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הרב שלמה קרליבך / “עוד אבינו חי

01.04.2008

Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach from the archives of Israel Television in the early Seventies.

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Refuah Sheleimah Ya’akov Shwekey,Baruch Levine Caesaria

29.01.2013

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Habet Mordechai Ben David and Chaim Eliezer Hershtik Radio Kol Chai

02.02.2014

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בקלידן עמי כהן
מוצ”ש חסידי חי עם מנחם טוקר ברדיו קול חי – 01-02-2014

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Elie kakou Mme sarfati et sa fille fortunée

03.04.2008

elie kakou sketch Mme sarfati et sa fille Fortunée

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Israel – Small but Outstanding

29.04.2012

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Israel, a small country of outstanding beauty, is so many different things:

It is a bridge between Africa, Asia & Europe, It has pulsating urban life, breathtaking nature, an abundance of plant & animal species, Thousands of years of fascinating history, a rainbow of cultures and traditions.

Israel offers an energizing experience with a vibrant cultural scene, and is proud to be an innovative leader in science & High-Tech.

Sounds too much? you’ll believe it when you see it.

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Please credit the MFA and the creators of this clip for any use of this video.

Photographer and Editor: Eyal Bartov
Additional Photographs: Samuel Magal
After Effects: Gili Ittah
Original Music: Israel Kasif

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Simchas Beis Gorlitz Nasad Skver Flatbush, in Borough Park

16.10.2013

24Jewish Video Clip of the day, Simchas Beis Gorlitz Nasad Skver Flatbush, in Borough Park and  HaMenagnim Orchestra 

Megillas Lester Official Trailer

17.02.2014

Megillas Lester is a full length animated feature film depicting the fictional story of Doniel Lesterovitch (“Lester”); a boy whose imagination turns the Purim story upside down. Suddenly finding himself at the feast of King Achashverosh, Lester is ordered to summon queen Vashti to the party…and he inadvertently convinces her to go! With Vashti alive and well, Esther never needs to come to the palace – and that leaves nobody to save the Jews from evil Haman! Follow Lester’s hilarious and thrilling adventure as he tries to set his version of the Purim story back on track…

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Beri Weber Belz

16.02.2014

Acoustic Style with Moishey Schwartz on Guitar

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חתונה תולדות אהרן ט”ו בשבט תשע”ב

13.02.2012

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חתונה תולדות אהרן ט”ו בשבט תשע”ב

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valentinexy February 14th marks Valentine’s Day, and though not a Jewish holiday, it appears the young and in love celebrate in the Jewish State as well. Jennifer KaidenAmerican Tourist in Israel: “I celebrate Valentine’s Day because celebrating love is important and it doesn’t matter where you are around the world, it’s important for everyone.”  Yuval Sela, Flower Shop Salesman: “Every year we sell on Valentine’s Day, it’s a big day for business, people like roses, like colors. It’s a love day, people like celebration, to go out. First they buy flowers, and then the rest.” Netta Kaiden, American Tourist in Israel: “I think it’s very nice to express your love to someone you love every day, but if you have a special day, even better.” Saint Valentine’s Day is of Christian origin. And in the Hebrew calendar there is another day celebrated by couples called ‘Tu Beav’. Oren Migdal, Chabad representative: “I think it’s very sad that Jews who have traditions of thousands of years and have their own holidays imitate the non-Jews and take their holidays”. Udi Kobi, Tel Aviv Resident: “People don’t know really what is to be a jew, what is Christianity. They don’t know. So they celebrate what they think is good. I don’t judge them, but it is confusion.” Netta Kaiden, American Tourist in Israel: “If they don’t lose their connection to their heritage, I don’t think there’s a problem, you can celebrate.” Jennifer KaidenAmerican Tourist in Israel: “It’s like eating different foods from all over the world.” Yossef Faibish, Bat Ayin Resident: “It’s a Christian holiday. I don’t know exactly what it means, but I know that if people are happy, it makes them happy and they celebrate together, that’s a good thing. So why not.” As in many other countries, many Tel Avivian restaurants, shops and boutiques offer special discounts on products and gifts in honor of the festive day. And though not everyone understands or agrees with the meaning of the holiday or where the tradition stems from, most people we spoke to here in Israel, always like a reason to celebrate. Yuval Sela, Flower Shop Salesman: “I celebrate anything I can celebrate. A party is a party, Valentine’s Day and other days, whichever.” Tamar Golan, Tel Aviv Resident: “If you want to celebrate love, just celebrate. For me, this is life, to enjoy life.” Oren Migdal, Chabad representative : Most of the Jews who celebrate this day, it isn’t because of religious reasons. It’s because they want to dance and party. We have our religion and thank God, we are happy about it.” And so, a Tel Avivian Valentine’s Day takes off, even here, in the Jewish State. Sivan Raviv, JN1, Tel Aviv  Part 2  

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Defenders of the Negev: Ultra-Orthodox Jews in the IDF

12.02.2014

Soldiers in a new IDF company, called “Defenders of the Negev”, maintain an observant Jewish lifestyle as they work to protect the State of Israel. Their service reflects an important goal of the IDF: to help Ultra-Orthodox Jews integrate into the army.

MORE: http://www.idfblog.com/ http://twitter.com/idfspokesperson/ http://www.facebook.com/idfonline/

Rambam Trailer. JewishHistoryDotOrg

20.04.2009

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PHYSICIAN – PHILOSOPHER – CODIFIER – COMMENTATOR – SPIRITUAL LEADER Rambam, Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, was born in Cordova Spain, early in the 12th century. Facing the terror of the fanatic Muslim Almohads, he and his family fled Cordova. For seven years they lived in the mountains and caves of Spain. During that time, his remarkable Torah and Talmudic knowledge increased. His love of Torah combined with his avid study of healing and natural medicine, the sciences, mathematics, astronomy – as well as the works of the classical philosophers, began to shape the destiny of his life. The legacy he left behind is astounding. He wrote Perush Ha-Mishnayot – his commentary on the Mishnah, which included the Thirteen Principles of Faith, before he was 30. He also penned Mishna Torah – over 14 volumes of the laws of the Torah. Amongst his numerous works he wrote and defined Sefer Ha-Mitzvot and the 613 mitzvahs – and The Guide to the Perplaxed – as spiritual and philosophical treatise. Rambam was a holistic healer of body and soul. In an age of ignorance, he was a shining light of compassion and commitment toward his fellow human beings.

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Recette de Baklava ou Baklawa – 750 Grammes

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Le baklava c’est un peu le mille-feuille oriental ! Une couche successive de pâte filo et de beurre, superposées et un mélange de fruits secs, le tout relevé de fleur d’oranger ou de rose… Un délice à partager !

Une recette proposée par Chef Damien et Nadia du blog ‘Paprikas’ pour 750 Grammes.

Ingrédients pour les Baklavas :
20 feuilles de pâte Filo
150g de pistaches
100g de noix
200g d’amandes mondées
3 c à s bombées de sucre glace
1 c à s d’eau de fleur d’oranger
Miel

Wine Jerusalem 2014 – Kosher Wine Expo | תערוכת היין הכשר

20.02.2014

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – FEBRUARY 21, 2014 – EDITORIAL NEWS VIDEO

Leading up to the wine season before purim and pesach, the annual kosher Wine Jerusalem expo took place at Binyanei Hauma in Jerusalem. Attracting alcohol stores and distributors from around the world, the expo boasted the largest collection of kosher wines in the world under one roof. Wine tasters, connoisseurs, and reviewers gathered to offer their opinions on some of the finest grape products available today on the kosher market. The event, which was also open to the public for a fee, attracted people from across the Jewish spectrum as they explored new wines.

(YWN – Israel Desk)

How to Make Challah Bread

05.11.2009

Watch more How to Bake Bread videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/239214-…

Making this braided egg bread from scratch is worth the effort.

Step 1: Mix yeast and water
Mix the warm water, 1/4 cup of flour, and the yeast together in a large bowl, and let it stand for 10 to 20 minutes, until it begins to foam and puff up.

Step 2: Beat in sugar, oil, eggs, and salt
Whisk in the sugar, oil, three eggs, and salt.

Tip
You can substitute ¼ cup honey for the sugar.

Step 3: Add the flour
Add in the rest of the flour 1 cup at a time, kneading it in with your hands once the mixture thickens. Knead for about five minutes until smooth, adding flour if it’s too sticky. Put the dough in a clean bowl, cover it with plastic wrap, and let it rise until the dough has doubled in size, about two hours.

Step 4: Punch it
Punch the dough down and transfer it to a lightly-floured surface. Knead for about five minutes, adding flour if needed.

Step 5: Make a braid
Divide the dough into three equal parts and roll each piece into an approximately 9-inch long rope. Braid the three ropes together, and pinch the ends together to seal.

Step 6: Let it sit
Put the braid on a greased baking sheet, cover with a dishcloth, and let it rise until it has doubled in size. The dough should stay dented when you poke it, instead of springing back into place.

Step 7: Preheat oven
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Beat the remaining egg and brush it on the top of the braid. Sprinkle with poppy seeds if you like.
Step 8: Bake
Bake for 30 to 40 minutes until bread is golden brown. Test for doneness by taking it out of the oven and rapping it on the bottom with your knuckles; if it sounds hollow, it’s ready.
Tip
If the top is browning too fast, tent it with foil.
Step 9: Enjoy!
Cool at least one hour before slicing. If you have any left over, use it for French toast in the morning!

Did You Know?
Challah loaves are shaped into spirals for the celebration of the Jewish New Year.

מפרום חצילים – ישראל אהרוני

 02.05.2011

השף ישראל אהרוני מציג לנו מתכון פשוט להכנת מפרום חצילים. למידע נוסף, בקרו באתר מתכון בטוח: http://www.matkon-batuah.co.il/item/%…

Jewish Food Kasha Kasha Recipes Kupecheskaya Russian Jewish

17.02.2014  Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

I have been taking requests for about six months now and doing mostly Asian and Italian cuisines as they are my fave cuisines. The fact is that I LOVE all food and that is why I cook. Last week one of my subbers made a request that I cook some Jewish food. To tell the truth I was stumped by the request because I have never cooked Jewish food. I mean I have eaten matzo ball soup and I make and eat chopped liver and I have eaten at Jewish deli’s but I have never made Jewish food/cuisine. So I did some research and I came up with a traditional Jewish comfort food called Kasha! This week I am going to make the Russian Jewish version of this traditional Jewish comfort food. It is usually called Kasha Varnishkes but in Russian it’s called “Kupecheskaya.” It is a version of Kasha made with onions, garlic, mushrooms and bowtie pasta with the addition of scrambled or crumbled hard boiled eggs. I will be using scrambled eggs as they soak up the flavors of this dish quite well. You can find the exact recipe for this dish on my blog @ http://www.richardblainesezcooking.co

Hamantashen for Hunger 2014

02.02.2014

To order Hamantashen from CBS USY, please go to:
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Questions or Comments:
Matt Rissien, Congregation Beth Shalom Youth Director: MRissien@BethShalomNB.Org

Izzy’s Traditional Jewish Recipes

 08.03.2007

Izzy originally from Poland, is an amazing person who spent from age 18 to 24 in German concentration camps doing slave labor, including Auschwitz. Never having had more then a 7th grade education he was liberated in 1945 with nothing more then the clothes he was given, yet he stayed in Germany and became a millionaire there while still in his thirties. In 1964 he came to the US and continued doing business here. Now at 85 he is retired doing the snowbird thing and doing his favorite thing, cooking. Everybody who has tasted his food raves about it, and everyone who knows him thinks he is a real character.
Just for a taste here are his Potato Latkes
available at http://www.simonsezproduction.com and Ebay
This is a 2 volumes, 2 discs DVD of Auschwitz survivor Izzy cooking up a storm in his kitchen. Watch him make Gefilte Fish, Chicken Soup, Lockschen Kugel, Potato Kugel, Potato Latkes, Horse Raddish, Brisket & Veal, Chicken Dish, Matze Brei and Butter Crumb Cake. Everything you need for the holidays. I’ve eaten this food and words can’t describe it. Don’t buy gefilte fish out of a jar make it from scratch, and you’ve never had chicken soup like this before. No wonder Izzy has so much energy at 85. He’s quite a character and fun to watch. This is truly food from the good old days and you can watch it being made. How easy is that to follow?

Now more recipes added: Izzy’s Cookies and Baking Dough, Apple Cake, Goulash, and Cucumber Salad. (The Goulash is my favorite) and really simple to make.

Oznei Haman 01

16.02.2014

מיכאלה ותמי אופות אוזני המן ללא גלוטן

25.02.2012

למצוא אוזני המן ברשתות ובמאפיות זאת לא בעיה, אבל מה עושים חולי הצליאק שלהם מגוון פחות רחב? פניתי למי שנחשבת לגורו של האפייה ללא גלוטן, מחברת הספר “אפייה ללא גלוטן”, תמי בן דוד שלה גם בלוג קולינרי בתפוז שבו היא מעלה את המתכונים שמותאמים לצרכים המיוחדים גם לה

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Chicken Soup cooked by Jewish Bubbie Ruth Zimmer on Loving Spoonfuls

18.05.2009

Winnipeg Jewish Bubbie Ruth Zimmer shows David Gale how to make classic chicken soup. From the pilot of Loving Episode.

Kosher Cooking

 28.08.2010

Jeff and Tara show you how to cook chicken cacciatore–Kosher style.

Jewish Cuisine 2/3

 19.07.2012

Delicious slow cooked food, warm bread and the famous gefilte fish — the Jewish cuisine is the ultimate comfort food. Learn how to make these mostly Ashkenazi recipes such as the classic Chicken Soup, Gefilte Fish, Cholent, Borscht and the famous Orange and Almond Cake.

Happy Cooking!

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Jewish Cuisine 3/3

 19.07.2012

Jewish Recipe for Shabbat by IsraeliTov : Hamin moroccan style

How to Make Basic Potato Knish Filling and Kasha Potato Filling

26.07.2013 Leah Cooks Kosher

Follow Leah as she prepares the filling for her Knishes

How to make Ultra Fabulous Batter – Fried Chicken

12.12.2012

Frying chicken Kosher-style without the greasy mess. Watch Seattle’s top Kosher caterer, Leah Jaffee, make the most mouth-watering fried chicken you’ve ever tasted.

Everyday Kosher Cooking

15.10.2013

Everyday Kosher Cooking presents Chaia Frishman (of Fruit Platters & More)

Kosher Honey Chicken Recipe

 25.01.2010

http://joyofkosher.com/recipe/honey-c… | Jamie Geller from JoyofKosher.com shows you how to make her delicious Kosher Honey Chicken recipe. This easy to make Kosher recipe is perfect for holidays or an elegant dinner party. Jamie Geller is the author of the critically-acclaimed cookbook, “Quick and Kosher: Recipes from the Bride Who Knew Nothing” (Feldheim Publishers, 2007)

For all your kosher food needs, please shop http://www.kosher.com


Beignets- juifs de sefrou-marocain Sfinj

ספינג’-מרוקאים+מתכון

 01.12.2010

הספינג’ של- yaffa banouz -bente sefrou marocmoreshet

Sfenje Moroccan doughnuts / سفنج مغربي Beignets marocains
מתכון: – 1, ק”ג קמח / שתי כפות שמרים יבשים / כפית סוכר / כף ערק / כפית מלח / שתי כפות שמן / כ-3-כוסות מים פושרים +,

אופן הכנה: – את הקמח , השמרים , הסוכר , מאחדים ולשים ביחד לבצק דליל , אוספים את הבזק לגומה אחת בעזרת השמן והמלח ועוד שתי כפות מים ,
לתת לבצק לנוח ולטפוח עד שהוא מכפיל את נפחו כ-שעה לערך , לגלות אותו וללוש שוב , לאחר כ-1/2 שעה אפשר להתחיל במלכת הטיגון, שאת ההליך רואים בשרטון !!!!!

חג חנוכה שמח !!!!!

צולם ע”י –yaffa banouz -054-5913698
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OHEL MALKA – Pourim 5771

29.03.2011

L’association a distribué 275 repas pour le Michté de Pourim 5771.
Un repas comprenant : Pains, riz, Pommes de Terres, viandes, Schnitzel, Salades, friandises et jouets pour les enfants.

איך להכין כדורי שוקולד טבעיים שילדים אוהבים

05.06.2011

Our Mother’s Recipes – Noodle Kugel

 08.02.2014

Get the recipe for The Best Ever Classic Jewish Noodle Kugel at See how to.

This is the second video in the Our Mothers Recipe series with Dorene Sager and Armin Feldman. They are demonstrating their mother’s recipe for noodle kuge.

Jamie and friends make an easy classic Kosher Spinach Noodle Kugel, the ultimate in Jewish food. Get the recipe here

Watch more Happy Hanukkah videos: People of any faith can prepare this fanta.

Watch me make noodle kugel and explain how to make it healthier! Here is the recipe for my kugel!

Happy Hanukkah from The Sam Livecast! We’re making a strangely delicious Noodle Kugel dish. It’s egg noodles but sweet. It has cottage cheese but is amazingl.

To view the next video in this series click: This video will show how to mix the ingredients for noodle kugel.

Order it online now! Michael, King and owner of Kosher Kingdom, shares his recipe for sweet noodle .

It’s easy. It’s tasty. It’s a traditional family recipe for the holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Now you can make Noodle Kugel! BTW.recipe uses an .

Jspace Food tells you how to make a savory noodle kugel, the perfect side dish for any meal! Find more recipes, tips and tricks for the Jewish kitchen at htt.

Kosher Deli Restaurant in White Plains New York. Making noodle kugel.

Denison’s Cross-Cultural Community is proud to announce the first annual International Food and Culture Festival! Inherent to one’s migration is the movement.

Get the App from Google Play: ☆ Kitchen Cat ☆ Apple Noodle Kugel Recipe. A recipe from the KC Des.

To view the next video in this series click: This video will show how to bake noodle kugel.

Get the App from Google Play: ☆ Kitchen Cat ☆ Apple Lokshen Noodle Kugel Recipe. A recipe from th.

Our Pineapple Noodle Pudding is a tropical twist on the original Eastern European dish known as kugel. Serve this warm or chilled for brunch or dessert and.

Jodie enjoyed her dinner last night – especially her noodle kugel from Aunt Joan – she had 2 helpings.

it tasted good,, i couldnt finish it all! mirracle noodles 100 g eggwhites 1 apple, chopped sweetener which bakes good cinnamon 0 cal non stick spray for loa.

This Philly Noodle Kugel is a great side dish that compliments any meat, fish, or poultry entrée. Serve either warm or cold. Whether you are traditionally Je.

This easy basic potato kugel recipe is a traditional baked Jewish casserole, served as a side dish. Moist on the inside and crispy golden on the outside it i.

12 oz wide egg noodles, cooked 4 min. 16 oz sour cream, 16 oz farmer’s cheese, 6 eggs, 1/4 c brown sugar, 1/8 tsp nutmeg, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp salt, bla.

Many people are unfamiliar with kugels, which are baked puddings associated with Eastern European Jews. They typically feature ingredients such as rice, nood.

I’ve finally got my act together to provide you with my families traditional holiday dish after years of being asked what is it and how do you make it. Enjoy.

| Jamie Geller from Kosher.com shows you how to make her simple and Kosher Cran-Apple Crunch Kug.

Le Nougat

14.02.2013
Voici une recette de pâtisserie orientale, qui est originaire d’Algérie, et que m’a transmise Nelly. Elle fait traditionnellement ce nougat lors de Pourim, une fête juive pendant le mois de février. Rien de compliqué à faire pour peu qu’on fasse bien attention à ne pas faire brûler les dattes sur le feu, et qu’on respect le temps de cuisson.
Ce nougat est un régal, essayez le vous m’en direz des nouvelles !
Merci à Nelly T. pour la recette 🙂

Le Roulé brioché “Crunch”special Pourim du Chef Stéphane Laïk

21.02.2013
Le Chef Stéphane Laïk vous délivres les secrets de son Roulé brioché “Crunch” au chocolat et noisettes caramélisées ;une recette special Pourim

Ingrédients pour 2 roulés.

4 verres de farine blanche tamisée (600 g)
1 cube de levure fraîche
1/2 verre de sucre (100 g)
100 g de beurre mou
2 œufs de taille moyenne
1/2 verre d’huile de tournesol
1 pincée de sel
Zest finement haché d’une orange ou d’un citron
1 cuillère à café d’extrait de vanille Bourbon ou 1 sachet de sucre vanillé

Les oreillettes de Pourim. Cuisson1

23.10.2011
Les oreillettes de Pourim.

Let’s Talk Nosh: Makin’ Hamantaschen

28.02.2013

Television chef Jeanette Friedman of ABC’s “The Taste”, let’s us into her world of cooking as she bakes hamantaschen assisted by Folkbiene Business Manager Jill Goldstein with a cameo appearance by Artistic Director Zalmen Mlotek.

http://www.nationalyiddishtheatre.org

Director, Marketing Communications: Christopher Massimine

12 Reasons why we eat Hamentashen on Purim

08.03.2012

The history and origin Hamentashen

Cookies are centerpiece of Jewish celebration

20.02.2013

Jews prepare to celebrate Purim

Purim Pastry! Hamantashen/Oznei Haman

09.03.2011

Baking Oznei Haman/Hamantashen for purim is so much fun. Enjoy!

LG
Recipe from back of poppyseed can!

Making of Bakery Hamantaschen for Purim – הכנת אוזני המן מאפיה לפורים

06.03.2012

Our friendly local bakers Guy and Avi at the Yesh Bakery in Modi’in Illit show us how they bake kosher Hamantaschen for Purim in the spirit of the Jewish holiday.

http://www.kuvienimages.com

אופים ידידותי שלנו גיא ואבי במאפייה יש במודיעין עילית הראה לנו איך הם אופים אזני המן לפורים ברוח החג.

How to make Hamantashen for Purim

 07.03.2009

Making Hamantashen

Recette facile חלה “challah” pain traditionnel du Shabbat

 04.03.2012

Matériel utilisé pour cette vidéo :
Musique titrée “Cafe anatolia I love secret” prise sur youtube
Cette vidéo reflète ma propre croyance indépendamment à la croyance du compositeur de cette musique et de ceux qui l’accompagnent.

Vidéo filmée par moi-même.
Recette facile חלה “challah” pain traditionnel du Shabbat

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Ari Goldwag Am Echad – One Nation – Official Music Video ארי גולדוואג – עם אחד – קליפ הרשמי

08.09.2013

Ari Goldwag singing Am Echad – One Nation.
ארי גולדוואג שר עם אחד.

אני אש – רן דנקר ועילי בוטנר

 05.04.2008

קליפ שצילמתי וערכתי
עבור רן דנקר ועילי בוטנר
מתוך האלבום “שווים” – אני אש

Lviv “Klez Fest” 2013

03.09.2013

клип снял Николай Рязанов

Alexei Kuznetsov – Israel

24.02.2014

ALEXEI KUZNETSOV [RUS] – Concert in the Olympic Village #1 (1985)
Melodiya, C60-22851-000
http://progresyvusisrokas.blogspot.com

Eli ( Iliya ) Raikhlin_Titora Institute of Art Development. Concert Final 2009. ( Modi’in, Israel )

24.02.2014

Fatoumata Diawara – Sonkolon – Live in Holon

04.03.2013

Great concert, very strong live performer, singer & dancer with happy making personality – Fatoumata Diawara from Mali live at Holon Theater in Holon Israel on 1st March 2013 (as part of the “Holon International Women’s Festival”).
פטומאטה דיוארה, תיאטרון חולון

Playing with
Greg Emonet – guitar
Jean-Alain Hohy – bass
Jean-Baptiste Ekoué Gbadoé – percussion
Corine Thuy-Thy – vocals

You find the song on the first album of Fatoumata Diawara ‘Fatou’, 2011 WorldCircuit

For more Fatou go to:
Website – http://fatoumatadiawara.fr/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/FatouMusic

Photos from the YI of KGH Concert with Fried, Pruz, Lipa, NYBC & Nachas – Jewish Music Report

Jewish Music Report ⋅ Jewish Music Reporter
Concerts, General, News, Photo Gallery — By Jewish Music Reporter on February 24, 2014 6:00 pm. ezagui1801 · ezagui1802 · ezagui1803 

Not Your Grandparents’ Sukkah: A Film Bound to Inspire

Like the historic project itself, the film explores the complexities of the meaning and observance of Sukkot— religious, cultural and architectural.

Boulder Jewish Film Festival

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Sponsored by The Millstone Evans Group of Raymond James

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Show uses music, dance to focus on diversity
Sun-Sentinel
“Many Cultures, One People,” the Jewish Family Service of Broward County’s March 23 show at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, will shine the theatrical spotlight on South Florida’s diversity. The 5:30 p.m., two-and-a-half hour show will include 
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First government-backed Jewish Theology school in Germany hailed as 
Fox News
The school– which will launch six new professorships—also has enrolled 49 students from Germany, Israel, Eastern Europe, and the U.S. Students will choose from subjects including liturgy, Jewish music history, and English, and can work towards 
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A Visit With Nachum Segal, Avatar of Modern Orthodox Sincerity
Tablet Magazine
But his agenda is no child’s game. Segal heads up what he calls his “Jewish Radio Empire”: Since 1983, he has hosted a live music and talk radio show every weekday morning from 6:00 to 9:00 on WFMU at 91.1FM in the New York area, now web streamed 
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With Olive Oil, Olim Spread the Light of Torah
The Jewish Press
“The whole purpose,” says Abrahams, “is to use the oil to spread light… and light isTorah.” To highlight the importance of trees, the pair, along with local rabbis and other community members, unveiled the organization this past Tu b’Shvat. The 
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Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein to receive Israel Prize
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
“Rabbi Lichtenstein’s works are a wonderful combination of deep, fluid familiarity with all aspects of Jewish scholarship, with an ability to take deep Torah concepts and make them palatable to the average Israeli,” Piron said in his announcement 
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Rabbinic Student From Ukraine, 25, Diligent Scholar and Caring Teacher
Chabad.org
Gedalya Grinzaid, a 25-year old rabbinical student from Ukraine, was killed Sunday after being struck by a city sanitation truck in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was said to be a diligent student and gentle teacher who dedicated his short life to Torah study and 
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Holocaust Torah at FWB temple repaired
The Northwest Florida Daily News
Temple Beth Shalom of Fort Walton Beach became custodian, on loan from the Westminster Synagogue, of Torah No. 816 in 1986. Rabbi Yochanan Salazar-Loewe, who started repair work, examines the Torah. This Torah was rescued from the town of 
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Trailblazing Conferences: Torah and Tahara
Yeshiva World News
Trailblazing Conferences: Torah and Tahara. (Monday, February 24th, 2014). Blank Title Home On a recent whirlwind tour to the United States, wrapping up the weeks of Shovavim, Rav Yitzchak Melber, founding director of Toras HaMishpacha, was fuelled by 
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Elsewhere: Hasidic development feud, Montessori schools teach Torah, Beilis 
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Montessori schools teach Torah: A new generation of Jewish parents are looking to Montessori schools to enrich their children’s religious education. (N.Y. Times). Hasidic development feud: Plans to launch a new Hasidic village in upstate New York have 
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Leading haredi rabbi: We will fight to the death against IDF enlistment
Jerusalem Post
Speaking to a gathering of loyalists and young yeshiva students in Jerusalem late Saturday night, Auerbach said that “the right of the state [to exist] is bound up in the merit of strengthening the Torah. When the state plots against the Torah, it has 
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Traces of Jewish Life Vanishing in Slovakia
Jewish Daily Forward
When I was growing up, we Jews made up nearly a third of the city. We had synagogues, schools, a number of communal organizations, even a couple of Hebrew publishing houses. Then came the Holocaust. Only several hundred of us survived. Some of us 
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In the Talmud, Jews Losing Touch With the Everyday Words of the Holy Land
Tablet Magazine
But in our own time, the question has returned to the center of Jewish life. Every month, it seems, another American Jewish writer publishes a book about Israel, either to praise or, more often recently, to condemn; and these books are in part 
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Guest Column: Don’t gamble with Jewish lives
Binghamton University Pipe Dream
As a Jew and Israeli citizen, I too cannot be quiet. I served as an Israeli soldier when in 2005 Israel removed thousands of families from Gaza and northern Samaria, destroying thelives and livelihood of thousands of Jewish Israeli citizens for peace 
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Salmond enjoys a snapshot of Jewish life
Jewish Chronicle
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond highlighted the Jewish contribution to the nation at a reception at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on Tuesday night. Mr Salmond was guest of honour at the launch of a photographic exhibition by Judah Passow 
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Life Of Music, Forgiveness And Optimism
The Jewish Week (blog)
The opening showing of my pre-Oscar night nominated shorts marathon was 10:35 Sunday morning. I was one of half-a-dozen people nestled in IFC’s coziest screening room to view “The Lady in No.6,” which enhanced my experience falling in love with the 
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Jewish group condemns new Ugandan anti-gay law
The Jewish Journal of Greater L.A.
After Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Monday signed into law a bill assigning a lifesentence to some forms of homosexual activity, the American Jewish World Service (AJWS), which has made LGBT rights its foremost issue, swiftly responded.
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Chabad Representatives in Ukraine Stay Put, Appeal for Help
Lubavitch.com
Chabad representatives—there are roughly 70 couples serving Jewish life Ukraine, which has an estimated Jewish population of 300,000—are not leaving. In interviews with lubavitch.com, they echoed similar attitudes, saying that their role is to serve 
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Meet the Jewish students who are taking on the Jewish establishment
Mondoweiss
I never expected to be involved (especially not to this extent) in Jewish life in college, but found myself in a welcoming Jewish community that became a home to me at Vassar in a number of ways. Jewishness is important to me because of the strong 
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Chicago Jewish filmmaker Harold Ramis dies at 69
Jewish United Fund
Having worked through that, I started looking at other concerns I have, like the movie Vacation was about what it was to be a good father and a good husband, two very difficult things to do in life. Then I made three films–Groundhog Day, Multiplicity 
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Birthright-style trips to Israel target ‘active adults’
Sun-Sentinel
Plotkin — who recently started an organization in Boca Raton called Liumi — Israel Center for Jewish Life — previously served as the rabbi for the University of Miami Hillel and the Hillel of Broward and Palm Beach County. He has been involved with 
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Special-needs awareness part of daily diet

“We celebrate all the major Jewish holidays with appropriate festivities,” Wolosow said. “In addition, important Jewish traditions are covered, such as 

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Yiddish-Fest 2012: Джем

 14.03.2012

Букник приглашает на видеоверсию фестиваля Yiddish-Fest 2012.

Baruch Levine – Vezakeini – Hasc video

29.10.2007

they showed this video during the hasc 20 concert when baruch levine sang his song.

Goldenes Kalb 1 Kabbala Fankfurt

12.02.2014

Das goldene Kalb
Zitat 1
1 Als aber das Volk sah, dass Mose ausblieb und nicht wieder von dem Berge zurückkam, sammelte es sich gegen Aaron und sprach zu ihm: Auf, mach uns einen G-tt, der vor uns hergehe! Denn wir wissen nicht, was diesem Mann Mose widerfahren ist, der uns aus Ägyptenland geführt hat.
2 Aaron sprach zu ihnen: Reißt ab die goldenen Ohrringe an den Ohren eurer Frauen, eurer Söhne und eurer Töchter und bringt sie zu mir.
3 Da riss alles Volk sich die goldenen Ohrringe von den Ohren und brachte sie zu Aaron.
4 Und er nahm sie von ihren Händen und bildete das Gold in einer Form und machte ein gegossenes Kalb. Und sie sprachen: Das ist dein G-tt, Israel, der dich aus Ägyptenland geführt hat!
(2. Moses 32:1-4)

Zitat 2
19 Sie machten ein Kalb am Horeb und beteten das gegossene Bild an
20 und verwandelten die Herrlichkeit ihres G-ttes in das Bild eines Ochsen, der Gras frisst.
21 Sie vergaßen G-tt, ihren Heiland, der so große Dinge in Ägypten getan hatte,
22 Wunder im Lande Hams und schreckliche Taten am Schilfmeer.
23 Und er gedachte, sie zu vertilgen, wäre nicht Mose gewesen, sein Auserwählter; der trat vor ihm in die Bresche, seinen Grimm abzuwenden, dass er sie nicht verderbe.
(Psalmen 106:19-23)

Zitat 3
Wo keine Rinder sind, da ist die Krippe leer; aber die Kraft des Ochsen bringt reichen Ertrag.
(Sprüche 14:4)

Zitat 4
3 Ein Ochse kennt seinen Herrn und ein Esel die Krippe seines Herrn; aber Israel kennt’s nicht, und mein Volk versteht’s nicht.
(Jesaja 1:3)

Shlomo Raskin öffnet für euch ein Fenster zu den chassidischen, spirituelle Gedanken der Geheim-Lehre der Thora, nach der Lehre vom Lubawitchen Rebbe.

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16.03.2013

Eine Hommage an den Hohenemser David von Pavel Schmidt. Buchvorstellung mit Pavel Schmidt und Himi Burmeister im Jüdischen Mueum Hohenems am 7.3.2013.

“Ari heißt Löwe” Erinnerungen

25.01.2014

Ari heißt Löwe. Buchvorstellung und Gespräch mit dem israelischen Journalisten Ari Rath im Jüdischen Museum Hohenems am 11. Dezember 2013. Moderation: Peter Niedermair

Herzlich Willkommen beim You Tube Kanal des Jüdischen Museums Hohenems. Sie finden auf dieser Seite Videos von Ausstellungseröffnungen und Veranstaltungen des Museums.

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Juden verlassen die Ukraine

Eine wachsende Zahl von Juden verlässt die Ukraine. Die Unruhen der vergangenen Monate hätten Abwanderungsbewegungen verstärkt, sagte der 

Stephan J. Kramer: Gedanken zur Zukunft der Juden in Europa

Die Woche der Brüderlichkeit 2014 in Kiel wird von zahlreichen Veranstaltungen begleitet, die das diesjährige Motto “Freiheit-Vielfalt-Europa” 

Die älteste bekannte Schoa-Überlebende wurde 110 Jahre alt

Theresienstadt ist ein sogenanntes Vorzeigelager der Nazis, um die internationale Öffentlichkeit über das tatsächliche Schicksal der Juden zu 
Jüdisches Filmfestival in Düsseldorf
Evangelischer Pressedienst
Februar das Paul Spiegel Filmfestival “Jüdische Welten”. Die Themenvielfalt zeige auch in diesem Jahr, wie unterschiedlich jüdische Lebenswelten sein können, erklärten die Veranstalter. Das Festival wolle Begegnung mit Filmen über jüdisches Leben 
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Juden verlassen Ukraine
DIE WELT
Die israelische Einwanderungsorganisation Jewish Agency for Israel sagte den ukrainischen Juden Unterstützung zu und bot den Schutz jüdischer Einrichtungen an. In der Ukraine leben nach Angaben der Jewish Agency rund 200.000 Juden, die meisten 
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Führung: Blinde erspüren das Jüdische Museum – Berlin – Berliner Morgenpost

Das Jüdische Museum Berlin bietet ab diesem Jahr Architekturführungen für blinde Menschen an.

Mit einem Lächeln
Oberbayerisches Volksblatt
Schon deshalb sollte es nicht verwundern, dass das Jüdische Museum München der israelischen Künstlerin, die 1971 in Be’er Scheva geboren wurde, nun die Ausstellung „Smiling At You“ widmet, was „dich anlächeln“ bedeutet. Mit einem Lächeln, mal 
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Jüdischer Friedhof braucht mehr Platz
neues deutschland
Der jüdische Friedhof in Erfurt wird schon bald zu klein sein. »Derzeit ist noch Platz für etwa zehn Gräber, die Erweiterung muss deshalb noch in diesem Jahr umgesetzt werden«, sagte der Vorsitzende der jüdischen Landesgemeinde, Reinhard Schramm.
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Jüdisches Filmfestival in Düsseldorf
Evangelischer Pressedienst
Düsseldorf (epd). Die Jüdische Gemeinde Düsseldorf und das Filmmuseum in der NRW-Landeshauptstadt veranstalten vom 23. bis zum 27. Februar das Paul Spiegel Filmfestival “Jüdische Welten”. Die Themenvielfalt zeige auch in diesem Jahr, wie 
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Kiews Oberrabbiner Yaakov Bleich: Gemeinden sorgen sich um ihre Sicherheit
Jüdische Allgemeine
Die politische und wirtschaftliche Zukunft der Ukraine ist mehr als ungewiss. Vertreter derjüdischen Gemeinde des Landes zeigen sich angesichts der unklaren Lage besorgt, sagte Kiews Oberrabbiner Yaakov Bleich am Montag: »Die Gemeinden sind 
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Deutsch-israelische Regierungskonsultationen am Montag und Dienstag in 
Jüdische Allgemeine
Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel (CDU) dringt auf eine Zwei-Staaten-Lösung zur Beilegung des Nahost-Konflikts. »Wir brauchen schnellstmöglich eine stabile Zwei-Staaten-Lösung mit einem jüdischen Staat Israel und gleichzeitig auch einer Staatlichkeit der 
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Rassismus in Kiew: Das Unbehagen der ukrainischen Juden
ZEIT ONLINE
Der jüdischen Bevölkerung bereitet es besonderes Unbehagen, dass die Rechtspopulisten mit am Tisch saßen, als Deutschlands Außenminister Frank-Walter Steinmeier mit Regierung und Opposition verhandelte. In den Parlamentswahlen 2012 erreichte 
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Demo für Jonathan Pollard
Jüdische Allgemeine
Mehr als 1000 Menschen demonstrierten am Sonntagabend vor der amerikanischen Botschaft in Tel Aviv für die Freilassung des jüdisch-amerikanischen Spions Jonathan Pollard. »Dies ist unsere erste offizielle Demonstration vor der amerikanischen 
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Die Jewrovision richtig rocken!«
Jüdische Allgemeine
Die Jewrovision ist für mich die jüdische Party schlechthin: bunt, laut, kreativ und ausgelassen. Von vielen weiß ich, dass sie dem Event das ganze Jahr entgegenfiebern. Wenige Wochen nach dem Ende der Jewrovision beginnen die meisten schon wieder 
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Begeisterung über jiddische Weltmusik
WESER-KURIER online
Die Jüdische Gemeinde Delmenhorst hatte wieder einmal zu einer musikalischen Veranstaltung in ihr Gemeindezentrum an der Louisenstraße eingeladen. Pedro Benjamin Becerra, Vorsitzender der Jüdischen Gemeinde, und Almut Bitter vom Freundes- und 
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Ungarns Christlich-jüdischer Rat sieht Probleme um 1944-Gedenken
Kathweb
Budapest, 24.02.2014 (KAP) Der Konflikt um ein umstrittenes Holocaust-Denkmal in Budapest lässt beim Christlich-Jüdischen Rat Ungarns die Alarmglocken läuten. Das renommierte Gremium befürchtet gerade im Blick auf die Jugend einen Misserfolg des 
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Ein notwendiges Signal
Derwesten.de
Die Kanzlerin hat einen Satz gesagt, der bis heute gilt: „Deutschland tritt entschieden für die Vision von zwei Staaten in sicheren Grenzen und in Frieden ein, für das jüdische Volk in Israel und das palästinensische in Palästina.“ Auf dem Weg zu einer 
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Interview with Harry Finkelman

24.02.2014

In this clip, Harry Finkelman shares some of his early memories of the Hamilton Jewish community in the 1910s. He notes name of shops, shop owners, streets and describes some of the synagogues.

Talmud Torah building (Hamilton, ON), April 1979. Ontario Jewish Archives, item 1795.

The Future of Judaism and Islam on American Campuses

 24.02.2014

February 18, 2014–The Annual John Paul II Center Lecture at The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS), this panel focuses on how Jews and Muslims can learn from one another how to best form uniquely American religious identities that will serve them into adulthood and communal responsibility. Panelists include Imam Abdullah Antepli of Duke University, Rabbi Gail Swedroe of the University of Florida Hillel, and Professor Mehnaz Afridi of Manhattan College. Huffington Post Executive Religion Editor Rev. Paul Raushenbush moderates.

This event was sponsored by the JTS Milstein Center for Interreligious Dialogue and The John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue at the Angelicum, Rome.

Sanctuary – Jewish Learning Never Stops

 24.02.2014

This episode of “Sanctuary” explores the vibrant, diverse world of adult Jewish education in the Chicago area — classes that bring life to ancient texts and contemporary study, immersing students in the centuries-old wisdom of sages while, potentially, transforming how the students view their own lives today.

From rabbinic scholars to neophytes with little Jewish background and no knowledge of Hebrew, there’s a program for just about everyone, regardless of age, observance or denomination. Featured are the Florence Melton School for Adult Jewish Learning; Svara: A Traditionally Radical Yeshiva; Yeshiva University Torah Mitzion Kollel; and the collection of educational programs offered by JCC Chicago. Rabbi Michael Balinsky of the Chicago Board of Rabbis serves as guide. Cindy Sher hosts.

New exhibition about the Cuban Jewish Community – Mael Benoliel for i24News

24.02.2014

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Rabbi Joseph Ehrenkranz

21.02.2010

Rabbi Shaul Praver interviews Rabbi Joseph Ehrenkranz, Executive Director of the Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding at Sacred Heart U. in Fairfield, CT

Stamford’s Rabbi Ehrenkranz remembered as ‘a giant’

STAMFORD — The city’s Jewish community is mourning one of its most prominent leaders, Rabbi Joseph Ehrenkranz, who led Congregation Agudath 

Peres: All religions should speak out against the killing of innocents

 a businessman and former president of AMIA – the Argentine Jewish CommunityCenter – Adalberto Rodriguez Giavarini, a former chief economist 

Supporting school choice

We want Jewish children to be able to be educated in Jewish Day Schools  to represent the interest of the Florida Jewish Day School community.

Eastern Ukraine synagogue hit by firebombs

Several Jewish communities in Kiev have beefed up their security arrangements during the unrest. Other communities put their activities on hold for 
Toulouse anti-racism rally features anti-Zionism chants
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Some of the insults were directed at Nicole Yardeni, who heads the local chapter of the CRIF umbrella group of Jewish communities, during the march on Saturday by 2,000 people. The march was organized by a gay group, Arc-en-Ciel, following the spraying 
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Jewish groups urge Gov. Brewer to veto SB1062
Jewish News of Greater Phoenix
Typical of the Jewish groups’ responses was an email sent by the Jewish CommunityAssociation of Greater Phoenix and signed by Joel Kramer, the board chair, and Stuart Wachs, president and CEO: “While the Association does not take political positions, 
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Jewish Agency Offering Emergency Help To Ukraine’s Jews
The Jewish Week
The Jewish Agency said it would offer immediate emergency assistance to the Jewish community of coup-ravaged Ukraine and help secure its institutions. Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky’s announcement on Saturday came hours after protests in 
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At March Against Anti-Semitism, Jewish Leader Told To ‘Get Lost’
Jewish Daily Forward
Participants in a march against anti-Semitism in Toulouse hurled anti-Zionist insults at a Jewish fellow demonstrator. The insults were directed at Nicole Yardeni, who heads the local chapter of the CRIF umbrella group of Jewish communities, during a 
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Jewish Agency offers emergency aid to Ukraine Jews
Canadian Jewish News
JERUSALEM — The Jewish Agency said it would offer immediate emergency assistance to the Jewish community of coup-ravaged Ukraine and help secure its institutions. Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky’s announcement on Saturday came hours 
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Chabad Representatives in Ukraine Stay Put, Appeal for Help
Lubavitch.com
Chabad representatives—there are roughly 70 couples serving Jewish life Ukraine, which has an estimated Jewish population of 300,000—are not leaving. In interviews with lubavitch.com, they echoed similar attitudes, saying that their role is to serve 
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Danish slaughter ban unites Jews and Muslims
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Representatives from Denmark’s Muslim and Jewish communities spoke to the country’s food minister on Saturday about new slaughter laws that are contrary to their religious practices. Earlier this week, Denmark passed a new law forbidding the animal 
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Come home, Ukrainian Jews
Jerusalem Post
The Ukrainian Jewish community is one of the largest Jewish communities in the Diaspora, with some 200,000 members. These communities are spread across the country from Lviv in the West to Kiev in the center to Dnepropetrovsk in the East. Both young 
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Purim ‘homecoming’ for Perth Amboy Jews
New Jersey Jewish News
Over the years, however, what was once one of the largest Jewish communities in the state has declined, and its families have spread throughout the country and world. However, from March 14 to 16, they can relive those glory days during the 
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#MakeItHappen Micro Giving Circle Awards Eight Grants
Boulder Jewish News
DSC_0060 The #MakeItHappen Micro Giving Circle at Rose Community Foundation has made grants to support eight new, creative Jewish projects through the Schusterman Family Foundations’ #MakeItHappen micro-grants initiative. From October through 
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The Boulder Jewish Community Center

The Boulder Jewish Community Center (Boulder JCC) is a central address of Jewish life in Boulder County and the Colorado Front Range and is home to one of the best Boulder preschools and day camp as well as baby, toddler, youth, family, teen, young adult, adult, arts and culture, and community programs. We provide a guide to Jewish Boulder. Everyone is Welcome!

FINAL JEWISH HISTORY

 24.02.2014

 The Aish Center provides cutting-edge social and learning opportunities for young Jewish professionals in New York City

http://www.AishCenter.com

We meet Jewish New Yorkers ‘where they are’ and connect them to their spiritual and cultural inheritance, via in-person and online programs, with virtual classes conducted via live Google Hangouts. We provide individualized learning, social and travel programs that transform ignorance to awareness, apathy to excitement, and curiosity to commitment. We inspire Jewish pride and leadership, and empower positive contribution to Jewish communities worldwide!

The Aish Center provides cutting-edge social and learning opportunities for young Jewish professionals in New York City in a warm, welcoming, and open atmosphere. Whether you want Business Networking Events, a Crash Course in Hebrew, Jewish Wisdom for Living, or the Israel adventure of a lifetime, Aish NY offers you access to more of the value in being Jewish.

Rabbi Mizrachi – Why Did The Holocaust Happen? Torah Codes, Having Faith in God No Matter What

31.08.2013

Rabbi Mizrachi – Why Did The Holocaust Happen? Torah Codes, Having Faith in God ALWAYS — Visit Website For More Lectures:http://www.divineinformation.com

Jewish Culture and Civilization

 05.02.2013

A discussion of a 10-volume anthology, “Jewish Culture Civilization,” with Felix Posen of the Posen Library, Editor-in-Chief James Young, and Deborah Dash Moore, co-editor of Volume 10 and “City of Promises” (NYC). “L’Chayim” from Bnai Zion House.

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COMMENT: The Magic Touch

The Magic Touch
Adar I 24, 5774 · February 24, 2014

Do hard workers become successful people? I’d like to think so . . . when I’m successful. But for every time I’ve worked hard and succeeded, I’ll show you another time when I worked hard and fell flat on my face.

Success is the magic that floods my efforts with satisfaction. But success is never a guarantee, because there are so many variables that play into my ideal outcome. Magic happens when all the variables are aligned and things play out even better than I’d anticipated.

What’s unnerving is the schism between work and success. In that schism, I am so vulnerable. Sometimes work flows seamlessly into success, and then I take all the credit for my achievements. Other times, that gap brings success close, but so out of reach.

Do hard workers become successful people?

I have my work cut out for me today. In the morning, I’ll prepare for a few of my classes. Success would mean that my students walk away stimulated and consciously aware of their core spiritual identity.

Later on, I’ll cook for Shabbat. Success would mean that the food is perfectly kosher and very tasty, and nurtures my Shabbat guests.

When my daughter comes home from school, I’ve planned some alone time for us. We’ve been getting into power struggles, and we need to talk. Success would mean that she shares openly with me and is receptive to my guidance. Ultimate success means that she develops healthy skills for conflict resolution.

After the kids are asleep, I’ll write. If I’m lucky, I’ll uncover the unifying idea behind my research and find the right words to express myself.

Success may be a wild card, but hard work is a skill you can master. You need to assess your resources: internal resources like talents, skills and intelligence; or external resources like money, family and friends. Once you know what you have to work with, you need to have the confidence to utilize and cultivate those resources. As the old adage goes, “You’ve got to do your best with the tools you have.”

It’s G‑d who gives us the resources with which to work. My opportunities are His gift to me. But pulling things together and pushing my agenda forward is laborious work. And once I put in the work, it’s all too easy to forget that G‑d is the sole determinant of success.

Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz was a disciple of the Baal Shem Tov, and later became a rebbe in his own right. He had a student who meticulously observed the mitzvah of refraining from eating leavened foods (chametz) on Passover. This student scrutinized every morsel of food that he ate on Passover—he wouldn’t even eat at the home of his rebbe, Rabbi Pinchas. Rabbi Pinchas invited him to his house for every meal, and every day his student refused him. On the last day of Passover, Rabbi Pinchas invited him yet again, and his student politely declined yet again. “Check the bottom of your water barrel,” Rabbi Pinchas told him. Lo and behold, lying at the bottom of his water barrel was a kernel of wheat—actual chametz. The student was shocked and devastated. He ran to his rebbe and cried, “How could G‑d have done this to me, knowing how careful I am not to have one speck of chametz in my home?” The rebbe replied, “We all need G‑d’s help, and we all have G‑d’s help—unless we say to G‑d, ‘I’ll manage on my own.’ Then G‑d says, ‘By all means, show Me that you can do it on your own.’”

It’s humbling to have to ask G‑d for success. Especially when you’ve invested so much personal ingenuity. But G‑d’s final touch is much more effective than our cumulative efforts.

There are short-term goals and more global pursuits. Top on my list of global, lifelong pursuits is to develop spiritual sensitivity. I want a relationship with G‑d that tugs at my heartstrings. I want a higher consciousness, and more passion when I do mitzvot. Does that sound noble or unrealistic? Perhaps it’s both. Chassidic teachings explain that authentic feelings for G‑d are a gift from Him. My part is to serve G‑d through the mitzvot. I can’t make myself enlightened, but I can do what G‑d wants of me. If I’m successful, if G‑d chooses to bless me with overt success, then our relationship will be emotionally satisfactory as well. Spiritual narcissism comes from going directly for the inspirational relationship with G‑d. Humility means doing what G‑d wants and waiting for Him to gift me with inspiration.1

The template for our partnership with G‑d is spelled out in the Jewish people’s first national venture: the construction of a portable sanctuary, the Tabernacle. The Tabernacle was G‑d’s home on earth and His vehicle for communication with the Jewish people. It was an intricate and exciting project. G‑d had provided them with all the resources they needed, as well as detailed instructions. Parshat Vayakhel describes how the Jews invested money, labor and effort into the construction. Everyone pulled together in their unique way. The Parshah’s name, Vayakhel, means “and he assembled,” and they truly assembled a beautiful structure with elegant furniture. But it was empty. It didn’t feel like G‑d’s home yet. The Parshah concludes, but the story doesn’t culminate.

There are short-term goals and more global pursuits

In the next Parshah, Pekudei, Moses reviews the inventory of the Tabernacle and sets up shop. And then the magic occurs: “The cloud covered the Tent of Meeting, and the glory of the L‑rd filled the Mishkan.”2G‑d transformed the Tabernacle from a wooden edifice into a magical, G‑dly oasis.

“Work smarter, not harder” is a popular phrase. To me, working smarter means consciously attracting G‑d’s blessing to our endeavors, acknowledging our dependence on Him, being aware of the partnership between us.

Sometimes, partnering with G‑d can be counterintuitive. Like when I’m are so frantically busy that I don’t have any time to pray. But here is another perspective: “I have so much to do today, I can’t afford not to pray!” I can work from the bottom up, but only G‑d can see the situation from the top down.

The Lubavitcher Rebbe said that although having a large family is so incredibly time-consuming, the more children a mother has, the more efficiently she will work. Not only because of her learned expertise, but because G‑d gives her work an extra dose of blessing and success so that she can accomplish more in less time.3

In Parshat Vayakhel, the Jews work hard to make the Tabernacle happen. In Parshat Pekudei, G‑d’s presence rests on the Tabernacle.

In a standard year with 12 months (not a leap year with 13 months), we don’t have enough weekends for the 54 Torah portions to be read. The solution is to double up several of the short Parshiot. The Parshah of Vayakhel is paired up with Pekudei, making them “sister Parshiot.” This Parshah partnership itself speaks volumes about efficiency and time management. If you want to get twice as much done as usual, look to merge “Vayakhel” and “Pekudei”—personal effort and the recognition that it’s G‑d who makes it magical.4

FOOTNOTES
1. Torah Ohr, Parshat Mishpatim.
2. Exodus 40:34.
3. From a talk of the Rebbe on Rosh Chodesh Shevat 5741 (1981).
4. Likkutei Sichot, vol. 3, p. 933.
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Rochel is a mother of four children and the co-director of Chabad of Las Olas, FL serving the community of young professionals. She is a high school teacher and a freelance writer—and a frequent contributor to Chabad.org. She lectures extensively on topics of Kabbalah and feminism, and their application to everyday life. Rochel holds an MS in Brain Research from Nova SE University.

PARENTING: Don’t Forget

Don’t Forget
Adar I 24, 5774 · February 24, 2014

Our brain processes language in mysterious ways. Learning the quirks of the brain can help you master yourself and help others, so here are the some tips I’ve picked up in my years of studying psychology and hypnosis:

  • Be concise. The brain doesn’t like a lot of little words. For instance, if you want to give your brain the suggestion that it should relax your body, it would be better to close your eyes and think to yourself, “Relaxing deeper and deeper,” rather than say to yourself, “I am now relaxing all of my muscles.” The brain wants you to get to the point and skip all the extraneous words.
  • Use “ing” words. The brain seems to respond better
    Our brain processes language in mysterious ways

    to words that end in “ing” over declarative sentences (e.g. “Relaxing . . .”).

  • Use permissive words. The brain prefers “permissive” words to direct instructions. Therefore, “I’ll allow myself a few minutes of rest” is far more restful than the stressful “I’ve got to rest right now.”
  • Be positive. The brain isn’t fond of negativity, and so tends to discard words and parts of words like “don’t,” “not,” “un,” “never,” “no,” and so on. This leads to interesting results: If you’re rushing out of the house in the morning and you tell yourself “Don’t forget the book,” your brain is quite likely to deliver the instruction “Forget the book.” If you think of a task as being “no problem,” the brain drops the “no” and focuses on the “problem.” “How was your day?” “Not bad.” Saying this fails to generate much happiness.
  • Use labels with caution. The brain loves labels. If you put a label anywhere in a sentence, the brain latches onto it and stores it as the essential part of the message. This can lead to serious distortions from the original intent. For example, saying to a child, “You spoke in a very mean way to your sister” will be stored as “You are mean.” This is because “mean” was the only label in the sentence, and it is now chosen to concisely summarize the message in the brain. All the other information in the sentence just disappears.

The Implications for Family Communication

As a parent, these tips can be very useful. For instance, if you would like your children to lower their voices, you’ll be more effective with the “ing” strategy, saying something like “Speaking quietly, please,” rather than “Can you guys please lower your voices?” Remember, too, that the brain responds better to brief instructions. “Walking slowly” is better than “Hey guys, please slow down and stop running.” “Walking slowly” is also better than the directive “Slow down.”

Positive constructs are more effective than negative ones, which is especially important when talking to kids. Try saying “Remember your lunch!” instead of “Don’t forget your lunch!”

Similarly, replace phrases like “not bad,” “no problem,” and “not an issue” with phrases like “very good,” “my pleasure,” “glad to help,” and so on. These words give you and your listener a much stronger dose of positive energy.

Positive constructs are more effective than negative ones

Permissive words can be used to good advantage, too. For instance, suppose a child says, “The homework will be too hard!” You might be inclined to say something like “You’ll see—it will be easy.” However, you’ll probably get better results by saying something like “Allow yourself to be surprised—maybe it will be easy!” The permissive language (“allow,” “surprised,” “maybe”) helps the brain absorb information, whereas the declarative version (“you will see,” “it will be easy”) invites resistance and argument.

As for the constructive use of labels, a helpful family rule is “Never use a negative label in any sentence.” Instead of saying “You were very mean to your sister,” switch to “You need to be sensitive to your sister’s feelings.” The label “sensitive” will stick like glue to your child’s brain, helping him to actually become more sensitive in the future.

Advice from Our Sages

Choosing words wisely is a longstanding tradition in Judaism. Every word we speak is seen to have powerful effects on ourselves, our loved ones, our community, and even our universe! As our sages advise, “Think about it before you say it.” The more we know about how words are processed and received, the more effective we can be with choosing those that will achieve our goals.

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Konrad Emil Bloch, 1964 Nobel Laureate in Medicine (A Meditation)

28.11.2011

Abortion’s Handmaid: The Depersonalized World of Dianna Murphy

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இڿڰۣ-ڰۣ——

Bloch was born in Neisse (Nysa) in the German Empire’s Prussian Province of Silesia. He was the second child of a middle class family. From 1930 to 1934, he studied chemistry at the Technical University of Munich. In 1934, due to the Nazi persecutions of Jews, he fled to the Schweizerische Forschungsinstitut in Davos, Switzerland, before moving to the United States in 1936. Later he was appointed to the department of biological chemistry at Yale Medical School.

In the United States, Bloch enrolled at Columbia University, and received a Ph.D in biochemistry in 1938. He taught at Columbia from 1939 to 1946. From there he went to the University of Chicago and then to Harvard University as Higgins Professor of Biochemistry in 1954, a post he held until 1982. After retirement at Harvard, he served as the Mack and Effie Campbell Tyner Eminent Scholar Chair in the College of Human Sciences at Florida State University.

Bloch shared the Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology in 1964 with Feodor Lynen, for their discoveries concerning the mechanism and regulation of the cholesterol and fatty acid metabolism. Fellow of the Royal Society in 1985. In 1988, he was awarded the National Medal of Science.

Bloch died in Lexington, Massachusetts of congestive heart failure, aged 88.

*** Prayer and Torah study groups will continue to be held around the world in the merit of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and his family.

Louis Dembitz Brandeis Quote (A Meditation)

27.11.2011

Louis Dembitz Brandeis (November 13, 1856 — October 5, 1941) was an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States from 1916 to 1939.

He was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jewish immigrant parents who raised him in a secular mode. He enrolled at Harvard Law School, graduating at the age of twenty with the highest grade average in the college’s history.

Brandeis settled in Boston where he became a recognized lawyer through his work on progressive social causes. Starting in 1890, he helped develop the “right to privacy” concept by writing a Harvard Law Review article of that title, and was thereby credited by legal scholar Roscoe Pound as having accomplished “nothing less than adding a chapter to our law”. He later published a book entitled Other People’s Money And How the Bankers Use It, suggesting ways of curbing the power of large banks and money trusts, which partly explains why he later fought against powerful corporations, monopolies, public corruption, and mass consumerism, all of which he felt were detrimental to American values and culture. He also became active in the Zionist movement, seeing it as a solution to antisemitism in Europe and Russia, while at the same time being a way to “revive the Jewish spirit.”

When his family’s finances became secure, he began devoting most of his time to public causes and was later dubbed the “People’s Lawyer.” He insisted on serving on cases without pay so that he would be free to address the wider issues involved. The Economist magazine calls him “A Robin Hood of the law.” Among his notable early cases were actions fighting railroad monopolies; defending workplace and labor laws; helping create the Federal Reserve System; and presenting ideas for the new Federal Trade Commission (FTC). He achieved recognition by submitting a case brief, later called the “Brandeis Brief,” which relied on expert testimony from people in other professions to support his case, thereby setting a new precedent in evidence presentation.

In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson nominated Brandeis to become a member of the Supreme Court. However, his nomination was bitterly contested, partly because, as Justice William O. Douglas wrote, “Brandeis was a militant crusader for social justice whoever his opponent might be. He was dangerous not only because of his brilliance, his arithmetic, his courage. He was dangerous because he was incorruptible. . . [and] the fears of the Establishment were greater because Brandeis was the first Jew to be named to the Court.” He was eventually confirmed by the Senate by a vote of 47 to 22 on June 1, 1916, and became one of the most famous and influential figures ever to serve on the high court. His opinions were, according to legal scholars, some of the “greatest defenses” of freedom of speech and the right to privacy ever written by a member of the Supreme Court.

*** Prayer and Torah study groups will continue to be held around the world in the merit of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and his family.

Gertrude Belle Elion, 1988 Nobel Laureate in Medicine (A Meditation)

28.11.2011

Gertrude Belle Elion (January 23, 1918 — February 21, 1999) was an American biochemist and pharmacologist, and a 1988 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Working alone as well as with George H. Hitchings, Elion developed a multitude of new drugs, using innovative research methods that would later lead to the development of the AIDS drug AZT.

Born in New York City to immigrant parents, she graduated from Hunter College in 1937 and New York University (M.Sc.) in 1941. Unable to obtain a graduate research position due to her gender, she worked as a lab assistant and a high school teacher. Later, she left to work as an assistant to George H. Hitchings at the Burroughs-Wellcome pharmaceutical company (now GlaxoSmithKline). She never obtained a formal Ph.D., but was later awarded an honorary Ph.D from Polytechnic University of New York in 1989 and honorary SD degree from Harvard university in 1998.

Rather than relying on trial-and-error, Elion and Hitchings used the differences in biochemistry between normal human cells and pathogens (disease-causing agents) to design drugs that could kill or inhibit the reproduction of particular pathogens without harming the host cells.

Elion’s inventions include:

-6-mercaptopurine (Purinethol), the first treatment for leukemia.

-Azathioprine (Imuran), the first immuno-suppressive agent, used for organ transplants.

-Allopurinol (Zyloprim), for gout.

-Pyrimethamine (Daraprim), for malaria.

-Trimethoprim (Septra), for meningitis, septicemia, and bacterial infections of the urinary and respiratory tracts.

-Acyclovir (Zovirax), for viral herpes.

In 1988 Elion received the Nobel Prize in Medicine, together with Hitchings and Sir James Black. Other awards include the National Medal of Science (1991) and the Lemelson-MIT Lifetime Achievement Award (1997). In 1991 she became the first woman to be inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

In Tom Brokaw’s Greatest Generation, there is a chapter devoted to her.

Gertrude Elion died in North Carolina in 1999, aged 81. She had moved to the Research Triangle in 1970, and for a time served as a research professor at Duke University. She was unmarried.

*** Prayer and Torah study groups will continue to be held around the world in the merit of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and his family.

Rita Levi-Montalcini, 1986 Nobel Laureate in Medicine (A Meditation))

28.11.2011

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Rita Levi-Montalcini (born 22 April 1909), Knight Grand Cross is an Italian neurologist who, together with colleague Stanley Cohen, received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of nerve growth factor (NGF). Since 2001, she has also served in the Italian Senate as a Senator for Life.

Today she is the oldest living Nobel laureate and the first ever to reach a 100th birthday. On 22 April 2009 she was feted with a 100th birthday party at Rome’s city hall.

Born in Turin to a Jewish family, together with her twin sister Paola she was the youngest of four children. Her parents were Adamo Levi, an electrical engineer and gifted mathematician, and Adele Montalcini, a painter.

Levi-Montalcini decided to attend medical school after seeing a close family friend die of cancer, overcoming the objections of her father who believed that “a professional career would interfere with the duties of a wife and mother”. She enrolled in the Turin medical school in 1930. After graduating in 1936, she went to work as Giuseppe Levi’s assistant, but her academic career was cut short by Benito Mussolini’s 1938 Manifesto of Race and the subsequent introduction of laws barring Jews from academic and professional careers.

During World War II, she conducted experiments from a home laboratory, studying the growth of nerve fibers in chicken embryos which laid the groundwork for much of her later research. (She describes this experience decades later in the 1995 science documentary Death by Design/The Life and Times of Life and Times, which also features her identical twin sister Paola, who had entered a decades-long career in the arts.) Her first genetics laboratory was in her bedroom at her home. In 1943, her family fled south to Florence, and she set up a laboratory there also. Her family returned to Turin in 1945.

In September 1946, Levi-Montalcini accepted an invitation to Washington University in St. Louis, under the supervision of Professor Viktor Hamburger. Although the initial invitation was for one semester, she stayed for thirty years. It was there that she did her most important work: isolating the nerve growth factor (NGF) from observations of certain cancerous tissues that cause extremely rapid growth of nerve cells in 1952. She was made a Full Professor in 1958, and in 1962, established a research unit in Rome, dividing the rest of her time between there and St. Louis.

From 1961 to 1969 she directed the Research Center of Neurobiology of the CNR (Rome), and from 1969 to 1978 the Laboratory of Cellular Biology.

Rita Levi-Montalcini founded the European Brain Research Institute, covering the appointment of president.

Her role in this institute was at the center of some criticism from some parts of the scientific community in 2010.

Controversies were raised by the collaboration of Prof. Montalcini with the Italian Pharmaceutical Factory Fidia.

Since 1975 the scientist promoted the drug Cronassial produced by Fidia from bovine brain. The drug turned out some years later to be able to cause a severe neurological syndrome (Guillain-Barré syndrome). For this reason Germany banned Cronassial in 1983, followed by other countries. Italy prohibited the drug only in 1993.

This episode raised serious critics to Rita Levi-Montalcini.

On 1 August 2001 she was appointed as Senator for Life by the President of the Italian Republic, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi.

On 28–29 April 2006, Levi-Montalcini, aged 97, attended the opening assembly of the newly-elected Senate, at which the President of the Senate was elected; she declared her preference for the centre-left candidate Franco Marini. Levi-Montalcini, who is the senior member of the Upper House, chose not to be the temporary president on this occasion. She actively takes part in the Upper House discussions, unless busy in academic activities around the world. Due to her support of the government of Romano Prodi, she was often criticized by some right-wing senators, who accused her of “saving” the government when the government’s exiguous majority in the Senate was at risk. She has been frequently insulted in public, and on blogs, since 2006, by both center-right senators such as Francesco Storace, and far-right bloggers for her age and Jewish origins.

Levi-Montalcini is currently the oldest living and the longest-lived Nobel laureate who, though hard of hearing and nearly blind, recently vowed to remain a political force in her country.

She is an agnostic, although on Sunday 17 January 2010 she was present in Rome’s main synagogue, during the official visit of pope Benedict XVI.

*** Prayer and Torah study groups will continue to be held around the world in the merit of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and his family.

Paul Ehrlich, 1908 Nobel Laureate in Medicine (A Meditation)

27.11.2011

Paul Ehrlich (14 March 1854 — 20 August 1915) was a German scientist in the fields of hematology, immunology, and chemotherapy, and Nobel laureate. He is noted for curing syphilis and for his research in autoimmunity, calling it “horror autotoxicus”. He coined the term chemotherapy and popularized the concept of a magic bullet.

Paul Ehrlich was born into a Jewish family in Strehlen, in the German Kingdom of Prussia, Province of Silesia (now in Poland). As a schoolboy (inspired by his cousin Karl eigert who owned one of the first microtomes) he became fascinated by the process of staining microscopic tissue substances. He kept that interest during his studies at the universities of Wroclaw (Breslau), Strasbourg, Freiburg im Breisgau and Leipzig.

In his dissertation at the University of Leipzig, he picked up the topic again (“Contributions to the Theory and Practice of Histological Staining”, Beiträge zur Theorie und Praxis der histologischen Färbung). He married Hedwig Pinkus (then aged 19) in 1883. The couple had two daughters, named Stephanie and Marianne. After his clinical education and habilitation (“The Need of the Organism for Oxygen “, Das Sauerstoffbedürfnis des Organismus) at the Charité in Berlin in 1886 he received a call from Robert Koch to join the Institute of Infectious Diseases in Berlin (1891).

Ehrlich spent two years in Egypt, recovering from tuberculosis. Thereafter he worked with his friend Emil Adolf von Behring on the development of a diphtheria serum. The serum was successfully used during an epidemic in Germany. Ehrlich skillfully transformed diphtheria antitoxin into an effective preparation, his first world renown achievement. However, von Behring cheated Ehrlich out of both recognition and financial reward. Only von Behring received the first Nobel Prize in Medicine, in 1901, for contributions in research of diphtheria.

These works inspired Ehrlich’s famous side-chain theory (Seitenkettentheorie) from 1897. This theory explained the effects of serum and enabled measurement of the amount of antigen. In 1896 Ehrlich became the director of the newly founded Institute of Serum Research and Examination (Institut für Serumforschung und Serumprüfung) in Steglitz (Berlin). In 1899 the institute was moved to Frankfurt (Main) and extended into the Royal Institute of Experimental Therapy (Institut für experimentelle Therapie). Here Ehrlich researched chemotherapy and infectious diseases. In 1904 Ehrlich became honorary professor of the University of Göttingen.

Ehrlich received the Nobel Prize for Medicine together with Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov in 1908. In 1906 he discovered the structural formula of atoxyl, a chemical compound which had been shown to be able to treat sleeping sickness. Following this discovery, he tried to create a less toxic version of the medicament. In 1909 he and his student Sahachiro Hata developed Salvarsan, a treatment effective against syphilis. Discovered in the fall of 1909, Salvarsan was in clinical use by 1910. Salvarsan proved to be amazingly effective, particularly when compared with the conventional therapy of mercury salts. Manufactured by Hoechst AG, Salvarsan became the most widely prescribed drug in the world. It was the most effective drug for treating syphilis until penicillin became available in the 1940s. His work illuminated the existence of the blood-brain barrier.

*** Prayer and Torah study groups will continue to be held around the world in the merit of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin and his family.

 

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