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World Leaders including Yitzhak Rabin and Margaret Thatcher discuss the impact of The Lubavitcher Rebbe’s leadership in this compelling documentary that paints a global picture of the Chabad Movement’s achievements and roots. A clarifying portrait of The Rebbe – Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson – produced at the height of his charismatic powers in 1992. Directed by filmmaker Jerry Levine, under the auspices of the World Lubavitch Movement and Jewish Educational Media. This version is 14 minutes longer than the broadcast version and contains previously unpublished photographs and information in honor of the 20th Anniversary of Gimmel Tammuz, the Rebbe’s Yahrtzeit.
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UN troops enter Gaza and take over the disputed territory. HD Stock Footage
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The United Nations involvement in Gaza, Gaza Strip. The UN takes over the disputed territory. Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion and officials in the Parliament. People gather in a large number on the streets. US President Dwight David Eisenhower signs a bill in Washington DC, United States. He signs a congressional resolution approving his policy for the mid-east, Israeli forces withdrawing from position in the Gulf of Aqaba and in Gaza. Removal of supplies and military materials from the area. Parked vehicles. UN troops enter the area to meet the rioting Arabs. People demonstrate. The troops control the crowd. Location: Gaza. Date: March 11, 1957.
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Johann Andreas Eisenmenger and the Talmud Lecture by Dr. Henry Abramson
Posing as a would-be convert to Judaism, Johann Andreas Eisenmenger studied Rabbinic literature for 19 years before publishing a massive two-volume denunciation of the Talmud called “Judaism Revealed” in 1711. His defamation of Jews and Judaism has been the foundation of much antisemitic diatribe for the last three centuries.
History of Israel – Documentary on Israeli Jewish history and the Jewish diaspora in Europe and the Middle East part 2
This documentary explains of the Jewish diaspora from ancient Israel that later formed the Ashkenazi Jews of Western and Eastern Europe and the Sephardic/Mizrahi Jews of Southern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
The Kabbalah of Forgiveness and more…. (Dr. Henry Abramson)
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YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Dr. Henry Abramson This Week in Jewish History
The Fate of Jewish Communities: Before,During and After the Holocaust
Rav Berel Wein JewishHistory.org is a new Destiny website where one can study Jewish History online.
Rav Berel Wein Jewish History Crash Course
Jewish Documentary – Full Film
http://JewishHistory.org Faith and Fate is a documentary telling the story of the Jews in the 20th Century.
The first Episode is called, “The Dawn of the Century” and covers 1900 – 1910.
This episode introduces the uniqueness of Jewish history in the 20th century within the
context of world history. At the turn of the 20th century, Jews were scattered across the
globe, representing only ¼ of one percent of the worlds population. It was a time of
empires, imperial rule and colonial expansionism. In Russia the masses, including the
Jews, lived in dire poverty which was compounded by grassroots antisemitism. In 1905
the Russian masses revolted and there was a general strike. On Bloody Sunday the
Czar responded with force. The Czar did not abdicate until 1917, which is typically the
date given for the second Russian Revolution, which, in turn, led to increased pogroms
against the Jews. The pogroms and the economic conditions forced approximately
40% of Jewish population to leave the Russian Empire and go to Western countries
including the United States and to Palestine and other countries as far away as South
Africa and Australia.
Emigration and the Enlightenment presented Jews with the dilemma and opportunity to
maintain or reject their traditional Jewish upbringing, and many decided to forgo their
traditional Judaism and blend in with their larger non-Jewish society. Within the
traditional Jewish world, change was occurring as well, with the rise and acceptance of
the Mussar Movement, an ethical approach to Judaism. Because Jews were not
allowed into institutions of higher education in Eastern Europe, most of them went to
study in yeshivas to sharpen their intellect. The traditional yeshiva, unintentionally,
became a breeding ground for all philosophies, Jewish and secular alike. Zionism
grew as a national movement, and was led by secular Jews antithetical to traditional
Judaism. While most rabbis rejected Zionism and its leaders, because of their
nontraditional beliefs, a minority of rabbis developed religious Zionism, which combined
traditional Judaism with Zionist philosophy. The Old Yishuv Jews, who had settled in
Palestine in the late 1800s, were committed to traditional Judaism and rejected
secular, nationalistic ideas of the New Yishuv Zionists.
The Sephardic Jews living in Moslem and Arab countries at the turn of the 20th
Century maintained their own rich Jewish traditions and heritage, which often differed
from those of the Ashkenazim. There was relative peace within the Jewish community
and among the leadership in these Arab and Moslem countries, and although life was
sometimes difficult, these Sephardic Jews did not experience, by and large, pogroms
or the influences of the Enlightenment or Reform Judaism.
In Europe, Jews were the leaders of the Labor and Socialist movements and
spearheaded the establishment of labor unions in America. The challenge of
assimilation in the United States was the greatest difficulty confronting Jewish
immigrants. Attempts were made to stem the tide. Reform Judaism became a symbol
of acceptance into modern American society and Dr. Solomon Schechter initiated the
Universal Synagogue movement which became Conservative Judaism. Also
Sephardic and Ashkenazic Jewish immigrants had to find their respective places within
the Jewish community and in their new host country, the United States, as well..
A small, strong group of American Jewish immigrants managed to cling to their Jewish
traditions and adapt themselves to the new reality in America. Meanwhile, for Jews
around the world, with the threat of WWI looming, the imperial race for supremacy was
STAND WITH ISRAEL
SRAEL is the historic homeland of the Jewish people. God gave that land to the descendants of Abraham and Sarah, who are the Jews. The Bible says he’ll never break that covenant: Judges 2:1 “I brought you unto the land which I swore unto your fathers; and I said, I will Never break my covenant with you”. God set forth what he had done for Israel, and what he had promised.
The Rebbe and The Resurgence of Orthodox Judaism
Menachem Mendel Schneerson built the Lubavitcher movement from a relatively small sect within Hasidic Judaism into the powerful force in Jewish life that it is today. Samuel Heilman, Professor of Sociology at CUNY, explores Schneerson’s beliefs and the rise of orthodox Judaism. Series: “Herman P. and Sophia Taubman Endowed Symposia in Jewish Studies” [11/2011] [Humanities] [Show ID: 22631]
Rabbi Israel Meir Kahan, the Chofetz Chaim (Jewish Biography as History)
The Chofetz Chaim was one of the most influential Rabbinic thinkers of the late 19th and early 20th century. Rabbi Israel Meir Kagan is known principally for his dramatically creative analysis of the topic of forbidden speech (lashon ha-ra), and rose to prominence as a major scholar-leader of the Jewish people. Part of the Jewish Biography as History lecture series by Dr. Henry Abramson, more lectures available at http://www.jewishhistorylectures.org.
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