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!הרשם לערוץ עכשיו
ה.זמיר כהן, פ.שופטים – השופט השוטר והשוחד / R.Zamir Cohen, P.Shoftim – Judge officer and the bribe





איתמר מלכא

קריאה בתורה בנוסח מרוקאי לצפייה ושמיעה!
עליות ראשון,מפטיר והפטרה של כל הפרשות!
טעמי המקרא,שיר השירים ומגילת אסתר!
בן 25, לומד בירושלים, גר בכרמיאל

לקראת שבת

הרב אליהו גודלבסקי

,,, הראשון לציון הרב יצחק יוסף בן מרן שיעור מוצאי שבת פרשת

חדש! כל הרבנים על ימי ספירת העומר מומלץ בחום!





 

טעמי המקרא בנוסח מרוקאי,קריאה בתורה בנוסח מרוקו /Lire la Bible Taamey Hamikra

ברכות לפני ואחרי הפטרה נוסח מרוקאי

 

פרשת ,,,,,- הרב זמיר כהן

פרשת הרב משה סוסנה

פרשת שבוע ומודעות עצמית

 

שיעור פצצה שמלמד ת’כלס על מה אני צריך להתכוונן לפני פורים…כדאי להקדיש זמן להתבוננות…מחלקים פה מתנות. מי שרוצה שיבוא וישמע

שלמה יעקב ביטון

Moshe Vaknin פרשת ….

פרשת Harav Elon Lessons

פרשת רוני גרפיקס בר

הרב ברוך רוזנבלום פרשת Rabbi Baruch Rosenblum

שיעורי תורה, סרטים יפים ועוד

 

פרשת – פרטי קרבן עולה – לימוד בוקר בפרשה – -הרב דב ביגון – ערוץ מאיר – שיעורי תורה – יהדות

הרב יוסף מזרחי

פרשת ,,,, מחוברת לפרשת פרה עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות” פרשת עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות

פרשת ,,,, -מה זה מחצית השקל ולמה נותנים את מחצית השקל? ולמה מכריזים על השקלים בחודש אדר?
למה המילים משכן ומשכון הם אותו השורש?
ההרבה שאלות והרבה תשובות בפרק זה של לגימת חסידות עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב על פרשת פקודי

הרב אברהם הכהן

Rabbanim

Rabbanim

Rabbanim

חדש! לדון לכף זכות הרב מנשה בן פורת חובה לצפות!!!,Rabbanim

פרשת —-

צדקה בינלאומית הרב אברהם בן אסולין

הרב פינטו – פרשת / שהתקיים בלוס אנגלס / כ”ה בשבט תשע”ד

פרשת הרב שלמה יעקב ביטון

פרשת   עי הרב אליהו דיסקין יתרו יח שבט תשסט

12.01.2014
לחץ על הקישור הבא: והאזן או הורד אלפי קלטות אודיו
https://drive.google.com/folderview?i…

הרב יהודה קרויזר –

הרב פינטו

עונג שבת – פרשת – תוכנית באורך מלא

פרשת הרשמה לערוץ תעניק לכם את הזכות להיות הראשונים לדעת על כל הרצאה או סרטון חדש שיוצא לפני כולם
ובבקשה מכם לא לצפות בסרטונים בשבת וחגים

הרב זמיר כהן

הרב חיים כהן

05.04.2014

השיעור מתוך ובאדיבות אתר “החלבן”: http://ravhaim.org
באתר תמצאו מאגר מלא ומסודר של כל שיעורי הרב.
השיעורים בפורמט לצפייה והאזנה וניתנים גם להורדה.

קול צופייך | תשנ”ח ו’ שבט | פרשת | הלכות ט”ו בשבט | מרן הרב מרדכי אליהו

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לתכנים וסרטים נוספים בקרו באתר הרב מרדכי אליהו
http://www.harav.org/

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל תשע”א

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל

הרב פינטו שיעור מוסר על פרשת שיעור קונפרנס לאשדוד

חדש! פרשת – הכרת הטוב הרב הרצל חודר מומלץ ומרתק ביותר!!!

פרשת הרב אליהו אור

פרשת הרב דרוקמן

קול צופייך | פרשת תשע”ד | הלכות הנלמדות מהמן | הרה”ג שמואל אליהו

07.01.2014
שיעורו השבועי של מורנו הרב שמואל אליהו על פרשת בדינים והלכות הנלמדות מירידת המן במדבר.. צפייה מהנה..
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לתכנים שיעורים וסרטים נוספים של הרב שמואל אליהו
בקרו באתר הרב מרדכי אליהו
http://www.harav.org/

הרב ברוך רוזנבלום פרשת

11.01.2014
דרשותיו המהממות של הרב ברוך רוזנבלום על פרשת השבוע המתקיימות בימי חמישי בעיר בני ברק ברחוב רבי עקיבא 52 בשעה 20:30

הרב שלמה לוינשטיין שליט”א –  פרשת  התשע”ב

27.01.2013
לעוד שיעורים של הרב ועוד רבנים אחרים יותר מ – 7.5000 שיעורים!!
בקרו בערוץ היוטיוב של ‘עמרם שלום פרידמן’

פרשת רב הצדיק רבי יוסף שובלי שליט”א.

קישורים:

http://www.breslev-midot.com/%D7%94%D… הרבי מליובאוויטש , rabbi melubavitz

שתי דקות תורה – חידושים קצרים על פרשת שבוע.

הידברות-הרב אורי זוהר-פרשת שמות

08.02.2012

פרשת שמות
הרב אורי זוהר ממשיך בסדר הפרשיות והמוסר שעומד מאחוריהם והפעם פרשת שמות.

מהרחו

29.07.2013   Rav Moshe Armoni

 

… פרשת

 

שיעורים על פרשת תזריע – כשרות בעלי חיים – לימוד בוקר בפרשה – -הרב דב ביגון – ערוץ מאיר – שיעורי תורה – יהדות

הרב אברהם חפוטא שליט”א

הרב יצחק רצאבי הדרשה השבועית מוצ”ש 19.1.13 פרשת

19.01.2013

הרב יצחק רצאבי שליט”א הדרשה השבועית פרשת בא תשע”ג – באדיבות אתר יהודי נט פרשת השבוע http://www.yehudy.net

הרב יונה מצגר

הרב שקד בוהדנה שליט”א – פרשת ” ” תשע”א.

 הרב משה סוסנה

01.01.2013

מה התועלת שיצאה מהשיעבוד במצרים? ומה עלינו ללמוד מכך.

שיעור שבועי הרב ניר בן ארצי שליט”א

פרשת השבוע

24.02.2010

הפרשה עוסקת בתרומת בני ישראל להקמת המשכן. כשבני ישראל היו במדבר היתה להם השגחה אלוהית שדאגה להם לכל צורכיהם ואילו למען הקמת המשכן הם מצטווים להביא בעצמם את מיטב החומרים. הרב רונן לוביץ’ משוחח עם ד”ר ענת פרוינד על החשיבות של תרומה לחברה ועזרה לזולת. צפו בתוכנית זו ואחרות בערוץ האקדמי- http://www.actv.haifa.ac.il/programs

Haftarah הפטרה‎ – Parashat Ahare Mot – Qedoshim אחרי מות קדשים (Moroccan מרוקאי & Spanish)

17.04.2013
Moroccan Daily Halakhot
La Halakha Marocaine Quotidienne
http://www.darkeabotenou.com

Haftara of Perashat Qedoshim during a year that this perasha is not read in conjunction with Aharé-Mot.

Moroccan Tune 0:00
Spanish Moroccan Tune 4:35

Ye’hezqel 20:2 – 20:20

Sung by: nz”y Ribi David Kadoch s”t – ‘Hazan of Abir Ya’aqob, Toronto, Canada

בקשות פרשת Bakashot Parashat

13.01.2011

On the Hilula of Baba Sali on Motsae Shabbat January 8th, the Sephardic Community got together at Abir Yaakob Congregation to sing the Moroccan Bakashot of Parashat Bo along with some of the piyutim of Yagel Yaakob.
Hazanim included:
R’ David Kadoch of Abir Yaakob
R’ Aviv Ouanounou of Magen David

Divre Torah address given by: Haham Amram Assayag

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Rabbi Netanel Frankenthal

Rabbi Riskin’s Insights into Parshat ….- “Torah Lights” — 5774

Rabbi Chaim Richman,Temple Institute, Weekly Torah Portion:

Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz

Rosh Hashana Intimacy – Parsha Talks – Ha’azinu 5774

22.09.2014
With Rav Menachem Weinberg and Rav Menachem Listman
Machon Meir English Department
http://www.english.machonmeir.net/

YouParsha – Haazinu 5775

































Video Vort: Parshat…. With Rabbi Eric Goldman

All Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi Videos

A Mayanot Moment- Parshat ….

Shiurim Rabbi Yosef Chaim Schwab

Partners In Torah Video

http://www.partnersintorah.org brings you Harry’s Video Blog and the always entertaining Harry Rothenberg. One of the laws of charity requires the community to restore a wealthy person who loses his money to his previous level of lifestyle. Why?
Stay tuned for Harry’s weekly video blog where he will be highlighting the weekly Torah portion, a mitzvah, or a Jewish holiday along with a contemporary application and a healthy slice of humor.

Mark Sabbagh WEEKLY Parshat

קריאת התורה הפטרה ומפטיר Torah Reading

Rabbi Minkowicz Weekly Torah Lesson Parsha …

06.05.2014
Rabbi Minkowicz’s Weekly Torah Lesson: A Place Where Life’s Most Difficult Questions Are Answered

Prof. Yaakov Brawer Ph.D. by learntorah.c

07.08.2013

Torahtalk: Parsha…..Rabbi Moshe Weisblum

Parashat ….. Netiv Center For Torah Study in Houston Texas

This is the Official Youtube channel of Netiv Center For Torah Study in Houston Texas. It purpose it to teach Universal Torah to the nations. Neitv is a diverse community of individuals from all walks of life dedicated to God and His Torah.

Rabbi Harroch

2014 02 27 Sfas Emes on Parasha …with Reb Aryeh

Rav Sprecher Parashat HaChodesh 5774

24.03.2014


Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – “Parashat …..”

17.12.2013
Visit Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi Web Site – http://www.divineinformation.com/

Parashat….. with Rabbi Avraham Gaon Highlights BukharianCommunity .com

Parshat … Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

Harav Ginsburgh’s English Channel









Likutei Torah

The purpose of this channel is to give a quick opportunity for a person that wants to learn the Likutei Torah on the Porsho but does not have the time and energy to do so.

Shlomo Katz Nigun of the Week

Parshat…. – Seeing the Bigger Picture

Dedicated by the Weissberg Family of Chicago, IL in memory of Blima Shoshan Bat Reuvain and Shlomo Issur ben Yehudah Aryeh





Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – Parshat and more…

15.12.2011
Visit Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi Website – http://www.divineinformation.com/





Rabbi Moshe Weisblum

Daf Yomi Talmud Succah page 6 Gemarrah Succot Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי תלמוד גמרא סוכה ו׳

Rabbi Svirsky

Rabbi Sam Thurgood




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 Rav Chlomo Aviner

Rav Yossef Tordjmann présente: Roch ha Chana ; Paracha Haazinou (Chabbat Chouva) ; Jeûne de Gedalia








rosh hashana 5769

eloulle techouva 5769


Diffusons la Torah

PARACHA ET LOIS RAV BARKATZ


<h1Rav Chlomo Atlan

La paracha de la semaine Le Rav Mordochaï Bensoussan

Chiourim.com – Institutions Bnei Torah

Rav Jeremy

Diffusons la Torah

Paracha de la semaine

Paracha …..Rosée de Miel

 

Shiurum Rav TOUITOU

613 TV.

Rav Avraham Kadoch.
Rav Ouri Banon.

Rav Raphael Pinto Paracha ….

 

Paracha ….. – http://www.mptorah.net

PARACHAT….

02.05.2012
TOUT SUR BRESLEV EN VIDEOS SUR http://www.nahmanmeouman.com

Limoud Torah Ron Chaya

Peiner, puis faire les Mitsvots avec joie, cela apporte en nous l’amour de D-ieu !

23.03.2014

Rav Ron Chaya et Leava vous présentent ” Peiner, puis faire les Mitsvots avec joie, cela apporte en nous l’amour de D-ieu ! “.

Pour visionner d’autres cours : http://www.leava.fr
Pour s’inscrire à la Newsletter du Rav Chaya :http://eepurl.com/lIlEH
Afin de poser votre question au Rav : http://www.leava.fr/questions-reponse…
Contact : contact@leava.fr

Conférence du Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay sur: Fraternité et Justice Sociale (1/2)

Conférence du Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay sur: Fraternité et Justice Sociale (2/2)

22.09.2011
http://www.chalom-jerusalem.com/frate&#8230;

Dans le cadre du séminaire annuel d’Eloul du Centre Yaïr-Manitou et du Centre Communautaire Francophone Emouna Cheléma , le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay a donné une conférence sur un sujet d’actualité:
Fraternité et Justice Sociale
Le séminaire est dedie à la mémoire du président du Centre Yaïr Manitou, Mr Gérald Sananès qui l’avait preparé

Rav Ben Ichay רב בן ישי בצרפתית

michkenot yossef

Rav Jeremy  Diffusons la Torah

Dva’h Mal’hout Parachat ….

 19.03.2014

Etudes avec Yaacov Corda

Parachat … Rav TOUITOU

Cour de torah sur la Paracha ….par Avy Allouche, d´après les cours du Rav Corda

Rav Yossef Tordjmann présente: Paracha …..

02.03.2014
Cours dédié à la mémoire de Fortunée Messaouda bat Myriam, Esther bat Messaouda, Victor Haim ben Atou, Martine Aziza bat Yvonne Myriam, Reine bat Haki, Dina bat Diamanté, Gaston Haim Yehouda ben Rina, Moche Dov ben Haziza et Julie Zouira bat Kouika, ainsi que pour la guérison complète du bébé Odaya Haya bat Vicky Rivka Shila, Antoine ben Emile, Haim Mickael ben Rivka, Makhlouf ben Haya, David ben Rahel, Yehouda ben Rahel, Mike Meyer Haim ben Simha, Touna bat Esther, Esther bat Rahel, Chalom ben Avraham, Haya bat Rahel, Hamous ben Rahel, Eliyahou ben Chlomo, Moche ben Avraham et Bilha Braha bat Rahel.

chiourim Rabbanim

Rav Yaacov Corda

Chiourim.com – Institutions Bnei Torah

 

Paracha de la semaine Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communauté Emouna Cheléma à Jérusalem

5 minutes sur la paracha de cette semaine par le Rav Messod Touboul.

Rabbanim Torah Box

 

Rav Raphael Pinto

PARACHA DE LA SEMAINE 5774

Torah-Box.com Rabbanim

PARACHA DE LA SEMAINE

Paracha de la semaine : Rabbanim …

hassidout

La paracha de la semaine … Rabbin Joseph Abittan

La paracha de la semaine … Rabbin Joseph Abittan

La paracha de la semaine … Machon Oran

Torahnet

 

Parachat de la semaine …. Chalom Jerusalem….

Le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communauté Emouna Chéléma à Jérusalem nous explique le commentaire du Rav Munk dans La Voix de la Thora sur le verset Vayikra XI, 42 de notre paracha: Chemini שמיני

Vous pouvez vous procurer en ligne les livres La Voix de la Torah du Rav Elie Munk par ce lien http://www.amazon.fr/gp/search?ie=UTF&#8230;

© Filmé et mis en ligne par Denis Kassel
Tél 052-886 55 25

Grand Rabbin Gilles Bernheim

04.03.2014

Grand Rabbin Gilles Bernheim / Parasha ….
Radio Shalom
4 mars 2014

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Rav Yona Levin

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РБеерот Ицхак

Махон-Меир (Книга Берешит)

Махон-Меир (Книга Шмот)

Недельная глава Ваикра

Махон-Меир (Книга Бемидбар)

Махон-Меир (Книга Бемидбар)

Махон-Меир (Книга Дварим)

 

Недельная глава

Каждый день есть новое видео о Иудаизме

✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡ ✡

Просим всех кому нравится

наш канал ⇒ ПОДПИСАТЬСЯ

Недельная глава с Ашером Альтшулем. Глава…

12.03.2014

Ашер Альтшуль беседует о недельной главе Торы в cвете сегоднешней риальности.

http://www.orazion.org

Глава ….

29.03.2012 Rav Moshe Chaim Levin

http://www.chabadkensington.com

בית חבד לדוברי רוסית בארהק

Недельная глава 

Rav Moshe Chaim Levin

25.12.2012г. Недельная глава Торы

11.02.2013

Занятие по недельной главе Торы проходит в нашей общине регулярно. В сезоне 2012-2013 – по вторникам, 19:40 – 21:00.

Раввин общины, Йосеф Херсонский разработал формат этого занятия:

– Мини-урок (15-20 минут) помощника раввина

– Часовое занятие раввина, в котором участникам предлагается выбрать наиболее интересующие их темы из сюжета недельной главы. В начале занятия раввин делает общий обзор главы и предлагает участникам список тем, упомянутых в главе + пояснения, каким образом эта тема актуальна сегодня. Каждый участник озвучивает 3 наиболее интересующие его темы. Рейтинг интересующих тем формирует программу занятия.

Данное занятие провел полностью помощник раввина ввиду того, что раввин был в отъезде.

Каждый день есть новое видео о Иудаизме

 

КОЛЛЕЛЬ ПРИ ИЦХАК

Официальный сайт программы “Лимуд” под руководством рава Мойше Шапиро и рава Звулуна Шварцмана

The official website of the “Limmud” under the leadership of Rabbi Moshe Shapiro and Rav Schwartzman Zebulun

Недельная глава  Rabbi Sergei Kruglyanitsa

Недельная глава Rabbi Svirsky

Недельная глава Rav Chaims Haulov

Недельная глава Торы


nerhashem channel

Parshat  Language : german


Wie werde ich Rabbinerin? – 19.09.201

Am Abraham-Geiger-Kolleg in Potsdam studieren auch Frauen. Rocco Thiede hat mit einer zukünftigen Rabbinerin gesprochen.

Jüdisches Leben in Košice, Kassa, Kaschau – 12.09.2014

24j-latest-klKurz vor dem Anschluss von Košice an Ungarn, im November 1938 haben in der Stadt an die 12 000 Juden gelebt. Heute sind es nicht mal mehr 500. Unser Schalom heute mit einem Ausflug hinter die Tatra, ganz in den Osten der Slowakei. Magdalene Melchers über das jüdische Leben in Košice.
Sowie Parascha von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

Abraham Geiger Kolleg – 05.09.2014

75 Jahre nach dem Beginn des Zweiten Weltkriegs ordiniert das Potsdamer Abraham Geiger Kolleg erstmals Absolventen in Polen, in Breslua / Wroclaw.

Unsere Kehiláh auf Mallorca – 29.08.2014

Nur wenige Feriengäste wissen, dass Mallorca eine wechselhafte jüdische Geschichte hat. Und noch erstaunlicher: Es gibt auf Mallorca eine kleine jüdische Gemeinde. Ein Bericht von Silke Fries. Sowie Parscha von Joel Berger.

“Schlepp”, “Schmier” und “Mentsch” – das Jiddische im Englischen von New York – 22.08.2014

Im amerikanischen Englisch hört man immer öfter jiddische Wörter, die über das mittelalterliche Juden-Deutsche ins Englische gewandert sind. Ein Beitrag von Kai Clement. Sowie Parascha von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

Liebe zwischen Christen und Juden – 15.08.2014

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Feldrabbiner im Ersten Weltkrieg – 25.07.2014

Feldrabbiner im Ersten Weltkrieg. Morgen vor 100 Jahren das Attentat von Sarajevo. Ein Beitrag von Rocco Thiede. Sowie Parascha “Masse” von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

Judenfeindschaft in Deutschland – 18.07.2014

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Ausstellung über Synagogenarchitektur in Schwaben – 11.07.2014

In der frisch revovierten Synagoge in Augsburg-Kriegshaber findet eine Ausstellung über Synagogenarchitektur in Schwaben statt. Annemarie Ruf hat sie besucht. Sowie Parascha “Pinchas” von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

“Ohel-Jakob” – Medaille – 04.07.2014

“Ohel-Jakob” – Medaille für Hans-Jochen Vogel. Ein Beitrag von Isabelle Hartmann, sowie Parascha – Balak von Joel Berger

Vier “Gerechte unter den Völkern” aus Oberbayern – 27.06.2014

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Das Lied von Ha’asinu – ein Überlebensführer

Die lange Ansprache von Mosche an das jüdische Volk, tritt im Wochenabschnitt Ha’asinu in ihre letzte Phase. Mosche spricht zu seiner Generation über die Eroberung und Besiedelung des Landes Israel – und er spricht zu allen späteren Generationen des jüdischen Volkes, tausende Jahre später.

Das Lied von Ha’asinu repräsentiert das gesamte Schicksal des jüdischen Volkes – und wie die von Raschi zitierten, beiden Meinungen aus dem Midrasch und Talmud verdeutlichen, bezieht sich die darin enthaltene Botschaft nicht einzig und allein auf das jüdische Volk, sondern hat auch allgemeingültige, weltumfassende Konsequenzen.

Jeder, der mit dem Verlauf der allgemeinen Menschheitsgeschichte vertraut ist, erkennt sofort, dass die Juden in ihrer Wirkung “ausser Proportion” sind – also unverhältnismässig. Die Geschichte der Welt hängt zu einem grossen Teil von der Geschichte der Juden ab. Unterdrücker der Juden werden ständig geboren, doch sie werden letzten Endes besiegt – und erst nachdem sie den Juden, ihren eigenen Völkern und der Welt als Ganzes erheblichen Schaden zugefügt haben.

Die Juden überleben, wie in der Prophezeiung und dem Lied von Ha’asinu versprochen wird – doch im Verlauf des Wiederaufbaus jüdischen Lebens, erscheinen immer wieder neue Feinde. Niemand lernt aus der Geschichte und vergangenen Ereignissen – weder die Juden, noch ihre Feinde – und so setzt sich das Muster, das in diesem Wochenabschnitt beschrieben wird, ewig fort. Und im Grunde ist das die “Substanz” aller Warnungen der Thora gegen die Verherrlichung fremder Götter. Diese fremden Götter haben sich bereits früher in der Geschichte als falsch erwiesen. Und doch werden sie noch immer verherrlicht – auch wenn sich die Nomenklatur und das äussere Gewand bisweilen ändert.

Die hauptsächliche Frage der jüdischen Geschichte – und eine, die uns auch heute beschäftigt (belagert und isoliert, wie wir uns vorkommen), ist die Folgende: Wie können wir diesen Teufelskreis durchbrechen? Im Lied von Ha’asinu erklärt uns Mosche, dass nur eine beherzte Rückkehr zu Werten und Traditionen des Bundes zwischen G-tt und [dem Volk] Israel diesen Kreislauf von Hass und Zerstörung beenden kann.

Die Rebellion der Juden gegen den Bund G-ttes, bringt auch die Rebellion gegen den Anstand und gesunden Menschenverstand mit sich, die in der Kontinuität der Verfolgung durch den Rest der Welt reflektiert wird. Mosche macht dies in seinen Worten – in diesem Wochenabschnitt – unmissverständlich klar. Die Wahrheit ist, dass obwohl dieses Lied von Ha’asinu jenes ist, dass Mosche dem jüdischen Volk befiehlt, zu verinnerlichen – und sich für alle Zeit daran zu erinnern und als ewige Bezeugung der jüdischen Geschichte anzusehen – viele Juden dieser Ermahnung von Mosche niemals wirklich geglaubt haben.

Und wir, in unserer Zeit, stolpern durch den Nebel der gegenwärtigen Ereignisse und tasten im Dunkeln nach einem innovativen Weg, der uns aus unseren Problemen herausführen könnte. Mosche nennt das jüdische Volk (32:20) “Kinder, die mein Vertrauen verloren haben.” – und dies aufgrund der schrecklichen Tendenz, vergangene Fehler laufend zu wiederholen und andauernd die jüdische Vorliebe zu pflegen, die aktuellsten kulturellen und gesellschaftlichen Launen aufzugreifen. Vertrauen baut auf Weisheit und Beharrlichkeit. Das Lied von Ha’asinu liefert uns eine reichliche Portion von diesen beiden, erforderlichen Eigenschaften, die allein unser künftiges Überleben und unseren künftigen Erfolg garantieren werden.

Schabbat Schalom und Schana Towa!

 

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Am Rosch Haschana richten wir uns an unseren Vater, unseren König

Parschat Ha’asinu beinhaltet den berühmten Passuk: “Wie ein Adler sein Nest weckt, über seinen Jungen schwebt, seine Flügel ausbreitet, sie nimmt, sie auf seinen Fittichen trägt.” [Dewarim 32:11].

Das Lied von Ha’asinu, geschrieben am letzten Tag von Mosche Rabbejnus Leben, beschreibt unter anderem die Beziehung zwischen dem jüdischen Volk und Haschem. Raschi arbeitet beim oben zitierten Pasuk folgende Metapher aus. Der Adler ist ein riesiger Vogel. Aufgrund seiner Grösse und seiner Kraft gleicht er aus der Nähe betrachtet, eher einem Tier als einem Vogel. Die Flügelspannweite eines Adlers ist furchteinflössend! Wenn ein Adler zu seinem Nest zurückkehrt und über den kleinen Adlerjungen schwebt, bemüht er sich sehr, die jungen, unreifen Vögel nicht zu verängstigen. Aus Mitleid mit diesen kleinen Vögeln, schiesst der Adler nicht plötzlich auf sein Nest hinab. Vielmehr schlägt er mit seinen Flügeln gegen die Zweige, sodass die kleinen Vögel wissen, dass ihr Vater/ ihre Mutter kommt. Die kleinen Adlerjungen werden gewarnt. Sie können sich vorbereiten, damit die Landung des Adlers ihnen nicht schaden wird.

So behandelt Haschem auch uns. Schliesslich ist Er unser Vater. Am Rosch HaSchana existiert ein implizites Paradox, welches in den Worten Awinu Malkejnu (Unser Vater, unser König) ausgedrückt wird – Er ist unser Vater, unser König. Unser Verhältnis mit dem Allmächtigen am Rosch HaSchana wird mit diesen zwei fast gegensätzlichen Begriffen beschrieben. Er ist sowohl Awinu als auch Malkejnu.

“Unser König” ist ein sehr beängstigendes Konzept. Ein König hegt gegenüber seinen Dienern Erwartungen. Ein König toleriert das Fehlverhalten seiner Diener kaum. Was uns im Verlauf des nächsten Jahres geschehen wird, wird in den zehn Tagen zwischen Rosch HaSchana und Jom Kippur bestimmt.

Der Satmarer Rebbe sz”l bemerkte einmal auf den Passuk: “Blaset das Schofar am Neumondstag, zur Zeit wenn er (der Mond) versteckt ist (bakesseh), der bestimmt ist für unsern Festtag” [Tehillim 81:4] Rosch HaSchana ist der einzige Jom Tow, an welchem der Neumond noch nicht sichtbar ist. Da Rosch HaSchana auf den ersten Tischrej fällt, wird der Festtag gefeiert, wenn der Mond noch verborgen ist. Der Satmarer Rebbe erklärt die tiefere Bedeutung des “versteckten“ Aspektes von Rosch HaSchana. Nämlich, dass wir erst am Ende des nächsten Jahres wissen werden, was für ein Rosch HaSchana wir dieses Jahr hatten.

Während der zehn Busstage, fragen mich die Leute oft: “Nu, wie war Rosch HaSchana?” Meine übliche Antwort ist ” Wie Rosch HaSchana war – das werden wir erst später während des Jahres sehen.” Am Erew Rosch HaSchana, versuche ich meiner Frau zu sagen: „Baruch Haschem, wir haben es geschafft!“ Doch im Voraus wissen wir nicht, wie unser Jahr sein wird. Dies ist sehr beängstigend. Bis zum Sonnenuntergang am Erew Rosch HaSchana kann man noch nicht wissen, wie das zu Ende gehende Jahr war. Bis dann ist es “bakesseh” (verdeckt). Dies ist der Malkejnu (unser König) – Aspekt von Rosch HaSchana.

Raw Chajim Schmulevitz sagte einmal, dass wir manchmal einen alten Menschen mit einem schwachen Immunsystem sehen, der sich im Winter erkältet, daraufhin eine Lungenentzündung erwischt und daran stirbt. Man neigt dazu, seinen Tod als Ereignis anzusehen, das am “Rosch Chodesch Schewat” begann, sich am fünfzehnten Schewat verschlimmerte, bis er schliesslich am Ende des Monats starb. Solche Überlegungen sind falsch. Der alte Mann erkältete sich am Rosch HaSchana. Dann wurde bestimmt, was später im Winter geschehen würde. Dies ist das Beängstigende von Rosch HaSchana. Dies ist “Malkejnu” (unser König) – der Richtspruch, welchen der Allmächtige als König fällt.

Doch wir dürfen nie vergessen, dass der Allmächtige auch Awinu (unser Vater) ist. Wie Raschi sagt, Er ist wie ein Adler, der Mitleid mit seinen Jungen hat. Er ist der Vater, der uns liebt. Es gibt keinen Vater auf dieser Welt, der sein Kind mehr liebt als Haschem uns. Wir neigen dazu, dies zu vergessen.

Kürzlich hörte ich eine echte Geschichte: Ein Vater hatte einen Sohn, der (wie es nur allzu oft geschieht) als Junge Probleme hatte. Der Sohn benahm sich nicht wie er sollte und bereitete seinem Vater viel Kummer. In der Hoffnung, seinen Sohn auf den richtigen Weg zu bringen, schickte ihn sein Vater nach Erez Jisrael. Er hoffte, dass das Heilige Land ihn irgendwie verbessern würde. In Israel besuchte der Sohn einen Psychologen, der mit dem Jungen Erfolg hatte. Der Vater besuchte den Sohn im gleichen Jahr und beschloss, selber mit dem Psychologen zu sprechen, um zu hören, wie es seinem Sohn ging. Der Psychologe erklärte dem Vater, dass die Schwierigkeiten mit seinem Sohn auf ungelöste Probleme zurückzuführen seien, die er (der Vater) mit seinem eigenen Vater hatte.

Er hörte, was der Psychologe sagte und begriff es. Doch als er nach Amerika zurückkam, unternahm er gar nichts. Einige Monate später verlor ein Freund des Vaters dieses Jungen seinen eigenen Vater und sass Schiw’a. Der Vater ging den Trauernden besuchen. Der Trauernde sagte: “Ich habe den Menschen verloren, der mich am meisten geliebt hat. Niemand liebte mich wie mein eigener Vater.”

Als der Vater mit dem Problemsohn dies hörte, machte dies einen grossen Eindruck auf ihn. Wie hätte er sich gewünscht, dass er das gleiche über seinen eigenen Vater hätte sagen können. Er wünschte sich einen Vater zu haben, der ihn liebte. Er beschloss, das nächste Mal, wenn der israelische Psychologe nach Amerika kommen würde, einen Termin abzumachen, um ihn mit seinem eigenen Vater zu besuchen, damit sie an ihren Problemen arbeiten könnten. Und so geschah es. Der Psychologe kam nach Amerika. Der Vater ging zu seinem eigenen Vater – einem europäischen Juden, der den Weltkrieg überlebt hatte – und sagte “Ich will mit dir zu einem Psychologen gehen.” Er erklärte, “Unsere Beziehung hat nun schon einige Jahre gelitten. Vielleicht können wir etwas tun, um sie zu verbessern.”

Zu seiner grossen Überraschung stimmte der Vater zu, und der “Grossvater” und der “Vater” gingen zum Psychologen. Bei jener Sitzung begann der “Grossvater” seine Lebensgeschichte zu erzählen – was vor, während und nach dem Krieg geschah, wie er Mitglieder seiner Familie vor dem Tod rettete und so weiter – der „Vater“ hatte plötzlich eine wunderbare “Erleuchtung“. Er wandte sich an seinen Vater und sagte “Ich wusste dies nie über dich! Du bist ein Held! Ich wusste dies nie. Das einzige, das ich über dich wusste, war, dass ich vor dir Angst hatte.”

Der “Grossvater” wandte sich an seinen Sohn und sagte, “Ich liebe dich mehr als alles andere auf der Welt.” Jene Worte, nach welchen sich der Sohn (heute ein Mann mittleren Alters) das ganze Leben gesehnt hatte, hörte er nun von seinem eigenen Vater. Dieser “Vater” hatte dann eine noch grössere Erleuchtung: “Wenn mein Vater aus Fleisch und Blut mich so sehr liebt, wie viel mehr liebt mich dann der Ribono schel Olam (Herr der Welt)!” Diese Erkenntnis änderte das Verhältnis dieses Menschen sowohl zu seinem Vater als auch zu seinem Vater im Himmel.

Wenn wir die beängstigendsten Tage des Jahres angehen, da alles, was während des Jahres geschehen wird, entschieden wird – obgleich wie wir voller Angst und Ehrfurcht sein müssen, lasst uns nicht vergessen, dass Er nicht nur unser König ist, sondern auch unser Vater. Er ist ein Vater, der uns liebt und uns zurück will. Er streckt uns seine Hand entgegen und wartet auf unsere Reaktion. „Sucht den Herrn, wenn Er sich finden lässt, ruft Ihn an, wenn Er nahe ist!“ (Jeschajahu, 55,6)

Wie jeder Vater, will auch Er uns zurücknehmen. Er wartet nur, dass der Sohn sagt: “Vater, ich will dass die Dinge besser stehen zwischen uns. Es tut mir leid, dass ich nicht deinen Erwartungen entsprochen habe.” Welcher Vater würde seinen Sohn unter diesen Umständen nicht zurücknehmen? Haschem ist mitfühlender und gnädiger als alle anderen Väter, die wir kennen. Lasst uns die Gelegenheit nicht verpassen, zu unserem Vater im Himmel zurückzukehren. Er wird mit uns Erbarmen haben, “wie sich ein Vater seiner Kinder erbarmt.”

Mögen wir alle für ein Jahr der guten Familienbeziehungen, ein Jahr des Wohlstands, ein Jahr der guten Gesundheit, ein Jahr mit Frieden über Israel und ein Jahr, welches das Kommen des Maschiach bringt, eingeschrieben werden. Amen.

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Right and wrong, good and evil; they are all clear cut examples of choices. But as Rachael explains, life is not always a choice between two options.

Rachael’s Centre for Torah, Mussar and Ethics is a not for profit, charitable organization that focuses on sharing and applying Jewish wisdom from a woman’s perspective.
Dr. Rachael Turkienicz, our founder and executive director, has developed a unique approach to revealing these ancient truths in the context of a modern world. Rachael holds a Ph.D. in Talmudic and Midrashic Studies from Brandeis University. Currently she is a Professor at York University in both of its Education and Jewish Studies faculties. Rachael is an influential and needed woman’s voice within Judaism today.
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PARENTING: On Loan

On Loan
Iyar 20, 5774 · May 20, 2014

 

Children have a way of pushing buttons.

And when they push a certain button at a certain time with a certain degree of intensity, the result may be the desire to give that child the punishment he deserves.

A chassid once wrote to the Rebbe that he had a hard time restraining himself from hitting his child, even though that was not the way he wanted to raise him.

The Rebbe responded, “Imagine if this was your neighbor’s child. Would you ever consider lifting your hand to another’s child?”

In truth, our children are not our own. They were entrusted to our care as a loan, given to us by G‑d to raise and care for.

When Chanah, the mother of Samuel the prophet, was thanking G‑d for her child after many years of infertility, she said, “This is the child that I prayed for, for G‑d has given me what I asked for.” The Hebrew word for asked, sha’alah, can also mean “borrowed.”

Chana was cognizant that this precious son that she was to care for was not her own, but rather a loan that G‑d had entrusted to her.

Thoughtstream: Today, I will take care of my child carefully and lovingly, for G‑d has entrusted me with the most precious loan.

(Adapted from Torat Menachem 5744, vol. 1, p. 159.)

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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.
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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.

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Parshat Ha’azinu: Moses’s Last Song, Funkified

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On the last day of Moses’s life, he gathers the Israelites before they go into the Promised Land, clears his throat and lets it rip. Parshat Haazinu is his final song, and it’s interpreted for you this week by the fiercely funky musician Anthony Rogers-Wright. Haazinu means “Give Ear!” and we hope you will.

This is Episode 53 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!

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WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Ha’azinu

Elul 28, 5774 · September 23, 2014
Living with the Parshah: Eyeball Chat

It was already twenty minutes after Dan’s mother had called him for supper. First she had called out to his room, “Danny, darling, it is time for supper.” When after ten minutes he still hadn’t come, she decided to send him a text message, but he still didn’t come. Then she tried to email him, but all to no avail. Finally he strolled in to the kitchen.

“Hi, Mom, what’s for supper?” he asked, apparently oblivious to the efforts which had been made in trying to reach him over the past twenty minutes.

“Where were you?” everyone asked. “We have been trying to call you for the last twenty minutes!”

“Oh, sorry,” he said apologetically. “I didn’t realize. You see, I was busy showing our cousin Michael my new robot.”

“But Michael lives in Australia,” Sara, his younger sister, asked, slightly confused. “How could you show him your robot if he is on the other side of the world?”

“Well, in my room I have a little box called a computer, and on this box is a little eye called a webcam. When the eye on my computer sees something, it shows whatever it sees to the computer in Michael’s room in Australia, through a system called ‘Eyeball.'”

“Ah, I see,” Sara said. “You are talking about showing him your robot on Eyeball Chat.”

“Isn’t that funny,” his mother said. “You are in the same house as the rest of the family and you cannot even hear me calling you to come and have supper. But Michael, who is on the other side of world, can see you and talk to you!”

“It’s like the song Ha’azinu in this week’s Torah reading,” Dan said. “Moses says he is speaking to the Heavens and to the Earth, asking them to be witnesses to what he is telling the Jewish people. But when he speaks to the heavens he uses the word ‘listen,’ which implies that he is speaking to someone close. And for the earth he asks that it ‘hears,’ using an expression one would normally use for someone far away.”

Sara looked puzzled. “I learnt about that in school as well,” she said, “but what’s that got to do with Michael in Australia?”

“Well,” said Dan, “so there you see, cousin Michael is far away, like the Heavens, but he can listen to what I’m saying. You are very close, like someone on the earth, but I can only ‘hear’ you, which means you sound very far away and faint.”

Dan’s mother suppressed a sarcastic comment about people making up all sorts of reasons for not coming to supper when called.

“My teacher told us, that it is because Moses was such a holy man that he was really ‘closer’ to the heavens than he was to the earth,” Sara said. “And because the Torah is talking to everyone it means that we all have the power to be holy like Moses. We can also be ‘closer’ to the heavens as well, being able to be close to holiness and to G‑d.”

“And that’s why some people cannot hear when they are being called for supper,” said their mother, unable to keep it back any longer.

“Yes, that’s true,” said Dan, not showing any sign of remorse. “If you are close to Heaven you don’t even need to eat supper, do you?”

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Elul 28, 5774 · September 23, 2014

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Volunteers finally arrive; rabbi helps dole out supplies and will join family in La Paz for Rosh Hashanah

By Menachem Posner

‘Event’ marks 40th anniversary of the ongoing worldwide effort launched by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1974

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Chabad men and women in teens and 20s help emissaries and congregants usher in the New Year

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A four-day Jewish getaway centers on study and socializing, with a focus on future relationships

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Shelling continues in eastern Ukraine despite ceasefire; rabbi and others organize Rosh Hashanah on the run

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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!

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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.

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FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Spirit and Matter (Ha’azinu)

Elul 28, 5774 · September 23, 2014
Spirit and Matter

Our lives tend to be divided between spirit and matter, the sacred and the everyday.

The dichotomy between spirit and matter, or Heaven and Earth, is also expressed at the beginning of this week’s Torah reading,1 Haazinu, which takes the form of a long poem. Moses is the leader of the Jewish people, filled with love for them, yet also seeing with pain the long and tortuous history they would experience. He warns them about the mistakes they might make in their relationship with G‑d. Speaking dramatically to the Jewish people, Moses begins by addressing Heaven and Earth. Rashi tells us that he was calling them as witnesses to his words of warning which follow.

Moses says, “Give ear, Heavens, and I will speak; listen, Earth, to the words of my mouth.”

Hebrew is a deeply poetic language which makes it difficult to translate into English. It has nuances which the English sometimes cannot convey at all. The Sages comment that the word haazinu, translated as “give ear” (ozen means ear) suggests a close proximity. If someone is standing next to you, you can speak right into their ear. By contrast, the word translated as “listen” suggests a greater distance, as if calling to someone who is far away.

Moses uses the closer term when he addresses the Heavens, and the more distant term when speaking to the earth. The Sages point out that Moses was a very spiritual person, and, therefore, in his case the Heavens were very close. By contrast, as far as he was concerned, the earth and all material concerns were further away.2

Now, what about us? Does the Torah reveal this aspect of Moses just to impress us with how holy he was, or is there a teaching which is also relevant for our lives?

There is a Chassidic idea that within each individual in the Jewish people there is a spark of Moses.3 This is our deepest aspect. In relation to this inner Moses, in our case too, the Heaven is closer than the Earth.

One moment. Isn’t our task as human beings and as Jews to reveal G‑dliness in the world? Surely we have to be immersed in the material concerns of daily life? The Chassidic answer is: “yes, but they do not have to get you down!” Indeed we are active in the world. But at the same time we have a close affinity with Heaven. Hence Moses’ words are directly relevant for us too. We are active in the world but, in a deep sense, we are not limited by it.4

This very idea is expressed in the approaching Sukkot festival. The sukkah represents our everyday home and everyday life. At the same time, it is a spiritual realm. One of the teachings of Sukkot is that yes, we are in a material world. But at every step we have the power to make it holy.

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Haazinu

Elul 28, 5774 · September 23, 2014
Haazinu Aliya Summary

General Overview: The bulk of this week’s Torah reading, Ha’azinu, consists of a poetic song delivered by Moses and Joshua. The song is a prophecy of what will transpire to the Jews – the good and the bad – until the end of times. The portion concludes with G‑d commanding Moses to climb Mount Nebo, from where he would see the Promised Land before his passing.


First Aliyah: The heavens and earth, permanent fixtures of this world, are called upon to be witnesses to the words which Moses will now say. The Torah, Moses declares, is life to this world, much as rain and dew are to vegetation. G‑d is righteous and just, and all corruption stems from His children, who are thankless and lack the wisdom to recognize the source of all their blessing.


Second Aliyah: Moses beseeches the Israelites to contemplate their history, starting with the generation of the Tower of Babylon. When that generation sinned, G‑d could have destroyed humanity, but instead chose to spare them, only because of Israel — G‑d’s portion — which was destined to arise from those people. In the desert, in a “desolate, howling wasteland,” G‑d enveloped and protected the Israelites with clouds, caring for His nation as an eagle tenderly cares for his offspring, treating them like the pupil of His eye. “G‑d alone guided them, and no other god was able to disturb them.”


Third Aliyah: Moses then speaks of the Israelites’ future. G‑d settled them in the Land of Israel, the “peak of the earth.” He provided them with their every need, the choicest produce, fruit and cattle. But Israel “became fat and rebelled,” and abandoned the G‑d that made them and provided them with all their wealth and fortune. Instead they strayed after idols and abominable activities.


Fourth Aliyah: G‑d became incensed by His children’s behavior. He decided to hide His face from them, and to send upon them invading armies, wild beasts, plagues, demons, and famine. If not for the obtuse nations who would have foolishly taken credit for Israel’s demise, G‑d would’ve utterly destroyed the Jewish nation.


Fifth Aliyah: If the nations were wise they would have understood that no nation could experience such utter devastation unless G‑d had completely abandoned them and delivered them to their enemies. Otherwise, “How can one enemy pursue a thousand of Israel and two put ten thousand to flight?” Rather, the Israelites’ misery came as a result of their actions, which resembled those of Sodom and Gomorrah, actions which G‑d chronicled from the start. However, the time will then come when G‑d will have a change of heart regarding His people. At that point He will ask them to note that all the gods which they had patronized were unable to help them when He unleashed His punishments against them, for only G‑d has the ability to injure or heal, cause death or bring life.


Sixth Aliyah: Then G‑d will turn His wrath against Israel’s oppressors. “I will make My arrows drunk with their blood, My sword will consume their flesh.” At that time, when G‑d will avenge the blood of His servants, the nations of the world will sing the praises of Israel. With this, the song of Ha’azinu concludes.


Seventh Aliyah: Moses and Joshua teach this song to the Israelites. Moses implores the people: “Pay close attention to this: it isn’t an empty teaching; it is our life, and with it we will long endure on our land.” G‑d then tells Moses to climb up Mount Nebo, from where he will view the land of Israel from afar before he passes away.

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VOICES: Savoring the Sweetness: A Baby Boomer’s Rosh Hashanah

Savoring the Sweetness: A Baby Boomer’s Rosh Hashanah
Elul 27, 5774 · September 22, 2014

 

September. As long as I can remember, my favorite time of year. We kids were bedecked with fresh new school clothes, our sharpened pencils and unbroken crayons lined up in their boxes like soldiers awaiting marching orders. Michigan autumns were marked by crisp blue skies and leaves turning an array of colors—scarlet, gold, yellow, magenta, as intense as the hues of those crayons.

In the midst of all this school hustle and bustle came another beginning—Rosh Hashanah. For those two days, we were pulled away from the schoolyard gang, reminded we were somehow different. We rose early, got

For two days we were pulled away from the schoolyard gang

decked out in our finery, and went to temple, where we sang beautiful, soulful melodies, tunes with a haunting seriousness so different from the sugary, superficial ditties we learned from TV. We dipped fresh, crunchy apples into sticky honey and relished golden, round challahs, purple raisins beckoning.Autumn and the Yamim Noraim, the High Holidays, seared together in that memory bank of childhood sensations. The dreamy, expansive days of summer had ended—days of lazily lying in a meadow, clouds and butterflies swirling overhead. Hot sun, cool pools, dripping popsicles and scraped-knees-filled days of endless possibility and freedom. But fall brought a more focused mood of anticipation, tempered with a bittersweet sense that winter was just around the corner. Rosh Hashanah’s minor-tuned melodies too carried a message, which even a child could somehow sense. It’s about more than shiny shoes and sweets, those songs whispered. A Jew’s “partying” has a purpose—to inspire us to dig a bit deeper, reach a bit higher; to make our days count.

Fall was a time of measurement and accounting, as well as promise and hope. Our school health form declared just how much we’d grown, two or three inches since last September. And this year we would learn cursive writing and multiplying. And maybe be more popular!

Rosh Hashanah is a time of accounting, too, but with a more subtle set of achievement markers. Were we more patient, kind, this past year? No gold stars are given to award our victories, but we can relish an inner knowing as we slowly climb the ladder of self-refinement and growth. Hope springs eternal—we experience a

Were we more patient, kind, this past year?

combination of bitter remorse for squandered opportunities, and G‑d’s loving embrace as we’re given yet another chance for a fresh start.And as much as we kvetched, there was a relief to go back to the rules and structure of school, to submit to the authority of the teacher. We knew we’d learn new skills and grow through that discipline, stretch to levels we might never reach laying around the pool. And during this season, we adults submit to the yoke of Avinu Malkeinu, our Father, our King, who guides us with that perfect blend of endless, loving patience and the structure of mitzvahs that offer infinite growth possibilities, in ways we could never reach left to our own bumbling devices.

My chronological years have increased a bit since kicking the leaves and avoiding the sidewalk cracks on the way home were my primary fall activities. I like to think my understanding of Judaism has increased a bit as well. As one of the much analyzed and probed Baby Boomers, I’ve found some correlations between middle age and the High Holidays.

As we boomers move into the autumn of our fifties and sixties, many have conflicting reactions. Mortality is more than an abstract concept. We’ve sat in shocked silence at funerals of friends, and stood with bowed heads at graves of family. Our bodies are showing signs of limitations; those gray hairs and wrinkles keep appearing. One all-nighter is followed by three days of yawning and irritability. In spite of increased fatigue and forgetfulness, I find this time surprisingly liberating.

I see my friends stepping into their own skin in a deeper way, with a stronger sense of awareness, responsibility and identity. They want to mentor others, speak out, make a difference. It’s suddenly easier to prioritize, let go of the trivialities. Having made more than a few meaty mistakes, I find it easier to see the big picture and focus on the real stuff.

Rosh Hashanah so elegantly provides us Jews with a yearly mid-stream pause. In the middle of our hectic lives, we take time to pull back and reflect. Like the melancholy honk of the geese flying south, we are reminded, through the pensive prayers, melodies and mood, that this life is a precious and time-bound gift. Time for inventory: How well are we measuring up to our ideals? What resolutions can we make to get and stay more on track?

Maimonides likened the penetrating blast of the shofar to an alarm clock: “Wake up you sleepers . . .” Or in more contemporary parlance, “Wake up and smell the coffee!” The summer’s over, snap out of your dreamy dilly-dallying. Go for it—let’s make our lives and world what we want them to be.

My prayers have changed as I’ve aged, ostensibly matured; like my newfound attitude, they are simpler, more focused on the essence. They cut deeper.

Bless me, forgive me, embrace me

“G‑d, please bless me, forgive me, embrace me. Me and mine. My dear husband is graying. Give him strength. My precious children and grandchildren. Those kids, so dear, so young and vulnerable (though of course they don’t think so), those teens and budding young adults. G‑d, please watch over them. I have to let go, trusting You to keep them in Your palm, close by and protected. Protect Your precious children and Your beloved land, each one, each inch. Bring us close to You. Reveal Your light. That’s all.”

Red and gold mark these days—glorious leaves, crisp red apples dipped in golden honey—as we pray to receive and savor blessings of sweetness. To appreciate the aching beauty in quickly passing time, with our growing awareness of its ephemeral quality, and our fleeting chance to use it wisely. The Days of Awe are just that, awe at nature’s flash of beauty throughout the seasons, awe and gratitude for our lives’ possibilities and our Creator’s closeness and majesty.

PARSHAH PICKS: Let My Teaching Fall Like Rain (Haazinu)

Elul 28, 5774 · September 23, 2014
General Overview:

 

The bulk of this week’s Torah reading, Ha’azinu, consists of a poetic song delivered by Moses and Joshua. The song is a prophecy of what will transpire to the Jews – the good and the bad – until the end of times. The portion concludes with G‑d commanding Moses to climb Mount Nebo, from where he would see the Promised Land before his passing.

 

This Week’s Features

By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
THE PARSHAH

Deuteronomy 32:1–52

Moses’ song to the Jews before his passing. G‑d instructs Moses to climb Mount Nebo, from which he will view the Promised Land.

COLUMNISTS
Why is Moses singing on the last day of his life?

By Levi Avtzon
“If Judaism will be celebrated rather than commemorated,” sang Moses, “and allowed to work its music over you and your families, you will not be able to help but dance to its tune.”

By Mendel Kalmenson
Moses asked for spiritual “rain.” G-d responded by offering “dew”

By Lazer Gurkow
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Practical Parshah – Haazinu

The meaning of the word “Amen,” when to say it, and why.

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Haazinu Parshah Report

Rabbi Kadoozy astounds the scientific community with this rare satellite footage of planet earth.

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CHASSIDIC DIMENSION: The Teshuvah of Shabbos Teshuvah (Haazinu)

Elul 28, 5774 · September 23, 2014
Ha’azinu & Shabbos Teshuvah

The Teshuvah of Shabbos Teshuvah

The Torah portion Ha’azinu begins with Moshe saying:1 “Listen heaven and I will speak; hear earth the words of my mouth.” The Sifri notes2 that concerning heaven Moshe used an expression denoting closeness, ha’azinu , while regarding earth he used an expression indicating distance, v’sishma , for Moshe was “close to heaven and distant from earth.”

All of Torah serves to instruct each and every Jew. Since it tells us “listen heaven and hear earth,” it is evident that like Moshe, we are expected to become “close to heaven and distant from earth.” How are we to reach so rarefied a level?

Ha’azinu is often read on the Shabbos between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, a Shabbos known as “Shabbos Teshuvah ,” a “Shabbos of Repentance.”

The simple reason for the name is that this Shabbos falls within the Aseres Yimei Teshuvah , the “Ten Days of Penitence.” However, since every aspect of Torah is extremely precise, it is to be understood that the name “Shabbos Teshuvah ” serves to indicate that Shabbos enhances repentance, so that the Teshuvah of this Shabbos is superior to the Teshuvah of the other “Ten Days of Penitence.”

What is the connection between Shabbos and a superior form of Teshuvah ?

The Alter Rebbe explains3 that the Teshuvah of Aseres Yimei Teshuvah involves the soul’s essence, while Teshuvah during the rest of the year involves only the soul’s internal powers. Thus, the former period of Teshuvah is far superior to the latter.

These two times for Teshuvah also correspond to the two general levels of repentance, the lower level — whose purpose is to rectify man’s sins, and the higher level — which sees the soul returning and cleaving to its Source.4

In a general sense, these two forms of Teshuvah are mirrored in the difference between spiritual service during the week and spiritual service on Shabbos: During the week man is involved in mundane affairs, seeking to elevate the physical world to holiness. This corresponds to the lower level of repentance, in which the service is that of reuniting the soul’s internal powers with G-dliness.

On Shabbos, however, mundane labor is prohibited, for the sanctity of the day is such that man transcends the physical; his labor on that day involves achieving ever-higher levels within the framework of holiness.5

Thus the Teshuvah of Shabbos is the loftier level of Teshuvah , whereby the soul is elevated and cleaves to its Source.6 The superiority inherent in the Teshuvah of “Shabbos Teshuvah ” as compared to repentance during the other days of the “Ten Days of Penitence” will be understood accordingly:

The seven days between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur correspond to the seven weekdays of the entire past year; each day of the seven rectifies the misdeeds committed on that weekday in the year just past, with Sunday rectifying for all past Sundays, Monday for all Mondays, etc.

Therefore, although the entire period of the Aseres Yimei Teshuvah involves the superior form of Teshuvah , nevertheless, since the weekdays of the Aseres Yimei Teshuvahinvolve atonement for the weekdays of the past year, it follows that the weekdayTeshuvah is not the loftiest form.

Shabbos, however, is the Teshuvah for past Shabbasos, which themselves are inherently superior in service and Teshuvah. It therefore follows that the Teshuvah ofShabbos Teshuvah is the loftiest of all the Aseres Yimei Teshuvah.

It is the attainment of this level on Shabbos Teshuvah that enables each and every Jew to be like Moshe — “close to heaven and distant from earth.”

Based on Likkutei Sichos Vol. XIV, pp. 143-147.

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Rosh Hashana

Elul 27, 5774 · September 22, 2014
Rosh Hashanah Aliya Summary

Day One of Rosh Hashanah (Genesis 21:1-34; Numbers 29:1-6):

General Overview: On the first day of Rosh Hashanah, the Torah reading focuses on our Patriarch Isaac’s birth. The reading begins with the words, “And G‑d remembered Sarah.” According to the Talmud, G‑d “remembered” Sarah, and chose to bless her with a child, on Rosh Hashanah. The reading also discusses Ishmael’s expulsion from Abraham’s household due to the negative influence he posed for Isaac, and the treaty between Abraham and Abimelech, king of the Philistines.

First Aliyah: At the age of ninety, previously barren Sarah miraculously gave birth to a son, who, as per G‑d’s instruction, was named Isaac. Isaac was circumcised when he was eight days old.

Second Aliyah: Sarah was overjoyed by the tremendous miracle. “Who would have said to Abraham that Sarah would nurse children,” She exclaimed. Abraham made a huge feast on the day that Isaac was weaned. Sarah noticed that Ishmael, Abraham’s eldest son born to him from her maidservant Hagar, was behaving inappropriately. She demanded from Abraham that he expel both Ishmael and Hagar from the household. G‑d instructed Abraham to hearken to Sarah’s words, for “your progeny will be called [only] after Isaac.”

Third Aliyah: Nevertheless, G‑d promised Abraham that Ishmael’s descendents, too, will be made into a nation, for he, too, is Abraham’s seed. Abraham expelled Hagar and Ishmael; they wandered in the desert and eventually ran out of water. Ishmael was about to perish from thirst when an angel “opened Hagar’s eyes” and showed her a well of water from which to give Ishmael to drink. Ishmael grew up in the desert, became a skilled archer and married an Egyptian woman.

Fourth Aliyah: At that point, Abimelech, king of the Philistines, approaches Abraham and requested to enter into a treaty with him, whereby neither party will harm the other for three generations. Abraham agreed, but first reprimanded Abimelech concerning a well of water which he had dug which was stolen by Abimelech’s subjects. Abimelech proclaimed his innocence, claiming to have been unaware of the situation. Abraham took sheep and cattle, and gave it to Abimelech as a symbol of their treaty.

Fifth Aliyah: Abraham then set apart seven ewes from the flock. Abraham told Abimelech to take those seven ewes as evidence that he, Abraham, dug the well. Abraham planted an orchard and established an inn in Beer Sheba and proclaimed the name of G‑d to all passersby.

Note: If the first day of Rosh Hashanah falls on Shabbat, then the same reading is read, however it is divided into seven aliyot (sections) instead of five.

Maftir: The maftir reading details the various sacrifices offered in the Holy Temple on Rosh Hashanah, along with the accompanying wine libations, oil and meal offerings.


Day Two of Rosh Hashanah (Genesis 22:1-24; Numbers 29:1-6):

General Overview: The Torah reading for the second day of Rosh Hashanah discusses the Binding of Isaac. On the day when we are judged by G‑d, we invoke the merit of our Patriarchs, and their willingness to sacrifice all for G‑d’s sake. The reading concludes with the birth of Rebecca, Isaac’s destined soulmate.

First Aliyah: G‑d commanded Abraham to take his son Isaac to the Land of Moriah, and offer him as a sacrifice on a mountain (eventually to become known as the Temple Mount). Abraham rose early in the morning, took along Isaac and necessary provisions, and set out for the Land of Moriah.

Second Aliyah: On the third day, Abraham spies the mountain from afar. He leaves behind his two servants and proceeds together with Isaac. In response to Isaac’s question, “We have the fire and the wood, but where is the sacrificial lamb?”, Abraham responds, “G‑d will provide for Himself the lamb…”

Third Aliyah: They arrived at the place which G‑d had designated. Abraham built the altar, bound Isaac, and placed him on the wood pyre atop the altar. As Abraham stretched out his hand to take the slaughtering knife, an angel appeared and ordered him to desist. “Now I know that you are G‑d fearing, since you have not withheld your only son from Me!” Abraham offered a ram which was caught in a nearby thicket in lieu of his son, and named the area “The L-rd Will See.”

Fourth Aliyah: G‑d promised Abraham great blessings as a reward for passing this difficult test. “I will make your descendents as numerous as the stars in heaven!” Abraham and Isaac returned home to Beer Sheba.

Fifth Aliyah: After these events, Abraham was notified that his sister-in-law, Milkah, had given birth to children. One of these children, Bethuel, was the father of Rebecca, Isaac’s future wife.

Maftir: The maftir reading details the various sacrifices offered in the Holy Temple on Rosh Hashanah, along with the accompanying wine libations, oil and meal offerings.

PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL: Rosh Hashanah

Elul 27, 5774 · September 22, 2014
Rosh Hashanah Torah Readings
Genesis 21:1-34; Genesis 22:1-24

Day 1:

G-d remembers Sarah and gives her and Abraham a son, who is named Isaac (Yitzchak) meaning “will laugh“; Abraham is 100 years old, and Sarah 90. Isaac is circumcised at the age of eight days.

Hagar and Ishmael are banished from Abraham’s home and wander in the desert; G-d hears the cry of the dying lad and saves his life by showing his mother a well. The Philistine king Avimelech makes a treaty with Abraham atBe’er Sheva.

Day 2:

G-d commands Abraham to sacrifice his son on Mount Moriah (the Temple Mount) inJerusalem. Isaac is bound and placed on the altar, and Abraham raises the knife to slaughter his son. A voice from heaven calls to stop him, saying it was a test; a ram, caught in the undergrowth by its horns, is offered

TORAH STUDIES: Rosh Hashanah – Yom Kippur

Elul 27, 5774 · September 22, 2014
The Ten Days of Teshuvah

The following Sicha is about the difficulties of translation itself. The act of translation assumes that for every word in one language, equivalents can be found in another. But this may be untrue, especially when we are dealing with ideas that are central and unique to Judaism. We may then fall into the error of equating a Jewish idea with one drawn from another culture when the two are in fact dissimilar, even opposite. This is the case with the three words constantly on our minds during the Ten Days of Teshuvah. In English they are repentance, prayer and charity. How far these differ from their Jewish counterparts—teshuvah, tefillah and tzedakah—the Rebbe emphatically explains.

1. The Service of the Ten Days

We express the hope that on Rosh Hashanah G-d blessed us with a “good and sweet year” to come, a year made fruitful by children, health and sustenance.

But there is no limit to goodness and blessing. Thus, during the Ten Days of Teshuvah we have the opportunity through our service, to cause G-d to grant us yet greater benefits from His “full and expansive hand.”

What is this service? It is, as we say in our prayers, “repentance, prayer and charity” which avert evil and bring the good. But the words “repentance, prayer and charity” are misleading. By thus translating the Hebrew terms teshuvah, tefillah and tzedakah, we are led into a false comparison of these three elements of the religious life as they exist in Judaism and outside it.

In fact, there are crucial differences. Teshuvah is not repentance. Tefillah is not prayer. And tzedakah is not charity.

2. Teshuvah and Repentance

“Repentance” in Hebrew is not teshuvah but charatah. Not only are these two terms not synonymous. They are opposites.

Charatah implies remorse or a feeling of guilt about the past and an intention to behave in a completely new way in the future. The person decides to become “a new man.” But teshuvah means “returning” to the old, to one’s original nature. Underlying the concept of teshuvah is the fact that the Jew is, in essence, good. Desires or temptations may deflect him temporarily from being himself, being true to his essence. But the bad that he does is not part of, nor does it affect, his real nature. Teshuvah is a return to the self. While repentance involves dismissing the past and starting anew, teshuvah means going back to one’s roots in G-d and exposing them as one’s true character.

For this reason, while the righteous have no need to repent, and the wicked may be unable to, both may do teshuvah.1 The righteous, though they have never sinned, have constantly to strive to return to their innermost. And the wicked, however distant they are from G-d, can always return, for teshuvah does not involve creating anything new, only rediscovering the good that was always within them.

3. Tefillah and Prayer

“Prayer” in Hebrew is not tefillah but bakashah. And again these terms are opposites. Bakashah means to pray, request, beseech. But tefillah means, to attach oneself.2

In bakashah the person asks G-d to provide him, from above, with what he lacks. Therefore when he is not in need of anything, or feels no desire for a gift from above, bakashah becomes redundant.

But in tefillah the person seeks to attach himself to G-d. It is a movement from below, from man, reaching towards G-d. And this is something appropriate to everyone and at every time.

The Jewish soul has a bond with G-d. But it also inhabits a body, whose preoccupation with the material world may attenuate that bond. So it has constantly to be strengthened and renewed. This is the function of tefillah. And it is necessary for every Jew. For while there may be those who do not lack anything and thus have nothing to request of G-d, there is no-one who does not need to attach himself to the source of all life.

4. Tzedakah and Charity

The Hebrew for “charity” is not tzedakah but chessed. And again these two words have opposite meanings.

Chessed, charity, implies that the recipient has no right to the gift and that the donor is under no obligation to give it. He gives it gratuitously, from the goodness of his heart. His act is a virtue rather than a duty.

On the other hand tzedakah means righteousness or justice. The implication is that the donor gives because it is his duty. For, firstly, everything in the world belongs ultimately to G-d. A man’s possessions are not his by right. Rather, they are entrusted to him by G-d, and one of the conditions of that trust is that he should give to those who are in need. Secondly, a man has a duty to act towards others as he asks G-d to act towards him. And as we ask G-d for His blessings though He owes us nothing and is under no obligation, so we are bound in justice to give to those who ask us, even though we are in no way in their debt. In this way we are rewarded: Measure for measure. Because we give freely, G-d gives freely to us.

This applies in particular to the tzedakah which is given to support the institutions of Torah learning. For everyone who is educated in these institutions is a future foundation of a house in Israel, and a future guide to the coming generation. This will be the product of his tzedakah—and his act is the measure of his reward.

5. Three Paths

These are the three paths which lead to a year “written and sealed” for good.

By returning to one’s innermost self (teshuvah), by attaching oneself to G-d (tefillah) and by distributing one’s possessions with righteousness (tzedakah), one turns the promise of Rosh Hashanah into the abundant fulfillment of Yom Kippur: A year of sweetness and plenty.

(Source: Likkutei Sichot, Vol. II pp. 409-411)

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Six13 – High Holiday Mashup

18.09.2014
Send this as a PERSONALIZED, CUSTOMIZABLE MUSICAL ROSH HASHANAH VIDEO CARD to your friends and family. It’s free and easy! http://www.six13.com/#!/sendcard

Rosh Hashanah 5775

14.09.2014
video for Erev Rosh Hashanah Dinner

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Kupat Ha’ir is the largest volunteer based charity fund supported by Jews worldwide. Kupat Ha’ir is the lifeline for thousands of needy. With offices in Israel, the U.S., Canada http://www.kupat.org

ישראל את לא לבד – Israel You’re Not Alone

26.08.2014

 

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WEEKLY Parshat Hashavuah 

 

 

אמא

למולדת ספרדי – ליאור אלמליח, יותם כהן, ושמעון סיבוני

מנהל מוסיקלי ומנצח – דוד קריבושי
תזמר – מיכאל זלטנרייך
תזמורת סימפונט רעננה

מתוך “דואט אהבה” בהפקת האופרה הישראלית

Musical Director and Conductor – David Krivoshei
Orchestrator – Michael Seltenreich
Ra’anana Symphonette

From “Love Duet” produced by the Israel Opera

Hayat Boukhriss

23.04.2008
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Le superbe solo de oud du depart provient d’une autre video d’un ensemble tunisien ! j’ai fait un montage les 2 etant sur la même tonalité !

Great selection!!Luther Lutherking

 ANA MANI FYACH version Rav HAIM LOUK

Pyoutim + music judéo-andalouse

לנר ולבשמים עם אבי לב מוצאי שבת פרשת ‘כי תצא’ תשע”ד

06.09.2014

Itamar Pinhas

Video Jewish Music & Simcha of the Day

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שירים חסידיים שקטים – hasidic music

21.09.2014

Melave Malka With The Traveling Chassidim In Detroit

14.09.2014

Mesamche lev – Checks

17.09.2014
Mesamche Lev was founded in 1971 by R Zalman Ashkenazi, Zatzal. Reb Zalman, as he was fondly called, was a master of chesed who dedicated his life to helping the poor. He founded Mesamche Lev when he first handedly witnessed widows and orphans struggling with devastating poverty and hunger- and before long he was helping thousands!

Mesamche Lev provides financial assistance to the poor in Eretz Yisroel on a very large scale. We support 523 almonos and 3233 yesomim, and assist over 12,000 large and impoverished families with shoes, matzah, wine, and more lekovod Pesach. Mesamche Lev also operates a fish and meat program for thousands of families, and provides grocery coupons for Torah scholars and large families; ensuring them a peaceful, joyous Yom Tov.

Mesamche Lev operates an orphan wedding fund, to assist widows with marrying off their children. Mesamche Lev’s activities extend to the United States, where hundreds of widows are supported, and thousands of pounds of matzah are distributed below cost price to large needy families .

Mesamche Lev was founded over four decades ago by the esteemed great tzaddik, Reb Zalman Ashkenazi, zecher tzaddik livracha. May the great zechusim of this immense chessed organization be letoivas ulilluy nishmaso hatehorah shel hagaon Hatzaddik R’ Yoel Yekusiel Zalman Yom Tov Lipa zeicher tzaddik livracha, ben Hagaon Hatzaddik Maran Harav Elimelech Ashkenazi, zeicher tzaddik livracha.

Yaakov ‘Yanky’ Lemmer “It Is Shabbos” Album Preview

18.09.2014
A Collection of Teffilos and Yiddish songs of Shabbos. Accompanied By The S.F.Y. Philharmonic Orchestra & Choir, Arranged & Conducted by: Dr. Mordechai Sobol, Musical Producer: Ofir Sobol

בליווי המקהלה והתזמורת הפילהרמונית אס.אף.ווי עבוד וניצוח: ד”ר מרדכי סובול
מפיק מוסיקלי : אופיר סובול

Concept and Inspiration

Shabbos.

A time of physical rest.
A time of spiritual elevation.
A time for family bonding and last but not least… a time for intent prayer and joyous song.

Through the music in this album, I strive to present the contrast between Shabbos joy and sincerity. The songs portray the gaeity and jubilance of Shabbos, while the Teffilos (Prayers) represent the magical interactions we encounter on Shabbos, on a deeper and more mystical level.

It is my sincere hope that you enjoy this album, and take some of these timeless melodies to grace your Shabbos tables.

Yanky

Selections

1. Mimkomcho
Composed by one of the most celebrated artists in Jewish music – Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach.

“From Thy place our King, shine forth and reign over us for we await Thee. When wilt Thou reign in Zion? Speedily, in our days, dwell there forever more.

2. Rozo D’shabbos
Composed by the legendary Cantor Pierre Pinchik. This mystical Kabbalistic text describes the union of various aspects of Hashem’s holiness on Friday evening at the commencement of Shabbos. Taken from the Holy Zohar, we learn how the Holy One, Blessed Be He, ascends His throne, the world is illuminated by the celestial light of creation, and all forces of evil and severe judgment are dispelled.

3. Yismach Moshe
A beautiful song from the Shabbos morning liturgy. The predictability of melody, rhyme and text make this a wonderful selection to sing with children around the Shabbos table.

4. Gut Fun Avrohom / Zul Nokh Zayn Shabbos
A child begs his grandmother not to say the Motzei Shabbos prayer (Saturday Night Prayer) as it would signal the end of his wonderful day of rest.

5. Kehilos Hakodesh
A dirge for Jewish martyrs throughout the ages, from the Shabbos morning liturgy.

6. Mamele
Reminiscing about the intense experiences of motherly love, especially during Shabbos candle lighting.

7. Ad Heino
Duet with Cantor Simon Cohen to the text from the Shabbos morning liturgy that proclaims Hashem’s greatness.

8. Shabbos Koidesh
A Yiddish song depicting the third and final feast of Shabbos. A time of intense spiritual elevation but with a feeling of dire loss as Shabbos is about to leave us. We are consoled however, with the knowledge that the ultimate Shabbos will come soon, with the coming of Moshiach.

9. Hamavdil
A Yiddish song with some text of the Motzei Shabbos (Saturday Night) liturgy. We beg Hashem to forgive our sins and send us a week of blessing.

10. Yedid Nefesh
A Yiddish / Hebrew song with some text, this time of the Seudah Shlishit (Traditional third Shabbos feast) liturgy. We beseech Hashem to grant the sick perfect healing. Composed by Cantor Samuel Malavsky.

11. Zemiros Medley
A potpourri of Chassidic Shabbos Zemiros composed by Oscar Julius. I first heard this piece as young boy, when my father played a record of my mentor, Cantor Moshe Stern.

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Dovid Gabay – The Letter – Daven For Me [Official Music Video]

10.09.2014
As the Yomim Norai’m are ever so quickly approaching, here is a brand new inspiring music video to help us get into the right mind frame to daven on behalf of our brothers and sisters around the world. Chazal tell us that if two people are in need of the same salvation, they should pray for each other that the other’s need should be answered. By doing so, together, they open the gates of mercy, and thereby create a zechus in Shamayim that THEIR prayers be answered. The song entitled “The Letter”, from Dovid Gabay’s 2nd album, Omar Dovid, has been a true inspiration for so many around the globe, but most importantly for an individual residing in Brooklyn, NY. Upon hearing the song, and realizing his own child was in desperate need of tefilos, he decided, based on the message of this very song, to start an organization for individuals all around the world to be paired up with others who are in need of the same salvation. The organization is called Daven For Me and currently has over 5,000 subscribed members, and counting… This movement of tefilah has brought about many yeshuos in the world. Many of which you can read about on the organization’s website: Davenforme.org.

Watch and enjoy this heartfelt music video, and take upon yourself someone to daven for today by joining this wonderful organization!!

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הופעות בבית אבי חי

שירת היהודים ההרריים – פרץ ומארק אליהו

16.02.2012
מסורת הפיוט והמוסיקה של יהודי הקווקז בעיבודים חדשים של פרץ ומארק אליהו
פרץ אליהו, יליד דגסטן, חקר לאורך שנים את המסורת המוסיקלית הייחודית של היהודים ההרריים, ששורשיה באזור הקווקז (דגסטאן, אזרבייג’ן, צ’צ’ניה וקברדינויה) נמתחים עד לימי בית ראשון. במופע מוצגת המסורת המוסיקלית הייחודית של הקהילה — שירה בעברית ובשפת הג’הורי (השפה היהודית-קווקזית) — בצד מוסיקה אינסטרומנטלית שליוותה את חיי היהודים ההרריים במרוצת הדורות.
ניהול אמנותי, מחקר אקדמי, עיבודים ולחנים — פרץ אליהו
הפקה מוסיקלית, עיבודים ולחנים — מארק אליהו
זמרת אורחת: מורין נהדר

Lipa Schmeltzer & 8th Day At Shabis Bar Mitzvah

11.09.2014
While filming Shabis Bar Mitzvah in Crown Hieghts – CJ STUDIOS left an extra camera near the band stand to get shots of all the great singers who came to hie Bar Mitzvah, including Lipa, 8th Day, Eli Gerstner and more.

Benny Friedman & Yedidim Choir – Aaron Teitelbaum Production – בני פרידמן וידידים – ואפילו בהסתרה

31.08.2014
Benny Friedman & Yedidim Choir “Nigun Hastureh” At a Wedding In Terrace on The park on August 20, 2014 Conducted By Yisroel Lamm An Aaron Teitelbaum Production

בני פרידמן וידידים – ואפילו בהסתרה
מילים: ליקוטי מוהר”ן
לחן: שעיה גרוס

דער אייבישטער זאגט אינז קינדערלעך אנוכי הסתר פני ביום ההיא, אבער די רבי זאגט ואפי’ בהסתרה שבתוך ההסתרה בוודאי גם שם נמצא השם יתברךגם מאחורי הדברים הקשים העומדים עליך, אני עומד

CHAZAQ Concert with the Renowned Ari Goldwag “Am Echad” “Yesh Tikvah”

14.08.2014

Yonatan Razel

רמיקס חרדי דתי

Mordechai Ben David – Torah Hakedosha

16.12.2013
Mordechai Ben David Sings “Torah Hakedosha” Composed by Rav Hillel Palei At a Sanz Klausenburg Yeshiva Fundraising Malveh Malka On Motzei Shabbos November 9 2013 In Boro Park, Naftuli Moshe Schnitzler On the Keys

Amazing Hasidic dance

Eitan Katz – Elul Nigun

simcha GREAT!! videos selection

Hachnosas Sefer Torah In Pupa – Elul 5772

16.09.2012
Hachnosas Sefer Torah In Pupa – Elul 5772
Dancing on the streets in Williamsburg followed by the Pupa Rebbe dancing with the sefer Torah.

Modzitz Rebbe Visiting Ashdod – Elul 5772

20.08.2012
Modzitz Rebbe Visiting Ashdod – Elul 5772
http://www.rebbeclips.com/search/labe&#8230;

Carlebach Rosh Chodesh Elul Tzfat 5770_1/2

Carlebach Rosh Chodesh Elul Tzfat 5770_2/2

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Avrumy Holczler singing Eishes Chayil (new) at his own wedding!! , Part 2 Section on the right side:Popular Eitan Katz Videos

לך אלי – מאיר בנאי חודש אלול

Nachamu Nachamu Ami

10.08.2014
This is a new song from the upcoming album “Fixing the World” by Yisroel Juskowitz. It interweaves sadness together with hope and consolation.

http://www.yisroelworld.com

Popular Nachamu Ami & Neshama Carlebach videos

שירי אלול

Special Diwan Saz Concert

Simchas Bais Kossov-Serdahel-Wosner

Kumzits & Nigun videos

Yeshiva Darchei Torah Choir – Shalom Aleichem

02.01.2014
Music video of Benny Friedman’s Shalom Aleichem, performed by the Yeshiva Darechi Torah Boys Choir. (5th Grade) Directed by Rabbi Yisroel Kleinman, The video was produced by Skyline Music & Kol Rom Media. The song was originally produced by Avi Newmark, arranged by Ian Freitor, and composed by Ari Goldwag.

Cantors Selection

Chabad Nigunim Songs – Yaakov Shwekey in Brazil – November 2010, Kislev 5771

Benny Friedman & Shira Choir With Sympinny Band | בני פרידמן שירה וסימפני חתונה

14.06.2014
Benny Friedman & Shira Choir With Sympinny Band

הכל תחת קורת גג אחד ובביצוע נשיר ומושלם בני פרידמן יקיר הקהל ומקהלת שירה המכובדת בלווי של תזמורת סימפני החדשה הקפיצו קהל אמריקאי משך שעות ללא הרף בחתונה חסידית במיטב הלחנים והלהיטים . המעגלים והריקודים נמשכו זמן רב שמחת חתן כלה בכל הפירושים וההסברים

Nigun Lev ניגון לב By Beri Weber

06.07.2014
Brand new song by Beri Weber The single is titled “Niggun Lev” from his upcoming album that will be released by the end of the summer 2014 the song was composed with the spirit of the holy city of Tzfas and boasts an energetic vibe that is sure to warm and invigorate hearts all over.

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Music-Simcha of the Day, Concert Mordechai Ben David – Maaminim , Part 2 Popular Mordechai Ben David Videos. Great Videos Selection

 

The Rebbe: Ani Maamin…

01.07.2014
From an upcoming Living Torah, Never before seen footage of this Farbrengen 24 Tammuz 5736 – 1976, the Rebbe singing Ani Maamin…

Lipa Schmeltzer

Popular Chabad Niggunim & Nigun videos

A medley of Simcha and weddings songs

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