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Shofar Callin’: The Rosh Hashanah song for the Jewish New Year, ;G-dcast: The Holidays

24.08.2010
Shofar Callin’ connects the story Jews read on the New Year — when God tells Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac — with the ritual blowing of the Shofar, or ram’s horn. What’s the connection?

Find out how the Jewish New Year is WAY more than just a day to spend in synagogue, and how the call of the Shofar can be spiritually meaningful in your daily life.

Prodezra Beats, an independent artist, broke out big on the scene when he produced the track for “Change” with Y-Love & DeScribe, released on Shemspeed. Now with the “Shofar Callin'” track for Rosh Hashanah, he is back with another viral hit!

This G-dcast will have you bumping into the new year in no time! Shana tova.

NEW: HEBREW AND SPANISH SUBTITLES!!! Click the “CC” on the bottom right of the video.

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Ari Goldwag Am Echad Dance (Official)

04.09.2014
The Am Echad video is approaching it’s first year anniversary, which will be coinciding with it hitting 500,000 views on youtube, be’H. In honor of this momentous time, I would like to share an unedited version of the Am Echad dance which features myself as ‘chiloni’ and ‘chasidi’ alongside my wonderful son Moshe Dov. Without the quick scene changes, you can finally learn the dance!

Soul Bigger (The Rosh Hashana Song)

Being a Man

01.09.2014
Why is 13 the age for a Bar Mitzvah?

By Charlie and Moshe Harary

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MACHON MEIR YESHIVA JERUSALEM

06.04.2013
http://english.machonmeir.net/
Machon Meir is a Center for Jewish Studies that is located in the heart of Jerusalem, Israel in the neighborhood of Kiryat Moshe. It was established by Rabbi Dov Bigon shortly after the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Rabbi Bigon was a commander in the Israeli Defense Force that helped liberate Jerusalem and the Western Wall from the Jordanian Legion. After the war he began to contemplate the meaning of the Jewish Nation and decided to enroll himself in the Merkaz HaRav Kook Yeshiva in Jerusalem.

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Machon Meir for over the last 35 years has been a place for all of Am Yisrael to come and learn more about their Jewish roots. It is a place to get a deeper understanding of what it means to be part of the Nation of Israel and the importance of living in the Land of Israel. Since its inception it has grown to become more than just a center for Jewish learning. It now has expanded into a facility that has over 600 students with classes in Hebrew, English, Russian, French and Spanish. Its main student body is made up of Israelis, which is great for the student from abroad to be able to get a first hand feel of what the Israeli Religious culture is like. It also has thousands of Alumni who frequently visit Machon Meir and stay in personal contact with their Rabbis.
It has also opened up a Religious Zionist seminary for women speakers of Hebrew, Spanish and Russian called Machon Ora. If you would like to visit their website go to ttp://mora.machonmeir.net/heb/

Machon Meir is also the only place in Jerusalem which offers Kosher, Torani Ulpan classes for men only to learn Hebrew. These classes take place during the afternoon hours Sunday-Wednesday. If you would like to visit their website go to ttp://ulpan-ivrit.co.il/

Machon Meir has become known throughout Israel as the place to go to learn more and grow as a Jewish person and member of Am Yisrael. It has also become the landing point for many new immigrants from all the countries in the Diaspora because of its value on full integration into Israeli society and the encouragement to be a part of the Israeli Defense Force.

Bat Mitzvah NY Shabbaton – Chabad of Dollard

The Bat Mitzvah Girls enjoyed an amazing weekend in New York!

Sami and Tuvia – Who’s Bike is it Anyway? – Part I

15.07.2013
Judaism for Kids – Sami and Tuvia – Who’s Bike is it Anyway? Part I
Sami finds a bike by the dumpster, which he thinks was sent just for him. Little does he know that this bike belongs to someone else and is very important to him. What is Sami to do when he finds out someone is looking for this bike?

The Ultimate in Jewish Rock

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Chabad House Bowery

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תלמוד תורה יסדת עוז תשעד
26.05.2014

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Popular Shabbaton & NCSY videos

Celebrate 60 years of NCSY at the historic Shabbaton this Spring. Sign up online at your regional website or go to http://www.ncsy.org

Popular Shabbaton & Chabad videos

A fantastic group of Young Adults from Chabad NDG in the heart of Montreal’s trendy Monkland Village went down to Crown Heights, New York for an incredible Shabbaton weekend. It was the best of both the physical and spiritual worlds. This is a 6 minute documentary of our journey, reflections and inspiration
s… hope you enjoy it!

Filmed by Rabbi Yisroel Bernath on Canon Powershot SD1400 IS
Edited in iMovie for iPhone

SHOFAR FACTORY CHABAD HEBREW SCHOOL 9/10/14

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Parshat Nitzavim: The People “Sign” their Covenant

06.09.2009
Moses lays it out for us this week in Nitzavim. We can choose life, or death. Blessing, or the curse. But, um, what’s behind Door Number 3? Dahlia Lithwick knows. Tune in to this week’s G-dcast and see!

This is Episode 51 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!

Parshat Vayelech: Create your own Torah with Mayim Bialik

10.09.2009
Hats off to Mayim Bialik (aka TV’s Blossom) for her profound yet totally practical look at Parshat Vayelech! Step right up and learn about how you can live a good life. Walk the walk, talk the talk, and actually write your own Torah! Instructions are in the episode.

This is Episode 52 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!









La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!

Paracha …..Rosée de Miel

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Un Cafe Con Dios

David Ben Yosef

Benny Hershcovich

WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Nitzavim-Vayelech

Elul 22, 5774 · September 17, 2014
Living with the Parshah: One Group Together

“Okay, please, everyone quiet.” Dan as usual was taking the stand. His three friends fell silent. The four boys had been voted in by their classmates to head the class play. This was the script-writing meeting, in a garden shed. “Alex has suggested doing a story about Marrano Jews in Spain. Do we all agree this is what we should do?” Nobody disagreed. So the scriptwriting began, helped by frequent drinks of fruit juice.

Four hours later, Adam proclaimed “I think we’re done.” Everybody else was fed up with being cooped up in the rather stuffy shed at the back of Misha’s garden. Misha picked up the script, which was full of crossing-outs, and had various corners missing, vital scraps used to draw lots. But the actual script was readable. Dan had promised to type it up to be used for the auditioning of parts that Monday.

“Before we leave, I think we should discuss who we think would be good for each part,” Dan said in his serious, this-is-a-very-important-point voice. Misha looked at him. “Actually, there’s some food if we go inside,” he said. They all left the shed and trooped inside the house.

“Just wash your hands please, before you come in my kitchen,” Misha’s mother said, looking warily at Adam’s ink-stained hands. After the boys had washed and were seated at the supper table Dan managed to steer the conversation from sports back to the play.

“I think we should talk about the parts,” Dan began. “I think David H. would be great for the bad priest guy who chases them to the port when they are escaping. You know, he can give that sinister-eye look.”

Everyone chuckled. “What about making a list of the boys in the class who can be in the play,” said Adam. The others looked questioningly at him. “What I mean to say is,” Adam began again, “not everyone in the class can act.” The other boys looked thoughtful. They didn’t like leaving people out.

Misha’s father, who until now had been sitting quietly at the table, looked up. “Have you boys been studying the Torah portion at all this week?” he asked.

Alex looked up. “Mmmm, I was also thinking about that.” The other boys looked a little perplexed. “I’m not sure if this is what you were referring to, but Rabbi Cohen was telling us about the beginning of the portion today.” Alex’s voice trailed off uncomfortably. He wasn’t usually the one to make speeches, but Misha’s father nodded smilingly at him and Alex continued.

“Well basically it says that all the Jews were standing together before they entered the Land of Israel: the heads of the tribes, the elders, the men, women, children, and then it mentions the wood-choppers and the water-carriers. It seems funny to mention these two types as well, but actually it is saying that all the Jews, even the ones who have simple jobs and may not be able to study much Torah, or be good at things that some of the other people are, they are all significant, each one important in G-d’s eyes, and they are all standing together as one people.”

“How’s that relevant to our play?” Adam asked.

“I get it,” said Dan. “I agree, I think that everyone should have a role in our play. Of course we only have a few leading parts, but there are other smaller parts, and there will be drawing and building scenery, doing advertising to parents and other people at school. In fact if every one joins in, we can make this a really big success! We could invite everyone to view it, and make it really professional. As one group together we can make a much bigger impact.”

Alex and the others nodded in agreement. Misha’s parents exchanged glances, and smiled.

JewishKids.org Update

Elul 26, 5774 · September 21, 2014
Are You Ready?

Are You Ready?

Hey Kids!

Rosh Hashanah begins this Wednesday at sunset—are you ready?

We’ve got lots of ways to help you tap into the spirit of the holiday.

Decorate a honey dish to add festivity to the holiday table—we have two options: a bumblebee jar or a ceramic bowl, and enjoy the many videos, recipes and stories we have for you on our Rosh Hashanah page.

Follow our to-do guide to make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to do some unique once-a-year mitzvahs, like hearing the shofar and going to tashlich. Find a shofar blowing near you, on Thursday, September 25 and Friday, September 26, here.

Wishing you a happy, healthy, sweet new year!

Your friends at JewishKids.org

This Week’s Features

Happy Birthday World!

Did you know that this coming Shabbat, the 25th day of the month of Elul, is the birthday of the world? G-d began creating this beautiful world on that day exactly 5,775 years ago!It took G-d six days to create the world with all of its creations, including the trees, animals, fish, birds and everything else we see around us.

Six days later we celebrate Rosh Hashanah.

Did you ever wonder why Rosh Hashanah is not celebrated on the birthday of the world? The answer is because the true purpose of the world is so that you and I — and all people — do mitzvot and other good things to make this world even better.

That is why Rosh Hashanah is celebrated on the sixth day — the day on which Adam and Eve, our great, great, great grandparents (!!) were created.

There are many important mitzvot and traditions that we do on Rosh Hashanah. Most important is the blowing of the shofar. Make sure you go with your parents to Synagogue on Rosh Hashanah (Monday and Tuesday, September 25 and 26) to hear the shofar sounded.

We hope you enjoy this week’s features.

Look out for our kids’ guide to Rosh Hashana in next week’s newsletter.

Wishing you and your family a happy and sweet new year.

JewishKids.org

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