the mitzvah of being m’sameach a chosson and kallah (bringing joy to a bride and groom)!

Featuring an original soundtrack of fun and lively songs, this DVD is sure to have children learning, enjoying and singing all day long!

DVD includes “Kol Ish” version with boy singing. Buy it now on MostlyMusic.com.

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The Whole Jewish History in One Hour

 30.08.2012

Zum zweiten Mal widmen sich die Jüdischen Kulturtage Berlin einem Aspekt, der immanenter Teil jüdischer Kultur ist: dem Aspekt des Lernens. Zu diesem Zweck wurde der Gelehrte, Schriftsteller, Übersetzer und Kabbalist David Solomon eingeladen, der für seinen innovativen, dynamischen und inspirierenden Lehrstil weltweit bekannt ist.

David Solomon weckt den Wissensdurst der Zuhörenden. Seine Art zu lehren erreicht jede und jeden — unabhängig davon, ob und wie viele Vorkenntnisse bestehen. „Die gesamte Jüdische Geschichte in einer Stunde” deckt den Zeitraum vom Ursprung des Jüdischen Volkes bis heute ab — und geht noch darüber hinaus. Wer in kürzester Zeit einen tiefen Einblick in die Geschichte des Jüdischen Volkes gewinnen möchte, ist hier richtig.

Die Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung versteht sich als Teil der grünen politischen Grundströmung, die sich weit über die Bundesrepublik hinaus in Auseinandersetzung mit den traditionellen politischen Richtungen des Sozialismus, des Liberalismus und des Konservatismus herausgebildet hat. Sie ist die politische Stiftung, die der Partei Bündnis90/Die Grünen nahesteht.Heinrich Bölls Ermutigung zur zivilgesellschaftlichen Einmischung in die Politik ist Vorbild für die Arbeit der Stiftung.Weitere Informationen unter http://www.boell.de

Polish museum looks at Jewish history in Warsaw

18.01.2014

19/01/14 – Remember the Days of Old: Jewish Consciousness in Historical Context – w/R. Mike Feuer

 18.01.2014

Sunday, Jan 19, 2014

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What is history? This question will drive our class as we search for truth along the path that Am Yisrael has traced through time. If you want to revolutionize your context for learning Torah and understanding our national experience, to infuse history with the depths of Jewish thought, then join this weekly exploration of Jewish consciousness in its historical perspective. We will anchor ourselves in a timeline of people and events, laid out from Daniel to the Zionist era. Our primary task will be to analyze the relationship between world history and the Jewish experience. Our goal will be a holistic vision of Jewish history. In addition to a sound education in the scope of history, this class offers a unique framework for an integrated understanding of the path we have taken through time. Come find the insight the past offers, and taste it’s inspiration for the future.

~ R. Mike Feuer ~
Rav Mike’s teaching style is a mix of desire for rigorous analysis and a passionate love of the poetry found in learning. He approaches learning and teaching as a process of mutual self development between teacher and student.

Rabbi Mike Feuer has learned Torah in a number of Jerusalem area institutions, including Yeshivat HaMivtar, the Mir Yeshiva and Sulam Yaakov. He received his semicha in Shabbat and Issur v’heter from Sulam Yaakov in conjunction with completing the Israeli Rabbinate issur v’heter certification.

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The Secret Jewish History of Downton Abbey
Jewish Daily Forward
But few viewers probably know that there is a strong Jewish connection in the historythat inspired the series. The Crawleys, the aristocratic family depicted, and their chateau and surrounding grounds, Downton Abbey, are loosely based on the real 
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‘Highest Levels’ of US Administration Deny Jewish History
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UNESCO, the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, has pulled a Jewish exhibit two years in the making, entitled “People, Book, Land – The 3,500 Year Relationship of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel,” after a zero hour 
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Return of the Jews to a German medieval market
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What is there not to like about medieval markets? Shiny armor, mulled wine, flags and shields, fire shows, workshops and concerts – historical reenactments lure a much wider crowd than a bunch of chivalry maniacs. The key here is not only the charm of 
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Netanyahu slams UNESCO delay of Jewish exhibit
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“The educational and cultural headquarters of the United Nations (is saying) to the world, `Every people’s history is welcome to be told in these corridors, except for one people, the Jewish people.'” The exhibit was to show roughly 30 illustrated 
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Netanyahu to UN: Can You Handle the Truth?
Arutz Sheva
Netanyahu reacted to the decision made by UNESCO, the UN’s cultural body, to postpone an exhibition on Israel’s Jewish history due to concern that it “might be perceived as endangering the peace process.” The exhibit “won’t endanger negotiations.
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Heated words on Israeli exhibit
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The exhibit was to show roughly 30 illustrated panels showing the long history of theJewish people in the Holy Land, from the days of the biblical patriarch Abraham to modern day Israel as a high-tech powerhouse. “One of the things that this 
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The saddest day in Jewish history | AxisMundi 
Tisha B’Av is an annual fast day in Judaism, named for the ninthday of the month of Av in 
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This Day in Jewish History / Hedy Lamarr, actress and inventor of 

Haaretz – This Day in Jewish History / Hedy Lamarr, actress and inventor of torpedo anti-jamming technology, dies. The star of the racy ‘Ecstasy’ led a .
This Day in Jewish History / A sexy woman of an undetermined age is born
Haaretz
This Day in Jewish History / A sexy woman of an undetermined age is born. Sophie Tucker changed her name and persona multiple times, but was perennially secure in herself as a fat, brassy singer and entertainer. By David B. Green | Jan. 14, 2014 | 3:25 
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This Day in Jewish History / Finnish citizenship for ‘Mosaic Confessors’
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This Day in Jewish History / Finnish citizenship for ‘Mosaic Confessors’. Which led to the anomaly, in WWII, of a field synagogue in the Finnish camp by the Nazi camp. By David B. Green | Dec. 22, 2013 | 3:18 AM 
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This Day in Jewish History / Jews of Sicily expelled by Spanish rulers
Haaretz
The history of Jews in Sicily goes back at least to the Second Temple period, when a large number of Jewish slaves are believed to have been brought to the island from Jerusalem, after its conquest by Pompey in 63 B.C.E. Archaeological artifacts and 
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This Day in Jewish History / Maryland Jews get the vote
Haaretz
On January 5, 1826, the General Assembly of Maryland passed a bill granting Jews the right to vote or to hold public office in the state. The process leading to passage of the bill had been a long, arduous one, despite the fact that Maryland had been 
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This Day in Jewish History / ‘Uganda plan’ prompts shooting of Zionist leader
Haaretz
This Day in Jewish History / ‘Uganda plan’ prompts shooting of Zionist leader. A student angry over the proposal to set up a Jewish national homeland in Africa narrowly missed Max Nordau. By David B. Green | Dec. 19, 2013 | 2:27 AM 
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This Day in Jewish History / Jews’ Lane in Frankfurt burns to the ground, again
Haaretz
This Day in Jewish History / Jews’ Lane in Frankfurt burns to the ground, again. Loss of life from the conflagration in this supremely crowded, unsafe ghetto street could have been much worse. By David B. Green | Jan. 14, 2014 | 8:35 AM | 1 
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This Day in Jewish History / The man who told Jews it was okay to engage with 
Haaretz
This Day in Jewish History / The man who told Jews it was okay to engage with modern society dies. Samson Raphael Hirsch, uncompromising to the end, could reasonably be called the father of modern Orthodoxy. By David B. Green | Dec. 31, 2013 | 7:08 
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This Day in Jewish History / The founder of modern Jewish literature is born
Haaretz
This Day in Jewish History / The founder of modern Jewish literature is born. Sholem Abramovich, a.k.a. Mendele Mokher Sfarim, drew on his experiences of poverty – and grew increasingly cynical. By David B. Green | Jan. 2, 2014 | 2:02 AM 
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This Day in Jewish History / Avant-garde artist who loved Judaism and the USSR 
Haaretz (blog)
On December 30, 1941, the Russian-Jewish artist El Lissitzky died, in Moscow, at the age of 51. As a pioneer of the avant-garde, Lissitzky had extensive contacts with modernist colleagues in the West, even as he devoted much of his career to producing 
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This Day in Jewish History / First Soviet yeshiva in 20 years opens in Moscow
Haaretz
January 6, 1957, is the day that Yeshiva Kol Ya’akov opened in Moscow. The last still-functioning yeshiva had closed during the 1930s, and even the Communist authorities recognized that a need existed to have some trained rabbis in the country. During 
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Franziskus will Beziehungen zwischen Christen und Juden weiter verbessern, Riccardo Di Segni der Oberrabbiner von Rom, sagte …

16.03.2013

http://de.euronews.com/ Das jüdische Viertel von Rom. Auch hier verfolgt man die ersten Arbeitstage von Papst Franziskus mit großer Aufmerksamkeit. Das neue Oberhaupt der katholischen Kirche machte bereits kurz nach seiner Wahl deutlich, dass er sich für die weitere Verbesserung der Beziehungen zwischen Christen und Juden einsetzen will.

“Jeder Mensch hat seinen Glauben, seine Religion. Aber man sollte immer auch mit den Menschen anderer Glaubensrichtung im Dialog sein”, so eine Passantin.

Riccardo Di Segni, der Oberrabbiner von Rom, sagte, der Papst könne ein wichtiger Faktor im Nahost-Friedensprozess sein: “Auch der Vatikan ist in dieser Gegend vertreten, somit involviert und kann deshalb keine neutrale Instanz sein. Wenn er sich für den Friedensprozess einsetzt, begrüßen wir das.”

Di Segni wird am Dienstag an der offiziellen Amtseinführung des neuen Papstes teilnehmen. Bereits als Erzbischof von Buenos Aires pflegte Franziskus ein vertrauensvolles Verhältnis zur dortigen jüdischen Gemeinde.

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Woche der Brüderlichkeit: Christlich-Jüdische Versöhnung in Memmingen

 09.03.2012

Seit mittlerweile 60 Jahren findet immer im März die Woche der Brüderlichkeit statt. Ausgerichtet wird sie vom Deutschen Koordinierungsrat der Gesellschaften für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit. Ziel ist es Brücken zu bauen zwischen den zwei Weltreligionen. Gegenseitiges Kennenlernen, einander verstehen und das ganz nach dem Vorbild der amerikanischen Initiativen zur christlich-jüdischen Versöhnung. Im Rahmen der diesjährigen Woche der Brüderlichkeit ging es im Memminger Bonhoeffer-Haus gestern Abend um die Frage, ob Christen und Juden mit dem Alten Testament eigentlich ein und das gleiche Buch lesen.

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Jüdisches Leben in Uedem
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Auf den Spuren jüdischen Lebens
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Auf zahlreichen Schautafeln werden die Lebenswege von jüdischen Homburgern nachgezeichnet, viel ist zu erfahren über ihr religiöses, wirtschaftliches, politisches und gesellschaftliches Leben. Kultgegenstände der jüdischen Religion und besagte 
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Spannende Infos über jüdische Kultur, Religion und Geschichte
Deutschland Today
Das immer dienstags von 18.15 bis 19.45 Uhr stattfindende Kolleg richtet sich an Personen, die sich für jüdische Kultur, Geschichte und Sprache sowie für das jüdische Leben in Erfurt in der Geschichte und Gegenwart interessieren. Die Anmeldung zum 
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Carinne Sjöberg über Juden, Roma, Samen und die Europäische 
Jüdische Allgemeine
Wie aktiv ist das jüdische Leben bei Ihnen, weitab von den großen Gemeindezentren Stockholm, Göteborg und Malmö? Sehr lebendig! Wir haben zwar nur 50 Mitglieder, aber wir begehen zusammen alle jüdischen Feiertage, bieten Aktivitäten für Kinder und 
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Bonus für Familien
Jüdische Allgemeine
Hinzu kommt, dass viele Gemeindezentren mit ihren Programmen für Vorschulkinder eher darauf aus sind, Profit zu erzielen, als dass sie Triebkraft sein möchten für eine stärkere Teilhabe am jüdischen Leben, denn darin müssten sie Geld investieren.
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Koblenz: Avadislav Avadiev ist neuer Vorsitzender des jüdischen 
Rhein-Zeitung
Im RZ-Interview nennt der Geschäftsmann neben der Vertretung des Judentums nach außen die Information über jüdisches Leben als dringlichste Aufgabe des Landesverbandes. Dabei will der neue Vorsitzende die Geschichte nicht aus den Augen verlieren 
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Wem gehört das Leben der Anne Frank?
DIE WELT
Er soll zwischen 1939 und 1944 spielen und vom Leben der jüdischen deutschen Familie Frank im Amsterdamer Exil erzählen. Er endet mit der Deportation der 15-jährigen Anne. Ihre Zeit im KZ Bergen-Belsen und ihren Tod will Berben außen vor lassen.
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In Manchester wurde der größte Eruv des Landes errichtet
Jüdische Allgemeine
Er erleichtert Tausenden von praktizierenden Juden das Leben: Vergangene Woche am Schabbat ist in Manchester Großbritanniens größter Eruv eröffnet worden. Innerhalb Die jüdische Gemeinde in Manchester zählt ungefähr 24.000 Mitglieder. Innerhalb 
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Die Jewish Women’s Aid betreibt das einzige jüdische Frauenhaus in Europa
Jüdische Allgemeine
Das Büro liegt im Norden Londons, nicht allzuweit entfernt von einigen der Viertel, in denen besonders viele Juden leben. An langen Tischen sitzen sechs Mitarbeiterinnen, einige davon am Telefon. Alle hier sind Frauen. An den Wänden kleben Poster 
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Jüdischer Kongress: Mehr Schutz für Juden in Ukraine
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Brüssel, 19.01.2014 (KAP) Nach einer Messerattacke auf einen jüdischen Studenten in der Ukraine fordert der Europäische Jüdische Kongress (EJC) mehr Schutz durch die Regierung. “Bedauerlicherweise ist dieser Angriff nur Teil einer Welle von 
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Um Himmels willen, Israel!
Jüdische Allgemeine
Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt eine Studie des Jewish Council for Public Affairs, einer Organisation, die als Repräsentantin jüdischer Verbände in den USA fungiert. Unter den Rabbinern, die der Studie zufolge häufig ihre wahren Ansichten zum Nahostkonflikt 
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UNESCO verschiebt Ausstellung
Jüdische Allgemeine
Kritik »Ich bin schockiert über die Entscheidung«, sagte Efraim Zuroff der JüdischenAllgemeinen. Der Direktor des Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC) in Jerusalem sieht in der Absage einen weiteren Beweis dafür, wie die UNESCO auf Druck von arabischen 
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Musiker erklärt seine Anzeige gegen Rocchi
Basler Zeitung
Drucken. David Klein bezichtigt den Komiker Massimo Rocchi einer antisemitischen Äusserung. In der «SonntagsZeitung» erklärt er die Gründe für seine Anzeige. Umstrittene Äusserung zum jüdischen Humor: David Klein (l.) zeigte Massimo Rocchi (r.) an.
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JDC/Komen for the Cure WHEP – 2009 Race for the Cure – Sarajevo, Bosnia

11.12.2009

On October 25, more than 3,000 Muslims and Jews, Serbs and Croatians came together to battle breast cancer at the first Race for the Cure in Sarajevo. The race was organized by the Women’s Health Empowerment Program (WHEP), a partnership between the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the largest Jewish humanitarian assistance organization working in over 70 countries, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists.

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is the world’s leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization. JDC works in more than 70 countries and in Israel to alleviate hunger and hardship, rescue Jews in danger, create lasting connections to Jewish life, and provide immediate relief and long-term development support for victims of natural and man-made disasters. For more information, visit http://www.JDC.org.

Rav Wolbe Educazione – 1 Rav R. Colombo

25.10.2013

Presentazione del libro “Fioritura e costruzione nel campo dell’educazione” di rav Shlomo Wolbe tradotto e commentato da rav Roberto Colombo. 24.10.13. Residenza Arzaga. 1. Rav R. Colombo (dopo introduzione di rav R. Della Rocca). Registrazione D. Piazza

Jewish Community Center marks 100th anniversary with mass workout
Kansas City Star
Founded in January 1914, the Jewish Community Center began then as the YMHA, the Young Men’s Hebrew Association, soon to be followed by the Young Women’s Hebrew Association. “Everyone went there. We had to,” said current president Jacob 
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Utah’s Jewish Community Honors Dr. King Through Service
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About 130 people in the Jewish community came together to make sandwiches, tie blankets, write letters, create cards and make seed packets – all a part of this “day of good deeds”. “Our inspiration, our faith tradition tells us we need to take care of 
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Italy’s Jewish community grapples with attitudes on Israel, Middle East
St. Louis Jewish Light
ROME (JTA) – Special meetings are being held this week to discuss increasingly sharp political tensions within the Italian Jewish community centered on differing attitudes toward Israel and the Middle East. The meetings were called in the wake of an 
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EJC Calls on Ukrainian Authorities to Ensure the Safety of the Jewish 
Yeshiva World News
The European Jewish Congress has called on the Ukrainian authorities to do more to ensure the safety of members of the Jewish community after a Jewish student was stabbed last Friday evening on his way from the synagogue. “Unfortunately, this latest 
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At Randolph’s MLK breakfast, focus is on Jewish community’s role in civil 
Wicked Local- Randolph
Leaders in a Vietnam war protest stand in silent prayer in Arlington National Cemetery on Feb. 6, 1968. In front are, from left, Rabbi Abraham Heschel, professor at the JewishTheological Seminary, New York; the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.; and Rabbi 
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BOOK BOUND: ‘The Wanting’ unites One Book, One Jewish Community
Montgomery Newspapers
“One Book, One Jewish Community is one of the most recognized and respected programs in the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community,” says Rabbi Phil Warmflash, Executive Director of Jewish Learning Venture. “As the scope and reach of OBOJC has 
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6th in the City Chorus, a Jewish gospel choir, represents new phase for two 
Washington Post
Interfaith efforts — folks from different spiritual backgrounds joining for communityservice or clergy discussing scripture — are one thing. But a black Christian worship leader teaching a bunch of mostly Jewish young novice singers to belt out 
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Blacks and Jews in America: Fifty Years Later
Huffington Post
Polarizing figures occasionally grabbed the spotlight in the African-American and Jewish communities. And the Jewish community, achieving a measure of acceptance, comfort and influence, never fully committed itself to addressing Black poverty 
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US Orthodox rabbi pushes back against Israel’s Chief Rabbinate
Haaretz
Chief Rabbinate has an ‘expanding degree’ of influence on a U.S. Jewish community it knows nothing about, says ally of Rabbi Avi Weiss. By Debra Nussbaum Cohen | Jan. 19, 2014 | 10:18 PM 
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European Jewish Congress demands Ukraine do more to protect Jews
Jerusalem Post
The European Jewish Congress called on Ukrainian authorities to do more to protect theJewish community after a student was stabbed last Friday evening on his way home from the synagogue. “Unfortunately, this latest attack is merely part of a wave of 
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Knesset Bill to Cut Number of Chief Rabbis by 50%

The Jewish Press – Local Jewish communities have always been very good at keeping records of marriages and burials. The burial societies, the “Chevra Kadisha,” don’t 
Italy’s Jewish community grapples with attitudes on Israel, Middle East

St. Louis Jewish Light – ROME (JTA) – Special meetings are being held this week to discuss increasingly sharp political tensions within the Italian Jewish community centered 

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Omer Meir Wellber at the Jewish culture festival in Milan “Jewish and the city”

 13.01.2014

Omer Meir Wellber speaks at the Jewish culture festival in Milan, Italy “Jewish and the city”, September 2013

A Public Lecture by Yoram Bilu: “Moroccan Jews and the Shaping of Israel’s Sacred Geography”

 15.01.2014

Yoram Bilu was Visiting Professor in Israel Studies at the University of Chicago Divinity School in 2012. He served as a professor of psychology and sociology and anthropology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem until his retirement last year. Focusing on Israeli society and Jewish traditional culture, his research interests include the anthropology of religion, culture and mental health, the sanctification of space in Israel, and Maghrebi Jewish culture. Bilu served as the chair of the department of psychology (1992-94) and the head of the Authority for Doctoral Students, both at the Hebrew University, and as the president of the Israeli Anthropological Association (1989-91). He has been a visiting professor at several American universities, including the University of California, San Diego, Brandeis University, and the Jewish Theological Seminary. His most recent book is “The Saints’ Impresarios: Dreamers, Healers, and Holy Men in Israel’s Urban Periphery.”

The Israel Studies visiting professorship is supported by the Israel Studies Project of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago. The project, titled “Culture and Religion in the Twenty-First Century: New Perspectives from Israel,” brings visiting Israeli scholars for individual quarter-long visits over a four-year period.

Jewish & The City 13 Canti sinagogali dello shabbàt

30.09.2013

Festival Jewish & The City 2013. Shabbàt: Spazio al tempo. Milano, Sinagoga Centrale via Guastalla. Rav E. Richetti e rav D. Sciunnach, Canti sinagogali dello shabbàt. Registrazione D. Piazza. (Manca il primo brano di Lekhà Dodì)

UNESCO postpones Jewish exhibition in Paris
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UN’s culture, science and education agency, UNESCO has postponed the plannedJewish exhibition in Paris. “People, Book, Land – The 3,500 Year Relationship of theJewish People to the Holy Land” were expected to start on Tuesday. In response to 
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What You Missed in the New: January 12 – 19
Shalom Life
Our Top Stories this week include the Best Jewish Directors, H. Jon Benjamin, Modern Seinfeld, Nazi space aliens, Drake, and more. By: Daniel Koren Published: January 19th, 2014 in News » World  news, particularly here at Shalom Life. To recap, we 
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Spotlight to shine on Israeli culture
Canadian Jewish News (blog)
Organized by the Canada-Israel Cultural Foundation, the exhibits and performances will be held in venues throughout the city, including the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company, the Julie M. Gallery for Contemporary Art, the Koffler Centre of the Arts 
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What’s a Former Christian, Orthodox Woman Doing as Dean of an Israeli University?

by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Malka Schaps, a world-renowned professor of mathematics, is smashing glass ceilings.

Combatting Academic Bigotry against Israel

by Yvette Alt Miller
The best response to anti-Semitism is to deepen your pride in being Jewish.

Not All Dreams Are Created Equal

by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Martin Luther King had a dream. Did his wife and family support it?

Tiger Mom’s Racial Theory

by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
No race has the monopoly on success. But here’s the most important key to raising successful kids.

Four Ways to Be Happier Without Changing Anything (but Your Mind)

by Betty Cherniak
Cynics beware! Following the advice in this article will make you happier.

The Truth about Israel on Al Jazeera

by Tom Gross and Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera Arabic admits that Hezbollah and Syria deliberately target civilians, while Israel and France go to great lengths to prevent civilian casualties.

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My Son’s Different Path

by Heather deSilva
When children choose to become religious, it doesn’t have to cost family harmony.

 

Videopoem!


Videopoem!Posted: 19 Jan 2014 04:00 AM PST

May I kvell? This is so neat.

Writer and filmmaker Othniel Smith has created a videopoem based on one of my poems — combining public domain footage, Peg Duthie‘s audio recording, and my words (“Ethics of the Mothers,” which appears in April Daily.) I put the poem in The Poetry Storehouse, but I hadn’t actually expected anyone to do anything with it. But Peg and Othniel did!

Thank you, Peg and Othniel!

Tu BiShvat and self-care: a mini-d’var-Torah for YitroPosted: 19 Jan 2014 03:00 AM PST

Here’s the very tiny d’var Torah I offered during Shabbat morning services at my shul yesterday. (I kept it brief because I wanted plenty of spacious time for our Tu BiShvat seder after services!) (cross-posted to my From the Rabbi blog.)


In today’s parsha, Yitro, Moses receives some of the best self-care advice in the Torah: you can’t do it all yourself. You will wear yourself out, and then you won’t be able to help those whom you serve.

We’ve all been where Moses was: overworked and stretched too thin.

Self-care matters. If we don’t nourish ourselves, then we can’t do the work we’re here to do in the world. Whether you think of that work as “caring for your family and community,” or “saving the planet,” or “serving God” — we all have work we’re meant to do in this life, and if we don’t take care of ourselves, we can’t do that work.

Today at CBI we’re celebrating Tu BiShvat, the day when — our tradition teaches — the sap rises in the trees for the year to come, nourishing the trees so that in the future they can bear fruit.

We too need to be nourished so that we can bear fruit as the year unfolds. As the trees need rain and snowmelt, we need the living waters of Torah to enliven our souls.

As the trees need fertile soil and good nutrients, so we need to feel ourselves to be firmly planted — and to get all of the physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual nutrients we need in order to grow and to flower.

What nourishment do you most need on this Shabbat?

What would feed you in all four worlds — your body, your heart, your mind, your soul?

What do you need to soak up in order to be able to bring forth the wonders, the ideas, the teachings, the kindnesses, the mitzvot which only you can do?

And how can you take care of yourself, as Yitro instructed Moshe, so that you will be able to open your heart and receive what you need?

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Tu BiShvat in imagesPosted: 18 Jan 2014 03:47 PM PST

Asiyah Yetzi

Fruits with peels / shells, representing assiyah / action; fruits with pits, representing yetzirah / emotion;

Bri Atzi

Fruits edible throughout, representing briyah / thought; etrogcello, representing atzilut / spirit.

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After services and our (slightly belated) Tu BiShvat seder: the trees sleep beneath their light coat of Shvat snow

In My Opinion

At the end of last month I attended an all day conference here in Jerusalem commemorating the one hundredth anniversary of Rabbi Isaac Herzog’s seminal Ph.D. thesis that he submitted to the University of London. The thesis was a scientific, historical and halachic review of the source of the ancient dye used to produce techelet colored wool for the priestly garments and for the tzitzit/fringes of four cornered garments worn regularly by Jews. The conference was attended by a large and diverse audience and the presentations were of high caliber and most interesting and informative. But this article is not so much about techelet, blue dye, indigo or royal purple coloring, as it is about…

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JEWISH LIFE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

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It is well known that there is a difference of opinion as to whether Yitro’s arrival in the camp of Israel in the desert occurred before or after the revelation and granting of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Even if we say that Yitro arrived before the momentous event of Mount Sinai and that the Torah is recording events in a chronological manner, it still is difficult for us to understand. Why is this most important event in Jewish history as outlined for us in the Torah, be preceded by a rather mundane description of Yitro’s arrival and reception in the camp of Israel? Would it not be more effective to highlight the revelation at Sinai immediately at the beginning of the parsha? And…

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Great Non-Jews in Jewish History
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A remarkable part of Jewish survival is the role played by non Jews in the Jewish experience. This series highlights the involvement and contributions of important personalities and illustrates how they colored events in the Jewish world and aided the cause of the Jewish people.

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Educational Insights on Jewish Education
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With his decades of experience in Jewish education, Rabbi Wein presents the perfect mix of textual skills and hashkafa that every school can use. Though each student must be educated according to his way, Rabbi Wein shows us how teachers and parents can engage children of all ages in our classic Jewish texts.
Judaism and the Majority Culture
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Judaism and the Majority Culture
Jews have never been numerous in terms of population. Thus, the Jewish people have always lived apart as a distinct minority in the midst of a greater ‘majority culture.’ This series by Rabbi Berel Wein portrays Jewish answers to the difficulties posed by paganism, Christianity, Islam, the Enlightenment, and secularism and the tribulations created for Jews by those cultures. This series not only tells the story of the Jewish response to these difficulties, but also provides insights and fascinating information about these non-Jewish cultures.
The Legacy
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 Exploring the wisdom of the great sages of Lithuania, The Legacy presents a moral and spiritual vision for the Jewish people. Providing a glimpse into the world of these sages – their own teachers’ rabbis – the authors outline the ideas and deeds, the values and ethics by which Jews should live. This is not a book about what once was: It is a book about what should, and can, be – now and forever in Jewish life.

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Italy Tour 2000
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Throughout the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the modern era, there were flourishing Jewish communities in Italy. Italian Jews had their own unique culture and lifestyle as well as their own customs and individual ritual for prayer and worship. Their synagogues were and are things of beauty, containing many fascinating Jewish artifacts. Travel with Rabbi Berel Wein as he introduces you to the world of Don Isaac Abarbanel, Rabbi Meir of Padua, the contrast of Spanish and Italian Jewry, as well as a Jewish view of the Vatican.

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Touring France 2001
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From the artistic and architectural legacy evident in the city of Paris, to the other cities visited and discussed, which include Troyes (Rashi’s hometown), Strasbourg, Lyon, Avignon, and the Provence area, Rabbi Berel Wein takes you on an exciting adventure. The historic remnants of times past and the old world charm of France comes alive.
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