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COMMENT: The Secret to Eliminating the Generation Gap

The Secret to Eliminating the Generation Gap
Cheshvan 23, 5775 · November 16, 2014

 

Mrs. Layah Block

A Beautiful Sight

My son’s bar mitzvah a few years ago was an opportunity for a family reunion. On Shabbat afternoon after lunch, my brother-in-law pulled me aside and pointed out a beautiful scene. A large group of teenage girls was sitting and chatting with “Bubbie,” my mother-in-law, Mrs. Layah Block. The easy chatter and happy laughter continued for nearly half an hour. Despite the age difference, there was no generation gap at all.

Recently, my mother-in-law passed away, and our family gathered once again to remember our beloved mother and grandmother. One after another, the grandchildren talked about their easy and comfortable rapport with Bubbie. The fact that Bubbie related easily to their high school woes and teenage delights had always been taken for granted, but in retrospect, it was remarkable.

This got me thinking. What causes the generation gap and what does it take to bridge it? I am fairly certain that my mother-in-law didn’t make a conscious effort to relate to her teenage grandchildren. It came naturally to her. What is the secret to making the generation gap disappear?

Generation Gap

I’d suggest that a major reason for the so-called generation gap is grandparents and grandchildren dismissing each other.

All too often, grandchildren view their old and frail grandparents as irrelevant. They love Granny and visit often, they love Grandpa and can’t get enough of the doting old man, but when it comes down to it, their grandparents are old folks who sit at home and do boring things.

You can tell them that several decades earlier, their grandparents were vital, strapping teenagers just like them. You can tell them that their grandparents still feel young and wonder where the years went. But it will often fall on deaf ears. They will hear it in their heads, but will be hard-pressed to relate. The generation gap is too large.

Then one day they may see a picture of their grandparents in their youth and are startled by their uncanny resemblance to them. Suddenly, the old dotty grandpa is energetic and strong, athletic and adventurous. Suddenly, they see their grandparents in themselves. This is Granny? But it can’t be. She looks exactly like me! Indeed, she does. They come to realize that Granny was once as strong as them, and they will one day be as frail as her. Suddenly it clicks. They get it. What you couldn’t explain with a thousand words can become crystal clear with one picture. The wrinkled, old-fashioned appearance is just a shell. What is on the inside matters most.

Grandparents are often just as guilty. They see their grandchildren running around doing things they cannot do, with interests unheard of in their own youth. They conclude that this is a new generation and assume they cannot relate. “These kids cannot possibly relate to us, their-old fashioned grandparents,” they figure. “We are good for hugs, kisses and lollipops, but beyond that, kids need to be left alone.”

Nothing can be further from the truth. Children have so much to gain from their grandparents, and vice versa. I look at my children, nieces and nephews and see how their relationship with their Bubbie and Zaidy has enriched them. I know they cherish each memory, and I wonder what life might have been like if this were lacking.

Our external pursuits may be different. But underneath, we are all the same. Children seek fun, meaningful encounters, and so do adults. We pursue our objectives differently, but our goals are the same. High-school woes and geriatric woes are both woes. Just because these are not our woes at this time doesn’t make them unimportant or unrelatable.

A second cause of the generation gap is our fixation with the superficial. When my son told his grandmother about his childish scrapes and teenage struggles, she didn’t baby or dismiss him. She looked deeper and saw his pain and determination. She related to his joys and triumphs because underneath they were the same as her own. Just because grandchildren and grandparents go about their goals in different ways does not make them different people. Facebook and iPads don’t define the youth, just like knitting and crocheting don’t define the old. Underneath, we are one.

Abraham and Isaac

In this week’s Torah portion, we are introduced to “Isaac, the son of Abraham.” The Torah then explicitly states that “Abraham begot Isaac.” The commentaries wonder about the redundancy and explain: Isaac was the son of Abraham, and in case anyone suspected differently (since Isaac was born when Abraham was 100), G‑d made it so that Isaac perfectly resembled his father, so everyone would know that Abraham begot Isaac. The father’s genetic material was imprinted on the son.1

Isaac the son of Abraham, Abraham begot Isaac.” There was no generation gap between them because its two primary causes were lacking. They did not view one another as strangers who cannot relate to each other, because despite the hundred-year gap between them, Isaac was a perfect likeness of Abraham. They couldn’t dismiss each other as old folk or young kid, because when they looked at each other they saw carbon copies of themselves.

The second cause of the generation gap is the divergent styles of surface pursuits. Here the Torah tells us that Isaac always remained the son of Abraham. No matter that Abraham hosted guests and Isaac dug wells, no matter the difference in their styles, interests and personalities, they were always a unit. Abraham saw Isaac as his son and Isaac saw Abraham as his father. There was no generation gap.2

VOICES: G-d is My Pilot

G-d is My Pilot
Cheshvan 24, 5775 · November 17, 2014

 

She was having a bad Monday morning. I saw it all over her face as I made my way through the crush of people exiting the train station.

“Today is just not my day,” I heard her say to no one in particular, and she went on to complain about the several mishaps that had already managed to ruin her day before 8 a.m. It sounded like quite a maddening morning, and I felt sorry for her.

She was having a bad Monday morning

“Give your day a chance, there’s still quite a lot of it ahead!” I heard myself say. I’m not sure if I was that annoying stranger who offers unsolicited advice, or perhaps I was the bearer of a message she needed to hear. I laughed at myself for my uncharacteristic gall, and she smiled as we parted ways.

I don’t usually join into strangers’ conversations on my way to work. But something tugged at me, the memory of a significant experience just a few weeks before . . .

It was the busiest time of the week at Camp Gan Israel of Edmonton, the last few minutes of camp on a Friday. True to the nature of my job as an assistant director, I was being pulled in five directions all at once. As I rushed by the supply room, a staff member called out to me, “Your phone rang a couple times, Shaina. Someone is trying to reach you.” It couldn’t have been my Canadian phone; I had that phone hanging from my neck, the signature assistant director look.

An alarm went off in my head. I immediately went to check who might have been calling my American phone. Two missed calls from my brother and sister, and a voicemail message waiting for me . . . a message I didn’t want to listen to. I stood there frozen in time. A time when I knew that my grandfather was still alive, living his last few moments in this world. If I’d listen to the message, the world would forever change.

But I couldn’t stand there forever. I closed my eyes as I listened to the gentle voice of my brother, bearing the sensitive news of my grandfather’s passing. My dear grandfather, whose kind voice I could still hear in my mind.

The shock hit me all at once. There was going to be a funeral and a shivah. My family would all gather together to support my grandmother . . . my grandmother! Again, a rush of emotions as I thought about my grandparents and the many years they’d shared together.

I dialed my brother’s number to hear the news straight from him. He told me the funeral would be early Sunday morning and that my mother was hoping we’d all make it into town. With the help of a kind travel agent and some other G‑d-sent messengers, an hour later I had a ticket for flight AC 1174 on motzoei Shabbat(the evening after Shabbat).

I had a tight connection to catch in Toronto that worried me; I certainly couldn’t afford to miss it and have to catch the next outgoing flight to New York—I was just making it in time to the funeral as it was. As soon as I got on the plane, I told a stewardess that I was on my way to a funeral, and she assured me that I would be able to move up to business class for the last 20 minutes of the flight, which would ensure that I would be among the first passengers to disembark.

I whispered Tefilat Haderech, the prayer for travelers, as the plane took off, and said my Shema prayers as I prepared to go to sleep. My ability to sleep practically anywhere served me well; I slept soundly for almost the entire flight and awakened to hear the stewardess inviting me to business class for landing. Gratefully, I settled into my front-row seat right next to hers. I could hear the stewardess’ jolly conversations behind the curtain as I dozed off into a light slumber.

Through the fog of sleep, I thought I heard the pilot announcing that we would be preparing for an emergency landing. I opened my eyes to see my kind stewardess nervously holding the mic, announcing that we were to put every belonging in the overhead compartment, practice the bracing position, and remove any sharp objects, so as not to harm the slides in case we would indeed be making an emergency exit. “Passengers are instructed to leave their belongings behind them . . .”

Leave my belongings behind? I needed my passport with me to catch my connecting flight! I called over my kind stewardess and asked her when we’d be able to get our belongings back.

“If we make an emergency landing, my dear, your life is more important than your belongings,” she said as calmly as she could, but even I could detect that, behind her pasted smile, she was very nervous. This was clearly an emergency. It was no longer about making my connecting flight; it was about making it off the plane safely.

I whispered the few Psalms I knew by heart over and over again. I had a lot of questions, and I wasn’t too shy to use my seat up front to my advantage. The patient stewardess explained to me, “I think we will be just fine. Our pilot is well trained for such situations. We will be okay. I trust him.” She was saying all the lines she was supposed to, only I wasn’t sure who she was trying to convince more—me or herself.

I listened closely to the announcements: “We’ve got a fairly significant flight control problem right now.” “We’ve lost most of our flaps, and we’ve lost our autopilot.”

I closed my eyes and thought about our Pilot

I closed my eyes and thought about our Pilot, the One who steers the direction of every moment of life, the One who chooses who will live and who will die. G‑d never loses controls over His “aircraft” and is the master behind every occurrence of every day. Surely, I can trust Him. I whispered some more Psalms.

I looked around me to see the stewardess answering the calls and transmitting the messages to the rest of the crew. Things appeared to be calming down, but until we would touch the ground, no one knew if we’d need to make an emergency exit. Then the airplane hit the ground abruptly, and the passengers broke out into a loud applause. We had made a safe landing!

Despite the delay, I still had time to make it to my next flight. I thanked my kind stewardess with fewer words then I would have liked as I rushed out into the airport. I knew I really had to thank my Pilot, the One who sends me safe landings every day, the One who sent me a strong message today on how to appreciate every moment of life.

Every miracle, every day.

WEEKLY STORY: A Pound of Candles

A Pound of Candles
Cheshvan 24, 5775 · November 17, 2014

 

In his youth, the famed Maggid of Zlotchov, Rabbi Yechiel Michel, lived in a certain town, where he would sit all day in the local Beit Midrash (study hall and synagogue) and pursue his studies.

In that town there lived a simple Jew who earned his livelihood by transporting travelers and merchandise in his wagon. One day, the wagon driver came to the local rabbi in a state of great distress. “Help me, Rebbe!” he wept. “I have committed a terrible sin. I have desecrated the holy Shabbat. How can I atone for my transgression?”

“How did this come to pass?” asked the Rabbi.

“Last Friday,” the man explained, “I was returning from the marketplace with a wagonload of merchandise when I lost my way in the forest. By the time I found my way to the outskirts of the city, the sun had already set. So preoccupied was I with my worry over the merchandise, that I failed to realize that the Shabbat had arrived until it was too late…”

Seeing how broken-hearted the man was, the rabbi comforted him and said: “My son, the gates of repentance are never closed. Donate a pound of candles to the synagogue and your transgression will be forgiven.”

The young prodigy, Rabbi Michel, overheard this exchange, and was displeased by the rabbi’s approach. “A pound of candles to atone for violating the Shabbat?” he thought to himself. “The Shabbat is one of the most important mitzvot of the Torah. Why is the rabbi treating the matter so lightly?”

That Friday afternoon, the wagon driver brought the candles to the synagogue. As Rabbi Michel watched disapprovingly from his table against the back wall, he placed them on the lectern for the synagogue beadle to light in honor of the Shabbat. But this was not to be. Before the beadle arrived, a stray dog carried off the candles and ate them.

The distraught penitent ran to report the incident to the rabbi. “Woe is me!” he wept. “My repentance has been rejected in Heaven! What shall I do?!”

“You’re making too much of the matter,” the rabbi reassured him. “These things happen — there’s no reason to deduce that G-d is rejecting your repentance. Bring another pound of candles to the synagogue next week, and everything will be alright.”.

But when the beadle lit the candles on the following Friday afternoon, they inexplicably melted down, so that by the time Shabbat commenced, nothing was left of them. And upon his third attempt on the week after that, a strong wind suddenly blow out the candles just when Shabbat began and it was not possible to relight them.

The rabbi, too, realized, that something was amiss, and advised the wagon driver to seek the counsel of the great Chassidic master, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov.

“Hmm…” said the Baal Shem Tov, upon hearing the man’s story. “It seems that a certain young scholar in your town finds fault with the path to repentance that the rabbi has prescribed for you. Never mind. Next week, donate another pound of candles to the synagogue. This time, I promise you that everything will be alright. And tell Rabbi Michel that I would be honored if he could trouble himself to come visit me.”

Rabbi Michel wasted no time in abiding by the Baal Shem Tov’s request. But no sooner had he and his coachman set out that all sorts of troubles beset their journey. First, the wagon tumbled into a ditch. Then, an axle broke many miles from the nearest town. After which they lost their way altogether. When they finally found the road to Mezhibuzh it was late Friday afternoon and the sun was about to set. They were forced to abandon the wagon and continue on foot.

Rabbi Michel arrived at the Baal Shem Tov’s door an hour into Shabbat, weary and traumatized by his near-violation of the holy day. “Good Shabbat, Reb Michel,” Rabbi Israel greeted him, “come in and warm yourself by the fire. You, Reb Michel, have never tasted sin, so you did not comprehend the remorse a Jew feels at having transgressed the will of his Father in Heaven. I trust that you now understand something of the agony that our friend experienced. Believe me, his remorse alone more than atoned for his unwitting transgression…

PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL: Toldot

Cheshvan 26, 5775 · November 19, 2014
Toldot
Genesis 25:19-28:9

Isaac marries Rebecca. After twenty childless years their prayers are answered and Rebeccaconceives. She experiences a difficult pregnancy as the “children struggle inside her”; G-d tells her that “there are two nations in your womb,” and that the younger will prevail over the elder.

Esau emerges first; Jacob is born clutching Esau’s heel. Esau grows up to be “a cunning hunter, a man of the field”; Jacob is “awholesome man,” a dweller in the tents of learning. Isaac favors Esau; Rebecca loves Jacob. Returning exhausted and hungry from the hunt one day, Esau sells his birthright (his rights as the firstborn) to Jacob for a pot of redlentil stew.

In Gerar, in the land of the Philistines, Isaac presents Rebecca as his sister, out of fear that he will be killed by someone coveting her beauty. He farms the land, reopens the wells dug by his father Abraham, and bores a series of his own wells: over the first two there is strife with the Philistines, but the waters of the third well are enjoyed in tranquility.

Esau marries two Hittite women. Isaac grows old and blind, and expresses his desire to bless Esau before he dies. While Esau goes off to hunt for his father’s favorite food, Rebecca dresses Jacob in Esau’s clothes, covers his arms and neck with goatskins to simulate the feel of his hairier brother, prepares a similar dish, and sends Jacob to his father. Jacob receives his fathers’ blessings for “the dew of the heaven and the fat of the land” and mastery over his brother. When Esau returns and the deception is revealed, all Isaac can do for his weeping son is to predict that he will live by his sword, and that when Jacob falters, the younger brother will forfeit his supremacy over the elder.

Jacob leaves home for Charan to flee Esau’s wrath and to find a wife in the family of his mother’s brother, Laban. Esau marries a third wife — Machlat, the daughter of Ishmael.

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Toldot

Cheshvan 26, 5775 · November 19, 2014
Toldot Aliya Summary

General Overview: In this week’s reading, Toldot, Jacob and Esau are born. Isaac relocates to Philistine where he digs wells, resulting in friction between him and the locals. Rebecca and Jacob successfully deceive Isaac, tricking him into giving to Jacob the blessings he had intended for Esau.


First Aliyah: Rebecca had trouble conceiving. Isaac and Rebecca prayed for children, and after twenty years of marriage Rebecca became pregnant. She was concerned about her exceedingly difficult pregnancy, and was advised by G‑d that this was due to two children – two nations – struggling in her womb. She gave birth to twin boys: a hairy, ruddy boy named Esau, and a second son, born clutching his brother’s heel, named Jacob. Esau became a hunter, while Jacob was an honest man who frequented the schools of Torah. Isaac favored Esau, while Rebecca preferred Jacob. One day, Esau came home from the field hungry, and pleaded with Jacob to give him some of the stew he was cooking. Jacob agreed to Esau’s request provided that he give him his birthright as firstborn in exchange—and Esau acceded to this barter. There was a famine in Canaan, and Isaac was escaping the famine by traveling to Egypt via Philistine when G‑d told him to remain in Philistine. G‑d also informed Isaac that he would visit upon him all the blessings He had promised to Abraham.


Second Aliyah: Isaac settled in Philistine. When the townspeople inquired regarding his wife, he told them that she was his sister, fearing that otherwise the Philistines would kill him in order to take Rebecca. Eventually, Abimelech, king of the Philistines, noticed that Rebecca was Isaac’s wife and though he reprimanded Isaac, he issued a decree that no one touch them. While in Philistine, Isaac sowed crops, and miraculously harvested a hundred times more than a field’s normal yield.


Third Aliyah: Isaac became extremely wealthy. He also re-dug some of the wells that his father Abraham had dug, but had since been stopped up by the Philistines. The Philistines eventually became envious of his wealth, and asked him to leave. Isaac complied, moving away from the city and settling in the Gerar Valley. There, Isaac’s servants dug two new wells but the Philistines contested his ownership over these wells. The third well he dug was uncontested.


Fourth Aliyah: G‑d appeared to Isaac and blessed him and assured him that He would always be with him. Abimelech approached Isaac and requested to enter into a peace treaty with him.


Fifth Aliyah: Isaac agreed to Abimelech’s request. On that day, Isaac’s servants informed him that they had successfully dug another well. At the age of forty, Esau married two wives. Their idolatrous ways anguished Isaac and Rebecca. Isaac had now advanced in age, and he became blind. He summoned Esau and told him that he wished to bless him, but first he should go to the field and hunt some game for him to eat. Rebecca heard this conversation and advised Jacob to don Esau’s clothing and trick Isaac into blessing him instead. Rebecca prepared meat and gave it to Jacob to bring to his father. She also took hairy goatskin and put it on Jacob’s smooth arms and neck. Jacob approached his father and presented himself as Esau, and Isaac ate from the repast Rebecca had prepared.


Sixth Aliyah: Isaac blessed Jacob with the “dew of the heaven and the fat of the earth,” and granted him mastery over his brother. No sooner than the blessing ended, Esau arrived from the field, only to be informed by his father – who now understood what had transpired – that the blessing was already given to his younger brother. Esau was furious and Isaac comforted him with a minor blessing. Esau was determined to kill Jacob, but Rebecca, who got wind of this plot, asked Isaac to send Jacob to Charan to find a wife. Isaac did so, and blessed Jacob again before he departed.


Seventh Aliyah: Isaac sent Jacob to his brother-in-law Laban’s home, to marry one of his daughters. Esau married again, this time to Machalat the daughter of Ishmael.

TORAH STUDIES: Parshat Toldot

Cheshvan 26, 5775 · November 19, 2014
Toledot

The Sidra of Toledot begins with an account of the generation of “Isaac the son of Abraham,” and adds, “Abraham begat Isaac.” Why the repetition? The Rebbe quotes four explanations, each of a different kind, each representing a different level of Biblical interpretation.

Each is apparently unconnected with any of the others, but the Rebbe explores them in depth and shows their inner relation to one another—demonstrating, by this example, the essential unity of the various ways of understanding the Torah.

1. The Four Explanations

Our Sidra begins with the words, “And these were the generations of Isaac the son of Abraham: Abraham begat Isaac.”1 The commentators on the Torah ask the immediate question, why does the verse repeat itself in telling us that Abraham begat Isaac?

Among the various answers given are the following:

(i) The Talmud2 (and the Midrash3) say that the cynics of the time were casting aspersions on Abraham’s parentage of Isaac (Sarah had lived childless with Abraham for many years; and yet she bore Isaac only after she had been forcibly taken by Abimelech).4 Therefore, G-d made Isaac facially identical with Abraham so that everyone should recognize that he was indeed Abraham’s son. The double expression of the verse gives testimony to this fact.

(ii) The Midrash5 comments: “Isaac was crowned with Abraham and Abraham was crowned with Isaac.” Each was the other’s pride.

(iii) The Chassidic explanation6is that Abraham is a figure, or paradigm, of the service of love and kindness, while Isaac is the exemplar of fear and strictness. Each of these poles of worship has two levels. There is the lower fear, which is adherence for fear of punishment for sin, or for any harm that may befall one as a result of sin, while the higher fear is a sense of awe in the face of the majesty of G-d, and a withdrawal from sin because it is against G-d’s will.

The lower love is an attachment to G-d for the ulterior motive of reward, whether material or spiritual. But the higher love is independent of any desire for personal benefit, and is simply a cleaving to G-d for its own sake.

The verse, in its apparent repetition, is teaching us something about the relation of these four forms of service. The order of the names (Isaac, Abraham, Abraham, Isaac) tells us that the order of the worship of G-d starts with the lower fear, ascends to the lower love, and then to the higher love, and finally reaches its highest point in the higher fear.7 The lower begets the higher, for though one starts by worshipping G-d for ulterior motives, one eventually comes to do it for its own sake.8 And this applies to all Jews (that they must serve G-d with both love and fear9), for Abraham and Isaac and Jacob are called the “Fathers” of the Jewish people, meaning that all their descendants have inherited their capacities and the obligation to use them.

(iv) The Zohar10 explains that Abraham stands symbolically for the soul (and Sarah, for the body. For the Torah says, “And Sarah died,”11 meaning the body, which is mortal; while about Abraham it is written “And Abraham arose above the face of his dead,”12alluding to the soul, which transcends death). Isaac, whose name means “laughing” or “rejoicing,” stands for the pleasures which the soul will have in the world to come. So the verse, thus translated, reads: “Pleasure will be the reward to the soul” (“Isaac, the son of Abraham”) in the world to come, if “the soul begets pleasures (“Abraham begat Isaac”) by its service in this world.

2. The Inner Unity

There is a general principle that when different interpretations are given to one and the same verse in the Torah, they are connected, even though superficially they seem to bear no relation to each other.

A proof of this is that the Rabbis13 explain that the word “shaatnez” (the forbidden mixture of wool and linen) is a fusion of three words: “shuah” (combed), “tavui” (spun), and “nuz” (woven); and argue14 that since the Torah combines these into one word it intends that a cloth must have all three properties before the Torah declares it shaatnez (i.e., that the wool and linen must be combed, spun and woven together). If we learn from the fusion of separate letters into one word that all three terms are connected, a fortiori must different explanations be connected if they are attached to the selfsame letters in Torah.

What is the relation between our four explanations?

All the stories of Torah have moral implication directly relevant to the life of each Jew.15 And we can readily understand the moral of the Chassidic explanation above. It is that a Jew must serve G-d with both poles of his emotional responses: Love and fear. The implication of the Zohar’s interpretation is that by the this-worldly service of the Jew’s embodied soul he creates spiritual pleasures which will be revealed to him in the world to come, and by recognizing this, his whole manner of service takes on a new life.

But what of the interpretations of the Talmud and the Midrash—which on the face of it have no immediate relevance to us?

The connection between these two is that both relate events which were out of the ordinary course of nature.

If nature had obeyed its physical laws, Abraham could not have had a child: He and his wife were old and barren. This is why when G-d told him he would bear a son, the Torah says: “He brought him outside,”16 which the Rabbis17 translate: “Break away from your astrological speculations,” in which Abraham had foreseen that he would be childless.

And if the evolution of the spirit had taken its ordinary course (whereby succeeding generations diminish in spiritual stature; as the Rabbis18 say, “If the earlier Jews were sons of angels, then we are sons of men, etc.”) then Abraham would not have been “crowned” in Isaac. For this implied that Isaac completed and complemented his father’s service, and supplied an element which Abraham himself lacked.

So both these explanations convey to us the profound fact that a Jew may transcend the constraints of natural law, not only in spiritual matters, but in material matters as well.

Abraham had, as it were, spiritual offspring before Isaac, for “the offspring of the righteous are their good works.”19 But the birth of Isaac proved that even in the physical domain miraculous events attended him.

And this is the real refutation of the “cynics of the generation.” For their claim was (in depth) that though they conceded that a Jew might transcend limitations in the spiritual realms, to produce an effect in the physical world required the temporal power of the secular rulers (the claim that Abimelech was the father of Isaac); i.e., in material affairs he is subject to natural law.

In making Isaac facially resemble Abraham, G-d made his true parentage apparent to all, showing that the channel of physical power was Abraham (the soul, to follow the Zohar’s reading) not Abimelech (the worldly ruler). The soul has no hindrances, either in itself or when it seeks to translate the devotion into action.

3. The Soul’s Freedom

This leads us to an understanding of the words of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak (sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe):20

“All the people on the face of the earth must know this: That only our bodies have been sent into exile and the servitude of (foreign) rulers. But our souls have not been exiled or enslaved.

“We must say openly before all, that in all matters relating to our religion, the Torah, the commandments and the customs of Israel, we Jews have no-one who can dictate to us, nor may any pressure be brought to bear against us.”

This is, on the face of it, paradoxical, for what advantage is it if the soul is free so long as the body is in exile, and the soul must fulfill G-d’s will through the body in the physical world?

But in fact, such is the strength of the soul’s arousal that it can remove the body from its servitude to physical constraints. And this must be done openly so that “all the people on the face of the earth” (including the “cynics of the generation”) should see that Abimelech (worldly power) has no domain over the Jew either in body or in soul.

4. Service and Reward

The connection between the four interpretations is now clear.

The Talmud belongs to the “revealed” part of Torah, so it addresses itself to the skepticism which can arise here in this “revealed” physical world, answering the challenge of the “cynics” by showing that even at a material level a Jew is not subject to the constraints of nature.

The Midrash is an intermediate link between Torah’s “revealed” and “inward” aspects,21 so it treats the subject in the same way as the Talmud, and also gives a deeper explanation, showing that a Jew transcends nature, also the normal (“natural”) spiritual order. He stands aside from the progressive decline of the human spirit, so that “the crown of the old is their grandchildren”22—the later generations perfect the service of the earlier. (And since the Midrash, in this, its second comment, speaks from a level in which cynicism has no place, it has no cause to answer it in the way that the Talmud does.)

Chassidut—which explains the path of service of G-d—also takes us into the realm of “higher than nature.” Its moral was that each Jew must serve G-d with love and fear together. Now, normally these are incompatible emotions—love means drawing near; fear is the consciousness of a distance separating. But in worship of G-d the Jew transcends the natural movement of his feelings and can fuse these two opposite responses23 in a unique involvement of his whole being. When he does this, he is set apart by Heaven from the course of nature, both physically (as in the Talmud’s interpretation) and spiritually (as in the Midrash).

The Zohar, which expresses the esoteric aspect of Torah, speaks of the world to come, and explains that by a Jew’s efforts in this world to let his soul break through the bounds of embodied existence, he is rewarded by the spiritual delights of the future life.

5. The Reward is the Act

To take this further, it is said24 that “the reward of a Mitzvah (commandment) is a Mitzvah”; that is, the reward lies in the act itself, and not in the later and additional pleasure. For, in the world to come, what is granted to the Jew is not an incidental consequence of his good works, but is the good works themselves, revealed in their true character. For now, possessed of a body, he does not perceive the inner spiritual reality of an act of doing G-d’s will. In the afterlife he does, and this is his reward.

The first three explanations speak about the act of performing a Mitzvah, while the Zohar directs itself to the reward. But since the reward is the act, we can see a closer unity between all four.

6.The Service of the Body,
The Reward of the Soul

Isaac was so called because the name means “rejoice,” and Sarah said, when he was born to her in her old age, “G-d had made rejoicing for me.”25 Now the name of G-d used in this verse is Elokim, which is usually taken to refer to G-d’s imminence in nature (“Elokim” is, in fact, numerically equivalent to the Hebrew word for nature), which serves to conceal the four-lettered name which stands for G-d’s transcendence. And there is a Chassidic explanation that the verse means “rejoicing has come from my service of sanctifying nature.” That is, that in the physical world is hidden the imminent presence of G-d. And by dedicating one’s acts in holiness, one draws out this presence into openness and revelation, which is the Divine purpose in creation, causing G-d Himself to rejoice.

Man, who was created in the image of G-d, also has, as it were, both imminent and transcendent aspects26—the body and the soul respectively. And as G-d rejoices through our sanctification of the world, so He rejoices in our sanctification of the body, for this is the fulfillment of the Divine purpose.

And while now it is the soul which gives life to the body, in the world to come it will be the body which will be the giver of life to the soul. For the purpose of creation is realized by refinement of the body, and since the soul is the force which refines the body, it will therefore share in the pleasure created through its effect on the body.

This, then, is the ultimate connection between the four interpretations. The first three speak of man’s service, of how the soul lifts the body out of its natural constraints, and by transforming nature into manifest holiness brings pleasure to G-d (“Abraham begat Isaac,” or “the soul creates pleasures”). As a result, the soul is rewarded by these very pleasures in the world to come—the concern of the Zohar—when “Isaac is the son of Abraham,” or, “the soul receives its pleasures” in return.

(Source: Likkutei Sichot, Vol. III pp. 780-7)

ESSAY: Rivers of the Soul

Rivers of the Soul
Cheshvan 25, 5775 · November 18, 2014

 

Rivers of Eden by Yoram Raanan.

“And a river flowed forth from Eden to water the garden, and it divided into four streams…and the name of the fourth is Pras.” (Genesis 2:10)

The Talmud identifies this fourth river as the original flow of water which came forth from Eden, and gave birth to the other three streams. Ultimately, it is said to be the source of all the world’s rivers, as well as the underground water table which is tapped into and revealed whenever a well is dug.

Jews are well-diggers. It’s an occupation we inherited from our forefathers. Long before Columbia and Harvard, even before Cordoba and Pumbaditha, we knew how to tap the earth for living, and life-giving, waters.

All Jews are well diggers

It’s not actually as easy as it sounds. To dig a well you must first have faith that there’s water to be found. Then you have to invest yourself in the arduous task of removing layers of stone and earth to reveal the potential trapped within.And if you want your wells to have a chance at benefiting the world – you have to know how to make them last.

Abraham dug wells, but they didn’t last. The Philistines stopped them up, covered over the gushing waters with dirt, until Isaac matured and was able to re-open his father’s wells. He even dug three of his own, and this time the wells lasted.

So, too, did the lesson they convey – a lesson in how to tap into our own hidden potential. All Jews are well-diggers, even today. Whatever you do for your physical livelihood and your spiritual livelihood, all depends on digging lasting wells.

The spiritual livelihood of Abraham was in publicizing the knowledge of G-d. His life revolved around having guests – feeding them, sheltering them, and telling them that all gratitude should go not to him, their host, but to the One who created everything. Abraham’s life and words were a source of direct light beaming down into a world of darkness and illuminating it. As long as he was physically here in this world, all of physical creation responded to that light. But when he passed away, his students no longer followed his teachings precisely. And so, the Philistines were able to stop up his wells.

But Abraham was blessed with a son who would continue and build upon his work. This son had a different, but complementary, Divine service. While Abraham, too, dug wells, it wasn’t his primary task. For Isaac, well-digging was his primary physical and spiritual livelihood. His task was not to shine a lot from above to below as was his father’s, but rather to remove all barriers and reveal vitality and light that would flow from below to above.

It isn’t something that happens overnight – rather, it’s a process that goes through gradual stages of maturity and depth. These are alluded to in the names given to Isaac’s three wells – Eisek, Sitna, and Rechovot.

The name of the first well, Eisek, derives from a root meaning “physical strife.” Isaac named this well Eisek because there his servants argued with the Philistines over ownership of the well. The name of the second well, Sitna, comes from a root meaning “hatred,” because there they also quarreled. The third well, however, he named Rechovot, saying, “Now G-d has made for us wide spaces, and we will be fruitful in the Land.”

Only when you engage your intellectual faculties can you reach your deepest spiritual potentials

The first two wells are allusions to engaging in life from our lower soul levels only. The first well, Eisek, alludes to one who has activated only his lowest level – the level of action. The second well alludes to one who has also engaged his emotions and psyche. Hence the names of the first two wells refer to physical strife and emotional strife.When we seek to make a significant change in our lives, or to improve our relationships with others, or with G-d, and we are doing so only on the level of behavior, then we are acting on the level of action. We’re stuck at the first well – a place of open conflict. When we also engage our emotions, we’re one step closer to real change, but still vulnerable to opposition and negative emotions – from within and without.

So how do we get to a place of wide spaces, of real progress?

To reach the third level requires using the intellect. Only when you engage your faculties of wisdom, knowledge, and understanding can you reach your deepest spiritual potentials, revealing a lasting flow of vitality and Divine light symbolized by a well that was permanent and undisputed.

That’s the secret of well-digging bequeathed to us by Isaac. It’s a secret that was well-understood by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the founder of Chabad Chassidut, when he formulated a path in Divine service based on the intellectual understanding of G-d. To make real changes in your way of living requires changing your way of being, and to do that you need to fill, and fulfill, your intellect through constant learning and contemplation.

And as your intellect changes, you can dig deeper into your heart and make real changes in your emotions and thus actions, making your own life into a source of illumination that transforms the world from within.

That’s the well which is called Rechovot – a place of ever-expanding space where our world and our lives are never constricted because we can sense the Infinite hidden within. And that’s the point at which you can tap into the fourth river, a source of life-giving water that flows from the primordial Garden of Eden straight into your own soul.

All of which is meant to lead to “we will be fruitful in the Land.”

Each one of us has the power, and thus the obligation, to make our own unique imprint on this world, for though the commandment to be fruitful refers to having physical children, it also refers to the creative and intellectual impact that Jews have always had on the world. When it comes from the deepest point within, it’s not only how we express ourselves – it’s part of serving G-d.

חסר לכם משהו? אולי ה’ מחכה לכם…

המגזין השבועי של אתר בית חב”ד

כמה מילים…

קוראים יקרים,אין מילים. תמונות מחרידות שמזכירות לנו עבר אפל. מראות של יהודים עטופים בטלית ובתפילין שוכבים על הארץ. סידורים מוכתמים בדם יהודי…

לאחינו ואחיותינו ממשפחות גולדברג, טברסקי, לוין וקופינסקי: לב כל עם ישראל בוכה יחד איתכם. המחבלים הארורים לא פגעו באנשים היקרים לכם כל-כך בגלל שהם הכירו אותם. הם עשו זאת כי הם רצו להרוג יהודים, וכשהם פגעו ביקיריכם הם פגעו בכל אחד ואחת מאיתנו. הגרזן שלהם לא כוון רק אל ארבעה מתפללים בבית כנסת בשכונת הר-נוף בירושלים. הוא הונף מול עם ישראל, בשנאה צרופה וברוע בלתי נתפס. תהא נשמתם צרורה בצרור החיים. הלוואי שהם יהיו מליצי טוב לפני בורא העולם עבורכם ועבור עם ישראל כולו.

הבה נישא תפילה עבור אלו שנפצעו בפיגוע שבורא העולם ישלח להם מהרה רפואה שלימה מן השמיים בקרוב.

ואת מקבלי ההחלטות נשאל את השאלה של כולנו: עד מתי זה יימשך? האם לא הגיע הזמן לעשות שימוש בכל הכלים שברשותנו כדי להביא ביטחון ושקט אמיתי לאזרחי ישראל?

שיהיו לנו מעתה ואילך רק בשורות טובות!

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רבקי קמינקר
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פרופסור אהרן צ’חנובר, חתן פרס נובל, מספר על מפגש מרתק שלו עם הרבי.

הרבי מליובאוויטש זי”ע
מה קורה בפרשת השבוע
הראשון, אדום ושעיר, מקבל את השם עשו; אחיו יצא כשהוא אוחז בעקב הראשון, ולפיכך קיבל את השם יעקב. כשגדלו, עשו הפך להיות צייד ויעקב בילה את ימיו בלימוד תורה

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מי הם שלוחי חב”ד? כיצד הכול התחיל? ומה מניע אותם? כאן תמצאו את התשובות לשאלותיכם

מערכת האתר
נקודה למחשבה
כשאנחנו רוצים משהו שחסר לנו אנו מתפללים לבורא העולם. אבל אחד הרעיונות היותר מפתיעים הוא שלפעמים בורא העולם יצר את החוסר הזה כדי שנתפלל אליו, כי הוא פשוט רוצה את התפילות שלנו

מנדי קמינקר
רעיון לפרשת השבוע
עשיו רוצה את העדשים. יעקב מציע לתת לו את הנזיד בתמורה לזכות הבכורה של עשיו. כתאום הבכור, עשיו היה אמור להיבחר לשרת בבית המקדש. עשיו מקבל את ההצעה והעסקה נחתמת

יוסי גולדמן
השאלות שלכם
יש לנו ידידים טובים שגם הם לא דתיים. נולדו להם חמישה ילדים, ובדיוק כפי שאת מתארת לעצמך הם היו מאוד חריגים בשכונה

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Exclusivité: Le nouveau Spot sur Israël diffusé au cinéma ,,  Yitzchak & Rivka Married in Munkatch Cheder, Chassidim Go to Hollywood,  Dancing Rabbis Hanukkah Rockets Game 2012 , Famous Jews who changed their names,   The Yeshiva Boys Choir – “Adir”,, Rabbi Haim Louk & Tom Cohen – Tzur Shehechyani,The 4 Tenors/Cantors: Fried, Helfgot, Dudu & Ohad – Sheyiboneh, Sondheim! The Birthday Concert 2010,Dr. Ruth and Sigmund Freud,The Vision of Chaim Weizmann<>   Parody on Israeli new immigrants,The Mediterrnean Andalusian Orchestra Ashkelon , Brenda Glick, Mother of Yehuda Glick, What’s the meaning of life?, Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall in Israel, Jewish dance, Temani, jacques BENSOUSSAN, Chasidim dancing,David Oistrakh , A Rosh Hashanah Message, Aish Video,Alger : Les années 1960 – 197  0, Arutz Sheva TV,Avraham Fried, Bashana Haba’a, BENI Elbaz,Benjamin Netanyahu,Beracha Haddad, Bottle Dancers, Breslev, Cantor Ushi Blumenberg,Cantor Yudi Cohen,Cantorial, CANTORS,Carlebach, chabad,Chabad of Newton,Chabad’s Mitzvah Tanks,Chanteurs juifs algeriens, Chatan prays under the chuppah,Chazanut, Chicken Stir-Fry, Children from Gaza,Christians convert to Judaism, Chuppah,Colonel Richard Kemp,Completely Unbiased News, Concert Mordechai Ben David – Maaminim, DAJUS, David Oistrakh, Don’t Let Go,Dub-Step Violin Dance,Enrico Macias, Erwin Schulhoff, FARAN ENSEMBLE,Fountainheads Rosh Hashanah, G-d’s beautiful world, Gad Elbaz, Gad Elbaz – Mi sheberah, Get Clarity,Greek Music, Greek songs, HALEVAI, HAPPY Efrat, HASC, HaTaverna,Hebrew Israeli, Hop Israeli Childhood, Hope kindergarten, I Love Israel, IDF, IDF Misheberach Zahal-Prayer, IDF- Born To Be Wild, InvitationToPiyut,Isaac Bitton, israel, Israel été 2014, israel for ever,Israel Tourism, Israel Trip, ISRAEL21cdotcom,israeli song, Jewish Classical Music, Jewish Comedy, Jewish Community New York,Jewish dancers New York City, Jewish Gypsy Melodies, jewish music,JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL,Jewish Prayer Songs,Jewish rock, Jewish Rock Metal, Jewish Sefardi lullaby, Jewish Wedding,Jewlarious, Jews On Television, Joy of Aliyah,Joy of Kosher, Keil Malei Rachamim, kids, Kippur for Kids, Kiruv Media, Kol Nidre, Kol Nidrei, Kosher Chicken Recipe, Kosher food videos, Kosher Kingdom, Kupat Ha’ir,Lazer Lloyd, le tube de l’ete, Les Variations – Superman Superman – 1975, Levi Robin, Louis de Funès, Make Space,Maor Daniel, Mark Eliyahu Andalusian,Mendy Pellin, Miracles – Song for RCCS, Mitzvah Chabad videos, Moishe Oysher The Barry Sisters, Mordechai Ben David, Mosab Hassan Yousef, Moshe Rafael Seror, music judéo-andalouse, Nachamu Nachamu Ami, Nefesh B’Nefesh, Neshama Carlebach, Night Ark in Jerusalem, Nostalgia of the Day, OFRA HAZA, old jews telling jokes”,Operation Protective Edge, Our Father Lives / Od Avinu Chai by,Pamela Geller, Pharrell Williams – Happy Tel Aviv-Yafo, Proud Sephardic, Pyoutim,Pyutim, Rabbi Jacob,Rabbi Loubavitch, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov,Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, Rally,Rambam Health Retreat,Rav Shlomo Carlebach,Rika Zarai, Robin Williams, Ron Elran,Rosh Hashanah Message, Royal Black African, Royal Black African Convert, Royal Black African Orthodox Rabbi, Schoolchildren,Shalom Aleichem, Shana Tova, Shlomi Nissan,Shmueli Ungar, Shye Ben Tzur, Srugim, Sruli Twerski .Our Soldiers,Stuffed Salmon A La Sea-Breeze, Sukkot, Talya G. A Solan, Technion,Terror in school, The festival of Klezmer, the Israel Defense Forces,The KlezmerTube, The Shabbat Table, The Shabbos Project,TheJewishSongs, Torah Live, Travel to Uman, Un clip du Hamas, unity concert, Unity rally with Israel, Uzi Hitman, V I D E O C L I P O F T H E D A Y, video clip of the day,Waiting for Godot,Washington Jewish Week, We Stand With Israel, Yair Dalal, Yedid Nefesh, Yedidim Choir,Yehudah and Shomron,Yeshiva Darchei Torah Choir, Yeshiva University, Yiddish Book Center, Yisroel Juskowitz,YKIGdreams, Yoeli Klein,Zaidy by Moshe Yess and more…

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 KOSHERFEST, Kosherfest 2014 – Jewish Humor Central Exclusive Report , Kosher Wines ,Israel vs Bosnia & Herzegovina (3-0) Full Highlights 16/11/2014 ~ Euro 2016 Qualification,,,

KOSHERFEST, Kosherfest 2014 – Jewish Humor Central Exclusive Report , Kosher Wines ,Israel vs Bosnia & Herzegovina (3-0) Full Highlights 16/11/2014 ~ Euro 2016 Qualification,,,צחוק מעבודה – פרק 14 המלא :: חגיגת חנוכה מטורפת!,, Trumpeldor Cemetery in Tel Aviv, Israel – Jewish gravestones – an obelisk and a har,Jewish Life in Munkatch – March 1933 – complete version, Jewish Life in İstanbul – 1984 to 89 – Photographs by Laurence Salzmann , Uri Biton & Avi Perets an Aaron Teitelbaum Production , Amit Peled in live performance of Prayer (from Jewish Life) by Ernest Bloch,Viaje a Israel 2010, Tarbut Sefarad ,Holocaust Survivor Zofia Landau Testimony (Espanol), USC Shoah Foundation ,Strictly Kosher 1,2,3 , Chabad Rocks<> Olivia Wise – Roar<>   LivWise Foundation Liv, Love & Lyrics<>  Chabad Home for Orphan Boys<>   Jewish orphan finds new life with Indian savior<>   OneFamily, My Soul Longs For You ,A Clash of Civilizations, Schonert playes The Jewish music and Gershwin, Cantor Vadim Tunitsky in concert, Cantor Mikhail Manevich,רושלים: מאות השתתפו בהכנסת ס”ת לע”נ בנות משפחת גרוס ,  The Shabbat Project Hafrashat Chala in Beit Shemesh, Shabbat Project 2014, Great Big Jerusalem Challah Bake, Nicholas Winton , poland,Jewish museum opening,  Chanukah Concert Rostov,12Tribe Films, Being a Man, Breslev, Breslov Supports Israeli Soldiers,Chabad House Bowery,Heroes: Songs, Israeli Military Women, JCC Association, Jewish Community Center,Jewish Events, Jewish Life, like a brother, Max Steinberg, Mitzvah Chabad videos, Popular Farbrengen & Chabad videos, reshet tv,reshettv, Simchat Torah,Tefillin – Spiritual Protection, The Colors of Hebron, The festival of Klezmer, The Jewish World: Finland, The Land of Promise, The Voice,When the Rebbe said Thank You, Where is Moshiach?, WorldJewish Congress, yad vashem and more

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 FRANCE 24,,Le 1er jihadiste français condamné à 7 ans de prison pour avoir combattu en Syrie – JIHAD ,”Touche pas à ma France” d’Ivan Rioufol,,,

FRANCE 24,,Le 1er jihadiste français condamné à 7 ans de prison pour avoir combattu en Syrie – JIHAD ,”Touche pas à ma France” d’Ivan Rioufol,,,Mémorial98 – Commémoration de la Nuit de Cristal. 9/11/14,  Juif et histoire: Les miracles des guerres d’Israel 1948,Une vie après la mort? , CHARLOTTE SALOMON (1917-1943)-ARTISTE PEINTRE-PAINTER-PINTORE-PART,JUIF? Selon Lily Brett ,LES DERNIERS JUDEO-BERBERES DE L’ATLAS SUD-MAROCAIN(FILM DE K.HACHKAR) ,CHANTS ANDALOU JUDEO MAROCAINS ,SEPHARDI JEWS, JUIFS SEPHARADES,SEFARADES OF MOROCCO,Aux sources de la tradition judéo-andalouse, Nicole Bourbaki,Un feu d’artifice grandiose pour les 25 ans de la chute du Mur de Berlin,
Centre commémoratif de l’Holocauste à Montréal,Des survivants montréalais de l’Holocauste se souviennent des pogroms de novembre appelé Kristallnacht ,
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Select Section Events, Jewish Life language german : Jüdische Nachrichten, Das Jüdische leben, Das Jüdische Museum 

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Vanessa Lapa,Nahost-Konflikt: Außenminister Steinmeier über die Sicherheit Israels am 15.07.2014,,,

Vanessa Lapa,Nahost-Konflikt: Außenminister Steinmeier über die Sicherheit Israels am 15.07.2014,,,”A Rebbe for the World” — Lecture by Joseph Telushkin , Argentina’s German-Jewish Cultural Heritage | Arts.21,Rabbiner Walter Jacob: Der moderne Rabbiner im Dialog,Jahrestag der Pogrome: Europas Rabbiner treffen sich in Berlin,     Mesusa. מזוזה 1 ,  R. Osher Baddiel, London: “Was machen wir hier? Das Verständnis des Exils.” , Kurzinterview mit Rolf Abrahamsohn am 30. Juli 2014 im Jüdischen Museum Westfalen,R’ Baruch Chait & Acheinu: Min Hameitzar [Eng Subs + Deutsche Untertitel] מן המצר , Dr. Christoph Kreutzmüller: Von Pogrom zu Pogrom. Berlin 1938, Kristallnacht 75th Anniversary: Merkel warns of anti-Semitism as Nazi pogrom anniversary approaches, Gedenkveranstaltung in Erinnerung der antijüdischen Pogrome vom 9. November 1938, Im Gedenken an die Opfer des Novemberpogrom 1938 – Das kurze Leben des Jakob Deutsch ,Dreidel spielen und “Chanukka Gelt”- Chanukka Bräuche,  Hamburg 2011 Chanukka in Jüdische Gemeinde,  Die Jüdische Gemeinde in Konstanz,    Hannukah Kerzen – Rabbiner Ehrenberg,       Besuch der Synagoge Osnabrück,    Wachsender Antisemitismus beunruhigt Ungarns Juden ,     Das Gesetz – wie Burcharen oder Aschkenasen???- Rav Albert Shamonov,       Bet Israel Synagoge Chabad Jüdisches Bildungszentrum,  Bayern isst bunt – Gut Shabbes!,   Felix – eine jüdische Odyssee,       Kristallnacht Video Project ,100 Jahre Tel Aviv, Jewish Revue-Theatre in pre-war Warsaw ,Jewish Berlin Cabaret ,Orthodoxe Rabbiner ordiniert – Erste Weihe in Würzburg seit dem Holocaust,Würzburg Präsident des Zentralrates der Juden, Berliner Juden erzählen jüdische Witze,Junge Israelis in Berlin,Jiddisch Deutsch vergleich,Shraga Elam,Chassidisches Judentum, Israel Gespräch mit Moshe Kuz,R. Jaron Engelmayer,Rav Dani Fabian,R. Marcel Bordon,R.Yitchak Ziskind,R. Yechiel Brukner, und mehr.,Jüdisches Museum Berlin ,Dieter Graumann will nicht mehr Vorsitzender des Zentralrats der Juden sein, Nicholas Winton – Ein wahrer Held,
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ICON-JRECIPES24JEWISH Alerts Section jewish Recipes Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

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Печем лепешки дома. Видео рецепт. Нони тоҷикӣ  לחם בוכרי בב

Печем лепешки дома. Видео рецепт. Нони тоҷикӣ نان تاجیکی לחם בוכרי בב ,,,Hanukkah Day 2 – Sufganiyot (How to make Hanukkah Donuts),  The Perfect Latkes Recipe לטקס – לביבות תפוחי אדמה – המתכון הכי פשוט והטעים שיש. עם מקס מלכיאל ,      Fabulous Flavors of Chanukah Cooking Demo with Adeena Sussman at Zabar’s , Vegan Potato Latkes Recipe – Vegan Hanukkah Jewish Holiday – לביבות תפוחי אדמה ,   JewishByte Chanukah video of The Making of Sufganiot @ Parisers Bakery in Baltimore Happy Chanukah! .,Samosa Latkes Recipe – Quick & Kosher with Jamie Geller,Jewish Mother’s Guide to Making Chicken Soup,Joan Nathan’s Chosen Food: Salyanka–Georgian Beef Stew <> Jewish Cuisine 1/3 <>    Jewish Cuisine 2/3 <>  Jewish Cuisine 3/3 <>  Our Jewish Grandma’s Recipe for Shabbat , Kosher Recipes- Whats for dinner – Kosher Cooking , Potato Salad Recipes : Kosher Potato Salad,Tori Avey shares Hanukkah recipes, Spinach and Feta Fish Bites,  Roll Stuffed Cabbage. cookkosher’s channel, Israeli Cuisine – Mufleta, Sharon-Fruit Latkes, How To Create a Dessert Table For Hanukkah, Chanukah Donuts at Weiss Kosher Bakery, Ashira Ungar, Avi Glatt,Avi’s Kosher Kitchen,Avocado Sandwich,Brisket, casher chinois surprenant, Challah Bread, Chanukah, Chef Levana Kirschenbaum,Chicken Stir-Fry,Couscous, Eat In Good Health, Elul, Falafel, Faux Filet Mignon Kosher,Fried Chicken,Gazpacho, How2Kosher,India’s Jewish Food,Israeli cuisine, Jewish Cuisine, Jewish Recipes,Joy of Kosher, Kasha Varnishkes, Kosher Chicken Recipe, Kosher Cooking, Kosher Enchilada, Kosher food videos, Kosher Kingdom,Kosher Recipe, Kosher Scoop Video,Mediterranean Lamb Koftas, Popular Jewish cuisine, Potato Kugel Recipe, Poulet au miel,RED BORSCHT, roast chicken, Roasted Chicken, Roasted Potatoes, Rosh Hashanah Recipes,Sarina Roffe, Stuffed Salmon A La Sea-Breeze,The Shabbat Table,Tilapia Fillets with Ginger, Traditional Jewish Recipes, Tropical Fruit Soup and more….

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KaykovTV , Moshe Normatov,,

KaykovTV , Moshe Normatov,, The American Jewish Community and the Future of Israel – Peter Beinar , Israel – The True Jewish Dream,    The Ultra Orthodox vs. The IDF: Israel’s Other Religious War, Jewish Community Watch , The Jewish Community of Passaic, New Jersey ,  Jewish Communities in Both German States, From WWII to Unification,Popular Hebrew school & Chabad videos,Michoel Streicher Live, Mayors Of Bnei Brak & Lakewood Take Helicopter Tour Of Lakewood,Stuff Chabad Rabbis Say ,Havdalah Event at Caulfield Park +++ The SHTICK,  dance kavkaz   ,,  The Mountain Jews,       Michael Elkabetz תזמורת המגרב פסטיבל קרקוב 2012 ,The Fall of The Russian-Jewish Oligarchs ,Cape Town: A Jewish Journey to South Africa,Viva Jewish Buenos Aires! ,The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation,Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ,ewish Federation of Greater Des Moines Celebrates 100 years,Response to Dr Sahin, by Rabbi Dr Norman Solomon, Oxford,Jewish Life In Detroit, Two aspects of Jewish life in Krakow,Adath Israel: A Community Shul, A Song For Israel, A Song for the State of Israel,Agudath Israel of America, Anne Dorte Riggelsen, Boulder Jewish News, BROOKLYN STAND UP, Camp Kimama Israel, chabad,Chabad on Campus,Changing Jewish Communities, Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein,CJ Kramer, Community Lecture Series, Erev Rosh Hashanah in Uman, France: Palestine,Funeral, Governor Palin,Hope kindergarten,Hungarian Jewish Folk Music, Israel – Kibbutz,ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY,Israel Tourism, Israeli humor, Israeli Jews,Jerusalem, Jerusalem’s Tower of David Museum, Jewish Agency for Israel, jewish Communities, Jewish Community Berlin,Jewish Culture Festival,Jewish Daily News,Jewish reporter in Miami Florida, Jewish Wedding,Jews and Lithuanians,Judea and Samaria, Leon Goldenberg, Marriage of Maral and Mahmoud,Moishe House,Munkatch Rebbe,Nachman of Breslov & Uman, North African Jewish music, Pidyon Peter Chamor, pro israel, Pro-Israeli rally,Proud Jewish, Rabbi David Lau, Rally pro Israel, Rebbe Clips,Solidarity Rally, story of Jewish Baghdad, The British Chief Rabbinate,The Jewish View, The Shabbos Project, The Ultra orthodox society in Israel, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute,TheJerusalemCenter,WorldJewish Congress,yemenites jews and more….

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ShekhterTekhter, yiddish,,

ShekhterTekhter, yiddish,,Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski Discusses the Work of Jill Nathanson Jewish singing in Assyrian, Aramaic Hebrew – נאַש דידאַן Hadassa Yeshurun, Culture Video Warsaw museum tells forgotten history of Poland’s Jews France, Holocaust Survivor Testimonies: Cultural Activity in the Warsaw Ghetto ,   Argentina’s German-Jewish Cultural Heritage | Arts.21       What To Expect At A Synagogue – InterfaithFamily.com , “Nous parlons Français, Mir redn Yidish”: Five Languages of Business in My Father’s Toronto Store ,  Zamora Sefardí Tarbut Sefarad,The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – All of Israel ,Conversations with History: Tom Segev,HEDY LAMARR,YID, Authentic orthodox Jewish Shabbat service (filmed before sundown), The Jewish Orthodox Community of New York ,NYC documentary photographer Federica Valabrega explores the world of ultra-Orthodox Jewish women,Rare glimpse inside world of Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox Jews ,Civic Action Conference Plenary, The Future of Judaism with Rabbi Jonathan Sacks,  Jewish Culture Movie for NU204,   Amazing differences between Christianity & Judaism!) Rabbi M. Skobac,   Short Introduction to Judaism! ,       Israeli Painter Artist Michael Khundiashvili Frank stella Jewish Jerusalem Captured on Canvas Mystic painter Yocef Benarroch Lisa Yuskavage on Vuillard  the jewish museum Zamfir: Paintings of Iosif Iser 1881-1958, Trailer – Body and Soul – The State of the Jewish Nation,Rabbi Manis Friedman- The Future of The Jews In The Next 200 Years, MK Naftali Bennett: “The Land of Israel belongs to the State of Israel because of Torah”,Mordechai Kraft (rabbi) : The Hebrew Letters of the Torah are the DNA of Creation,Healthy Soul, Healthy Body: Kosher Therapy ,Interviews with Yiddish-speaking Children,Yiddish Casablanca, Cagney Speaks Yiddish,Yiddish Comedian S. Dzigan,San Diego JCC,Rabbis Lerner and Fel interview Gloria Greenfield,Ulpan-Or: Learn Hebrew The Fun Way, the Boston Jewish Film Festival , the Jewish Museum Berlin,Czardas by Vittorio Monti with Mati Braun,Learn To Tell Your Story: Peter Guber, Mir zaynen do. Popular UK Jewish Film Festival Videos, The Jewish Americans, Israel dance, Temani, The best Jewish Wedding in Kiev, Learn Hebrew Phrases,Kurdish Chanukah,A Briv Fun Yisroel, A Yiddish Literacy Project,Afghan Jewish Cultures,Alfred Schnittke, Culture,David LIVIANU, Devin Naar, Do You Pass the Israel Test?, Etgar Keret,Ihr Fregt Mikh Vos Ikh Troier, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Israel and Jewish Culture, Israel in the Media, Israel TV,Israpundit, Jerusalem Media Workshop,Jerusalem On Line Broadcast, Jewish Culture, Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow,Jewish Culture in Warsaw, JEWISH WORLD,JewishOperaLives, Joan Rivers, Keshet Media Group, Kol Israel – Reshet Bet, Learn Hebrew, Lithuanian Jewish Culture, Michael Coren, Music In the Holocaust, OMA BELLA Trailer, On a Wing from the Holy Land, RABBI HAIM ASA, Rockland Jewish Community,Rozhinkes mit Mandlen,Salomon Rossi, Salomon Says, Samuel and Althea Stroum Lectures, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival,SFJewishFilmFestival,Talk Yiddish To Me, The Belzer Rebbe, The Dorel Livianu Music Museum,The Jewish Mobsters,The National Yiddish Book Center,TheOllendorffCenter,This Week in Jewish History, traditions, Viktor Ullmann, Why Don’t We Ask?, Yemanie Hebrews,Yemenite Jews, Yiddish,Yiddish and My Jewish Identity, Yiddish Book Center, Yiddish Cultural,Yiddish Language,Yiddish Theatre, Zaidy by Moshe Yess and more….
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New Jewish Cinema: Vanessa Lapa, director of The Decent One,Der Anständige (The Decent One) en DocumentaMadrid14,,Popular The Decent One Videos,David Amram: The First 80 Years

 

New Jewish Cinema: Vanessa Lapa, director of The Decent One,Der Anständige (The Decent One) en DocumentaMadrid14,,Popular The Decent One Videos,David Amram: The First 80 Years ,  Five Israeli students talk about their recent visit to South Africa, Mervyn Smith – President of the African Jewish Congress address ZJC reunion , “A Rebbe for the World” — Lecture by Joseph Telushkin, סלאת גוזף מרקש מרוקו – Synagogue Joseph Marrakech Maroc, Casablanca Beth El Synagogue, Greeks, Jews & Hanukkah – A Story That Still Needs To Be Told, Leon Wieseltierm,  Jewish History of the Maccabees,Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – Chanukah Greeks Vs Jews, “Gilligan’s Island” creator Sherwood Schwartz on casting the series – EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG ,  Abayudaya Jews ,        A tour of the main Belzer Synagogue in Jerusalem ,Popular Camille Pissarro Videos, ‫tikkun chatzot and learn Torah while Midnight in kollel chatzos ,  Abe Reles Midnight Rose’s,Honoring America’s Jewish military veterans at the Adas Israel Synagogue in Washington DC, Museum Planet – Jewish Ghetto & Cemetery – Venice, Italy , Bratislava Synagogue – Jewish Community Museum ,,
Full Recording – Israeli Declaration of Independence,SEPHARDI JEWS, JUIFS SEPHARADES,SEFARADES OF MOROCCO,Conversations with History – Avner Cohen, Herschel Jonathan Kirsch – The Short, Strange Life of Herschel Grynszpan , Grynszpan – Holocaust teen revenge assassination, Graves of Early Zionist Pioneers who Sacrificed their Lives for their People,Ancient Syrian synagogue destroyed:,Ancient Fez Synagogue restorded, We are from The Caucasus- The Mountain – Jews,Mountain Jews (Juhuro) History, Документальный фильм “Мы с Кавказа”,

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day !The Yeshiva Boys Choir – “Adir”, Part 2 Section on the right side,The Yeshiva Boys Choir, Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! The Chevra – “Chai” , Part 2 Section on the right side,Best Jewish Music – Contemporary, Cool, Kosher  Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – The Vision of Chaim Weizmann. Part 2 Section on the right side, Popular Chaim Weizmann Videos

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Mordechai Ben David & Yeedle – Simchat Beit HaShoeivah In Israel 2014, Part 2 Section on the right side:TheJewishSongs, hasidic,cantors and more… Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Shmueli Ungar & Yedidim Choir – Chazi (Chaim Yisrael) , Part 2 Section on the right side: Hasidic singers Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Rogers Park – Sukkah’s Falling , Part 2 Section on the right side: Shakin’ the Lulav (Sukkot song),and more… Great Videos Selection

 

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Jumpin’ Jerusalem! Yom Kippur Video for Kids, Part 2 Section on the right side:Israel 365, Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Get Clarity: Aish.com’s Rosh Hashanah Music Video, Part 2 Section on the right side: AishVideo Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! All About That Rosh-Hashanah (All About that Bass Parody – One Man Jewish Acapella), Part 2 Section on the right side: Bashana Haba’a Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Waiting for Godot, Part 2 Section on the right side: Yiddish Book Center, Beyond The Books: Interviews with Descendants of Yiddish Writers and Cultural Figures. Great Selection

 

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Rosh Hashanah Message from Torah Live, Part 2 Section on the right side: Torah Live. Great Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Yair Dalal and the Mediterranean Orchestra , Part 2 Section on the right side: Yair Dalal . Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! For Rosh Hashanah Dream it. Do it. Technion New Year Message from Israe , Part 2 Section on the right side:Technion. Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Yoeli Klein ” Veafilou Behastara” , Part 2 Section on the right side: Yoeli Klein and more… Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ! Shye Ben Tzur – the Rajasthan Gypsies, Part 2 Section on the right side: Shye Ben-Tzur in Concert. Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day ! “Balda Leaviv Haboche” , Part 2 Section on the right side: Mark Eliyahu Andalusian. Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day ! Israelis Talk About Chabad’s Mitzvah Tanks , Part 2 Section on the right side: Popular Mendy Pellin & Chabad videos. Great Videos Selection

 

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24Jewish Video Jewish Mitzvah of the Day ! Elul, Tzedakah, and Teshuvah,Kupat Hair The Tzedakah of the Gedolei Hador and Delegation Of Gedolei Hador Headed By Rav Elyashiv Zt”l Daven At The Kosel On Erev Rosh Hashanah, Part 2 Section on the right side: Kupat Hair. Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Mitzvah of the Day ! Maor Daniel , Part 2 Section on the right side: Ofer Levi and Maor Daniel and more… Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Nostalgia of the Day ! ,MY WAY COLLECTION, and My-Way (Hebrew Version), and My way Latin jazz Hebrew version Part 2 Section on the right side:Jewish Way of Life. Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,I Love Israel !, Prayer for Israel: If You’re Not the One, Part 2 Section on the right side:Yehudah and Shomron. Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,IDF- Born To Be Wild, Part 2 Section on the right side:the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Music-Simcha of the Day, The festival of Klezmer Jewish Music, Tzfat, 2014 – Agadeta, Part 2 Section on the right side: Jewish/Hassidic/Klezmer music Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Completely Unbiased News, Part 2 Section on the right side:Jewlarious Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Israel été 2014, Part 2 Section on the right side:Israel Tourism Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Israeli humor – Hope kindergarten, Part 2 Section on the right side: Hop Israeli Childhood channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Travel to Uman to Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Part 2 Section on the right side: Popular Uman & Nachman of Breslov Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Clip of the Day, “LaNetzah Ahi” (Forever, my brother), Part 2 Section on the right side:Popular Israel Songs and Music

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

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Yisroel Juskowitz. Nachamu Nachamu Ami , Part 2 Section on the right side: Popular Nachamu Ami & Neshama Carlebach videos

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Sruli Twerski – Our Soldiers – A Sruly Weinberger Production , Part 2 Section on the right side: Cantorial and more.. Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,le tube de l’ete en Israel, Part 2 Section on the right side: Nefesh B’Nefesh , Joy of Aliyah Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Robin Williams, Actor and Comedian, Dead at 63, Part 2 Section on the right side: Popular Jakob the Liar Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Our Father Lives / Od Avinu Chai by Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach,and Moving Cape Town Rally for Israel, Part 2 Section on the right side: Unity rally with Israel against Palestinian terror draws Great Videos Selection

Un clip du Hamas devient tube de l’été en Israël

A clip of Hamas becomes a summer hit in Israel (GOOGLE translation)

http://malaassot.over-blog.com/2014/08/un-clip-du-hamas-devient-tube-de-l-ete-en-israel.html
un clip du Hamas qui visait à terroriser l’Etat hébreu a été parodié à plusieurs reprises par les Israéliens, jusqu’à devenir un véritable tube de l’été
Ces Israéliens l’ont bien compris: l’humour est certainement l’arme la plus redoutable
contre la terreur. Un clip du Hamas devient tube de l’été en Israël
Au début de l’opération Bordure protectrice qui a débuté mi-juillet, la branche armée du
Hamas avait mis en ligne un clip illustrant des paroles explicites et chantées en hébreu.
Intitulée Nous allons faire trembler la sécurité d’Israël, la chanson visait à terroriser
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Avinu Avinu (Our Father)

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Cantor Yudi Cohen and the Sydenham-Highlands North Shul Choir sing Avinu Avinu (Our Father) at the Israel Solidarity Peace Rally. 3 August 2014. Johannesburg, South Africa. Over 12 500 people from across the spectrum attended the rally in support of the state of Israel. The rally was organised by the South African Zionist Federation (SAZF) in collaboration with its many partners.

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Uzi Hitman Noledet Leshalom, Part 2 Section on the right side:Uzi Hitman Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Nostalgia of the Day,Rika Zarai – hevenu shalom alechem (live in France, 1960), Part 2 Section on the right side:Rika Zarai Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe of the Day,Kosher Chicken Recipe with Apples and Fennel, Part 2 Section on the right side: joy of kosher channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Popular Louis de Funès & The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob videos, Part 2 Section on the right side :favourite “old jews telling jokes”, Jewlarious, Jewish Comedy Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,BBC: Former British Army Colonel Richard Kemp Discusses IDF Gaza Ops and more, Part 2 Section on the right side : Arutz Sheva TV, the Israel Defense Forces, Jews On Television Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Nostalgia of the Day, Les Variations – Superman Superman – 1975, Part 2 Section on the right side : Popular Isaac Bitton Videos,Jewish Rock & Metal , Jewish rock Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Yeshiva Darchei Torah Choir – Shalom Aleichem, Part 2 Section on the right side : TheJewishSongs, Chabad Media, Breslev Media Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Mosab Hassan Yousef (Son of Hamas Founder) tells the truth about Hamas., Part 2 Section on the right side : Arutz Sheva TV, the Israel Defense Forces, Jews On Television Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Gad Elbaz – Mi sheberah, Part 2 Gad Elbaz, Chazanut,Pyutim Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,What Israeli Schoolchildren Sing to Deal With Rockets, Part 2 Operation Protective Edge Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Bottle Dancers Jewish dancers New York City, Part 2 JEWISH MUSIC FESTIVAL Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Children from Gaza with heart disease treated in Israel, Part 2 Israel channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Melodie of the Day, HALEVAI – Moishe Oysher and The Barry Sisters, Part 2 The Barry Sisters- yiddish favorites Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, An Open Letter to Critics of Israel, Part 2 Aish Video channel Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Shabbat in Tel Aviv and Beit Tefilah Israeli – Kabbalat Shabbat at Tel Aviv Port, Part 2 The Birthright Israel Experience Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,visions of israel, Part 2 A selection of our beautiful aerial footage of Israel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe  of the Day, Roasted Chicken with Farfel, Mushroom and Cracker Stuffing, Part 2 Kosher Scoop Video Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day, In Memory; Listen Benjamin Netanyahu, Part 2 OFRA HAZA Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Recipes of the Day ,The Bubbe’s Gazpacho | Kosher Cooking, Part 2 Ashira Ungar channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Event of the Day , Thousands Rally In Times Square For Israel, Part 2 News Jewish Community New York channel Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Music of the Day , Classical music,Erwin Schulhoff : Piano concerto no. 1 op. 11, mvt.1 Michal Tal- Piano, Part 2 Erwin Schulhoff Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ,Terror in school, Part 2 The official YouTube channel of the IDF

24Jewish Video Jewish Music of the Day , Cantor Ushi Blumenberg Keil Malei Rachamim , Part 2 CANTORS channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish RECIPES of the Day , Kosher Kingdom: Cooking With The King – How to Make Chicken Stir-Fry , Part 2 Kosher Kingdom channel Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

24Jewish Video Jewish CLIP of the Day ,HAPPY Efrat + Pharrell Williams – Happy Tel Aviv-Yafo, Part 2 ISRAEL21cdotcom channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish CLIP of the Day ,Christians convert to Judaism, Part 2 Proud Sephardic channel Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Nostalgia of the Day , Alger : Les années 1960 – 1970 , Part 2 Mix Enrico Macias and Chanteurs juifs algeriens Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Mitzvah of the Day, Miracles – Song for RCCS, Part 2 Popular Mitzvah & Chabad videos Great Videos Selection

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

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, HaTaverna – Shlomi Nissan , Part 2 Greek Music,Greek songs Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Dub-Step Violin Dance at Jewish Orthodox Wedding in Jerusalem, Part 2 Jewish Prayer Songs Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Rav Shlomo Carlebach z.l. – 17th of Tammuz Love & Hate – Story Of The holy Tailor You Never Know,, Part 2 Popular Shlomo Carlebach Videos Great Videos Selection

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Bukharan Jews, also Bukharian Jews or Bukhari Jews, (Persian: یهودی بخاراییYahūde-ye Bukhārāī ; Russian: Бухарские евреиBukharskie evrei ; Hebrew: בוכריםBukharim ; Tajik and Bukhori Cyrillic: яҳудиёни бухороӣ[citation needed] Yahudiyoni bukhoroī(Bukharan Jews) or яҳудиёни Бухоро[citation needed] Yahudiyoni Bukhoro (Jews of Bukhara), Bukhori Hebrew Script: יהודיאני בוכאראי and יהודיאני בוכארי), also called the Binai Israel,[1] are Jews from Central Asia who historically spoke Bukhori, a dialect of the Tajik-Persian language. Their name comes from the former Central Asian Emirate of Bukhara, which once had a sizable Jewish community. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the great majority have emigrated to Israel or to the United States (especiallyForest Hills, New York), while others have emigrated to Europe or Australia.[2] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

According to some ancient texts, there were Israelites that began traveling to Central Asia to work as traders during the reign of King David of Jerusalem as far back as the 10th century B.C.E.[3] When Persian King Cyrus conquered Babylon, he encouraged the Jews he liberated to settle in his empire, which included areas of Central Asia. In the Middle Ages, the largest Jewish settlement in Central Asia was in the Emirate of Bukhara.  From Wikipedia,

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Mr. Lev Leviev’s speech at the Jewish Institute of Queens

Mr. Lev Leviev, President of the World Bukharian Jewish Congress, gave a speech at his school, the Gymnasia. Mr. Leviev’s visit took place just days before the school’s first senior class graduation ceremony. Most of the graduates arrived at the school as young children, and today they are going to Queens College, Long Island University, John Jay and other respected colleges.

The Jewish World: Uzbekistan

13.01.2014
The Jewish population of Uzbekistan, home to two distinct communities- the old Bukharan Jewish community and the European-in-origin Ashkenazi community- nearly tripled between 1926 and 1970, reaching almost 104,000 in 1970. In the course of the last two decades over ninety percent of Uzbekistan’s Jewish population left the country. “One might think that they are all gone and then they show up out of nowhere,” says Rimma Golovina of the Tashkent Jewish Community. “The Jewish World: Uzbekistan” is here.

Bukharan Jews

Lev Leviev

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לב לבייב.JPGLev Avnerovich Leviev (born July 30, 1956) is an Uzbek-born Israeli[3] businessman, philanthropist and investor, of Bukhari Jewishbackground. With a net worth of roughly $1.5 billion in March 2013,[2] he has been a major philanthropist for Hasidic Jewish causes in Eastern Europe and Israel.[4] Beginning in the 1990s, Leviev avoided being directly involved with the Yeltsin family, and nurtured ties with Vladimir Putin.[5][6] His diamond mining investments in Angola and his investments in Israeli settlements have been the target of protests.[7] A prominent member of the Bukhari Jewish community, he is president of the World Congress of Bukharian Jews.  From Wikipedia

Leviev was born in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR in 1956, and today lives in London and Israel. His parents, Avner and Chana Leviev, were prominent members of the Bukharian Jewish community, and Leviev is a practicing Orthodox Jew. He is a supporter of the ChabadHassidic movement although he is a Mizrahi Jew, brought up in the Sephardic liturgy. In 1971, when he was fifteen, his familyemigrated from Uzbekistan to Israel. Shortly afterwards, Leviev began to work as an apprentice in a diamond polishing plant, learning the 11 steps of the diamond cutting process. After serving in the Israel Defense Forces, he established his own diamond polishing plant.  From Wikipedia

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08.03.2014

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Bukharian Jewish Cemetery Chigotay in Tashkent, May 2012

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”Shalom Bait” Lecture by Rabbi Hillel Khaimov Part 2, March 2013

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Satmar Wedding In New York State Armory – Highlights שמחת החתונה – סאטמאר

29.10.2014
Highlights of the Satmar Wedding held on Sunday October 26 2014 in the Williamsburg Armory

The grandson of the Seagater Rav, Seagate NY, Rav Zalman Leib Meisels married the daughter of Rav Yaakov Ber Teitelbaum Sigheter Rav in Boro Park, Son of the Satmar Rebbe of Williamsburg Rabbi Zalman Leib (Yekusiel Yehuda) Teitelbaum
קליפ מרהיב ונדיר משמחת החתונה המלכותי של נכד כ”ק מרן אדמו”ר מסאטמאר שליט”א, בת בנו הגה”צ אבד”ק סיגוט שליט”א חתן כ”ק הגה”צ אבד”ק שאפראן שליט”א, עם החתן הרב יעקב שרגא בת הרה”ג רבי פנחס מרדכי מייזליש שליט”א דומ”ץ קהל יראים סיגעיט שליט”א בן כ”ק הגה”צ גאב”ד סיגעיט שליט”א, שנחגג במקהלות רבבות תלמידי וחסידי סאטמאר באולם הענקי ניו יארק סטעיט ארמארי, ביום א’ לך תשע”ה לפ”ק. ובכן צדיקים יראו וישמחו, וחסידים ברנה יגילו!

Pioutim : Rav Meir Attia chante des pioutim

Chalom Jerusalem. Le Rav Meir Attia chante des pioutim a l’inauguration d’un Sefer Torah a la Synagogue Emouna Chelema de Jerusalem le lundi 1er movembre 2010

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Yaakov Shwekey & Yehezkel Zion – – יעקב שוואקי & יחזקאל ציון דואט

10.11.2014

מפגש פסגה מוסיקלי בניו יורק בין הזמר יעקב שוואקי לחזן יחזקאל ציון .
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Carlebach Medley – Duddy Knopfler – Meshorerim Choir שירי שלמה קרליבך – דודי קנפלר ומקהלת משוררים

10.11.2014
Heartwarming live Kumzitz sung by Duddy Knopfler & the Meshorerim Choir in honor of r’ Shlomo Carlebach’s 20th yahrzeit.

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Satmar Sheva Brochos In Boro Park 5775-2014

03.11.2014

CHANTS JUDEO- MAROCAINS. JUDEO-MOROCCAN CHANTS.

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Piyutim of Moroccan Jews.

CHANTS ANDALOU JUDEO MAROCAINS

Mordechai Yitzhar wrote and composed a song dedicated to Yehuda Glick’s recovery.


שוב נעלה -הרב יהודה גליק

30.10.2014

ניגון ארבע בבות- מרדכי יצהר ולהקתו

Best Jewish Music – Contemporary, Cool, Kosher

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Sasov Rabbi Sukkah Ganei Tikva 13/10/14 סוכת האדמו”ר מסאסוב גני

13.10.2014
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מקהלת מלכות בביצוע מרהיב ״זכור שנים עשר שבטים״ Malchus Choir – Zechor|

PIYUT FESTIVAL 2013

22.07.2014
Jewish Music Of The World
Artistic director: Yair Harel
Forgotten Piyutim to songs of joy

Yumi Lowy “Music That Moves” An Aaron Teitelbaum Production יומי לואי

02.11.2014
Yumi Lowy Singing “Music That Moves” Conducted by Yisroel Lamm On Setember 14 2014, In Old Westbury Hebrew Cong, An Aaron Teitelbaum Production

Hazanouth Cantor Rav Yaacov Toledano

ואפילו בהסתרה – הלהיט הברסלבי כובש את העולם החרדי

20.08.2014
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” ואפילו בהסתרה” עמי כהן עם הזמר שלמה כהן צילום: אבי גייר!!!

02.09.2014
דער אייבישטער זאגט אינז קינדערלעך אנוכי הסתר פני ביום ההיא, אבער דרבי זאגט.

אפילו בהסתרה שבתוך ההסתרה בוודאי גם שם נמצא השם יתברך.

גם מאחורי הדברים הקשים העוברים עליך, אני עומד.

שלמה כהן עם תזמורתו של עמי כהן בביצועו מעניין ומרגש לשיר זה.

El Hanaar Hazeh by Shira Choir – אל הנער הזה מקהלת שירה

אֶל הַנַעַר הַזֶה הִתְפַּלָלְתִּי וַיִתֵּן הַשֵׁם לִי אֶת שְׁאֵלָתִי אֲשֶׁר שָׁאַלְתִּי מֵעִמוֹ. וְאֶמְשׁוֹךְ לְהִתְפַּלֵל לְעוֹלְמֵי עַד אֲנִי הַאִמַא אִתְּכֶם לְעוֹלְמֵי עַד. (שמואל א א׳ כ״ז)

For this boy I prayed! For you my dear son I prayed to Hashem, Hashem kindly fulfilled my wishes, You my beloved son will always remain in my prayers and I will always look after you,

Yaakov Petro Singing……..

Yaakov Petro Singing “Pia Pascha – Eishes Chayil” At His Own Wedding

17.10.2013
Yaakov Petro Singing “Pia Pascha – Eishes Chayil” At His Own Wedding, Music by Shloime Friedman Productions On March 4th 2013 in Lake Terrace – Lakewood NJ

Benny Friedman Live at Chabad Cape Town

13.10.2014
Live Concert at Chabad Centre Sea Point Cape Town 2014.
The Ruach, The Inspiration, The Dancing, The singing was amazing.

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Pyoutim + music judéo-andalouse

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

06.09.2014

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The 4 Tenors/Cantors: Fried, Helfgot, Dudu & Ohad – Sheyiboneh ארבעת הטנורים: שיבנה

HASC – A Time For Music XXI (21) recorded live on January 13, 2008 at Avery Fisher Hall in New York City features Jewish music greats such as Avraham Fried, Cantor Yitzchok Meir Helfgot, Ohad!, Dudu Fisher, Yeshiva Boys Choir, Shlomo Katz, Eitan Katz, The Shira Choir and more with music by the world renowned Neginah Orchestra conducted by Yisroel Lamm. Available on double CD and DVD, this unbelievable production will keep you enteratained for 2 full hours. Having received rave reviews, this production is a must-have for every Jewish music fan and is sure to be one of the most treasured additions to your CD or DVD collection.

Rabbi Baruch Chait – Sdei Chemed Kumzits 2014

04.09.2014
Rabbi Chait teaches Camp Sdei Chemed a new song he just composed and yet to be recorded professionally. Words are, v’sim chelkeinu imahem l’olam, v’lo nei’vosh ki b’cha ba’tach’nu. (Set our lot with the righteous forever, so that we may never be put to shame,
for we have put our trust in you G-d).

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

 

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Hanukkah Day 2 – Sufganiyot (How to make Hanukkah Donuts)

Our Hanukkah adventure continues! In part 2 of our host Chaim’s Hanukkah celebration, he travels to some Israeli bakeries to learn how to make Hanukkah donuts known as ‘sufgaiyot’.

The Perfect Latkes Recipe לטקס – לביבות תפוחי אדמה – המתכון הכי פשוט והטעים שיש. עם מקס מלכיאל

28.10.2014
המתכון הפשוט המלא והמפורט של לטקס דלי קלוריות וטעימים.

Best latkes recipe on the Internet. By Max Malkiel – Mollaqand

Fabulous Flavors of Chanukah Cooking Demo with Adeena Sussman at Zabar’s

Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

Vegan Potato Latkes Recipe – Vegan Hanukkah Jewish Holiday – לביבות תפוחי אדמה

JewishByte Chanukah video of The Making of Sufganiot @ Parisers Bakery in Baltimore Happy Chanukah!

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Samosa Latkes Recipe – Quick & Kosher with Jamie Geller

The Jewish Food Taste Test

Jewish Mother’s Guide to Making Chicken Soup, by Judy Slyper

A quick and easy visual recipe for the best chicken soup you will ever taste or smell! Brought to you by Judy Slyper, Jewish cook extraordinaire. Check out her “Dumb Blonde’s Guide to Cars” and “Mom Ironing” videos too!

Judy Slyper’s Chicken Soup ingredients:
Chicken on the bone, cut up
2 carrots (or more)
2 parsnips
2 celery (stalks and/or leaves)
1 onion
1 sweet potato (optional)
Dill
Parsley
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Salt
Pepper
Chicken soup consomme

Joan Nathan’s Chosen Food: Salyanka–Georgian Beef Stew

09.04.2014
Here’s a simply and delicious beef stew with peppers, a traditional Jewish Georgian recipe

Jewish Cuisine 1/3

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

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Kosher Recipes- Whats for dinner – Kosher Cooking

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Tori Avey shares Hanukkah recipes on NBC Today in LA

Cooking Traditional Kosher Dishes : Roll Stuffed Cabbage

Spinach and Feta Fish Bites – A Quick Kosher Recipe

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Israeli Cuisine – Mufleta

04.05.2010
Foods of Israel: Mufleta is a traditional Israeli bread (like a crepe) that is eaten on the traditional Israeli Jewish holiday of Passover which is part of Israeli Cuisine.

Happy Hanukkah – recipe for Sharon-Fruit Latkes

http://www.jerusalemonline.com presents: Israelicious – Israeli cooking show with Phillis Glazer. this is a great video recipe for Persimon Latkes, a special dish for Hanukkah

How To Create a Dessert Table For Hanukkah

Get tips and tricks creating your own dessert table for Hanukkah and anytime. Jamie Geller works with sweets stylists A La Mode and walks us through the secrets to a perfect dessert bar. Get more recipes and ideas at http://joyofkosher.com, visit Ala Mode – http://alamodeisrael.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/AlamodeIsrael

Chanukah Donuts at Weiss Kosher Bakery

02.12.2010

Pumpkin Challah with What Jew Wanna Eat

Make Your Own Lemon Lovers Hummus Recipe

NBC 6 in the Mix Segment in Florida

11.09.2014
Jamie Geller joins Roxy Vargas on 6 in the Mix with a how to make Individual Stuffed Apple Challah rolls for Rosh Hashanah. Get the full recipe here

Make a Kitchen Kosher – Rabbi Channen in Jerusalem

A Sukkah of Manhattan Kosher Restaurants Offering Shabbat Dinners & Jewish Holidays Meals

High Holiday Recipes

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Poulet au miel accompagné de riz aux épices

30.09.2014
Des morceaux de poulet marinés dans du miel et de la sauce soja et des oignons.
Du riz cuit avec de la cardamome, de la cannelle, des raisins secs et des oignons.

Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur

Sweet and Spicy Roast Chicken! Melissa Clark Recipes

20.09.2014

NBC 6 in the Mix Segment in Florida

11.09.2014
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Yom Kippur/5774/Aug/2014 | Jewish Days of Distinction

18.09.2014

Joy of Israel Episode 6 [1/2]- City of David with Israeli Master Chef Tom Franz

Joy of Israel Episode 6 [2/2]- City of David with Israeli Master Chef Tom Franz

Individual Honey Bowls

Rosh Hashanah: קרין גורן- מתכון לעוגת דבש במיקרו במיוחד לראש השנה

08.09.2014

NBC 6 in the Mix Segment in Florida

11.09.2014
Jamie Geller joins Roxy Vargas on 6 in the Mix with a how to make Individual Stuffed Apple Challah rolls for Rosh Hashanah. Get the full recipe here http://www.joyofkosher.com/recipes/in&#8230;

Rosh HaShana Foods | SEPHARDI style

Rosh Hashanah: 101

19.07.2010
Challah Connection gives an overview of the food traditions of Rosh Hashana.

How to Make Popular Rosh Hashanah Recipes

18.02.2011
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Restaurant casher chinois surprenant en Anvers

24.05.2013
Anvers possède l’une des plus grandes populations juives d’Europe, tant et si bien qu’elle est souvent désignée comme la Jérusalem du Nord. Il n’est donc pas surprenant de constater qu’Anvers dispose de restaurants casher. Mais il est surprenant d’y trouver un restaurant casher chinois

Eat In Good Health! – Kasha Varnishkes (100% gluten-free)

16.01.2012
Eat In Good Health!
A Cooking Show in Yiddish with English subtitles
with Rukhl Schaechter and Eve Jochnowitz
Kasha Varnishkes (100% gluten-free)

OMA & BELLA COOKBOOK VIDEO: RED BORSCHT

07.04.2013
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Best Potato Kugel Recipe – Quick & Kosher with Jamie Geller

10.01.2011
http://www.joyofkosher.com/recipe/pot&#8230; | Jamie Geller shows you how to make her recipe for Potato Kugel in individual cups. The best part about them is that every piece is a crusty corner piece, so nobody has to fight over that coveted crunch.

India’s Jewish Food

14.03.2013
Joan Nathan travels to India to look for Jewish food and discovers a rich cultural history in the process.

Jewish and Kosher Recipes: Avocado Sandwich

Kosher roast chicken smothered with mushrooms, onions and veggies

18.10.2012
Use just one pan to cook this meal. Just 45 minutes roasting a 2&1/2 lb. bird.

1 chicken 2 & 1/2 lb., 12 oz. onion, 7-8 oz. vine ripe tomato, 2 oz. celery,
3 oz. carrots, 3 oz. shitaki mushroom, 6 garlic cloves, 1/4 c. dry sherry, 1 T. dried or fresh thyme, 1/4 tsp. black pepper, 1 c. water, 2 T. flour 1/2 hr. high heat then 15 min. low.

Kosher Enchilada Recipe : Healthy Mexican Recipes & More

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe of the Day,Kosher Chicken Recipe with Apples and Fennel, Part 2 Section on the right side: joy of kosher channel Great Videos Selection

Just A Jewish Mother’s Brisket

15.01.2013
Learn how easy it is to make a traditional Jewish brisket- The NP – “No Patchke”, No Fuss Way

Stir Fry Kosher Tilapia Fillets with Ginger – By Aviglatt.com

15.07.2010
This is a great recipe for the Nine Days (When Jewish People Traditionally Abstain from Eating Red Meat or Chicken) or any time of the year when something slightly spicy yet healthy is in order for you family. You can find the full recipe on our blog here: http://www.aviglatt.com/Blog/Blog.asp&#8230; and great Kosher Shopping Delivered Anywhere at: http://www.aviglatt.com/. Enjoy!

Avi Glatt

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe of the Day, Roasted Chicken with Farfel, Mushroom and Cracker Stuffing, Part 2 Kosher Scoop Video Great Videos Selection

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Roasted Potatoes

06.01.2014

Sarina Roffe

Everyday Kosher Cooking – Tropical Fruit Soup

15.10.2013
Everyday Kosher Cooking presents Chaia Frishman (of Fruit Platters & More) preparing a delicious dessert treat – Tropical Fruit Soup.

See us online at: http://www.EverydayKosherCooking.com

Jewish Moroccan Challah Bread and Seperating (hafrashat) Challah

23.03.2011
Step by step instruction how to make Jewish Moroccan Challah and how to preform the ancient tradition and positive commandment of seperating (hafrashat) challah

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe of the Day,Mediterranean Lamb Koftas – Full Episode: All the Tricks & Tips, Part 2 Avi’s Kosher Kitchen Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day,How to make Ultra Fabulous Batter – Fried Chicken, Part 2 Chef Levana Kirschenbaum channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, How to Make Challah! The Most Delicious Spiritual Experience!, Part 2 Rivka Malka Perlman, Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day The Simple Kitchen BY CHABAD, Part 2 MIMOUNA channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

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Preperations for The Shabbos Project 2014! Belgium

The Shabbat Project Hafrashat Chala in Beit Shemesh

Shabbat Project 2014 – Dallas, Texas: Challah Bake

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Kosherfest 2014 – Jewish Humor Central Exclusive Report

11.11.2014
Best in Show and most unusual products at Kosherfest 2014. Al Kustanowitz, Blogger-in-Chief at Jewish Humor Central (www.jewishhumorcentral.com) takes us on a walkthrough the hundreds of exhibits at the annual Kosher food industry trade show and interviews the exhibitors of the prize winning and innovative products making their debuts at the show, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey.

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Israel vs Bosnia & Herzegovina (3-0) Full Highlights 16/11/2014 ~ Euro 2016 Qualification

צחוק מעבודה – פרק 14 המלא :: חגיגת חנוכה מטורפת!

חברי הנבחרת במסיבת חנוכה אלטרנטיבית ובלתי נשכחת עם סופר נני וזהבה בן
צחוק מעבודה חוזרת בעונה 7 עם נבחרת הסטנדאפ הכי גדולה בארץ.
בתכנית שלום אסייג שולח את נבחרת הבדרנים להתנסות בעבודות חדשות. בסיומו של יום העבודה הם מעלים מופע סטנדאפ. הנבחרת מארחת מדי שבוע אורח מיוחד הידוע מתחום אחר ומתנסה לראשונה בחייו בביצוע סטנדאפ
נבחרת הבדרנים : שלום אסייג, שחר חסון, קובי מימון, ארז שלם, רועי לוי, מיקי גבע, ליטל שוורץ ועוד
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Jewish Life in Munkatch – March 1933 – complete version

Wedding of Frime Chaye Rivke Shapira – daughter of Grand Rebbe Eleazer Shapira of Munkatch, author of Minchas Eleazer (d. 1936), to Rabbi Rabinowitz in March 1933. She was the mother of the present Munkatcher and Dinover Rebbes. Complete version. Includes other scenes of Jewish life in Munkacs, Hungary, both of secular and religious Jews. 1. Wedding. Huge crowds of well wishers gather in the streets on the occasion of the wedding of the Munkacs Grand Rabbi’s 18 year old daughter, Frime Chaye Rivke. The Munkatcher Rebbe makes a speech in Yiddish exhorting Jews in America to continue to keep Shabbos (to observe the sabbath day). The wedding party then enters the synagogue grounds, and the cantor sings blessings beneath the wedding canopy (chupah). The wedding concludes with festive hasidic music. Newspaper accounts indicate that some 20,000 people attended the celebrations. 2. Secular Jewish children singing in Munkatch. 3. Traditional Religious Jewish children studying in Orthodox Religious School in Munkatch. 4. Book peddler and weaver in Munkatch. 5. Secular Jews dancing in Munkatch.«

Jewish Life in İstanbul – 1984 to 89 – Photographs by Laurence Salzmann

10.11.2014

Uri Biton & Avi Perets an Aaron Teitelbaum Production

Amit Peled in live performance of Prayer (from Jewish Life) by Ernest Bloch

This performance of Ernest Bloch’s Jewish Prayer was the encore performed by cellist Amit Peled and pianist Stefan Petrov following their wonderful concert on February 26, 2011 for the Spencerville Evensong Concert Series. The program included the Sonata in G minor by Henry Eccles, Robert Schumann’s Fantasy, Op. 73, Nikolay Miaskovsky’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in c minor, Op. 66, and Sulkhan Tsintsadze’s Five Pieces on Folk Themes.

Viaje a Israel 2010

José Bendor Taragano da la bienvenida al grupo Tarbut Sefarad en la sinagoga sefardí en Jerusalén, el día 21 de julio 2010. También canta el coro “Sonidos del Ladino” en la lengua tradicional de los sefardíes, un idioma que refleja la gramática y vocabulario del castellano del siglo XIV y XV.
Los judíos que fueron expulsados de España continuaron a hablar el antiguo castellano en las comunidades donde emigraron. Así, el ladino fue extendido a Ámsterdam, Inglaterra, Italia, y el Imperio Otomano.
En varias ocasiones se ha hablado en el norte de África, Egipto, Turquía, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Rumania, Francia, Israel, América Latina y, en menor medida, en los Estados Unidos.
Israel es hoy día el país con el mayor número de hablantes ladinos, con cerca de 200.000 personas que hablan o entienden el idioma y lo mantienen vivo.

 Tarbut Sefarad

Victoria Pelegrin, teniente de Alcalde, participó en el acto conmemorativo celebrado el 4 de julio en el call de Tarragona en representación del ayuntamiento de la ciudad. El suyo fue un discurso emotivo y comprometido con la recuperación de la judería tarraconense.

Holocaust Survivor Zofia Landau Testimony (Espanol)

This testimony from Jewish Holocaust Survivor Zofia Landau is from the archive of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute. http://www.college.usc.edu/vhi

USC Shoah Foundation

The Idan Raichel Project הפרויקט של עידן רייכל

One Man Show – Shimon Regev

24.02.2012
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Chabbat Shira

Strictly Kosher 1,2,3

18.03.2012
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The Jewish community in Manchester is a kaleidoscope of tradition, religion and extravagance. This documentary film opens a window into their lives and shows a wide variety of ritual and celebrations.

Strictly Kosher, filmed, produced and directed by Chris Malone, revolves around three families and their friends and paints a colourful picture of the juxtaposition between the many different personalities and levels of religious observance in Manchester’s Jewish community. It offers an insight into lifestyles which range from one extreme — traditional and strict – to the other — modern and extravagant – but are bound together by one faith.

The film follows Bernette Clarke, a very lively and modern Orthodox Jewish mother of three. Bernette talks openly about her faith, explains the traditional approach her family has to the Sabbath and other Jewish festivals, and offers her views on the wider Jewish community.

Joel Lever and his wife Joanne also allow the cameras into their lives. Joel’s family are traditionally Jewish by birth, but he admits they are not very religious. Joel puts his all into his fashion boutique ‘Mon Amie’ which is frequented by the Jewish ladies of Prestwich — by making the Jewish women the talk of the town, he feels he is serving the local community.

83-year-old Jack Aizenberg tells the ultimate rags to riches story. He was just eleven years old at the outbreak of the Second World War and his family were killed in Belzec Extermination camp in 1942 when he was just 14. Against the odds Jack survived and made his way to Manchester, England in 1945. Jack feels that religion is not as important as basic common humanity and does not practice all the requirements of the Jewish faith, but he’s a celebrated survivor venerated by the Jewish community in Manchester. Having made a successful career in the luggage trade, Jack is thrilled to have the money to throw his grandson a lavish Bar Mitzvah — a special moment caught on camera.

Strictly Kosher – Series 2 – Episode 1

Strictly Kosher – Series 2 – Episode 2


Sondheim! The Birthday Concert 2010

10.02.2013
Concierto conmemorativo por los ochenta años de vida del compositor Stephen Sondheim, realizado en el año 2010.

Artistas:
Bernadette Peters, Patti LuPone, Audra McDonald, Elaine Stritch, Marin Mazzie, Donna Murphy, Mandy Patinkin, George Hearn, Michael Cerveris, David Hyde Pierce, Joanna Gleason, Victoria Clark…

Chabad Rocks

04.11.2014
Monday, November 3, 2014: Ben Gurion Airport, Tel-Aviv. Anticipation of, then exuberant celebration of, arrival of Chabad yeshiva students on flight from New York. The abbreviated version seems to be going viral on FaceBook. Enjoy.
Musical event to honour teen who died of cancer

Canadian Jewish News (blog)
In memory of Olivia Wise, the Liv Wise Foundation has created the inaugural Liv, Love & Lyrics event celebrating Wise’s passion for music and singing ..

Olivia Wise – Roar (Katy Perry cover)

14.10.2013
Olivia Wise has Brain Cancer. She came into a recording studio for her first time and recorded the Katy Perry song Roar. She couldn’t walk or stand, she didn’t have her full breath or the energy she used to, and she was managing her new pains and new limitations. While her physical condition was rapidly fading, her spirit remained untouched.

Olivia is a fighter and has gone through the fire, in fact, she was going through the fire while she recorded this song, but you wouldn’t know it, because she was dancing right through it. She is an inspiration, a champion, and my hero. This is her Roar.

Thanks to Jon Levine and Matt Marek.
Love you Liv,
Jeff
UPDATE: Olivia Wise passed away on November 25, 2013

LivWise Foundation Liv, Love & Lyrics

Chabad Home for Orphan Boys

04.11.2014

Jewish orphan finds new life with Indian savior

Tel Aviv, Israel (CNN) — In a scene his parents would have been heartened to see, family and friends recently thronged around young Moshe Holtzberg as men in black suits and black hats took turns cutting locks of hair from the boy’s head on a stage in a rented party tent outside Tel Aviv, Israel.

The celebration marked Moshe’s third birthday and in Hasidic Judaism tradition he received a haircut to symbolize his readiness to begin his religious education.

Standing not 10 feet away and watching closely was Sandra Samuel, the Indian nanny who one year ago saved Moshe’s life.

Samuel was working as a nanny for Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg when the Jewish Chabad Center they ran in Mumbai, India, came under attack by terrorists.

Samuel survived the attack and rescued Moshe who she found crying, standing between the bodies of his parents.

Since that fateful day she has not left Moshe’s side. Samuel accompanied him to Israel where, with her help, he is now being taken care of by his grandparents and extended family.

A year on Sandra said the memories of Mumbai and Moshe’s parents still haunt her. Holding back tears, she said, “I feel happy for the baby, but I am very sad, more than sad, I think.”

Jewish orphan finds new life The pain she feels remembering the horror of the attack is tempered by the great progress she has seen Moshe make since his arrival in Israel just days after his parents were killed.

“He has adjusted very very well and is like a normal kid. He goes to school, he plays, he jumps. He has a lot of friends. His life is normal,” she said.

Moshe’s paternal grandfather Rabbi Nachman Holtzberg said Samuel has been like a surrogate mother. “She knows everything about him, all the natural things because she has known (him) since he was a small child. Things are getting better and better.”

Holtzberg added that the entire family rallied together to help Moshe adapt to life without his parents and believes his son would be pleased. “I’m sure that my son would be here now and looking at how I take care of him. He would be happy.”

Samuel, a mother of two grown children, said she was trying to spend less time with Moshe so he could better adapt to his family and sees herself returning home to India within two years — though she said she would stay in Israel for as long as Moshe needed her.

Samuel said her message was simple: “To carry on life. Be strong and that’s it. Put everything in God’s hands.”

OneFamily

02.11.2014
http://www.israelnationalnews.com

2014 Concert — My Soul Longs For You: Melodies

The Temple Mount 2014: A Clash of Civilizations

30.10.2014

Bais Chana

Meet Bais Chana women. They’re warm, smart, funny, unguarded and theyre interested and savvy about what they want to do with their Jewish lives.

Schonert playes The Jewish music and Gershwin

16.09.2014
Schonert playes The Jewish music and Gershwin

Cantor Vadim Tunitsky in concert

Let Freedom Sing — Honoring 25 Years with Cantor Mikhail Manevich, December 8, 2013,

ירושלים: מאות השתתפו בהכנסת ס”ת לע”נ בנות משפחת גרוס

30.10.2014 2424news
בירושלים התקיימה הערב תהלוכת ‘הכנסת ספר תורה’ שנתרם לעילוי נשמת אביגיל פסיה ויעל גרוס ז”ל, שנספו ב’אסון ההרעלה’ בגבעת מרדכי בירושלים.

התהלוכה יצאה מבית הכנסת ‘משכן שמואל’ בשכונת גבעת מרדכי בירושלים, לעבר בית הכנסת חניכי הישיבות ‘אוהל דוד’ שבסמוך לישיבת חברון.

צוותי כיבוי ומתנדבי איחוד הצלה איבטחו את התהלוכה שעברה ללא אירועים חריגים.

צילום: יוסי אייזנשטיין – סוכנות הידיעות “חדשות 24”

Poland: Rivlin names Poland as “embodiment of Israel’s right to exist” at Jewish museum opening

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski and his Israeli counterpart Reuven Rivlin formally inaugurated the Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw on Tuesday, almost a year and a half later after it first opened to the public.

 





Chanukah Concert Rostov 2012

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19.01.2010
Hanukkah Concert, Center Makor
Lucky Ten
Jewish Songs Potpourri

The Best Hebrew Songs Ever

30.11.2011
The russians singing in this beautiful video a wonderful songs from the jewish people Like Hava Nagila Sim shalom Ani Maamin Etc..

New museum brings Poland’s Jewish past back to life

27.10.2014
A thousand years of Jewish history in Poland was obliterated by the Holocaust. But now a new museum is opening its doors in Warsaw, bringing to life the lost Jewish community that was once the world’s largest and most vibrant. Duration: 02:22

Polish museum celebrates 1,000 years of Jewish life

Chabad Novosibirsk – Siberia Russia .Rabbiner Mendel Schtroks

19.10.2014
Dimitry exclusive driver of the Mitzwe Tank from Moscow to Novosibirsk.
Picked up Shalom and David from Omsk to drive around Siberia to find Jews to teach them more Jiddishkeit.

בסוכה של אלי וחיה זקן 10.2014 The “Sukkah” of Eli & Haya Zaken

13.10.2014
שמחה גדולה בסוכה של אלי וחיה זקן היקרים 11.10.2014. אלי זקן סקסופון
אלברט בירון קלידים.
11.10.2014 great joy at the “Sukkah” of dears Eli & Haya Zaken
Video By Moti Gabay

Diner En Blanc and mre…

10.10.2014
The white picnic flash mob that originated in Paris is now taking hold in Tel Aviv.
“Diner en Blanc” is flash-mob-style picnic event started in Paris 25 years ago. Everybody dresses in white and eats off white tablecloths. And now Diner en Blanc has come to Tel Aviv!
Says host Shahar Cohen: “I see all these people that came and met together not for any cause, only to sit together and have a good time. People came from different places, with different foods and different beliefs and not because of religion and not because of anything else, only because they want to sit together and enjoy themselves from a really nice and quality evening.”

 

Elchanan Berkovitz

 Jew in the City

ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY by Boaz Guttman

 

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אנדרדוס – העמוד הרשמי

Michael Ganoe Insight to Israel

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Guimel Tamuz 5771 (2011) – Sinagoga Pequena – Rabino Shamai Ende (Histórias)

08.07.2011
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12Tribe Films

12Tribe Films Foundation is a program provider specializing in movies and cultural events that show a side of the Jewish and Israeli narrative that receives little attention in the public discourse today. Our aim is to provide programs that allow people to develop a more comprehensive understanding of the Jewish people and the Land of Israel today.
See our premier production: http://www.12tribefilms.org/homegame

One People One World

Salomon Says channels

15.06.2014
Focus your efforts on prayer. It makes a difference.

Please pray for the safe and speedy return of Yaakov Naftali ben Rachel Devorah, Gilad Michael ben Bat Galim, and Eyal ben Iris Teshura.

FUTURE’S FIRST FRUITS

05.06.2014

Channel of Breslev Israel

Breslev Israel Films is your cyber haven for love, soul, and joy.
Spreading the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslev of blessed memory, and our contemporary spiritual leader Rabbi Shalom Arush, our English-speaking rabbis include (alphabetically) Dr. Zev Ballen, Rabbi Lazer Brody, Rabbi Dror Moshe Cassutto, Rabbi Elchanan Elgorod, and Rabbi Natan Maimon.
Our channel also features inspirational clips and music from the Jewish music world’s leading performers.
Check out our multi-language web portal at http://www.breslev.co.il.

The Jewish World

WorldJewish Congress

 25.02.2014

Jewish life in Ukraine today: Yaakov Bleich, Chief Rabbi of Ukraine and Vice-President of the WJC, offers his perspective on the challenges ahead of one of the biggest Jewish communities in Europe. Distributed by OneLoad.com

 

Centre for Jewish Life – London·

Transformational Tuesdays: TED Style – Keith Breslauer

05.03.2014

The Centre for Jewish Life offers a varied and exciting programme of discovery as you explore classic and mystical themes in a format tailored to you.

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The American Jewish Community and the Future of Israel – Peter Beina

07.11.2014
The American Jewish Community and the Future of Israel – Peter Beinar

J Street U Penn, Hillel Israel Sector, the Reform Jewish Community at Penn, and Penn GPA hosted a presentation from noted political commentator Peter Beinart followed by a QA moderated by Penn Hillel Director, Rabbi Mike Uram.Peter Beinart is author of The Crisis of Zionism and former editor of the Daily Beast blog, Open Zion, which fosters an open and unafraid conversation about Israel, Palestine and the Jewish future. He is currently a columnist for Ha`aretz, and has written for The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, the Boston Globe, the Atlantic and Time.In 2012, Beinart`s informative and provocative `The Crisis of Zionism` sent shock waves through the Jewish community for its contention that Israel`s insistence on prolonging its occupation of the West Bank is leading to increasing estrangement between Israel and American Jewish youth who find it difficult to reconcile their liberal values with a certain definition of Zionism. The book unabashedly delves into the

 Israel – The True Jewish Dream

30.10.2014
The Jewish People are supposed to be a Light Unto the Nations, yet Ultimately the goal is for all to return to Israel for the coming of Moshiach.

If all the Jews are in one place, how can they be a Light Unto the Nations? How can their Light reach the rest of the world?

The Ultra Orthodox vs. The IDF: Israel’s Other Religious War,

23.10.2014
Since Israel’s inception, the Haredi — ultra-Orthodox adherents of Judaism —have been exempt from the country’s military conscription laws. But their growing population, coupled with their high unemployment rate and dependence on state benefits, sparked outrage within the country’s secular majority. After years of demanding that the Haredi share the responsibility of serving in the armed forces, the Israeli government passed an unprecedented law in March 2014 that requires Haredi men to serve in the military.

The decision resulted in major opposition from the Ultra Orthodox community, from violent protests to religious leaders demanding that no one should comply. VICE News travels to Israel to speak with hardline members and leaders of the Ultra Orthodox community as well as soldiers in the Netzah Yehuda, the IDF’s Ultra Orthodox Battalion, to get their take on the government’s decision.

Jewish Community Watch

The Jewish Community of Passaic, New Jersey

Jewish Communities in Both German States, From WWII to Unification

12.02.2013
Lecturer: Prof. Michael Wolffsohn, Bundeswher University, Munich
Chair: Prof. Julius H. Schoeps, MMZ, Potsdam University
Opening Session – “Lights and Shadows: Modern History of Germans and Jews”
“From Rejection to Acceptance:
To Be Jewish in 21st Century Germany”,
A conference that was held by the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry,
Tel Aviv University,
10-12.2.13

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Mayors Of Bnei Brak & Lakewood Take Helicopter Tour Of Lakewood

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Karaite Judaism

From Wikipedia

Karaite Judaism or Karaism (/ˈkærə.t/ or /ˈkærə.ɪzəm/; Hebrew: יהדות קראית , Modern Yahadut Qara’it Tiberian Qārāʾîm ; meaning “Readers (of the Hebrew Scriptures”)[1] is a Jewish movement characterized by the recognition of the Tanakh alone as its supreme legal authority in Halakha (Jewish religious law) and theology. It is distinct from mainstream Rabbinic Judaism, which considers theOral Torah, the legal decisions of the Sanhedrin as codified in the Talmud, and subsequent works to be authoritative interpretations of the Torah. Karaites maintain that all of the divine commandments handed down to Moses by God were recorded in the written Torah, without additional Oral Law or explanation. As a result, Karaite Jews do not accept as binding the written collections of the oral tradition in the Midrash or Talmud. …….From Wikipedia

Karaite Synagogues in Israel and in other Countries

09.03.2014

Manchester Jewish community establishes Britain’s largest eruv including 20 synagogues

The Jewish Food Taste Test

24.09.2014

Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival

04.11.2014
Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival 2014 by Tristan Lueck and Sara Terrell

Savannah Jewish Food Festival October 26, 2014

28.10.2014

Jewish Food Festival 2014 Carmel California

25.08.2014
http://www.CarmelBethIsrael Don’t blink! Food, music, dancing, and a wedding enactment on a gorgeous day! Music: Hoo-Tza-Tza of Santa Cruz, California

Hava Nagila – Balkansi Klezmer Band – Sydney Jewish Food Festival Shalom College UNSW

23.07.2014
Jewish Food and Culture Festival http://jewishfoodfestival.com.au/
Sunday 20 October 2013, 10.00am — 4.00pm at Shalom College, UNSW.

Ultra-Orthodox Women — an Emerging Force in Israeli Hi-Tech

Havdalah Rabbi Weisblum Performs at the Hospital הבדלה הרב

Stuff Chabad Rabbis Say

Havdalah Event at Caulfield Park +++ The SHTICK

From Wikipedia, A shtick (Yiddish: שטיק) (or schtick) is a comic theme or gimmick. “Shtick” is derived from the Yiddish word shtik (שטיק), meaning “piece”; the closely related German word Stückhas the same meaning. The English word “piece” itself is also sometimes used in a similar context. Another variant is “bits of business” or just “bits”; comic mannerisms such asLaurel and Hardy’s fiddling with their ties, or one of them looking into the camera shaking his head while the other one would ramble on. A shtick can also refer to an adopted persona, usually for comedy performances, that is maintained consistently (though not necessarily exclusively) across the performer’s career. In this usage, the recurring personalities adopted by Laurel and Hardy through all of their many comedy films (despite the fact that they often played characters with different names and professions) would qualify as their shtick. A comedian might maintain several different shticks of this sort, particularly if they appear in a variety show that encourages them to develop multiple characters, such as Saturday Night Live.
In common usage, the word shtick has also come to mean any talent, style, habit, or other eccentricity for which a person is particularly well-known, even if not intended for comedic purposes. For example, a person who is known locally for his or her ability to eat dozens of hot dogs quickly might say that it was their shtick.
Among Orthodox Jews, “shtick” can also refer to wedding shtick, in which wedding guests entertain the bride and groom through dancing, costumes, juggling, and silliness .http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shtick

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The Mountain Jews

31.10.2011
You’ll get a peek at their life and ancient customs in the documentary series”Faces of Russia” .
RTД is an English-language documentary channel about Russia

Michael Elkabetz תזמורת המגרב פסטיבל קרקוב 2012

The Rise of Putin and The Fall of The Russian-Jewish Oligarchs (1/2

The Rise of Putin and The Fall of The Russian-Jewish Oligarchs (2/2

Cape Town: A Jewish Journey to South Africa

08.06.2014
In one of the world’s most beautiful cities, we find a small, but vibrant Jewish community that has made a notable contribution in South Africa and abroad.

Check out more videos at http://www.JewishDiscoveries.com

Viva Jewish Buenos Aires!

22.04.2014
In Argentina, a vibrant Jewish community comes back from terror attacks 20 years ago. It’s Jewish life, Latino-style, with street festivals and the largest JCCs you will ever see. http://www.JDC.org

The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation

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Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ offer many ways to live generously, connect with our heritage, and build a vibrant Jewish community.
Federation is the central address to effectively reach, help, and advocate for Jews wherever they live. Federation brings together individuals and organizations from all religious streams and sectors to enhance the lives of Jews locally and overseas by assisting those in need, providing Jewish education, caring for the elderly, aiding families in crisis, programming for developmentally disabled, re-training for the unemployed, advocating for social justice, providing teens and youth with meaningful Jewish experiences, fighting anti-Semitism, connecting to Jewish culture and heritage, and standing in solidarity with Israel.

Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines Celebrates 100 years

24.08.2014
The Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines Celebrated 100 years on Sunday Evening with an anniversary gala in the Grand Ballroom of the Iowa Events Center

Response to Dr Sahin, by Rabbi Dr Norman Solomon, Oxford (part 1 of 2)

Response to Dr Sahin, by Rabbi Dr Norman Solomon, Oxford (part “2 of 2)

A Snippet of Jewish Life In Detroit, Yesteryear and Today

A Look Back. A Fast Forward.
Hastings Street. This iconic Detroit road was more than just a thoroughfare; it was a thriving community. For decades, Hastings Street and the surrounding area was known as Little Jerusalem, home to a growing population of immigrant Jews. Although Hastings is long demolished, the Jewish entrepreneurial spirit remains and thrives in the city.

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The High Synagogue “Two aspects of Jewish life in Krakow” photographic exhibition (archive)

28.10.2014
Presented by the author of the exhibition Prof. Aleksander B. Skotnicki

Satmar Wedding In New York State Armory – Highlights שמחת החתונה – סאטמאר

29.10.2014
Highlights of the Satmar Wedding held on Sunday October 26 2014 in the Williamsburg Armory

The grandson of the Seagater Rav, Seagate NY, Rav Zalman Leib Meisels married the daughter of Rav Yaakov Ber Teitelbaum Sigheter Rav in Boro Park, Son of the Satmar Rebbe of Williamsburg Rabbi Zalman Leib (Yekusiel Yehuda) Teitelbaum

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Herzl Camp

30.10.2014
Herzl Camp was founded by a committed group of Midwestern Jews in 1946 as an independent, trans-denominational overnight, rooted in Zionism. Since then, over 30,000 campers have spent their summers in Webster, WI, immersed in our unique brand of joyful Judaism.

Adath Israel: A Community Shul

Adath Israel, located in Hillside/Elizabeth, NJ is the newer sister Shul to the Jewish Educational Center of Elizabeth. Located in suburban surroundings, it is one of the most rapidly growing Orthodox Jewish Communities in the North-East. The neighborhood is well known for its warmth, as exemplified by its very active Chesed and other committees, which make sure that its members are always provided for and its guests welcome. One need not leave the Community for any Jewish amenities, including Kosher restaurants (Pizza, Chinese, or Delicatessen), Kosher Market, Eiruv and Mikveh. In the immediate vicinity are several shopping centers, all well stocked for its kosher customers, in addition to close vicinity to the finest shopping malls in New Jersey, including Jersey Gardens right here in Elizabeth. Access to Manhattan is effortless, with a New Jersey Transit station right in the neighborhood with easy access parking. Access to Brooklyn is a 20-30 minute car trip via the Verrazano Bridge. Access to Newark Airport is convenient as can be; though our community is literally 5 minutes from the Airport, we do not sit in the flight pattern. Every educational option is available locally, beginning with the famous Jewish Educational Center of Elizabeth, which provides education for Nursery through Junior High, and High School (JEC/Bruriah High School). Located in our community is a full time Kollel as well, which opens opportunities for any community members looking for study partners. For higher education, located in our neighborhood is Kean University, with Yeshiva University, Rutgers University, and others in close vicinity.

Our local Shul, Adath Israel, is under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Elazar M. Teitz, and Rabbi Jonathan Schwartz. Both Rabbonim are always available to our shul for halachic consultations. They and other community members deliver a full schedule of shiurim, including Daf Yomi, in addition to a regular scholar in residence program. There is a wonderful communal togetherness and spirit, as we share numerous programs, including weekly “Perek on the lawn” during the summer, a Simchat Torah Luncheon, Chanukah Dinner, and several well planned Shul trips over the course of the year. The community also celebrates its diversity, and boasts an active, daily Sephardic minyan.

http://www.adathisraelshul.org

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Mahanaim

Цель «Маханаим» – познакомить русскоязычного еврея с миром евркйской культуры, истории, традиции и философии. Для этого «Маханаим» проводит занятия, лекции и семинары по различным аспектам иудаизма для групп различных интересов и уровней. «Маханаим» проводит также курсы по подготовке к гиюру. Помимо учебных программ и в помощь им «Маханаим» издает книги по еврейской тематике на русском языке, а также аудио и видео лекции на СD и DVD.
The purpose of “Mahanaim” – to introduce the Russian-speaking Jews in peace evrkyskoy culture, history, traditions and philosophy. To do this, “Mahanaim” conducts classes, lectures and seminars on various aspects of Judaism for groups of different interests and levels. “Mahanaim” also conducts training courses to convert to Judaism. In addition to the curriculum and to help them “Mahanaim” publishes books on Jewish subjects in Russian, as well as audio and video lectures on CD and DVD.

אעירה שחר – משירת הבקשות של יהדות מרוקו (חלק ב)

02.07.2013
תכנית מיוחדת בת שני חלקים על פיוטי מרוקו עם מיטב הפייטנים – פרק ראשון מתוך שני פרקים.

רבי חיים שושנה נולד במראקש בשנת 1912.
היה מורה ב”כל ישראל חברים” ולימד בתלמוד תורה במראקש.
רבי חיים שושנה היה מטובי מורי ההוראה ומהמשכילים הבולטים מבני מראקש, בין חבריו לרעיונות החינוך התורני במראקש היו רבי דוד דרעי, רבי שלמה זריהן, האחים בן שמול, רבי יוסף הלוי, רבי דוד ביטון, רבי יוסף ביטון ועוד .
הוא דרבן לימוד הדקדוק והבנת הנקרא כי ראה בהם אמצעי להגיע לשיטת לימוד מתקדמת.
בשנת 1956 נבחר לדיין בבית הדין הרבני בקזאבלנקה.
בשנת 1966 עלה לארץ עם משפחתו והתיישב בבאר שבע.
הוא שימש ברבנות בבאר שבע כמנהל המחלקה לענייני נישואין.
נפטר בשנת תשמ”ז.
היה בכיר חוקרי הפיוט של יהודי מרוקו, שלט במכמני היהדות.
חיבורו הענק ”אעירה שחר” הוא גירסה מודרנית ל – ”שיר ידידות” שחובר ע”י רבי דוד אלקיים ממוגדור והודפס במראקש .
הפיוטים נוקדו בידי רבי חיים הבקי היטב בספרות העברית ותורת הניקוד.
בביאור אשר בתחתית העמוד מצוי מידע מדוייק על צורת הפיוט והחריזה, הביאור נקרא ”כנפי שחר”.
בשנת תשמ”ה פרסם ספר שבו קיבץ את כל פיוטיו שאותם כתב עוד במרוקו.
שם הספר ”רחשי ליבי דבר טוב” בספר זה הופיעו פיוטים שכתב, דרשות לבר מצווה, שירים למחותנים, שירי ישועה והצלה וכדומה.
פועלו של רבי חיים שושנה מציב את חוקרי שירת הבקשות של יהודי מרוקו על קרקע יציבה ובטוחה.
דרך חייו ופיוטיו זהים לאלה של פייטני ”שיר ידידות” עצמם.
הודות לדרכו המחקרית של רבי חיים שושנה מתגלים לנו מסתורי ליבם ועולמם של פייטני ”שיר ידידות” כאשר רבי חיים שושנה משמש לנו גשר להבנת עולמם ושירתם.

2nd Day Hakafato in a Tel Aviv Club and Petach Tikvah

16.10.2014
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Vatikin Prayers @ Western Wall – Hoshana Raba 5775

15.10.2014
http://www.israelnationalnews.com

Simchat Torah Dancing With the Scrolls

25.11.2009
Enter into the joy of celebrating the Word of God as Jew and Gentile gather in Jerusalem to dance with the Torah scrolls. Dean shares the significance of this joy-filled night and the wonder of what God is doing as the unity of His people, both Jew and Gentile, becomes a living reality right here in Liberty Park, Jerusalem. Go ahead, get up and dance as you join your hearts with those that were there that night. O God, . . .You are Holy, enthroned in the praises of Israel!

Carlebach on Simchas Torah

Chabad Lubavitch UK Dinner Video 2014

08.10.2014

Azi Schwartz

Sushi in a Sukka Event, Chabad of East County, La Mesa, California

13.10.2014
Chabad East County in La Mesa, California, sponsored a Sushi in the Sukka event on Sunday, October 12, 2014. Filmed by Jay (Jacob) Schwartz using a Flip camcorder.

Sukkot Fun – Strange Sukkahs!

סוכות מחרוזת לחג

Israelis celebrate Sukkot

Celebrating Sukkot in Israel

Sukkot סוכות – Sukka veLulav סוכה ולולב / Pithu Li (מרוקאי Moroccan)

Reel Israel Productions: Succot in the Holy Land

Camp Simcha

Marching Orders Promo

22.09.2014
A first look at ‘Marching Orders’, a short inspirational film focusing on the Rebbe’s revolutionary view of the essence of every Jew, and of the infinite value of every mitzvah.

Featuring newly-filmed recollections of the Rebbe from a number of prominent individuals, with first-time released clips of the Rebbe in conversation.

Perugia, 1923: matrimonio di Silvio Della Seta e Iole Campagnano

02.10.2014
Filmato 35 mm, girato il 14 ottobre 1923 da Salvatore Di Segni, in occasione del matrimonio di Silvio Della Seta e Iole Campagnano.
Il negativo del filmato è stato restaurato nel settembre 2014 dall’ICRCPAL.

Ukraine: Swastika painted on Kiev Holocaust memorial

24.09.2014

Vandals Paint Swastikas On Florida Synagogues

09.09.2014
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – Authorities are investigating the defacing of a Miami Beach temple just one day after another temple was vandalized in West Miami.

Ralph Goldman’s 100th Birthday with Shimon Peres

Long-time JDC leader Ralph Goldman dies at 100

Also a central figure in Israel’s establishment, Goldman was a driving force behind the the Joint’s development into a leading Jewish humanitarian group
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Rabbi Eliezer Berland

Conferenza stampa Kids Kicking Cancer Italia 15/03/2012 _ Interviene Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg 1

Jewish Communities

A Rosh Hashanah message from our President, Jeremy Spinak

17.09.2014
The NSW Jewish Board of Deputies is the officially-elected representative spokes-body of the Jewish community of New South Wales. It is recognised by the NSW government, its agencies, the media and other ethnic and religious groups and speaks on its behalf on all matters affecting New South Wales Jewry

Gedolei Yisroel Visit The Kever Of The Vilna Gaon Zt”l Before Rosh Hashanah 5775/2014

18.09.2014
During the days leading up to Rosh Hashanah 5775/2014, a large delegation from Israel lead by Gedolei Yisroel representing the Degel Hatorah faction of Agudas Yisroel, journeyed to Vilna to pray for the wellbeing of Jews around the world. Aside from visiting the gravesite of the Vilna Gaon, the group visited the Kever of Rav Chaim Ozer Grodzinski and also the final resting place of Rav Itzele of Ponevezh who was reinterred in the new Vilna cemetery after the communists destroyed the old Jewish graveyard in Ponevezh. Major Roshei Yeshiva who participated in the trip are as follows, Rav Yitzchok Scheiner, Rav Berel Povarsky, Rav Baruch Mordechai Ezrachi, Rav Moshe Yehuda Schlesinger, Rav Dov Yaffe, Rav Aryeh Finkel, Rav Shmuel Yaakov Borenstein and Rav Chizkiyahu Mishkovski. Distinguished Rabbonim such as Rav Shimon Galei and Rav Sender Erlanger were present as well. The pilgrimage was organized by the Kupat Hair Tzedakah organization.

Chabad House (Jewish Prayer Hall), Nariman House, in Mumbai reopens

Hebrew School chabad hannover 2014

If You’re Jewish and You Know It – Rick Recht at Camp Barney Medintz

VIDEO: YIDDISH: LEON GOLDENBERG WITH AGUDAH DELEGATION TO WASHINGTON

Shalom Torah Centers 2012 – Leon Goldenberg

Erev Rosh Hashanah in Uman, Ukraine

04.09.2013
Each year, tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews travel to Uman, Ukraine to visit the grave of Rabbi Nachman of Breslav on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year.

Located between Kiev and Odessa, the tomb of the 18th century founder of the Breslov Hasidic movement constitutes one of the holiest sites in the Hasidim world.

CJ Kramer

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The Official Channel of the International Shabbos Project

04.09.2014

LiveShiur: Rabbi David Lau, Chief Rabbi of Israel

03.09.2014
We proudly welcomed Rabbi David Lau, Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of the State of Israel to the yeshiva, where he welcomed our incoming talmidim to the new year of learning.

Torat Emet-Librería Haaretz Judaica

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Jewish Wedding Chazan in South Florida singing Ana Bekoach

19.08.2014

Israeli humor – Hope kindergarten

03.01.2011
A brilliant skit from the Israeli comedy show “Eretz Nehederet” (lit: “Wonderful Country) on Channel 2. This skit depicts a joint education program devised by the right-wing (yet mainstream) organization Im Tirtzu with the Ministry of Education that helps kindergarten children be prepared for the complicated life in Israel.

חזרה לגן: עומרי – ערוץ הופ!

13.08.2014

Rebbe Clips Jewish Daily News.

The untold story of Jewish Baghdad: Iraqi capital was once home to vast Jewish community

Unresolved History: Jews and Lithuanians After the Holocaust

Changing Jewish Communities TheJerusalemCenter

 

Ahavah Rabah Ahavtanu – Beth Medrash Govoha Tea Presentation – 2008
Pidyon Peter Chamor In Detroit – Full Video

10.06.2014

Chabad on Campus | Enriching University Life

08.07.2014
Numerous prominent university presidents and deans express how Chabad on Campus plays an integral role at their school.

 

Camp Kimama Israel- International Summer Camps

 

Haredi: The Ultra orthodox society in Israel 1-5

The Jewish View

06.07.2014

Community Lecture Series

North African Jewish music

Moishe House

יום ירושלים

Szól a kakas már – Hungarian Jewish Folk Music

Judaism and Jews in Greece – Greek Jewish Diaspora

Thema – Jewish Agency for Israel






Thema – Jewish Agency for Israel

ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY

ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY by Boaz Guttman

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New Kosher restaurant in Brussels gains popularity

 08.11.2012

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Innovative Israel

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Comunidade na TV – 3 a 9 de agosto

O Comunidade na TV é um programa da Federação Israelita do Rio de Janeiro.

O programa é exibido no Canal 14 da NET aos Domingos (7h, 16h e 21h), com reprises ao longo da semana!.




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Rally for Israel in NYC

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Jewish singing in Assyrian, Aramaic Hebrew – נאַש דידאַן Hadassa Yeshurun

Israeli who lived among Assyrians in Persia before migrating to Israel are known as (Nash Didan) Our people, they are Israeli by nationality but still speak an Assyrian Aramaic dialect.
Song by: Yadassah Yeshurun

Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski Discusses the Work of Jill Nathanson

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ShekhterTekhter

Di Shekhter-tekhter / The Schaechter Sisters gave their premiere performance as a sister duo in Paris in February 2008 (at age 13 and 8) and have given many performances in Yiddish (English translations provided) around the world since then, including in Australia, Israel, Toronto, and across the USA.
A documentary film . concert video was recently made of them, “When Our Bubbas and Zeydas Were Young: The Schaechter Sisters on Stage”, in Yiddish with English subtitles, directed by the Academy-award-nominated documentary filmmaker, Josh Waletzky. The film was accepted to the Miami Jewish Film Festival, the Montreal International Yiddish Theatre Festival, and the Ashkenaz Festival in Toronto, was recently released on DVD, and can be ordered from http://www.JewishVideo.com. For more info about Di Shekhter-tekhter / The Schaechter Sisters: info@YiddishSisters.com .


Culture Video Warsaw museum tells forgotten history of Poland’s Jews France

28.10.2014

Poland’s President Bronislaw Komorowski and his Israeli counterpart, Reuven Rivlin, officially inaugurate the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw on Tuesday, nearly a year and a half after it first opened to the public.

Holocaust Survivor Testimonies: Cultural Activity in the Warsaw Ghetto

Holocaust survivor Marcel Reich-Ranicki describes the cultural life in the Warsaw Ghetto. The video is excerpted from the film “Warsaw Ghetto – Culture Without Walls” from the Holocaust History Museum in Yad Vashem.
For more information: http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/holoc&#8230;

This video is one of many that can be viewed in Yad Vashem’s Holocaust History Museum:
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Culture Video Warsaw museum tells forgotten history of Poland’s Jews France

28.10.2014
Poland’s President Bronislaw Komorowski and his Israeli counterpart, Reuven Rivlin, officially inaugurate the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw on Tuesday, nearly a year and a half after it first opened to the public.

Built on the ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto, the museum recounts the rich history of Polish Jews, a community that was all but wiped out during the Holocaust. It is named after the Hebrew word for both “Poland” and “rest here”.

Although it has attracted more than 400,000 visitors since it opened to the public in April, 2013, the museum was never formally inaugurated.

On Tuesday, Komorowski and Rivlin will at long last unveil POLIN’s core exhibition, A 1000-Year History of Polish Jews.

The exhibit was created by a team of scholars and curators under the direction of New York University Professor Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett.

It consists of eight galleries, each examining a different period in the history of Polish Jews, from tales of Jews’ arrival in the country to today’s tentative attempts to reclaim Poland’s Jewish past.

Highlights include centuries-old manuscripts, a scale replica of a sumptuously decorated synagogue and a vast network of multimedia installations, all housed inside a visually striking building whose serene glass façade is broken only by a large crack evoking the Biblical crossing of the Red Sea.

Centre of Jewish life

Jews first arrived in Poland during the Middle Ages. By the mid 18th-century, there were 750,000 living across Poland and Lithuania, then a part of the same kingdom, having been chased out of western Europe.

Over the years, that number steadily grew, turning the country into the global centre of Jewish culture.

By 1939 there were 3.3 million Jews in Poland, the equivalent of around 10 percent of the country’s population. Only between 200,000 to 300,000, however, would survive World War II.

Poland’s Jewish community has since dwindled, largely due to emigration. Polish Jews now number around 20,000, though it is estimated that there are tens of thousands of Poles of Jewish descent who either do not identify with the community or are unaware of their heritage.

The museum’s creation has coincided with an unexpected “coming out” of a third-generation of descendants of Jews who survived the Holocaust.

For instance, a play entitled “The Hideout”, which premiered in Warsaw on Saturday, tells the tale of people who spent two years hiding in closets or under floors during the Nazi occupation. Over the course of the play, it becomes clear that the trauma of the Holocaust runs so deep that survivors dare not speak of it to their children and grandchildren.

Private donors, Diaspora Jews and Poles raised 33 million euros ($42 million) to pay for the museum’s core exhibition, while the city of Warsaw and Poland’s Culture Ministry funded the building to the tune of 42.5 million euros.

Argentina’s German-Jewish Cultural Heritage | Arts.21

In “Traces of the Past,” Arts. 21 reporters travel the globe searching for the legacy left to different countries by German Jews. In this segment of the 11-part series, we go to Argentina and visit two very different Jewish authors ith German roots.

What To Expect At A Synagogue – InterfaithFamily.com

Going to synagogue for the first time can sometimes be a daunting experience. The architecture may be unfamiliar, the ritual items foreign and words are used in languages other than English.

Knowing what to expect, in advance of your first visit, will help you feel more comfortable in this space.

To that end, we have created a new video, What To Expect At A Synagogue, that takes us inside the building and into the sanctuary. Guided by Rabbi Emma Kippley-Ogman of Kehillath Israel, a Conservative synagogue in Brookline, Massachusetts, we are introduced to the items we might find in the lobby, or just outside the sanctuary; we are taken into the sanctuary for an overview of the features in the space; and we are even given an up close look at items used during services, such as prayer books and a Torah scroll. As we move through, words and concepts are translated into English and explained.

“Nous parlons Français, Mir redn Yidish”: Five Languages of Business in My Father’s Toronto Store

Zamora Sefardí Tarbut Sefarad

Reportaje emitido por Canal Camp (La Selva del Camp-Tarragona) con motivo de la visita del director de teatro israelí Eduardo Kofman a la localidad, donde impartió una conferencia/taller sobre el proyecto ‘Teatro por la paz’, en colaboración el Grup de Teatre La Moixera. (Catalán y castellano).
Victoria Pelegrin, teniente de Alcalde, participó en el acto conmemorativo celebrado el 4 de julio en el call de Tarragona en representación del ayuntamiento de la ciudad. El suyo fue un discurso emotivo y comprometido con la recuperación de la judería tarraconense.

Nesiya Institute

The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – All of Israel

Conversations with History: Tom Segev

Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes Israeli journalist Tom Segev for a discussion of his new book, 1967: Israel, the War and the Year that Transformed the Middle East. Topics included in the discussion are changes in Israeli society before the 1967 war, the events leading to war, Israeli decision making during and after the war, the interplay between personality and politics, the consequences of the war for Israel and the role of U.S. foreign policy during the crisis. Series: “Conversations with History” [6/2007] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 12623]
Hollywood-Diva, Erfinderin, Ikone: 100. Geburtstag von Hedy Lamarr
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Die “Welt” bezeichnete sie als “die jüdische Marilyn Monroe der Weltkriegsjahre”: Die österreichische Schauspielerin und Erfinderin Hedy Lamarr, die …

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Joachim Prinz

From Wikipedia

Joachim Prinz (May 10, 1902 – September 30, 1988) was a German-American rabbi who was outspoken against Nazism and became aZionist leader.[1] As a young rabbi in Berlin, he was forced to confront the rise of Nazism, and eventually emigrated to the United States in 1937. There he became vice-chairman of the World Jewish Congress, an active member of the World Zionist Organization and a participant in the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington.[2]

Prinz was born in the village of Bierdzany (near Oppeln) in the Prussian province of Silesia.

Prinz was born to a Jewish family. Early on, he became motivated by a charismatic rabbi and Prinz took an increasing interest in Judaism. His Jewish roots grew even stronger following his mother’s death. By 1917, he had also joined Blau Weiss (Blue White), the Zionist youth movement.

At 21, Joachim Prinz received his Ph.D. in philosophy, and had minored in Art History, at the University of Giessen. He was ordained as a rabbi at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau. He married Lucie Horovitz, the daughter of the seminary’s most prominent professor. She died in Berlin shortly after giving birth to their daughter Lucie. Prinz married Hilde Goldschmidt in 1932. They had three children, Michael (born in Berlin), Jonathan and Deborah (both born in the United States)…………..From Wikipedia

Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent – Official Trailer

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Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent uncovers the dramatic story of a courageous religious leader whose passion for justice compelled him to speak out against bigotry over the course of five decades. As a young rabbi in Berlin in the 1930s, Joachim Prinz preached openly against the Nazi Regime and saved many lives by encouraging Jews to leave Germany. Twenty years later, Prinz became a prominent leader of the civil rights movement in the US alongside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., culminating in his stirring speech at the 1963 March on Washington in which he proclaimed, ‘America must not become a nation of onlookers! America must not remain silent.’ Prinz also helped build the State of Israel and spoke out boldly for peace in the Middle East.

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Authentic orthodox Jewish Shabbat service (filmed before sundown) Happy Minyan, L.A. (111)

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Gloria Z. Greenfield’s powerful new documentary sets the record straight eloquently and comprehensively. It not only shows the undeniable historical connection between the Jewish People and the Land of Israel, but also succeeds in debunking all of the propaganda, myths and misinformation that have become accepted as truth by so many.

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טעמע־ליבע שעכטער אינטערוויויִרט אַנדערע ייִדיש־רעדנדיקע קינדער אויף דער ייִדיש־וואָך 2010

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18.07.2008
המערכון ‘אצל רופא השיניים’ (ביי דעם צאן דאקטאר) בכיכובם של שמעון דז’יגן, יעקב בודו, יצחק חביס וברונקה זלצמן מתוך התכנית ‘הערב עם דז’יגן’ שהופקה ובוימה ב-1977 ע”י אנדרי קאלאראשו.
Legendary Yiddish Comedian, Shimon Dzigan, in the sketch ‘At The Dentist’ from his one hour special on IBA Israel Television from 1977.

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Rabbis Lerner and Fel interview Gloria Greenfield, director of Unmasked: Judeophobia

18.04.2012
Unmasked: Judeophobia, Movie Screening, April 29 at 8:00 PM. Film director and former congregant Gloria Greenfield will introduce her documentary and lead a discussion following the screening. The film posits that Jews are facing the possible uprooting of the very idea that the Jewish people should have a nation-state. What are the implications for civilization of the political assault against the Jewish people and their right to self-determination? Please join us for this important discussion! Admission is $10. RSVP
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Jewish Partisans Tribute

Tribute to the brave warriors that fought against Nazi tyranny and oppression in WWII. Here are the lyrics to this famous partisan song (sung by Chava Alberstein) called Zog Nit Keynmol:

Partisans Song – zog nit keyn mol

Daniel sings the hebrew version of the Partisans’ song. Written by Hirsch Glick (1922-1944)

Hebrew words:

אַל נָא תֹּאמַר: הִנֵּה דַּרְכִּי הָאַחֲרוֹנָה,
אֶת אוֹר הַיּוֹם הִסְתִּירוּ שְׁמֵי הָעֲנָנָה
זֶה יוֹם נִכְסַפְנוּ לוֹ עוֹד יַעַל וְיָבוֹא
וּמִצְעָדֵנוּ עוֹד יַרְעִים: אֲנַחְנוּ פֹּה

The words in English and in Yiddish:

Never say this is the final road for you,
Though leaden skies may cover over days of blue.
As the hour that we longed for is so near,
Our step beats out the message: we are here!

From lands so green with palms to lands all white with snow.
We shall be coming with our anguish and our woe,
And where a spurt of our blood fell on the earth,
There our courage and our spirit have rebirth!

The early morning sun will brighten our day,
And yesterday with our foe will fade away,
But if the sun delays and in the east remains —
This song as password generations must remain.

This song was written with our blood and not with lead,
It’s not a little tune that birds sing overhead,
This song a people sang amid collapsing walls,
With pistols in hand they heeded to the call.

Therefore never say the road now ends for you,
Though leaden skies may cover over days of blue.
As the hour that we longed for is so near,
Our step beats out the message: we are here!

Zog nit keyn mol az du geyst dem letstn veg,
Khotsh himeln blayene farshtein bloye teg.
Kumen vet nokh undzer oysgebenkte sho –
S’vet a poyk ton undzer trot – mir zaynen do!

Fun grinem palmenland biz vaysn land fun shney,
Mir kumen on mit undzer payn, mit undzer vey,
Un vu gefain s’iz a shprits fun undzer blut,
Shprotsn vet dort undzer gvure, undzer mut.

S’vet di morgnzun bagildn undz dem haynt,
Un der nekhtn vet farshvindn mitn faynd,
Nor oyb farzamen vet di zun in dem kayor –
Vi a parol zol geyn dos lid fun dor tsu dor.

Dos lid geshribn iz mit blut un nit mit blay,
S’iz not keyn lidl fun a foygl af der fray,
Dos hot a fold tsvishn faindike vent
Dos lid gezungen mit naganes in di hent!

To zog nit keyn mol az du geyst dem letstn veg,
Khotsh kimlen blayene farshtein bloye teg,
Kumen vet nokh undzer oysgebenkte sho –
S’vet a poyk ton undzer trot – mir zaynen do!

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Gilad Atzmon on ‘Jew, Judaism, Jewishness’ – an interview with Bill Alford

18.10.2014
Author of runaway best seller The Wandering Who? discusses Three Jewish ID Categories: Religious Jew, Born a Jew and Politicized Jew aka Jewishness.

Jewishness pertains most. It is a problematic mix of ideology and culture. Atzmon characterized Jewishness as different manifestations of Jewish self-loving. Zionism, he observes, is just one form of Jewishness amongst many. Jewish Left is as exeptionalist and similarly exclusive.

Atzmon emphasizes the bane of Political Correctness – politics that allows for no opposition. He submits Political Correctness has been a Jewish Left Project for forty years, the period hearts & minds of The West have been essentially captured.

The important questions about Israel, and its supporting Lobby, are not even asked – What Is Jewishness and what are the relationships between Jews, Judaism, Zionism and Jewishness?

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21.10.2014
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What would happen if it were proved to you that God exists? How would it make you feel? Aish HaTorah’s Rabbi Moshe Zeldman discusses the importance of being objective within one’s intellectual pursuits and being careful to avoid emotional bias.

“If we’re open to truth and we’re open to objectivity, we can make amazing discoveries about what’s really out there in the world.”

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Patrick Modiano Wins Nobel Prize In Literature 2014 – France’s Modiano Won Literature Nobel

09.10.2014
French novelist Patrick Modiano has won the 2014 Nobel Prize in literature.
Modiano, the author of Missing Person and Lacombe Lucien – which was made into a film by Louis Malle – was the bookies favourites overnight. He beat a competitive field that included Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o, Japanese author Haruki Murakami, Belarusian investigative journalist and author Svetlana Alexievich, and Syrian poet Adonis.
Modiano, 69, published his first novel, La Place de l’Etoile, in 1968; he won the Prix Goncourt in 1978, and over the following three decades he has confirmed his status with a celebrated body of work, including Out of the Dark and Dora Bruder. “Actually, I never thought of doing anything else,” he said of his literary career in 2011 to France Today. “I had no diploma, no definite goal to achieve. But it is tough for a young writer to begin so early. Really, I prefer not to read my early books. Not that I don’t like them, but I don’t recognise myself anymore, like an old actor watching himself as a young leading man.”
Modiano was born in a west Paris suburb two months after World War II ended in Europe in July 1945. His father was of Jewish Italian origins and met his Belgian actress mother during the occupation of Paris – and his beginnings have strongly influenced his writing. The Swedish Academy, which selects Nobel Literature winners, praised Modiano “for the art of memory with which he has evoked the most ungraspable human destinies and uncovered the life-world of the occupation”.
The American authors Philip Roth and Thomas Pynchon were once again overlooked for the biggest prize in literature. Modiano takes home eight million kronor (£693,000).
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Jan Peerce Eishes Chayil Благородная женщина Woman of Valour
Ян Пирс Благородная женщина (И.Румшинский – И.Лиллиан) Дир.- Гершон Кингсли Еврейская песня Перевод частичный: “Настоящая благородная, честная, достойная, добрая, родная, дорогая, золотая душа, радость и удовольствие, хороший друг и маменю”.
Jan Peerce Eishes Chayil Woman of Valour אשת חיל (J.Rumshinsky – I.Lillian) Cond.- Gershon Kingsley Yiddish song Translated, in part: “Real noble, honest, decent, kind, darling, golden soul, joy and delight, a good friend and dear Mameniu”.
לילי איסאַדאָר יאָסף רומשינסקי אַן אמתע אשת חיל אַן אמתע אשת חיל אַ טײַערע קײַן טײַערע אַןפֿון

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