Section This Day, In Jewish History : 24JEWISH ALERTS large selection in each section

YINBH Sharon Shloshim Highlights

13.02.2014

Highlights of the Young Israel North Beverly Hills commemoration of the shloshim of Ariel Sharon on February 10 2014, with Rabbi Pini Dunner and Raphy Nissel speaking with GIlad Sharon via live video. Featuring Chazzan Netanel Baram, Israeli Consul General David Siegel, Elliot

Exclusive interview with Holocaust Survivor Jack Kagan

 02.02.2012

http://www.revelationtv.com This is a special interview with Holocaust Survivor Jack Kagan filmed at the Imperial War Museum.

Jack tells his remarkable story of how he survived the holocaust in Belarus which was under Nazi occupation during world war II by joining the Jewish partisans led by Tuvia Bielski in the forests. This story was made famous by the 2008 Hollywood film ‘Defiance’ staring Daniel Craig.

Russian Holocaust survivors Singing In Israel

06.01.2011

Read Linda’s Blog @ http://www.videosbylindac.com

Russian Holocaust survivors, Israel Jews who survived the Holocaust that live in Israel sing and entertain their guests from Norway and America. Watch Vision Heaven TV and Visjon Norge TV,
http://www.visjonnorge.com

 

This Day, February 19, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

As students of Jewish history know, many of the things done to the Jews by Christians were by-products of these various squabbles between various 

This Day in Jewish History / Annie Nathan Meyer, founder of Barnard College, is born

February 19, 1867, is the birthdate of Annie Nathan Meyer, a writer, philanthropist and woman of so much action that summing up her life concisely is 
This Day in Jewish History / Beat artist Wallace Berman dies

Haaretz
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 predominantly Jewishenclaves of Boyle Heights and Fairfax. Berman was expelled from high school for 
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This Day, February 19, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
197: Emperor Septimius Severus defeated the usurper Clodius Albinus in the Battle of Lugdunum, Severus was trying to use syncretism to maintain imperial unity and authority. Since Jews, as well as Christian, resisted this concept, the Emperor outlawed 
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