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100 Years: Channel 2 Documentary On Rav Aharon Leib Shteinman

07.02.2014

Political Leaders von SHALOMshow on TV

Debbie Wasserman Schultz interviewed by Richard Peritz on Shalom Show 888

08.10.2012

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Member of Congress and Chair of the Democratic National Committee, is interviewed here by Richard Peritz at the Hiring Heroes Job Fair at the Fort Lauderdale National Guard Armory. The subjects include healthcare, education, jobs, Holocaust survivors, current issues in the United States, its relationship with Israel and concern to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
As part of their ongoing efforts to help members of our armed forces and returning veterans to find employment, U.S. Representatives Alcee L. Hastings, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Ted Deutch and others are supporting the need to find jobs for thousands of men and women who served overseas.

Mickey Marcus – Cast a Giant Shadow – Israeli History aliyah

 05.05.2008

Colonel David “Mickey ” Marcus was a graduate of the prestigious West Point military academy, and as a high ranking United States army officer he helped to lead the American paratroopers in Normandy on D-Day in 1944. Subsequently, Marcus was put in charge of assisting the survivors of Nazi death camps. Seeing his fellow Jew people in such a situation changed his life forever. In 1947 when the land of Israel was still occupied by the British empire, Marcus was recruited to go there. He took up the challenge and was able to train the new Jewish army to be able to defend the land in 1948 against the attacks by the surrounding Middle Eastern countries. Because of Marcus, Israel was able to retain western Jerusalem and the Negev. He was awarded the rank of Lieutenant General of the Israel Defense Forces, the first leader of an independent Jewish army in nearly 2000 years. Tragically Mickey Marcus was killed before the end of the war but his heroism is remembered in books and movies. This Jewish History Moment was brought to you by Israel National Radio. For more news and politics on Israel and the Jewish world visithttp://www.IsraelNationalRadio.com for free streaming a audio and podcasts.

Eric Stillman on Shalom 849…

15.05.2011

Mr. Eric Stillman, President and CEO of the Jewish Federation of Broward County speaks about Israel and the Jewish Federation movement. An organization that is collectively among the top ten charities nationwide. The Federations protect and enhance the well-being of Jewish people worldwide – through the values of Tikkun Olam – which means repairing the world,in addition to charity, social justice and Jewish education.

Aleph (1966) Wallace Berman

 

 03.07.2012

An avant-garde work by Wallace Berman, the “father” of collage art.
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This Day in Jewish History / Beat artist Wallace Berman, born 1926, died 1976

Wallace Berman was born on Staten Island, New York, to Russian-Jewish parents. When he was nine, the family moved to Los Angeles, living in the 

This Day in Jewish History / Polish-Jewish socialist Wiktor Alter executed in Russia

Respected longtime leader of the social-democratic Bund, both in Poland and internationally, Alter was one of the founders of the Jewish Anti-Fascist 

This Day, February 17, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
1872: It was reported today that of the $528,742.47 that New York City gave to sectarian charitable institutions in 1869 and 1870, Hebrew institutions received $14,404.49 as compared to the $412,082.56 that went to Roman Catholic Institions. 1874(30th 
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