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

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.

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Ari Goldwag Am Echad Dance (Official)

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!

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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.

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://

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://

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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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?

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

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 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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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

By Bryan Schwartzman

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 Staff

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

By Menachem Posner

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

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

By Dovid Margolin

An inspiring story about a group effort to put a piece of Jewish history back in business

By Chaya Schley

Rabbi in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, running local crisis center while anxiously awaiting aid shipments

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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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