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Chie Nishio, a photographer born in Japan, for years chronicled the lives of Lubavitch-Chabad Hasidim in Brooklyn
Brooklyn’s Lubavitch Community: A Culture Captured by the Ultimate Outsider
NOV. 28, 2014


Photo Exhibit Of 1990s Hasidic Life In Crown Heights Opens At Brooklyn Public Library

 03.10.2014
On Oct 2, 2014, a black and white photo exhibit depicting a “range of daily life” among the Hasidic community in 1990s Crown Heights opened at the Brooklyn Public Library, featuring the work of a Tokyo-born photographer with a life-long “curiosity” about the Hasidim.
Chie Nishio, a photographer born in Japan, for years chronicled the lives of Lubavitch-Chabad Hasidim in Brooklyn

The Barry Sisters- yiddish favorites

Barry sisters

Barry sisters

METROPOLITAN KLEZMER

Mayim Bialik

Jewish attitudes towards Christmas festivities: can Jews take part in

Judaism in Latin America

Argentina’s Modern-Day Torah Scribes: Jewish community maintains 3000-year-

  YehudaMizrahi

The Chanukah that Sherwin Got Two Silver Dollars

David Ezra Okonsar

Metaphor – Visual Storytelling

Bernard-Henri Levy, French philosopher and writer at Sheptytsky Award Ceremony

20.11.2014
On Tuesday, November 18, 2014 in Kyiv, Ukrainian businessman and philanthropist Victor Pinchuk was presented with the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Award – 2014 for his work in fostering Ukrainian-Jewish relations and advancing his homeland’s European aspirations. Mr. Pinchuk is being recognized for his philanthropic endeavours — principally through the Victor Pinchuk Foundation and the Yalta European Strategy — in support of Jewish cultural life in Ukraine, major research projects and exhibits related to the Holocaust, documentary films that have forthrightly examined the crimes committed during the Holocaust as well as advancing Ukraine’s European path based on the values of inter-ethnic and inter-faith tolerance.

More information:
http://pinchukfund.org/en/news/13519/

Preserving Jewish culture in Yemen

05.08.2008
CNN’s Paula Newton reports on the few hundred Jews left in Yemen.

Dig back in time at Israel’s Beit Guvrin caves

06.06.2013
At Israel’s Beit Guvrin caves, you can try your hand at digging up a piece of history.

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

Vi Ahin Zol Ikh Geyn

09.12.2009
Vi Ahin Zol Ich Geyn : Composed by Strock and Kortnayer and performed by Gale Kissin on Vocals and Guitar, Rhonda Findling, percussion, Daniel Kahane, violin, and Suzanne Shanbaum on guitar.

Mama Loshn appeared along with the Harmonia Schvesters and other local musicians at the Petaluma Historical Museum on November 22nd, 2009, in support of the Schindler’s List exhibit at the museum.

O Ir Kleyne Likhtelekh

25.11.2013
Poem by Morris Rosenfeld (1862 – 1923) known as “the sweatshop bard”. The musical setting is the version Gale learned in Workmen’s Circle.

Gale Kissin: Vocal, translation, guitar
Suzanne Shanbaum: Lead & rhythm guitars and video editing
Jane Clark: Recording Engineer
Illiani Matisse: Video recording

The Bezalel Arts & Crafts Fair in Jerusalem

Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design

From Wikipedia

File:BezalelLogo.svgBezalel Academy of Arts and Design is Israel’s national school of art, founded in 1906 by Boris Schatz. It is named for the Biblicalfigure Bezalel, son of Uri (Hebrew: בְּצַלְאֵל בֶּן־אוּרִי), who was appointed by Moses to oversee the design and construction of theTabernacle (Exodus 35:30).

The Bezalel School was founded in 1906 by Boris Schatz. Theodor Herzl and the early Zionists believed in the creation of a national style of art blending classical Jewish/Middle Eastern and European traditions. The teachers of Bezalel developed a distinctive school of art, known as the Bezalel school, which portrayed Biblical and Zionist subjects in a style influenced by the European jugendstil (art nouveau) and traditional Persian and Syrian art. The artists blended “varied strands of surroundings, tradition and innovation,” in paintings and craft objects that invokes “biblical themes, Islamic design and European traditions,” in their effort to “carve out a distinctive style of Jewish art” for the new nation they intended to build in the ancient Jewish homeland.[1]  From Wikipedia

 

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Yacov Dinezon with I.L. Peretz, behind them picture of Mendele Mocher Sforim,,,,  עברית: יעקב דינזון עם י”ל פרץ, ברקע תמונתו של מנדלי מוכר ספרים   ...From Wikimedia Commons

Jacob Dinezon

28.08.2014
29 August 2014

Program hosted by Boris Sandler

Jacob Dinezon (1856-1919) – Writer. Creator of the sentimental novel in Yiddish.

Comic Artists in Their Own Voices

Video copyright Yeshiva University Museum, 2011

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…

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 …

HEDY LAMARR

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

27.06.2014
Coming Soon from Menemsha Films!
http://www.menemshafilms.com/joachim-…
http://www.PrinzDocumentary.org

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.

Sophie Tucker Sings “My Yiddishe Momme”

05.11.2014
“The Outrageous Sophie Tucker”
Premieres November 7th in South Florida
Coming Soon to Select Theaters Nationwide

Hebrew Yiddish and German Jewish music

Yiddish & Seinfeld . . The Bar Mitzvah

Yiddish & Seinfeld . . Dentist Jokes

Seinfeld in Yiddish . . . Jewish Singles Event

Seinfeld-The Dinner Party

YID

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

24.08.2012
http://JooTube.TV If it were after sundown, we couldn’t film this. Thanks to summertime and early davening – watch, learn, and be inspired.

The Jewish Orthodox Community of New York

05.11.2012
Hassidim… ha’Kehila ha’Yehudit ha’Haredia be New York

NYC documentary photographer Federica Valabrega explores the world of ultra-Orthodox Jewish women

12.07.2013
The world of ultra-Orthodox women can seem to be a mysterious one, when seen from the outside looking in. For documentary photographer, Federica Valabrega, a secular Jew herself, her interest in this world led to a photo project which would ultimately challenge her own assumptions about these women.

Rare glimpse inside world of Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox Jews: Israeli TV series ‘Shiesel’ premiers

15.09.2013
Israeli satcaster, YES, produced a new fascinating dramatic series that shows us a glimpse into the mostly unknown inner world of the ultra Orthodox Jews of Jerusalem’s Meeah Shearim.

2012 Civic Action Conference Plenary 1: Developing A Vision For The Future Of Jewish Los Angeles

The Future of Judaism with Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Jewish Culture Movie for NU204

Written and Narrated by Svetlana, produced by John M.
This is a general description of the Jewish culture.
Several Jewish songs were used as the soundtrack.
The remake of “Hava Nagila” that plays at the end was performed by John M.
All images were found on various web sites using “Google Images.” I have no rights over any of this material. This was made for a short-term, educational experience. There will be no sale of, or profit derived from this work.

Amazing differences between Christianity & Judaism!) Rabbi M. Skobac

Short Introduction to Judaism!

Israeli Painter Artist Michael Khundiashvili Master of Fine Arts ShowCase

Frank stella

Jewish Jerusalem Captured on Canvas: landscape painter Alex Levin inspired by Jewish life and faith

Mystic painter Yocef Benarroch mixes Jewish mysticism with Moroccan flair

Artist Talk: Lisa Yuskavage on Vuillard | The Jewish Museum

 the jewish museum

In his final days this Holocaust survivor reveals the secret to a happy life

Zamfir: Yiddish Mama + Paintings of Iosif Iser 1881-1958, romanian painter II

Trailer – Body and Soul – The State of the Jewish Nation

31.07.2014
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.

Rabbi Manis Friedman- The Future of The Jews In The Next 200 Years, Part-I

29.12.2013
Mayan Yisroel of Brooklyn presented a special evening with Rabbi Manis Friedman where Rabbi Friedman talked about the future of the Jews in the next 200 years. This event was recorded in honor of the 200th Yarhzeit of the Baal HaTanya and Shulchan Aruch Harav on 24 Teves.

Rabbi Manis Friedman- The Future of The Jews In The Next 200 Years, Part-I I

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

Temma Schaechter interviews other Yiddish-speaking children at the 2010 Yiddish Week.
טעמע־ליבע שעכטער אינטערוויויִרט אַנדערע ייִדיש־רעדנדיקע קינדער אויף דער ייִדיש־וואָך 2010

Yiddish Casablanca

Favorite Yiddish Words

Cagney Speaks Yiddish

17.07.2012
In this scene from TAXI! (1932), cabbie James Cagney helps a confused cop (Robert Emmett O’Connor) deal with an agitated Jewish man speaking Yiddish.

Yiddish Comedian S. Dzigan / שמעון דז’יגן 1977

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.

San Diego JCC

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
to:office@templeemunah.org.

Temple Emunah
9 Piper Road
Lexington, MA 02421

Modern Hebrew Q&A with eTeacherHebrew

Ulpan-Or: Learn Hebrew The Fun Way

the Boston Jewish Film Festival

lecture , Veranstaltungen the Jewish Museum Berlin

Czardas by Vittorio Monti with Mati Braun, violin and Holly Small, piano

Pizzicato Waltz2

Learn To Tell Your Story: Peter Guber

15.03.2011
Peter Guber, CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, discusses the how and why of telling purposeful stories with University of Phoenix students. Whether it’s for a job interview or to get customers, clients and patrons to agree to your point of view, telling a purposeful story is the secret sauce to your success

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!

Popular UK Jewish Film Festival Videos




The Mysteries of Egypt (1996): 1. Ramesses II

26.10.2014
THE MYSTERIES OF EGYPT (1996): 1. RAMESSES II
(DVD description)
There was no more glorious Egyptian ruler than Ramesses II, the third king of the nineteenth dynasty who earned the epithet “The Great.” A warrior-king who knew the importance of peace, Ramesses II was one of Egypt’s greatest builders – the breathtaking temples at Karnak and Luxor are testimonies to his reign.
Featuring stunning re-creations of the court of Ramesses II, this entertaining and informative program is your ticket for a journey back into the days of antiquity.

Israeli Folk Dance – Temani

Israeli dance – Jewish dance

Jewish dance performed by Israeli Folk dancers in Israel dancing the traditional Israel dance, Temani.

bob marley son jealous of jewish culture (NEW INTERVIEW)

The best Jewish Wedding in Kiev

Learn Hebrew Phrases – Best Wishes

מסיבת חנוכה בזכריה עם להקת גוננים ופירחי זכריה Kurdish Chanukah Party with Gonenim

02.12.2013
הדלקת נרות חנוכה ומסיבת חנוכה כורדית עם להקת גוננים ולהקת פירחי זכריה במושב זכריה ב- 1.12.13
Candle Lighting and Kurdish Chanukah party with Gonenim band and Zachariah’s Flowers band at Zachariah 1.12.13

Kurdish Party Dancing In Jerusalem ISRAEL ריקוד כורדי גוננים ירושלים

Hillel in Moscow 1994-95

26.10.2014
13-minute documentary about the early activities of Hillel in Moscow, the first Hillel branch in the FSU. Over the years nearly 50 other branches will be opened. This documentary was filmed in 1994-955. Story of the rebirth of Jewish life in the former Soviet Union with interviews with students and the founder of Hillel in the FSU Rabbi Yossie Goldman, who shepherded the opening of all Hillel branches in the FSU. Also included is a rare interview with the JDC’s legendary Ralph Goldman, an early supporter of Hillel in the FSU. (production note: shot in PAL Hi-8, edited on 3/4″ low-band, standards conversion to NTSC Beta, downconform to DV-NTSC, upload to Youtube low-res.)

Ernst Bloch – “From Jewish Life” – Prayer – Andreas Lend (cello) & Allan Jakobi (accordion)

27.10.2014
@Köismäe tower
Cameraman – Jaan Kolberg
Special thanks to Vambo Käeri

Prayer – Ernest Bloch

The restoration of Canton Synagoge

25.09.2014
Restoration of the decorations in gilded wood of Canton Synagoge in Venice made by Lares restauri

Gabriella Safran – Yiddish Humor And The Monologue

29.03.2014
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YiddishLives Songs

DODO

15.10.2014
Para Consuelo con cariño, Feliz Cumpleaños !!!
https://www.youtube.com/user/abellaguera
DODO (Dörte Clara Wolff)

Dodo, born as Dörte Clara Wolff (10 February 1907– 22 December 1998), was a German painter and illustrator of the New Objectivity.

Dörte Wolff was brought up in a comfortable upper middle-class Jewish environment in Berlin.

From 1923 to 1926, she studied art and fashion illustration at the prestigious Schule Reimann for artists and designers.

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?

The Unity of the Jewish People: Making Room for All Streams

03.07.2014

HANAVA Israel FDM50

jcuult
15.08.2014
Musique FOLKLORE

Tel Aviv University’s 1-Year Sofaer International MBA

21.10.2014
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Culture – 20/10/2014

20.10.2014
we talk about an exhibition on Amy winehouse with israeli curator asaf galay and guitarist Robin Banerjee; composer Gil sochat’s new classical work unveiled in Israel; and we’ visit a kimono fashion show in Japan

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B’Nai Or Music

Einstein’s Biggest Mistake

23.06.2014
Einstein called it the biggest Blunder of his Career. How can other Intellectuals avoid making the same Mistake?

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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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Rabbi Moshe Zeldman was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. He has been involved in Jewish activism since his undergraduate years at the University of Toronto, where he studied Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence. Rabbi Zeldman was elected national chairman of the Canadian Jewish Students Network, led one of the first Jewish delegations to visit the concentration camps in Poland, and was involved in lobby efforts with Canada’s Prime Minister on a variety of Jewish and Israel-related issues. He has served on the executive board of the World Union of Jewish Students, and has lectured to Jewish communities in 15 countries across the globe. He teaches on a variety of Jewish topics for Aish HaTorah, AEPi, Birthright, Hillel, the Maimonides program at Princeton, Tel Aviv and Hebrew University, and NCSY. Rabbi Zeldman resides in Jerusalem with his family.

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).
The Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 has just been awarded to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyrarthi Malala Yousafzai – 17 year old Pakistani girl – Known for her activism for rights to education and for women Wrote a blog under a pseudonym for the BBC, about her life under Taliban – 9 October 2012: Malala boarded her school bus in the northwest Pakistani district of Swat

Yiddish Song – Belz, Mayn Shtetele Belz

A Painter’s Vision

05.10.2014
Four Artists, Four Stories, One Vision. This Sukkot, October 12, 2014, Nadja Marks-Shafton presents a remarkable exhibition of contemporary Jewish art in the Old City of Jerusalem. At Aish HaTorah in the Kotel Plaza, four artists will come together to share their inspirational art. Opening night is Oct. 12, 2014 from 6-11 P.M., with a night of art, live music, wine and refreshments. World-renowned musicians Yitzchak and Tamar Attias will perform. Rabbi Doniel Katz will also offer inspiring Torah, and much more.

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Jews explore the ongoing cultural contribution of Latin America’s Jewish communities

28.07.2013
Latin America is famous for its music, delicious food, breathtaking scenery and of course salsa music. But it is also home to approximately 450,000 Jewish people. Here in London’s hip Camden Town young Jewish professionals were given the opportunity to learn more about the immense contribution Jewish people have made to the region.

Yiddish Еврейская песня

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

Lithuanian Jewish Culture

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KIDS-TEENS: Mitzvah Boulevard #3 – Shabbos Trailer

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שי בן צור והרג’סטאן הופעה מלאה 2013

“Jessica Livianu Loves The YouTube Biography of Rabbi Haim ASA, by David LIVIANU”

SFJFF Presents: Online Short of the Month .SFJFF Presents: A Tale of a Woman and a Robe

08.09.2014 SFJewishFilmFestival

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Jerusalem Media Workshop

Salomon Rossi Hebreo (1570 – 1630) סלומונה רוסי

ימי הרדיו מאוצרות קול ישראל

Michal Tal

Israel in the Media

The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – Jerusalem On Line Broadcast to JTN LA

Architect of the Jewish Future (Mordecai M. Kaplan)

21.03.2014 The Program for Jewish Civilization, the Mordecai M. Kaplan Center for Jewish Peoplehood, and the Department of Jewish Studies of McGill University are hosted a conference on the life, work, and legacy of Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan.important in the 21st century.

JewishOperaLives!@KulturFestival,FAU

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Temani Yemanie Hebrews

JEWISH WORLD : JewishNewsOne

Israel and Jewish Culture Michael Laitman

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Popular San Francisco Jewish Film Festival videos SFJFF Presents: The Tailor

12.02.2014
Culture and confusion meet on a Brooklyn street, in this hilariously charming tale of similarities amid diversity. Film directed by Gordon Grinberg

London Jews explore the ongoing cultural contribution of Latin America’s Jewish communities

Latin America is famous for its music, delicious food, breathtaking scenery and of course salsa music. But it is also home to approximately 450,000 Jewish people. Here in London’s hip Camden Town young Jewish professionals were given the opportunity to learn more about the immense contribution Jewish people have made to the region

Gefiltefest at the London Jewish Cultural Centre sees Ashkenazi take on Sephardi in the kitchen

Ashkenazi and Sephardi cooking goes back centuries, but the two are distinctly different from one another. Here at the fourth annual Gefiltefest at the London Jewish Cultural Centre cooks from both sides have taken part in a competitive cook-off.

 Walk2Israel close up

06.09.2014

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