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Ivanka Trump on her father, husband and daughter. The View 12.03.2012

Ivanka Trump talks to the ladies about her father, marriage and motherhood.

December 3, 2012

Russia: Ancient Jewish library welcomed to new home in Moscow

Russia: Ancient Jewish library welcomed to new home in Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre as an important collection of ancient Jewish books, the Schneerson library, arrived on Thursday. The President familiarised himself with the most valuable parts of the collection, which contains some 12,000 books and 50,000 rare documents dating from the 18th to the beginning of the 20th century.

The transfer follows years of debate with the New York City based Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic community who demand the return of the library. The movement argues they are the right owners of the books, as the author of the collection, Schneerson, headed the organisation after moving to the United States. However the transfer of the Schneerson library was welcomed by the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Berl Lazar, who called it a big day for Russian Jews.

Russia has maintained that it will keep the collection, saying that it is a state property and part of Russian culture. The matter got into the media spotlight in January after a US judge ordered Russia to pay $50,000 (€37,000) per day until it returns the library. The decision to move the collection to Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre was proposed by Putin himself this year during a meeting of the Presidential Council for Interethnic Relations.

Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Centre of Tolerance was opened in November 2012, with Israeli President Shimon Peres travelling to Moscow for its inauguration. It features several interactive displays regarding the Jewish peoples’ long and tumultuous place in Russian history. Now home to the the Schneerson library collection, the museum’s new library department operates as a part of the Russian State Library.

Indian Doctor converts to Judaism – Chabad

In a powerful echo of the Biblical story of the patriarch Abraham, a Mumbai doctor smashed his father’s idols and eventually decided to become a Jew in the Land of Israel.

Dr. Aharon Abraham, left his position as Director of the ICU Medical Center at British Kennedy in Mumbai, India after terrorists murdered his spiritual guide and his wife, Rabbi Gabi and Rivky Holtzberg one year ago.

Abraham was born Vagirds Frads to a Hindu cleric who worshipped idols, and a mother who prepared food for them. As did the Biblical Abraham, young Vagirds could not understand how his father could honor a man-made statue, nor why his mother would cook for them. “Sometimes I eat it in secret,” he confided in an article that appeared in Hebrew in Sichat HaShavuah.

Unlike the patriarch, however, he waited until after graduating high school to confront his father, asking how he could believe “such nonsense.” But when there was no reply, his anger led him to take a hammer and smash the idols, exactly as Abraham had done. “The gods are angry!” his father shouted at him, he recounted, and recalled his reply: “If they’re angry, let them do something, reconstruct themselves…”

It was while studying medicine at the University of Mumbai that he first read a Bible, given to him by Christian students. Amazed, he read the story of Abraham and many others. “A new world opened before me,” he said.

The woman he married, a nurse, was equally interested in his Bible studies, and after their wedding the couple changed their family name to “Abraham,” to honor the patriarch. Vagirds became Aaron, because “the priest was a wonderful person, full of glory,” he explained.

Eventually the couple decided to convert, and began studying Judaism in earnest with Rabbi Gabi and Rivky Holtzberg, Chabad emmissaries to Mumbai.

“Our whole life centered around the Chabad House,” said Abraham. “It was the only place where we could get kosher food. Gabi and Rivky were our guides, we did not move without them. We began a process of true conversion and found the extraordinary beauty of the Torah commandments.”

It was the brutal murder of the Holtzbergs and their four guests at the Nariman Chabad House that changed their lives forever, however. “They took away my Master… But what we learned from Gabi and Rivki will accompany us and our children forever.”

This week, the couple completed their conversion and remarried in a truly kosher Jewish ceremony at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hevron, on the first anniversary of the murder of their friends and spiritual guides, Gabi and Rivky.

The couple’s three children also have new names as well: Sarah, Shmuel Gavriel, and Sharonah Rivka, in memory of the matriarch Sarah, wife of Abraham, and to forever keep alive the memories of Gabi and Rivky Holtzberg.


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Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks’ pre-Selichot address

Have you ever wondered what Professor Ludwig Guttmann (the founder of the Paralympic Games), Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur have in common? Watch the Chief Rabbi’s inspirational pre-Selichot address to find out. The Chief Rabbi delivered his address ahead of the Choral Midnight Selichot with The Shabbaton Choir on Motzei Shabbat 8th September 2012 at Hampstead Synagogue.

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Famiglia Ebraica – Famiglia Mista 2012 | 07 Intervento di R. Jarach

14.3.2012 Milano. Serata organizzata dal Rabbinato Centrale. Roberto Jarach, Presidente della Comunità Ebraica di Milano, interviene dal pubblico e concorda con rav Arbib sulla necessità di affrontare qualsiasi tematica anche scottante senza tabù e lo ringrazia per la chiarezza e la tempestività dei suoi i

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Rav Dovid Feinstein for

30.07.2015 One of the leading Rabbis of the genration, Rav Feinstein, endorses, the world’s largest Jewish Community.

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French Jews Fear Far Right: Europe’s largest Jewish community concerned by rise of Le Pen

The Socialist government has launched a cultural battle against the National Front, which it considers to be a danger for the French Republic, a point of view shared by the Jewish community, which sees in the rise of the Far Right a painful reminder of the 1930s which saw Hitler come to power.

“גם אם אני צריך למות,” הוא הפציר, “תן לי למות בכבוד, זה כל מה שאני מבקש.

27.07.2015 אורלי וגיא, ערוץ 10 27/7/15 סערת הנער שמתנגד לטיפול נגד סרטן: “תנו למות בשקט. בואו תפגינו בשבילי למען שחרורי מהטיפולים בכפייה”. הנער אומר: “עם ישראל היקרים, אני מבקש מכל מי שיכול לבוא להפגין כאן, בכניסה לבית החולים רמב”ם בחיפה, לגבי הטיפול בכפייה שרוצים לעשות לי וכל מי שיש לו אפשרות לבוא, שיבוא ויפגין כאן, שלא ייתנו לי טיפול כפייתי באזיקים. גם אם אני צריך למות, תנו לי למות בכבוד. זו כל הבקשה שלי”. א’ בן ה- 16 שברח מבית החולים כיוון שסירב לקבל טיפולים כימותרפיים ממחלת הסרטן פונה לציבור ומבקש ממנו להפגין איתו נגד החזקתו בכפייה. כתבנו אלי לוי מדווח, כי כל בקשתו היא לאפשר לו לחזור לביתו, למשפחתו ולחבריו, ולנהל חיים נורמליים בלי טיפולים. — ההפגנה היא היום בשעה 18:00 ברחבת בית חולים רמב”ם חיפה. אתם בעצם קוראים לציבור לבוא ולהפגין למען מה? עורך דין אפרים דמרי: בקשתו של הנער, זה מכיוון שהוא עבר ועדיין רוצים להעביר אותו טיפולים כימותרפיים בכפייה. זאת אומרת עצם הטיפול שלו בבית החולים הוא במסגרת צו של בית המשפט, בהוראת שופט לטפל בו בכפייה מוחלטת. זאת אומרת לא נתנו לו את זכות הבחירה או לא שמעו אותו. המערכת הייתה מאוד אטומה בכל מה שקרה סביב הנער הזה. הזעקה שלו: “בואו תשמיעו את קולכם במקומי”. — אגב, אני חושב שברור לכולם שטיפול כימותרפי בכפייה לא יכול להתנהל כי זה טיפול ארוך טווח. זאת אומרת זה לא טיפול חד פעמי שאפשר לטשטש אותו. עו”ד דמרי: בגלל התערבות התקשורת. עד לפני שהתערבתם העניקו לו את הטיפול בכפייה. אני אומר את זה בשם המשפחה. — אתה טוען שבזכות המהומה התקשורתית הופסקו הטיפולים בכפייה? עו”ד דמרי: בוודאי. — איזה טיפול בכפייה כבר היה? עו”ד דמרי: כל מהלך הטיפול של החודש וחצי האחרונים הכימותרפיים, הוא כבר עבר שני סדרות של טיפולים וזה הטיפול השלישי הסדרה השלישית בטיפול, כי הטיפולים האחרונים הצליחו חלקית. — והוא לא רוצה להמשיך את זה כי זה עשה לו דברים נוראיים? עו”ד דמרי: מה ששבר את הנער עצמו שבעקבות הטיפול האחרון לפני שבוע וחצי בערך, הוא קיבל כנראה מנה גדושה של חומר והוא איבד את הכרתו והוא אושפז במחלקה לטיפול נמרץ בבית החולים רמב”ם בחיפה. לאחר שייצבו את מצבו החזירו אותו חזרה לאותו חדר ורצו להמשיך בטיפול כרגיל. — האם הוא מבין שאם הוא לא יקבל טיפול כימותרפי כפי שאומרים הרופאים הוא יכול לסיים את חייו, הוא הבין את המשמעות של זה? עו”ד דמרי: הוא מבין אבל הוא גם מבין דבר אחד שהסיכוי להירפא מהטיפול לדבריהם של אותם רופאים הוא נמוך מ- 50%.

Rachmastrivkah Rebbe in Australia -Tamuz 5775

07.07.2015 Rachmastrivkah Rebbe in Australia -Tamuz 5775

Rabbi Nachum Muschel Levaya (Funeral)

06.07.2015 Funeral services for Rabbi Nachum Muschel, of blessed memory. Held in ASHAR (Adolph Schreiber Hebrew Academy of Rockland) on 18 Tammuz 5775 | July 5, 2015. Rabbi Muschel, the longtime dean of HIROC/ASHAR in Monsey, New York, passed away at the age of 90, leaving behind a remarkable legacy, including generations of students and families who credit him with significantly changing, impacting, and in some cases saving their lives. Funeral video: Master of Ceremonies – Yoni Muschel, grandson 0:00 – Tehillim and Introductory remarks from Rabbi Ari Jacobson, Menahel of ASHAR 3:30 – Tehillim recited by Rabbi Shmuel Goldin, Rabbi Yechiel Shaffer, and Jeremy Muschel 7:42 – Hakarat Hatov (expressions of gratitude) from Elizabeth Muschel, daugher-in-law 10:25 – Hesped (eulogy) from Dr. Michael Muschel, son 35:00 – Hesped from Moshe (David) Muschel, son 42:55 – Hesped from Dr. Felix Glaubach, mechutan (in-law) 47:10 – Hesped from Esther Muschel, daughter-in-law 53:50 – Hesped from Meyer Muschel, son 1:11:58 – Hesped from Binyamin Muschel, grandson 1:25:17 – Hesped from Avi Muschel, grandson 1:36:09 – Hesped from Shani Muschel, granddaughter-in-law 1:41:43 – Hesped from Marc Muschel, grandson 1:48:42 – Hesped from Justin Muschel, grandson 1:50:23 – Hesped from Eli Muschel, grandson 1:53:58 – Hesped from Cayla Muschel, granddaughter 1:58:52 – Kel Maleh Rachamim (Lord full of Mercy) recited by Rabbi Yaakov Tendler

Eden Har’el – From MTV to Buddha to Judaism


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Visiting Gedolei Hador with Rabbi Moshe Tuvia Lieff with Ohr Somayach Mentor’s Mission 2015

05.07.2015 BNEI BRAK, ISRAEL – EDITORIAL NEWS VIDEO Accompanied by Rabbi Moshe Tuvia Lieff, delegates of the Ohr Somayach Mentors Mission had the zechus of hearing divrei bracha and chizuk from HaRav Aharon Leib Shteinman and They also had the zechus of participating and discussing fascinating shaylas posed by Pirchei children on record for over half an hour with HaRav Yitzchak Zilberstein. ©2015 Yeshiva World News – All Rights Reserved

American Friends of Lubavitch (Chabad) Washington, DC Annual Benefit Event 2015 -5775

11.06.2015 American Friends of Lubavitch (Chabad) Annual Benefit Event Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium – Washington, DC June 9, 2015 — 22 Sivan 5775

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Chabad of Naples Partner Project – The 4th Annual Celebration 5.14.2015

04.06.2015 On 5.14.2015, “The Partners” gathered in our Social Hall to recognize the more than 300 families who, like you, continue to support our ongoing operations. This year’s event served, not only kosher sushi, but also a palatable variety of kosher pizzas, baked by the Personal Pizza Chef of Naples. Among the pizzas were some specialty items that were gluten free. In addition, back by popular demand – famous chocolatier, Norman Love, again created special treats just for our Partners. Our ‘Engine’, that helps drive us forward into the future, is made up of that wonderfully generous and dependable group of people known as “The Partners”. We are so grateful and appreciative of all our Chabad Naples & Preschool Partners. Thank you all so much.

To Life, L’Chaim #235 – Chabad Rabbi Zevi Schtroks

02.06.2015 1. W/S Museum interior 2. C/U Sign on box “Are there still Jews in Germany?” 3. SOT, Jay Weissberg, volunteer: “Too often in Jewish museums around the world … Rabbi Minkowicz’s Weekly Torah Lesson: A Place Where Life’s Most Difficult Questions Are Answered… Parshat TOLDOT This week the Rabbi answers the … Chabad Drug Rehab members discuss how much Chabad has changed their lives.

The Big Iftar : Muslims observe Ramadan in Jewish synagogue.

26.06.2015 What better way to bring people together than over food? A project which aims to encourage community cohesion between different faiths is taking place during the month of Ramadan Called the Big Iftar, the initiative encourages people of all backgrounds to break the fast after sunset with Muslims. This year’s iftars, as they’re known, are being hosted by mosques, churches and synagogues across the country.Shabnam Mahmood went to one of them at the Alyth (pron AY-LITH) Synagogue in Golders Green in North West London to find out more. CLICK HERE to subscribe to BBC Urdu :

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Hiloula Jews on the land of Morocco الهيلولة.. حج اليهود على أرض ا

Jews in Tehran, Iran

Iranian Jews to Israel: Our National Idenity is Not for Sale

Synagogues of Tehran – کنیساهای تهران – בתי כנסת בטהראן, איראן

Limmud FSU launch exhibit on 25 years of Soviet aliya

07.06.2015 Exhibit also tells story of worldwide campaigns, protests and demonstrations in the US, Israel and elsewhere in order to secure the release of the Jews from the former Soviet Union.

Historic Coex Through the Eyes of a Director from Morocco

08.06.2015 Moroccan film director Kamal Hachkar returned to his birthplace, Tinghir in the Atlas Mountains, to search out a “missing piece” of his own past – the town’s Jewish community. Most of the ancient Jewish community of Morocco left between the creation of Israel in 1948 and Morocco’s independence in 1956.

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Jewish Youths From India on a Visit to Israel

11.06.2015 Birthright Israel is celebrating its 15th anniversary with a half a million participants, including 22 youngsters from the Jewish community of India. A dwindling minority in their country, they see Israel as their possible home. Shahar Peled reports

Музыкальная традиция евреев Индии / Songs of Indian Jews

15.05.2015 Концерт Анны Гофман, Геннадия Лаврентьева и Дмитрия Игнатова в рамках вечера “Индийские евреи” (20.04.2015). Проект Тексты песен и другие материалы вечера доступны на сайте “Эшколот”:

Yemenite synagogue restored in Shiloach


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Motzei Shavuos 5775 In Satmar KJ

28.05.2015 Motzei Shavuos 5775 In Satmar KJ

Brooklyn family keeps Latino Jewish traditions alive

Chabad and Lag BaOmer



From Wikipedia Matthew Paul Miller (born June 30, 1979),[citation needed] known by his Hebrew and stage name Matisyahu (“Gift of God”), is an American reggae rapper and alternative rock musician. Matisyahu at the Roskilde Festival in 2006. Matisyahu performing live at the Republik Music Festival in Honolulu, Hawaii. June 8, 2014 Known for blending Orthodox Jewish themes with reggae, rock and hip hop beatboxing sounds, Matisyahu’s 2005 single “King Without a Crown” was a Top 40 hit in the United States.[2] Since 2004, he has released four studio albums as well as two live albums, two remix CDs and two DVDs featuring live concerts. In addition, Matisyahu played the role of Tzadok in The Possession, a supernatural horror film directed by Ole Bornedal and co-produced by Sam Raimi. Through his career, Matisyahu has worked withBill Laswell, reggae producers Sly & Robbie, and Kool Kojak.  Photos by Wikipedia Read More Button--orange

“An Acoustic Evening With Matisyahu” Full Concert Live – London

14.01.2015 Full Live Concert “An Acoustic Evening with Matisyahu” Recorded live December 23, 2012 @ O2 Academy – London, UK Produced, Directed and Edited by Jay Lawrence 00:56 – I Will Be Light 5:13 – Sunshine 8:35 – Dispatch the Troops 12:56 – Jerusalem 17:21 – Crossroads 23:24 – Darkness Into Light 30:20 – King Without A Crown 37:07 – Live Like A Warrior/Fast Car (Tracy Chapman Cover) 42:53 – Running Away (Bob Marley Cover) 49:36 – Searchin/Heart of Gold (Neil Young Cover) 1:03:18 – One Day/ No Woman No Cry (Bob Marley Cover) 1:11:21 – I Believe In Love 1:14:23 – So High So Low

TJC’s Jewish News Week in Review: May 8, 2015

07.05.2015 Ethiopian-Israelis protest against racism; Netanyahu’s remarks to the Ethiopian IDF soldier who was a victim of police brutality that was caught on tape; Israeli legislation regarding ultra-Orthodox communities is rolled back as incentive for haredi parties to join Netanyahu’s coalition government; Meredith Ganzman explores the Jewish history of New York’s famed Algonquin Hotel; and a preview of Steven I. Weiss’ Up Close interview with Vanderbilt professor Amy-Jill Levine, author of “Short Stories by Jesus: The Enigmatic Parables of a Controversial Rabbi.”

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08.05.2015 Pictures + Rabbi Pe’er Teachings + More Pictures! L’Chaim! CPY Chabad Persian Youth

Lag Ba’omer 2015: the Torah parade in Tsfat

06.05.2015 תהלוכת ספר התורה בל”ג בעומר תשע”ה מבית עבו בצפת לכיכר המגינים, בדרכה לתחנה המרכזית בצפת. The unual parade of the Torah in Tsfat (Israel) from the Abu residence to Hameginim square, on their way to Tsfat central station.


06.05.2015 Gal Einai en Español desde Israel # 33 – Semana 5 día 5 LOS 50 MATICES DE LA LUZ

Recap of the year at Chabad at ASU

06.05.2015 A recap of the year at Chabad at ASU – Seniors Farewell BBQ – 2015

שירי טיולים ומפעלים

השומר הצעיר

ערוץ היוטיוב הרשמי של תנועת הנוער השומר הצעיר.

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Chabad of Fairfield Building Campaign Kick Off

05.05.2015 Video highlighting the Rebbe’s humorous push to constantly push further and Chabad of Fairfield’s building campaign.

Rykestrasse Synagogue Berlin 06, Ma Tovu, Cantor Alberto Mizrahi, Cantors Assembly

Cantor Alberto Mizrahi, Anshei Emet Synagogue, Chicago, Illinois, on Thursday June 28, 2012 at the Rykestrasse Synagogue, Berlin, Germany.

Munich Herkulessaal 20, You’ll Never Walk Alone (Carousel), Cantor Alberto Mizrahi

Cantor Alberto Mizrahi sings: You’ll Never Walk Alone (Carousel) by Rodgers and Hammerstein, July 4 2012 at the Munich Herkulessaal. Cantor’s Assembly Mission to Germany and Israel Fourth of July Concert, “From Mahler to Mack the Knife”

Alberto Mizrahi “El mole rachamim”

Alberto Mizrahi singt “El mole rachamim” “Herr,voller Barmherzigkeit” Andor Izsàk, Orgel St. Michaeliskirche Hamburg, Mai 1997

Cantor Alberto Mizrahi – “Nessun dorma”

Russian Shabbaton # 6 Melaveh Malkah Concert of Gad Elbaz

22.02.2015 2015 , Sixth Russian Shabbaton. Stamford CT. Video Clip from Melaveh Malkah Concert of Jewish Star – Gad Elbaz

Upshernish Jewish Traditional Hair Cutting Ceremony

A deeper explanation: Major mystic acts on the physical plane of human existence are defining milestones that imprint on the life of a Jew. At birth, the Holy Act of Circumcision brings him into a covenant with the heritage of Abraham. The Kabalah explains that many “evil forces” hover around a developing baby and toddler, the so-called “evil eye”, and that the way to confound these forces is to leave the natural growth of hair untouched, and thus the gender of the toddler is disguised. At precisely the Third Year the hair is cut short (Opshernish), and the child, who during his last two years heard comments like “what a cute girl !”, and “what is it, a boy or a girl?”, is now given a Kipah and Tzit-tzit, and asked “What are you, a boy or a girl?” He looks in the mirror and responds: I AM A BOY ! At this moment, Gender Definition and Identification takes solid root in his consciousness. He is truly a boy now, in the eyes of his family and friends. (The female child, according to Jewish mystical awarenes, is bestowed a soul that functions in a higher spiritual domain, and is not beset with the “confounding” forces attacking her gender. She tends to grow in femeninity and identifies solidly with her mother.) The importance of this milestone cannot be underestimated for the Jewish community! (His next milestone will be at the Thirteenth Year, when Responsability for his Actions is established in his consciousness.) If you would like more information visit or if you live near Dix Hills, Long Island visit

Edirne Grand Synagogue

Taglit-Birthright Israel with Sachlav IsraelontheHouse

10 horas caminando por Montevideo siendo judío – 10 hours walking in Montevideo as a Jew

29.04.2015 El Rabino Mendy Shemtov fue invitado a ser filmado durante 10 horas caminando por Montevideo. Rabbi Mendy Shemtov was invited to be recorded while walking 10 hours in Montevideo. Estos son los resultados/These are the results Realizado por: Nicolás Lejtreger, Ari Kaplan, Ali Kaplan, Mendy Shemtov.

VP Biden Quotes Lubavitcher Rebbe at New American Jewish History Museum

Philadelphia, PA – Drawn by the chance to celebrate 350 years of American Jewish history at the newest addition to the most historic square mile in the nation’s first capital, hundreds of people from across the country descended on Philadelphia last month, to hear Vice President Joseph Biden announce that a new museum’s Jewish stories were, in fact, manifestations of distinctly American ideals. “In telling the story of the American Jewish experience, this museum in my view, tells the story of America’s identity,” Biden said Sunday at festivities in front of the new $150 million home of the National Museum of American Jewish History. In hailing the contributions of a host of American Jews, Biden — a Scranton, Pa., native who represented neighboring Delaware in the U.S. Senate before ascending to the White House — quoted from a diary entry written by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, upon his 1940 departure from Lisbon, Portugal, and much-awaited arrival in the United States. The diary page is on permanent display in the museum’s “Only in America” exhibit, along with two other items connected to the Chabad-Lubavitch leader. The Rebbe taught that “every living thing, and especially living persons, must not remain static, but [they are] expected to grow from strength to strength,” stated Biden, they “must always add even if [they have] already achieved good things and holy things. [They] should never be satisfied with what was achieved yesterday, no matter how perfect or good it was.” Adding that the museum, “gives all of us the opportunity to make sure that we don’t remain static,” the Vice President emphasized that more can always be done to perfect the world. at Mark 9:07. quotes the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Credit: National Museum of American Jewish History

בית חבד לדוברי רוסית בישראל Бейт-Хабад

Chabad of Fairfield Building Campaign


Music Video You Are My Home

Music Video for The Gan Yisroel Song You Are My home Lyics: Zalmy Schreiber Vocals: Zalmy Schreiber, Avremy Kievman, Aron Kogen, Mendel Kaplen

Intro For First Time Campers At Gan Yisroel NY

Remembering Bezalel Part 1

Remembering the contributions that Charles Goldstein (Bezalel) made to starting the largest Yeshiva in the world, in Lakewood NJ. He helped bring Rav Aaron Kotler to Lakewood and donated his library of Sforim to the Yeshiva to start its library. Beth Medrash Gevorah placed a plaque outside the library to commemorative these events. Rav Aaron Kotler (grandson of Rav Aaron Kotler gave the Goldstein family an extensive tour of all of the developing campuses of the Yeshiva as well as the main buildings…….This is part 1 of two parts.

Remembering Bezalel Part 2 / History Of Lakewood Yeshiva, BMG

Presidential Candidate Rand Paul Speaks with Torah UMesorah – VIDEO BY HILLEL ENGEL

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Rabbi David Fine


Breakfast At Nepal Chabad House Monday Morning

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2015-03-15 Chabad of Weston – A Jewish Community in Exile

25.04.2015 3/15/2015 A Jewish Community in Exile presented by Chabad of Weston. Guest speaker Rabbi Shalom Gopin – Chief Rabbi Eastern Ukraine. Chabad of Weston, Rabbi Yisroel Spalter – Director


Chabad Center in Nepal a Crisis Hub After Massive Earthquake

More than 2,200 killed, with thousands injured and missing as aftershocks continue

Kathmandu TV-Show Best Moments קטמנדו

Watch the funniest and most emotional scenes of season one of the brand new tv-show Kathmandu. Please comment and let me know what you think and if you’d like me to make another one for the soon-to-be-released season 2!

Torah Celebration in Memory of George Abboudi- Chabad House Kathmandu Nepal- Family Travel Blog

A Frum Survivor Tells Her Story Publicly – For the First Time

25.03.2015 Like JCW on Facebook:… Every survivor of child sexual abuse has a story. Most are untold. On 3/22/15, in front of a large Los Angeles crowd, Sima Yarmush publicly told her story. For the first time. For an image and information about her abuser click here: Sima represents a wave of a new generation in the religious community that will no longer tolerate silence and cover ups. This is her full uncut speech at the Jewish Community Watch event in Los Angeles 3/22/15. Support survivors! Support JCW! Tell your story! We are listening! Show support by liking and sharing this video! Video produced by: Mendy Pellin Media

Brooklyn Landlords Arrested for Allegedly Forcing Out Rent Stabilized Tenants

16.04.2015 JewsOnTelevision BUSHWICK – A pair of Brooklyn brothers accused of forcing long-term rent-stabilized tenants out of their apartments was arrested and arraigned today. District Attorney Ken Thompson says that brothers Joel and Aaron Israel destroyed their tenants’ apartments and made them unlivable, forcing the tenants out of their rent-stabilized homes. Thompson says that the two landlords destroyed the apartments so that they could put them on the market at much higher rates. He says that the tenants in the Israels’ building on Linden Street were living in horrible conditions. “Our landlord destroyed our kitchen and bathroom,” said tenant Michelle Crespo. “For 18 months, we had to use other people’s bathrooms, including public facilities as well.” Both men pleaded not guilty in court. The judge ordered a $50,000 cash bail for Joel Israel and a $25,000 cash bail for Aaron Israel. They are due back in court on June 18.

Mob In Beit Shemesh Screams NAZI At Charedi Soldie

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Crazy April Thunder and Hail Storm in Jerusalem 2015 הסערה רעם וברד המטורף בניסן בירושלים

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המתנחל עונת הבחירות – חנוך דאום מתנחל אצל זהבה גלאון

08.02.2015 חנוך דאום מתנחל בבית של זהבה גלאון, יו״ר מרצ. המתנחל – עונת הבחירות, כל יום ראשון מיד אחרי גב האומה, בערוץ 10

אלי וקנין – אמא

מחרוזת מגרבית


J’en ai marre / אנא מא נווית פרקהו * מייק קרוצ’י

02.04.2015 J’en ai marre / אנא מא נווית פרקהו * מייק קרוצ’י

Israel Jerusalem Mea Shearim מאה שערים‎

A throwback to older times. Mea Shearim ( מאה שערים‎) is one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem. The quarter was established in 1874 and was surrounded by a wall . The community created a list of regulations to preserve a religious atmosphere. Mea Shearim today remains an insulated neighborhood with ultra cv population.

Satmar Kuf Alef Kislev NYS Armory 5772-2011

Exclusive: Satmar Kuf Alef Kislev 2013 | כ”א כסלו ב’סאטמאר תשע”ד ניו יארק סטעיט ארמארי

The 21st day of Kislev is celebrated annual by Satmar chasidim worldwide as the day R’ Yoel Teitelbaum Zt’l the founder of Satmar Chasidis in America, escaped from Hungary and this year marks the 67th anniversary of the Grand Rebbe’s escape from the Nazis. R’ Teitelbaum was among over 1600 people who were transported out of Hungary by train due to the efforts of Rudolf Kastner, one of the leaders of Budapest’s Vaadat Ezra V’Hatzalah, who brokered a deal with Adolph Eichmann to let the passengers leave in exchange for a large sum of money, diamonds and gold. While Eichmann reneged on the deal and had the train sent to Bergen Belsen, the train was finally released after four months of negotiations and the passengers finally obtained their freedom when they arrived in Switzerland. כ”א כסלו יום ההצלה של כ”ק מרן הרה”ק בעל הדברי יואל מסאטמאר זיע”א מציפורני הנאצים ימ”ש התאספו רבבות חסידי סאטמאר מכל רחבי ארה”ב בראשות כ”ק אדמו”ר מסאטמאר שליט”א לציין ולהודות לה’ יתברך על חסדו הגדול


est un minhag séfarade consistant à célébrer la cuisson de la première pâte cuite avec du levain (‘hametz) à l’issue de Pessa’h. Comme l’ensemble des fêtes juives, la Mimouna commence à la sortie des étoiles et se termine au coucher du soleil le lendemain.

מימונה מחרוזת “אהלאן וסהלאן” להקת שפתיים

מימונה מחרוזת “אהלאן וסהלאן” להקת שפתיים לאתר ד’אר דייאלנה: לפייסבוק ד’אר דייאלנה: חג המימונה-מנהגי החג במרוקו: יש כמה עדויות המוכיחות את קיום המימונה כבר במאה ה- 18 ואפילו קודם. הרב יוסף בן נאים זצ”ל,מרבני פאס,נתן בספרו ארבע טעמים לחג: א.”מימונה”-מאמינים,בניסן נגאלו ובניסן עתידים להיגאל . ב.בארבעה פרקים העולם נידון:בפסח על התבואה.אי לזאת מביאים שיבולים ומברכים עליהם ונוהגים מפרי הארץ ומטובה. ג.שמחת הרגל אינה שלמה בחג שאין משלימים את ההלל,ולכן בא חג המימונה להשלים את שמחת החג. ד.באסרו חג פסח נפטר רבי מימון,אביו של הרמב”ם ומאחר שאין הולכים להילולה בחודש ניסן,באה המימונה כעין תחליף להילולה. לעוד מידע על חג המימונה כנסו לאתר ד’אר דייאלנה:


מימונה מחרוזת “הלאלה מימונה” – להקת קזבלנקה

מימונה מחרוזת “לאלה מימונה” להקת קזבלנקה לפייסבוק ד’אר דייאלנה: חג המימונה-מנהגי החג במרוקו: יש כמה עדויות המוכיחות את קיום המימונה כבר במאה ה- 18 ואפילו קודם. הרב יוסף בן נאים זצ”ל,מרבני פאס,נתן בספרו ארבע טעמים לחג: א.”מימונה”-מאמינים,בניסן נגאלו ובניסן עתידים להיגאל . ב.בארבעה פרקים העולם נידון:בפסח על התבואה.אי לזאת מביאים שיבולים ומברכים עליהם ונוהגים מפרי הארץ ומטובה. ג.שמחת הרגל אינה שלמה בחג שאין משלימים את ההלל,ולכן בא חג המימונה להשלים את שמחת החג. ד.באסרו חג פסח נפטר רבי מימון,אביו של הרמב”ם ומאחר שאין הולכים להילולה בחודש ניסן,באה המימונה כעין תחליף להילולה. לעוד מידע על חג המימונה כנסו לאתר ד’אר דייאלנה בקישור מעל. תרבחו ותסעדו !

La communauté juive beglo-marocaine fête la Mimouna – Maghreb TV

Le Rabin Guigui, Maurice Tal et les membres de la communauté juive belgo-marocaine fêtent la Mimouna à Bruxelles.

MIMOUNA | Colorful Traditional | North African Jewish Celebration |

Celebrating MIMOUNA, Hosted by Zaavah & Kobi Atias. The mimona is a colorful traditional North African Jewish celebration held the day after Passover. It marks the start of spring and the return to eating chametz, i.e., leavened bread and bread by-products, which are forbidden throughout the week of Passover. Some believe the source of the name is Maimon, the father of the Rambam, Rabbi Moshe Ben Maimon, and the Mimouna marks the date of his birth or death. resent research by Yigal Bin-Nun , provide another point of view – relic to a paganism ritual to ladyluck Mimouna is also the name for the seasonal change and its festival in tribal languages in northern Mali and Mauritania from which the custom may also have originated

Chabad Israeli Center Bar Mitzvah – Leor

05.04.2015 Chabad Israeli Center Bar Mitzvah – Leor Bar Mitzvah coverage by IsaacImage Toronto Wedding Photography Studio. Klezmer music performance by

A Bar Mitzvah in Colorado Springs

Rabbi Moshe Liberow moved to Colorado Springs to establish a Chabad Jewish Center. His son Mendy who just turned 13 is celebrating his Bar Mitzvah. This video shows the experience of being a chabad shliach,becoming a bar mitzavh, and what it all means. VIDEO BY CJ STUDIOS 718.781.6405

“Две половины одного целого” лекция р. Хилеля Хаимова.mp4

Kaykov TV Presents lecture by Rabbi Hillel Khaimov “Two halves of one whole ” in Bukharian language May 14, 2012. @ Bukharian Jewish Center Camera: Grigoriy & Roman Kaykov Editing: Roman Kaykov

Ester: Real story (promo)

В моей жизни назревает что-то грандиозное – пытаюсь определить и не могу…Высвобождение из тесных пеленок? Примерка еще не подогнанного по размеру нового “я”? Перелет из былой реальности в смежную? Может быть, вы сможете сформулировать точнее, если увидите и услышите самую правдивую историю Эстер, изложенную в фильме обо мне. Для всех желающих помочь этому фильму состояться – горячая ссылка:

Lecture Esther Segal

Канал Эстер Сегаль,,,,,Esther Segal

VIDEO: Hatzolah Working On Trampled Victims At Levaya Of Rav Wosner

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rav wozner.wmv Kupat Ha’ir The Tzedaka of the Gedolei Yisroel

Ruchama Clapman


Koson Nichum Avelim – Nisan 5775

31.03.2015 Koson Nichum Avelim – Nisan 5775

Highlights Of The Tenth Siyum Hashas Of Daf Yomi – September 28,1997

01.06.2014 ©2014 The Gedolim Gallery – All Rights Reserved Some highlights from the national celebration of the Tenth Siyum Hashas of Daf HaYomi. The celebrations took place on Sunday, September 28, 1997 at the Madison Square Garden, Nassau Coliseum and throughout many cities worldwide.

Zamir Choral Foundation

Tzaddik KaTamar – Louis Lewandowski – HaZamir Festival 2015 31.03.2015 The 2015 HaZamir Tutti Ensemble singing Tzaddik Katamar (from Psalm 92; Mizmor Shir L’yom HaShabbat), composed by Louis Lewandowski, at the HaZamir Gala Concert in 2015, conducted by Guest Conductor Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer and Matthew Lazar, Founder & Director of the Zamir Choral Foundation Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center HaZamir: The International High School Choir is a project of the Zamir Choral Foundation, Soloist(s) are [Soloist name] of [Chapter]. HaZamir: The International High School Choir is a project of the Zamir Choral Foundation,

Meyer Seewald: (Full Speech) ”Why I Founded Jewish Community Watch”

Jewish Community Watch is an organization dedicated toward the eradication of child sexual abuse within the orthodox Jewish community. As a victim advocacy group and community awareness center, JCW provides information to community members relating to accused predators as well as providing training and resources for survivors and their families. Meyer Seewald, Director of JCW, recounted his story and reasons for creating the organization. There is a growing new wave of people in our community that are standing with us to support the victim and prevent future victims. Join us by sharing this video and ‘LIKE’ing us on Facebook:

Witness Who Called 911 Describes Fatal Fire Horror Where 7 Siblings Died

25.03.2015 03.24.2015 Brooklyn,NY

Chabad Naples Sanctuary Restoration

26.03.2015 Chabad Naples Sanctuary Restoration (239) 262-4474

Brooklyn Leaders Emphasize Fire Safety As Jewish Community Mourns

24.03.2015 In the wake of a tragic fire that killed seven children this past weekend, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said Monday night Brooklyn needs to have its own burn center

R’ Gavriel Sassoon Gives YWN Edited Version of ‘Cry No More’ Recording Without Kol Isha

25.03.2015 The attached audio / video has been given to YWN by R’ Gavriel Sassoon, and has been edited of all Kol Isha. Last Year on Chanukah the entire Sassoon family gathered in a music studio, and recorded themselves singing Yaakov Shwekey’s “Cry No More”. Mr. Sassoon was distraught after learning that the audio with his wife and daughters singing had gone viral, and made sure that a new version was edited in a music studio today. The audio was subsequently given to YWN to share. Listen to the song as it takes on a whole new meaning in light of recent events…. ©2015 Yeshiva World News – All Rights Reserved

Nets Hold Moment Of Silence For Sassoon Children

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Levaya of Sassoon Family in Boro Park

22.03.2015 Levaya of Sassoon Family in Boro Park

Kevurah of the Sassoon Children


Chief Rabbis at Sassoon Levayah


PJ Library is a Jewish engagement program

PJ Library is a Jewish engagement program implemented on a local level throughout North America. We mail free, high-quality Jewish children’s literature and music to families across the continent on a monthly basis. Visit today!

Chabad’s Gala 20, Part 1

Chabad’s Gala 20, Part 2

12.02.2015 Chabad-Lubavitch of Greater Boynton – Beis Menachem celebrated two decades of Jewish Community Building aboard The Luxury Yacht Catalina, paying Tribute to Chabad’s Newest Founders; Hans & Susan Klein and robert & Mindy Licht.

Chabad of Palm Beach Gardens Inaugural Gala Video March 22 2015

Chabad 30 Year Anniversary Honoring Rabbi Chaim & Rivkie Block

23.03.2015 Chabad Center for Jewish Life & Learning Annual L’chaim Event

Chabad PBG building Dedication in memory of Devorah Krinsky obm

23.03.2015 Devorah Krinsky, Rabbi Dovid and Chana Vigler

Freshmen Tannenbaum Chabad Review 2015


Chabad in Israel

23.02.2015 Chabad of Princeton University Spring Break, March 2014

++++,,,Legislator Wieder giving his remarks before the full Rockland County Legislature 3/16/15


Shas Campaign in Har Nof on Israeli Election Day קמפיין הבחירות של ש”ס בנוף הר

17.03.2015 Israeli Elections

MK Gafni Speaks At Yahadut Hatorah Victory

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Bnei Emunim Hachnosas Sefer Torah For Children – Adar 5775

17.03.2015 Bnei Emunim Hachnosas Sefer Torah For Children with several rebbes and rabonim in attendance- Adar 5775

21 Adar 5775 In Lizensk

Reb Shlomele on Reb Elimilech from Lizensk

13.03.2015 Reb Shlomo Carlebach on Reb Elimilech mlizensk

Levayah Of The Radmishla Rov R’ Chuna Heilpern Zt”l In Israel 28 Shevat 5775


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BBC My Life, My Religion 4 Judaism

Judaism – My Life, My Religion Episode 4 of 5 – What does it mean to be Jewish? 11-year-old Charlie explains his religion of Judaism in this Learning Zone programme for primary school children.

Charlie is sports mad and thinks the best thing about being Jewish is the food. His family belong to an orthodox synagogue in Manchester. He tries his best to follow the rules of Shabbat, the weekly Jewish day of rest, but admits it can be tempting to switch on his phone and TV. When it comes to the Jewish new year, Rosh Hashanah, he reveals how it feels to be judged by God.

13-year-old Me-Me, short for Amelia, invites the cameras in to her bat mitzvah rehearsal at her Reform synagogue as she prepares to become a Jewish adult. How will she feel about this new chapter of her life?

Meanwhile, ten-year-old Solly and his family recreate Passover Seder night, to remember how the Israelites eventually left slavery in Egypt. Later in the year, he makes traditional Latkas with his mum to celebrate the Jewish Festival of Chanukah.

My Life, My Religion: Judaism is one of a series of programmes aimed at Key Stage 2 Religious Studies

Human Interaction = A Nuclear Impact

Overwhelmed by mounting questions about his work in the rabbinate and Jewish outreach, as well as in his business, Rabbi David Lapin sought advice from the Rebbe.

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Jewish History Rabbi Berel Wein

Uzi Dayan on Sabena Movie


Ex-Prisoner of Zion: I ‘Enjoyed’ Force Feeding



‘SAMUEL-613’ …the tale of a rebellious Hasidic Jew by Billy Lumby

A 23-year-old Hasidic Jew struggles to come to terms with the tension of staying true to tradition, and life as a young man in modern Britain, in Billy Lumby’s short film SAMUEL-613.
—————————————-­—————————–SUBTITLES: עברית, ру́сский, Português, Español, Polski, Deutsch, Italiano, Français and Türkçe

The first fictional film made with the UK’s Hasidic population, including non-professional actors and Yiddish dialogue © 2015.

Yeshiva University

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Irving Berlin: National Museum of American Jewish History

One of the 18 pieces created for permanent exhibit “Only In America”, at the National Museum of American Jewish History.  The installation includes tributes to Steven Spielberg, Barbara Streisand, Golda Meir and Albert Einstein.  Narrated by Aimee Jolson

NMAJH: Louis Brandeis: Interview with Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Narrated by Aimee Jolson One of 18 pieces created for permanent exhibit “Only In America”, at the National Museum of American Jewish History.  The installation includes tributes to Steven Spielberg, Barbara Streisand, Golda Meir and Albert Einstein

National Museum of American Jewish History

National Museum of American Jewish History Grand Opening Gala

National Museum of American Jewish History Wedding

A beautiful wedding ceremony and reception at the National Museum of American Jewish History captured by Uncorked Studios, LLC.

National Museum of American Jewish History Wedding | NMAJH Join Allure Films by Video One Productions for a wedding at the National Museum of American Jewish History.

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Lauren Berkun: “Eshet Hayil – Women Warriors in the Jewish Tradition”

Rabbi Lauren Berkun lectures on “Eshet Hayil – Women Warriors in the Jewish Tradition” at the #HartmanSummer 2014 Community Leadership Retreat in Jerusalem, Israel, July 1, 2014, Shalom Hartman Institute

Shalom Hartman Institute

Shalom Hartman Institute – – is a leading, Israel-based Jewish educational, research and leadership training institute that focuses on pluralistic, progressive, non-denominational approaches to Judaism and seeks to draw the Diaspora closer to Israel. Hartman Institute was founded by Rabbi David Hartman, one of the Jewish world’s leading philosophers and scholars.

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Collecting Jewish Cultural Treasures in a Post-WWII New York Lobby

15.04.2014 During the summer of 1948, only three years after the end of World War II, Ben Stonehill, a man devoted to Jewish culture, recorded recently-arrived Jewish survivors of the war who were temporarily housed in a hotel in upper Manhattan. The singers included men, women, and children. Stonehill collected over a thousand songs of many kinds: joyful as well as sad, mainly in Yiddish but also in Hebrew, Polish, and Russian. These songs are musical testimonies to the resilience of the survivors, a direct link to pre-war Jewish life in Eastern Europe, and a cultural treasure. The music and chatting that went on in between the songs tell not only of the singers’ terrible traumas but also of their hopes, and reflect the sheer pleasure of reconnecting with others through song. In this talk, Isaacs describes the role of the Library of Congress in preserving this unique musical treasure. She plays some of these almost forgotten recordings and talks about the collector, the singers, and their times. Speaker Biography: Miriam Isaacs is retired affiliate visiting associate professor of Yiddish Language and Culture, University of Maryland College Park. She received her Ph.D., M.A. in Linguistics from Cornell University. She is a native speaker of Yiddish and has language skills in English, French, German, Modern Hebrew and Russian. While in residence in the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, Dr. Isaacs worked on her project entitled, “Oral Culture in Transition: The Legacy of the Benjamin Stonehill Collection.”

Der Lambeth hop (The Lambeth Walk in Yiddish)

26.05.2015 This was sung by George Kessler to Ben Stonehill in the Hotel Marsellaise in the summer of 1948. Stonehill was an amateur ethnomusicologist collecting songs from Jews recently released from DP camps. Some of his songs, including this one, can be found at

Benedictine monk converts to Judaism

Converting to Judaism

04.05.2015 Despite the sometimes lengthy and challenging process—and concerns that converted Jews are not “100 percent” Jewish—many converts find fulfillment and a sense of identity in the Jewish faith. According to Shmuly Yanklowitz, an Orthodox rabbi and himself a convert, Judaism will need to become more inclusive and more accepting of converts to survive in the 21st century.

For My Children? Only The Best

29.07.2015 Parents are never satisfied to provide their children with the minimum, or even the average. For their own needs a father or mother might settle for less, but for their children they want only the greatest and the best they can provide. If this is so with food and clothing, which are quite temporary, how much more so when it comes to a child’s spiritual education, which impacts the rest of his or her entire life.

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קליפ – דוד ד’אור ומיכה שטרית – שער פתח דודי

03.06.2015 קליפ מתוך התוכנית “רב אומן” בערוץ הידברות בהנחיית דוד דאור והרב יצחק פנגר. בתוכנית זו מתארח מיכה שטרית וישיר יחד עם דוד דאור את השיר שער פתח דודי

קליפ – דוד ד’אור וגד אלבז – תפילת האב

03.06.2015 קליפ מתוך התוכנית “רב אומן” בערוץ הידברות בהנחיית דוד דאור והרב יצחק פנגר. בתוכנית זו מתארח גד אלבז וישיר יחד עם דוד דאור את השיר תפילת האב

דוד ד’אור והפילהרמונית הישראלית

Jiddische Lieder / Yiddish Songs

History of the Jews in Vancouver

Early Jewish settlers were isolated from established Jewish institutions and communities in eastern Canada and the United States. They were also often isolated from each other, scattered across the Greater Vancouver area. As the local cities developed, the Jewish community also grew and expanded beyond the original business districts to spread throughout the area. While some early Jewish settlers ran farms, poultry operations, and sawmills, most tended to work in merchant industries. Many started as street peddlersand worked their way up to running small stores, a few of which grew into retail empires. read more…From Wikipedia,  Stanton Street Shul on Lower East Side in New York City on National Register of Historic Places in New York City foto wikipedia

Jewish Walking Tour Vancouver presented by Yossilinks & the Jewish Museum & Archives of BC

12.05.2015 May 10, 2015


26.03.2015 Projeto Raizes – Pré lançamento do CD RAIZES/ROOTS de Nicole Borger

The Jewish Week

The Tomb of King David

A photo story about Kever Dovid HaMelech, the tomb of King David on Mt. Zion, Jerusalem, Israel.

The renovations of King David’s Tomb on Mt. Zion; Jerusalem – Completed!!!!

Zahi Shaked. Israeli tour guide צחי שקד. מורה דרך

The Message Of 17 Tammuz

06.07.2015 The prayers for the fast of 17 Tammuz begin: “Permit G-d no silence, until He sets and establishes Jerusalem as the praise of the earth. For with You is the source of life; in Your light we will see light. Our G-d, we are contrite over our actions, we are shamed because of our wrongdoing.” Living Torah Volume 103 Episode 409

akivara papa

Artist & Educator: Director of the Under the Wings (Holocaust) & Sight-seeing with Dignity (human rights) art series for children, youth, young adults & adults. All of the completed Under the Wings, other Holocaust artworks, and all of the Sight-seeing w/ Dignity human rights art series artwork can be viewed in a album (one can also type Akiva Kenny Segan in the fllickr search box).

Moshe Yess – Torah Tziva Lanu Moshe

01.07.2015 Song by Moshe Yess Paintings by: Eduard Gurevich, Boris Shapiro, Boris Dubov. ©

New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival

06.05.2015 Description: At the opening night of the 2014 New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival, awards are presented to filmmaker Kamal Hachkar and poet Erez Bitton, as well as musician Erico Macias. Also featuring conversations with Carole Basri (Associate Producer, Fordham Law School), Sarah Nodjoumi (Film Festival Artistic Director), David Dangoor (Chair, American Sephardi Federation). With Ellie Cohanim.

The king of Yiddish Music: Leo Fuld – Doina

MokumTV clip made in 1995.

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הפרויקט של עידן רייכל – התמכרות The Idan Raichel Project – Live

The Idan Raichel Project – Mon Amour – הפרויקט של עידן רייכל

“Mon Amour” taken from the album “Quarter to Six” מתוך האלבום “רבע לשש” “Mon Amour”

עידן רייכל – שאריות של החיים

השיר היפה הזה של עידן רייכל הפך לאחד השירים המצליחים של השנים האחרונות ולא בכדי. הוא נוגע בהוויית החיים הישראלית כל כך, שכולנו שותפים לה. על קצב החיים התזזיתי שגורם לנו לחיות את הרגע. ועל המחשבות על “מקום אחר, מקום יותר בוער, להתחיל קצת לקלקל ולתקן עוד פעם”

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Iranian & Israeli who make chamber music – BBC News

01.03.2015 Mahan Esfahani and Avi Avital are an unusual musical partnership. Esfahani is Iranian and plays harpsichord, and Avita is a mandolin player from Israel. They started working together in August… Iranian harpsichord player Mahan Esfahani and Israeli mandolin player Avi Avital talk about how a mutual love of Bach brought them together. The pair agree that is it not politics that has… The Iranian and Israeli who make chamber music together BBC News‎ – 6 hours ago Iranian harpsichord player Mahan Esfahani and Israeli mandolin player Avi Avital talk about how a mutual love…

Rachel Weston – London singer of Yiddish and folk

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Ya Ribon Olam – CCJ Nicole Borger August 2013

Nicole Borger Live at CCJ Sao Paulo August 2013

“Volt ikh gehat koyekh” Performed by Nicole Borger and Isra-Alien

Performance on live national TV in Sao Paulo of the song “Volt ikh gehat koyekh”. Performed by Nicole Borger and Isra-Alien. Includes verses in Yiddish, English and Portuguese.

Tzigainer Meidl com Nicole Borger

Tzigainer Meidl com Nicole Borger e Orquestra de Cordas Laetare, sob Direção Artística e Regência de Muriel Waldman. Música Ìdiche de Joseph Rumshinsky. Teatro Arthur Rubinstein, Hebraica/SP. 13 de outubro de 201

Itzhak Perlman Plays Israel Goldfarb’s “Shalom Aleichem.” “יצחק פרלמן, “שלום עליכם

To welcome the angels of the Holy Shabbes.

הארץ המובטחת: חזרה לרעיון להקים מדינה יהודית באוסטרליה

24.06.2015 “למה אבא לא הקים מדינה ליהודים באוסטרליה?”, שואל יוסל ברגנר, ״כי היו שם יותר מדי זבובים״. מלך ראוויטש בכינויו וזכריה ברגנר בשמו, היה פיגורה בסצינת התרבות של יהודי פולין בין שתי המלחמות. ״סופר טוב וצמחוני״, מגדיר אותו בנו בן ה־95. אבל מעבר לעוצמת שורותיו, פיעמה בין רקותיו של ראוויטש תחושת אסון מתרגש. בספר ״עיקר שכחתי״, שכתב יוסל ברגנר עם רות בונדי, מצוטט שיר שפרסם מלך ראוויטש לפני השואה: ״על גדות מימיה של הויסלה בתי עולם יהודיים יצמחו על פני שווקים, סמטאות עיירת, רחבי ערים, במרומי קרת״ (תרגם מיידיש א״ד שפיר) כשגברה האנטישמיות איבד ראוויטש כל אמונה בעתיד יהודי באירופה. ״צאו מפה״, נהג להפציר בחבריו הסופרים בורשה. אחד מהם, אורי צבי גרינברג, סבר שהעתיד בפלשתינה ובכתיבה בעברית. אחר, יצחק בשביס זינגר, הרחיק לניו יורק וגרף נובל לספרות. לצד פואטיקה שוצפת, התרוצצה בראוויטש מעשיות ראויה שחיברה אותו לטריטוריאליסטים. אלה גרסו שאם ציון לא ניתנת למימוש, יש לחתור למציאת מקלט בכל מקום שהוא. בבוקר קיצי ב־1933, כשהוא ממומן על ידי אינטלקטואלים יהודים, חמוש בהיתר רשמי, נושא מכתב של אלברט איינשטיין, השאיר ראוויטש את אשתו ושני ילדיו הקטנים בורשה ויצא מגולח, ענוב ונחוש לחפש את ירושלים החדשה. על פי ״תוכנית קימברלי״, שאת היתכנותה חש לבדוק, יוקצו ליהודים 20 אלף קמ״ר בחבל קימברלי שבצפון־מערב אוסטרליה. נתח האדמה הזה שכן ב״אאוטבק״, החצר הנידחת של אוסטרליה, וגודלו היה כגודלה של ישראל. בשלב הראשון ייושבו בו כ־100 אלף יהודים, בעיקר ממזרח אירופה, שינסו להפריח את השממה.

Yosl Bergner

24.06.2015 Yosl Bergner was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1920 and grew up in Warsaw, Poland. With rampant anti-Semitism in Europe, the Freeland League for Jewish Territorial Colonization was formed in the United States in July 1935, to search for a potential Jewish homeland. Soon afterwards a pastoral firm in Australia offered the League about 16,500 square kilometres (6,400 sq mi) in the Kimberleys, stretching from the north of Western Australia into the Northern Territory. As history showed, the plans went nowhere. But for a time, the Australian idea was at least worth considering. Bergner’s father, Melech Ravitch, became involved in a serious investigation of the Kimberley Plan. In this way the Bergner family moved to Australia. Yosl emigrated to Australia in 1937 and studied in the National Gallery School in Melbourne until the outbreak of War World II. He served for four and a half years in the Australian Army, and later continued his studies at the Art School. In Melbourne from 1937–48, Bergner befriended many of the local artists who now epitomize modern Australian art: Sidney Nolan, Albert Tucker, John Perceval and Arthur Boyd.[1] Adrian Lawlor moved with his wife to a cottage at Warrandyte, an outer suburb of Melbourne, where they lived for 30 years. Bergner was a frequent visitor at their Warrandyte home. All the men socialized together. Bergner encouraged them to go beyond their traditional landscape style and introduced a more radical concern for working families, thus having an important impact on Australian art. Bergner may not have been prepared for the plight of many struggling Australians. Yet he felt a strong connection between the suffering of people everywhere, whether they were the Jews that he remembered from Europe, landless blacks in the heart of Australia or hungry children in inner urban Melbourne. He left Australia in 1948 and after two years of traveling and exhibiting in Paris, Montreal and New York, he settled in Israel. He lived in Safed until moving to Tel Aviv in 1957.

Schindler’s List Theme – Simina Croitoru – Angelys Symphonic Wind Orchestra

Angely`s Symphonic Wind Orchestra Schindler`s List – John Williams ( “Serate Muzicale in Bucuresti 2010″ – ” Ateneul Roman ” Concert Hall

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Suzanne Shepherd: A Gift of Fire

Acclaimed actress, director and teacher, Suzanne Shepherd, gives a master acting class in this trailer for the soon to be released documentary film, “Suzanne Shepherd – A Gift of Fire”. To find out more about this exciting new film, visit

“Morroco – Jazz” – The New Andalusian Orchestra Ashkelon Feat. Omri Mor

מא תאקשי ביא * ריימונד אבקסיס

01.04.2015 מא תאקשי ביא * ריימונד אבקסיס אצולה מרוקאית ריימונד אבקסיס, מייק קרוצ’י, נטע אלקיים מנצח ראשי, מנהל מוסיקלי ומעבד: תום כהן צילום ועריכה אבי נישניבר

SaulBellow.jpgSaul Bellow

From Wikipedia Saul Bellow (10 June 1915 – 5 April 2005) was a Canadian-born American writer. For his literary contributions, Bellow was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize for Literature, and the National Medal of Arts.[1] He is the only writer to win the National Book Award for Fiction three times[2] and he received the Foundation’s lifetime Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters in 1990.[3],,,, Saul Bellow was born Solomon Bellows[9][10] in Lachine, Quebec, two years after his parents, Lescha (née Gordin) and Abraham Bellows,[11] emigrated from Saint Petersburg, Russia. [9][10] Bellow’s family was Lithuanian-Jewish,[12][13] with father born in Vilnius. Bellow celebrated his birthday in June, although he may have been born in July (in the Jewish community, it was customary to record the Hebrew date of birth,,, Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Saul Bellow Interview

Americans For a Safe Israel Visit Arutz Sheva


Teaser for Root Source Class on Way to Jerusalem 13 Apr, 2015 + ▶ ▶ ▶

Yiddish Lessons

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Learn Yiddish at … This is the Unit intro for Unit 1. You can sign up for free online Yiddish lessons. Audio and video help you to develop basic skills to read Yiddish and speak Yiddish. We have some great Jewish culture and Yiddish phrase pages up too.

Itche Goldberg interviewed in YIddish

In this film (83 minutes) in Yiddish , 101-year-old educator, essayist, literary critic, poet, and editor Itche Goldberg discusses his life: his upbringing, schooling in Poland and Canada, his work as an educator and editor and his views as a literary critic. Itche speaks candidly with interviewer Eugene Orenstein of McGill University about the linke shuln (progressive schools), which he helped to shape, and very honestly assesses their strengths and shortcomings. Among other things, he recalls both a conflict with famed anarchist Emma Goldman and “kashering” a Yiddish reader with a photo of Lenin! What emerges is a multi-faceted picture of the world of a man who attended the funeral of the great Yiddish writer I.L. Peretz over 90 years ago and who remained creatively, intellectually and politically active in the Yiddish world until his death at 102! BIOGRAPHY Itche Goldberg (1904-2006) was born in Apt, Poland, and grew up in Warsaw. Since his arrival in Canada in 1920 as a teenager, the name Itche Goldberg has been synonymous with the linke (progressive) Yiddish movement. In 1925 Itche started Yungvelt, Canada’s first secular Jewish children’s camp. In 1932 he moved to New York City and from 1933 until the mid-1970s he was director of the Yiddish schools and cultural programs of the International Workers Order/Jewish People’s Fraternal Order (JPFO).(Beginning in 1953, following the dissolution of the IWO due to McCarthyism, the schools were run by the newly named Service Bureau for Jewish Education.) Itche edited Yidishe Kultur and the children’s magazine Yungvarg. In the 1950s he established the Zhitlowsky Foundation for Jewish Culture. He is the recipient of two major literary awards: Israel’s Itsik Manger Prize in 1985 and the Dovid Hofshteyn Prize in 1990. His latest book Eseyen — Tsvey (Essays — Two) was published in 2006. INTERVIEWER Eugene Orenstein is Associate Professor in the Dept. of Jewish Studies at McGill University where he teaches modern Jewish history and Yiddish literature. He was a student in the Ordn-shuln (schools of the Jewish People’s Fraternal Order) where Itche Goldberg was his teacher. This was the beginning of a lifelong friendship. DIRECTOR Josh Waletzky

‫A Celebration of Yiddish Creativity אַ יום־טובֿ פֿון ייִדישער שאַפֿערישקייט‬

A Celebration of Yiddish Creativity On Sunday, May 5, 2013, the League for Yiddish held a historic program, “A Celebration of Yiddish Creativity,” in honor of the publication of its book, New Yiddish Literature, Afn Shvel Issue # 358-359. The program features: greetings from Prof. David G. Roskies of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America; dramatic readings from the book by actor Hy Wolfe; a discussion on “Prospects for Contemporary Yiddish Writing” with Professors Marc Caplan, Dov-Ber Kerler, and Sheva Zucker; and new Yiddish songs composed and sung by Josh Waletzky. (Those interested will be able to hear the songs when Waletzky’s new CD is released.) The volume being honored (see the cover and excerpts at…) encompasses the work of 30 people writing in Yiddish, ranging from college students to venerable older Yiddish writers, living on four continents and in seven countries. The evening was organized in partnership with the Program in Modern Jewish Studies of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. אַ יום־טובֿ פֿון ייִדישער שאַפֿערישקייט זונטיק, דעם 5טן מײַ 2013, האָט די ייִדיש־ליגע אָפּגעהאַלטן אַן איין־מאָל־אין־אַ־יובֿלדיקער פּראָגראַם, „אַ יום־טובֿ פֿון ייִדישער שאַפֿערישקייט”, לכּבֿוד דעם אַרויסקום פֿון איר ביכל, נײַע ייִדישע ליטעראַטור (אויפֿן שוועל נומ’ 358־359). די פּראָגראַם באַשטייט פֿון: אַ באַגריסונג פֿון פּראָפֿ’ דוד־הירש ראָסקעס פֿון דעם ייִדישן טעאָלאָגישן סעמינאַר; דראַמאַטישע פֿאָרלייענונגען פֿונעם ביכל פֿון אַקטיאָר חיים וואָלף; אַ דיסקוסיע, „פּערספּעקטיוון פֿאַר דער הײַנטצײַטיקער ייִדישער ליטעראַטור, מיט די פּראָפֿעסאָרן מאַרק קאַפּלאַן, דבֿ־בער קערלער און שבֿע צוקער; און נײַע לידער געשריבן און קאָמפּאָנירט פֿון דזשאַש וואַלעצקי. (די לידער וועט מען ערשט קענען הערן ווען וואַלעצקיס נײַ קאָמפּאַקטל קומט אַרויס.) דער באַנד וואָס ווערט געפּראַוועט (זעט די הילע, תּוכן־בלעטל, און אויסצוגן אויף…) נעמט אַרײַן די שאַפֿונג פֿון 30 יחידים וואָס שרײַבן אויף ייִדיש, פֿון אוניווערסיטעט־סטודענטן ביז חשובֿע עלטערע ייִדישע שרײַבערס, וואָס וווינען אויף פֿיר קאָנטינענטן און אין זיבן לענדער. דער אָוונט איז אָרגאַניזירט געוואָרן בשותּפֿות מיט דעם אָפּטייל אין מאָדערנע ייִדישע לימודים אין דעם ייִדישן טעאָלאָגישן סעמינאַר פֿון אַמעריקע.

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Y-Studs – Hashem Melech

Shpil, di Fidl/Yidi Mitn Fidl: Maxwell Street Klezmer Band

26.05.2015 Vocalist Kimber Leigh Nussbaum performs Shpil, di Fidl/Yidi Mitn Fidl (Play, You Fiddle/Yidl With His Fiddle) at Maxwell Street’s 30th Anniversary Concert on November 3, 2013 at the Old Town School of Folk Music. A. Koffman, Arr. Videography by Jeremy Mangan. Visit Maxwell Street at



Der Lambeth hop (The Lambeth Walk in Yiddish)

26.05.2015 This was sung by George Kessler to Ben Stonehill in the Hotel Marsellaise in the summer of 1948. Stonehill was an amateur ethnomusicologist collecting songs from Jews recently released from DP camps. Some of his songs, including this one, can be found at

If Books Could Talk: The Story of Three Jewish Treasures Rescued from the Vilna Ghetto

26.05.2015 Monday, November 24, 2014 | 7pm YIVO Institute for Jewish Research FROM THE YIVO ARCHIVES Ruth Gay Seminar in Jewish Studies What are the secret lives of books? In the Vilna Ghetto, Yiddish poets Abraham Sutzkever and Szmerke Kaczerginski and others risked their lives to rescue Jewish treasures from destruction and looting by the Nazis. David Fishman (Jewish Theological Seminary) selects three of the extraordinary items they saved—Theodor Herzl’s diary, the minute-book from the Vilna Gaon’s synagogue, and an original manuscript of Jacob Gordin’s classic Yiddish play ‘Mirele Efros’—and reveals their “biographies”: their composition and significance; the story of their acquisition by YIVO; their rescue; and their retrieval after Vilna’s liberation. Two of these works were safely transported to YIVO in New York, but the third work encountered a very different fate in Soviet Lithuania. The Ruth Gay Seminar in Jewish Studies was established in 2008 in honor of Ruth Gay (1922-2006), the noted American Jewish historian and writer, with a generous gift from the family of Ruth Gay. The seminar series is given by scholars who have conducted research in the YIVO Archives and wish to share their work with the public.

La vie quotidienne des juifs au Maroc – Video rare –

25.05.2015 Cette vidéo très rare jusque là, d’une bonne qualité pour l’époque, nous donne en images, quelques traits de la vie quotidienne du Judaisme en terre Marocaine. Nous nous excusons pour ceux qui ne comprennent pas l’hébreu. Nous vous le remettons tel que pour visionnement.


MIFF32 – FLORIDA PREMIERE MiamiFilmFestival Saturday, March 7 – 7:00PM @ O Cinema Miami Beach

Fighting the Global Demonization of the Jewish State – Featuring Shmuley Boteach and Ron Prosor


Kesher Luncheon 2014 Video 1-5

Kesher Luncheon 2014 Video 1-5

Natalie Portman’s “A Tale of Love and Darkness”

14.05.2015 Based on Amos Oz’s novel, “A Tale of Love and Darkness” tells the story of the author’s childhood during the transitive years when Palestine was reclassified as Israel. The clip is about the “Paraable f Two Monks”.

סיפור על אהבה וחושך-מסע אל רובנו של עמוס עוז

Fania Oz returns to family building in the city Rivne, Ukraine בספר, שעלילתו אינה קווית, מתאר עוז בגוף ראשון ילדות בשכונת כרם אברהם, בירושלים ונעורים בקיבוץ חולדה. הסיפור מתנהל על רקע תקופת המנדט והחיכוך עם ערביי ארץ ישראל, הקמת המדינה ושנותיה הראשונות. עוז מתאר גם את הדורות הקודמים של משפחתו המזרח אירופאית. הספר, בנוסף להיותו תיעוד תרבותי, הוא תיאור אישי וכאוב מאוד של ילדות בצל נישואיהם המיוסרים של הוריו: אם דיכאונית ואב מלומד, קרוב אך גם מרוחק, שהקריירה שלו הוחמצה בצלו של הדוד הגדול. הטרגדיה המשפחתית מגיעה לשיאה כאשר אמו של עמוס, ילד בן שתים עשרה, מתאבדת אחרי תקופה ארוכה של ייסורי נפש. הספר רצוף בהרהורים פוליטיים וספרותיים ומצייר בעוקצנות, אך גם במידה של אמפתיה, אנשי רוח ופוליטיקאים בהם נתקל: דוֹד אביו, חוקר תקופת בית שני, יוסף קלוזנר, ש”י עגנון, שגר בסמוך לקלוזנר, דוד בן-גוריון, שהתכתב עם עוז מעל דפי דבר והזמינו לפגישה, ואחרים. אהבתו הראשונה של עוז, הייתה, כך הוא מספר, המשוררת זלדה, שלימדה אותו בכיתה ב’. אחד הקטעים המרשימים בספר הוא זה שבו נזכר עוז בפרץ השמחה העצום עם אישור האו”ם את תוכנית החלוקה ב-כ”ט בנובמבר.

“סיפור על אהבה וחושך-מסע אל רובנו של עמוס עוז” דברי עוז בתום ההקרנה

דני ליטני – סיפור של אהבה

”Schindler’s List” – John Williams – violin solos by Itzhak Perlman

Celebrating Hebrew Wikipedia 10th anniversary with Channel 2 – Sivan Rahav Meir

Wikimedia Israel looked for a special way to celebrate the Hebrew Wikipedia 10th anniversary – something that has never been done before. The result was a unique collaboration with TV Channel 2, the most viewed channel in Israel! For an entire week, five of the most senior Channel 2 reporters, who learned to edit Wikipedia by our volunteers, wrote or extended an article on Hebrew Wikipedia. Then, each recorded a one minute video, explaining why they have decided to write on this specific topic. Every day, just before the evening news broadcast, the video was broadcasted and while the anchor presented the project, he explained “we wanted to celebrate Wikipedia’s 10th anniversary and show that everyone can write an article on Wikipedia” . Happy Birthday Wikipedia!

Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv

the official Youtube channel of Maccabi Tel Aviv Basketball

Reportajes y documentales: 90 minutos Alemania-Israel

11.05.2015 90 minutos Alemania-Israel – Fútbol entre Tel Aviv y BerlínCuando el Bayern Múnich juega en torneos internacionales, sus seguidores israelíes en Tel Aviv no pierden detalle. Cuando el jugador israelí Almog Cohen llegó a Núremberg, fue recibido por los hinchas locales con banderas de Israel. Y un alemán, Michael Nees, diseña el futuro del fútbol israelí como director técnico de la selección sub-21 y director técnico de la federación. Todo esto era impensable hace 50 años, cuando Alemania e Israel establecieron lazos diplomáticos. El fútbol jugó, y juega, un papel protagónico en la normalización de las relaciones germano-israelíes. Pero, ¿de qué hablamos cuando decimos “normales”? ¿Cómo viven los futbolistas judíos en Alemania? Y, ¿cómo vive un entrenador alemán en Israel, flanqueado por la realidad en Oriente Medio y el lastre de la historia?

Hava Nagila – Amrutam Gamaya – Music Mojo Season 3 – KappaTV

Hava Nagila by ‘Amrutam Gamaya’ a cover of “Hava Nagila” (הבה נגילה Havah Nagilah, “Let us rejoice”) an Israeli folk song traditionally sung at Jewish celebrations. It is considered to be perhaps the first modern Israeli folk song in the Hebrew language that has become a staple of band performers at Jewish weddings and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs.

The Lady Lifers: A moving song from women in prison for life

15.05.2015 The ten women in this chorus have all been sentenced to life in prison. They share a moving song about their experiences — one that reveals their hopes, regrets and fears. “I’m not an angel,” sings one, “but I’m not the devil.” Filmed at an independent TEDx event inside Muncy State Prison, it’s a rare and poignant look inside the world of people imprisoned with no hope of parole. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design — plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more.

Lionel Rocheman – Margeritkele (Yiddish Song)

30.09.2014 Lionel Rocheman – Margeritkele from the album “Yiddisch Story” released 1978 in France

Lionel Rocheman – Die Werbe (Yiddish Song) France 1978

Lionel Rochman – Die Werbe from the album “Yiddisch Story” released 1978 in France


Easy Rashi Leshem yichud tefilin Anatomy of Tefillin

Yiddish lebt! (3) Tal Hever

Tal Hever Chybowski présente aux adhérents du groupe FB “Yiddish pour les Nuls”, les activités marquantes de la Maison de la Culture Yiddish pour le printemps et l’été 2015. En Yiddish sous-titrés français

Yiddish lebt 2 Violette Szmajer

Yiddish lebt! Rochelle Zucker

 Israel by Drone


Dibbukim – Hinter dem tol (Live in Lund, Sweden) +++++ Swedish Klezmer/Yiddish Metal band, Dibbukim,

Tomb of Bnei Issachar

Cantor Benzion Miller Alberto Mizrahi And Naftali Hershtik Singing Tumbalalaika

Filmed Live At The Historic Portuguese Synagogue In Amsterdam

התקווה – HaTikva – Israel Anthem Song – ROCK VERSION BY NIRO KNOX

Performed Live 29.04.09 ID 61 Party in LONDON (J-Events)



Israel National Anthem (Hatikva) – Heavy Metal Instrumental

Once of the Greatest nation in the World. For Georgian-Israeli brotherhood. My own Tribute – Heavy Metal Style Instrumental Version of Hatikva. ברגע של האומה הגדולה ביותר בעולם. עבור האחים גאורגיה ישראל. מחווה שלי – רוק כבד סגנון גרסה אינסטרומנטלית של התקווה.

Upshernish Jewish Traditional Hair Cutting Ceremony

erlin 1900 in colour!!!!

28.08.2013 this is a video showing berlin, the german capital around the year 1900, although the last scenes are from 1914. ENJOY!

Berlin in July 1945 (HD 1080p color footage)

28.04.2015 That’s how it looked like just after the Second World War in Berlin! Fascinating moving pictures in color show the situation of the city in summer 1945, just after the Second World War and the capitulation of Germany. Daily life after years of war. Pictures from the destroyed city, the Reichstag, Brandenburger Tor, Adlon, Führerbunker, Unter den Linden, rubble women working in the streets, the tram is running again. A collage of archive material produced by: Kronos Media Voici à quoi ressemblait Berlin juste après la Seconde Guerre Mondiale ! Ces fascinantes vidéos en couleur nous montrent la situation de la ville lors de l’été 1945, directement après la Seconde Guerre Mondiale et la capitulation de l’Allemagne. Voici la vie quotidienne des Berlinois après des années de guerre. Les images nous dévoilent une ville détruite, le Reichstag, la porte de Brandebourg, l’hôtel Adlon, le bunker du Führer, l’avenue Unter den Linden, les femmes des ruines à l’œuvre dans les rues, et les trams à nouveau en fonctionnement. Un assemblage d’images d’archive production par Kronos Media

שירים מיוחדים

LvivKlezFest-2011 (телепередача Мазл Тов, 16.08.2011)

All-Ukrainian Jewish Charitable Foundation “Hesed-Arieh”

LvivKlezFest-2014. Гала-концерт Фестивалю, частина 1

22.10.2014 film by Tader 13.07.2014 р., м.Львів, Львівська обласна Філармонія ГАЛА-КОНЦЕРТ за участю клезмерських колективів з Ізраїлю, Великобританії, Латвії, Молдови, Німеччини, Польщі, Росії, США, України, Швеції. Всеукраїнський єврейський благодійний фонд “Хесед-Ар’є” вул. Котляревського, 30, м.Львів, 79013, Україна тел.: +38 (032) 238-98-69, +38 (032) 238-98-61, +38 (032) 238-11-78 e-mail: сайт:

Naomi Less – Thank You

Sh’ma Yisrael – Listen Israel (Fran Gordon and Naomi Less and more ▶▶▶

What Happens When a Catholic Monk and Two Rabbis Get Real?

Jerusalem panorama from Mount of Olives

Taken by Roman Kriman (RomKri) for

Virtual Israel Touring – Into Robinson’s Arch mikveh

23.04.2015 Rabbi Aryeh A. Leifert and take us into a Second Temple-era mikveh (Jewish ritual bath). For more information on Virtual Israel Touring, visit

Virtual Israel Touring

Rabbi Aryeh A. Leifert and

Ahavat Israel baneshama – אהבת ישראל בנשמה

AND MORE+++++++

Mix – אביהו מדינה – שבחי ירושלים

Elie Wiesel: In Hasidism – The Wonders of Rabbi,,and more+++++

Dan Nichols “Beyond” (live)

SHOMER ISRAEL Guardian De Israel HD Hebreo – Español

שמחה לארצך \ אסף נוה שלום

Jewish Prayer Songs שירי קדושה

Jewish Prayer Songs שירי קדושה

שירים על אמונה ואהבת ה’, זמירות שבת, שירי חגים לילדים, שירים רגועים ושמחים, למבוגרים ולילדים, להרגעת הלב, להרגשת הנשמה ולחיזוק האהבה והביטחון. למעוניינים בשיעורים פרטיים בליווי, אילתור והלחנה בפסנתר, בירושלים, במחירים נוחים, ניתן להתקשר לאסף – 0509568116 Songs of Faith and Love of G-d, Sabbath songs, holiday songs for children, relaxed songs and happy songs, for adults and children, to calm the heart, to calm the soul and strengthen the feeling of love, and Sanctity Songs of Faith and Love de D.ieu, des chansons, des chansons sabbat de vacances pour enfants, chansons détendus et heureux, chansons pour enfants et adultes, pour calmer le cœur, pour calmer l’âme et de renforcer le sentiment d’amour et de sainteté Canciones de la Fe y el Amor de Dios, canciones Sabbath, canciones de vacaciones para niños, canciones relajadas y canciones felices, para adultos y niños, para calmar el corazón, para calmar el alma y fortalecen el sentimiento de amor y santidad

ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY Zionist Labor Movement 19th Century “Techezakna ” ביאליק ברכת עם

רס”ר ירון בן צבי — חיפשנו אתונות ויצאנו חמורים

ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY WWII Jewish Brigade Music Farewell of Slavianka בין גבולות

פרשת הלמו: בועז גוטמן זוכה מחוסר אשמה,7340… Attorney Boaz Guttman Acquitted Lack of Guilt Ynet 12/12/14

ISRAEL MUSIC HISTORY U.S. Army Band Hebrew Song סביבון בתזמורת צבא ארה”ב

פרשת הלמו: בועז גוטמן זוכה מחוסר אשמה,7340… Attorney Boaz Guttman Acquitted Lack of Guilt Ynet 12/12/14

When the Rebbe saved three lives

Dr Harold Serebro is a leading medical practitioner, entrepreneur and author of several books. He recalls how one a busy afternoon, a panicked Rabbi Bernhard walked into his Johannesburg practice holding a file of x-rays belonging to a congregant. The Rabbi’s dilemma: Doctors were insisting on immediate surgery, but the Rebbe was of an entirely different opinion. Living Torah Disc 134 Program 534

Hamilchama Ha’achrona – Yehoram Gaon

Beautiful song by Yehoram Gaon about the sacrifices of various units and divisions in the Israeli army during Israel’s wars. Enjoy!

Israel – We Wont Move From Here – מכאן

Achay Giborey Hatehilah – Shai Abramson / אחי גיבורי התהילה – שי אברמסון

אחי גיבורי התהילה – החזן הראשי לצה”ל סא”ל שי אברמסון Achay Giborey Hatehilah – IDF Chief Cantor Ltc. Shai Abramson לערוץ הרשמי של החזן הראשי לצה”ל: לדף הרשמי בפייסבוק:

Hebrew Songs

V’haer Einenu written by Reb. Shlomo Carlebach. Yigdal Elohim Chai written by Kay Smith. Video produced by Luis and Jano Skinfill of Skinfill Entertainment Records, The Worship TV Channel.

Israel: Defying the Odds

Amazing facts about Israel Taken from Produced by Rabbi Ephraim Shore, one of the directors of Aish HaTorah Jerusalem, and the Israel Director for and the Hasbara Fellowships for campus Israel activism. Prior to making aliyah, he was Executive Director of Aish Miami and Aish Toronto.

Yom Haatzmaut 2015: So Many Reasons to Love Israel! | NBN

21.04.2015 – Thousands of Olim merit to live the dream of Aliyah. This is what they love about living in Israel. Get inspired this Israel Independence day! Credits: Production Company: The Bakery, Yuval Nathan and Michael Patrick, Music Composition: Tomer Biran, Vocals: Ido Dankner Acco Material: Shai Cohen and Jonathan Carmi, Southern Israel Material: Icy Media, Charter Flight Material: Jerusalem Media Group, Thank you: Nefesh B’Nefesh Staff To the Olim who made this video possible Aimee Loshinksy

Israel – what a beautiful country

The renewed growth of anti-Israeli attitudes is also irritating. Old and new resentments are being nurtured, revived, and advanced. Irraels will for self-defense and self-preservation is being distorted, and Israels right to act accordingly is being disputed. In this respect, our sympathy has certain priorities, and the latent left-wing anti-Zionism is shocking and annoying. Comparing Israelis with Nazis, calling their politics fascistic should in turn regard Germans as victims of an unaccepted defeat. Those who sell the terror initiated by the Palestinians as fight for freedom and who deny Israel the right for self-defense, who deny the positive sides of this one and only respectable justice system in the Near-East, nauseate us with their ideological untruthfulness. Kategorie: Nachrichten & Politik

israel for ever

Are Your Lights On?!

16.04.2015 Oorah kicks off a new weekly series with a thought-provoking look at the Torah portion of the week, Parshas Shmini, featuring TorahMates coordinator Rabbi Mordechai Beer. Short and to the point, guaranteed to fill your week with inspiration.

Zupfgeigenhansel – Lomir sich iberbetn (Yiddish Song)

Zupfgeigenhansel – Lomir sich iberbetn from the album “Jiddische Lieder – ‘ch hob gehert sogn” recorded 1979

Leonard Cohen – Un As Der Rebbe Singt – Vienna 1976

30.03.2009 Leonard Cohen – Un As Der Rebbe Singt Arena Vienna 1976 Jiddische Lieder

Als der rebe singt (if the rabbi sings)

Efim Aleksandrov sings.

Sephardic Jewish Israelis: Would you take Spanish/Portuguese citizenship?


מא תאקשי ביא * ריימונד אבקסיס

01.04.2015 מא תאקשי ביא * ריימונד אבקסיס אצולה מרוקאית ריימונד אבקסיס, מייק קרוצ’י, נטע אלקיים מנצח ראשי, מנהל מוסיקלי ומעבד: תום כהן צילום ועריכה אבי נישניב

Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language & Culture of Orthodox Judaism

In her book, “Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism,” Sarah Bunin Benor describes how newly orthodox Jews have to adopt not only the laws and customs, but also new speech patterns. Speaker Biography: Sarah Bun


Director ORI GRUDER (AKA OR YASHAR) talks to Soul Star about his Feature Documentary ‘SACRED SPERM’ which looks deeply & sensitively at an aspect of Ultra Orthodox Hasidic Judaism which is rarely discussed in public

Sacred Sperm – Rabbi Simcha Cohen

A glimpse from the editing suite of documentary film “Sacred Sperm”

חומרים מחדר העריכה של הסרט “זרע קודש” – הרב שמחה כהן

טריילר לסרט התעודי “זרע קודש” בכורה בישראל פסטיבל הסרטים היהודי סינמטק ירושלים

הרב יוסי מזרחי: תיקון הברית — הוצאת זרע לבטלה

חשיפה ראשונה לחינוך המיני בעולם החרדי – זרע הקודש

25.12.2014 מסע אישי – חוויתי, מטלטל ומסקרן במהלכו יוצא הבמאי החרדי אור ישר ובנו המתבגר שהגיע לגיל חינוך, למסע בעקבות אחד מהאיסורים הקשים, החשובים והמורכבים ביותר ביהדות – הוצאת זרע לבטלה, שנחשב לעוון החמור ביותר ביהדות. File:Yad Vashem BW 2.JPG   Janusz Korczak and the children, memorial at Yad Vashem

Janusz Korczak

From Wikipedia, Janusz Korczak, the pen name of Henryk Goldszmit[1] (22 July 1878 or 1879 – August 7, 1942[2]), was a Polish-Jewish educator, children’s author, and pediatrician known as Pan Doktor (“Mr. Doctor”) or Stary Doktor (“Old Doctor”). After spending many years working as director of an orphanage in Warsaw, he refused freedom and stayed with his orphans when the institution was sent from the Ghetto to the Treblinka extermination camp, during the Grossaktion Warsaw of 1942.[3]   Photo by Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

The Last Korczak Boy

15.04.2015 Itzchak Belfer never really left Yanusz Korczak’s orphanage on Krochmalna Street in Warsaw, Poland. Even though he is now 90 years old, a well-known Israeli artist, he will always be little Itzchakele from Warsaw, and Korczak is always with him in thought and spirit. The Polish doctor and educator lives on in Belfer’s drawings and paintings, and Yanusz Korczak’s spirit dwells in the artist’s soul. Belfer shares with us his amazingly clear memories from the orphanage on Krochmalna Street in pre-World War II Warsaw. He reveals Korczak’s unique view of children as, first of all, human beings to be treated with the same dignity and consideration as adults. He warmly describes the work of Korczak and his assistant, Stepha Wilczyńska, at the orphanage, their love for the children and their total dedication to saving them, which led to their tragic end. Janusz Korczak (Source: Yad Vashem)… (Pen name of Henryk Goldszmit; 1878/9-1942) Polish Jewish doctor, author and educator. Born in Warsaw to an assimilated Jewish family, Korczak dedicated his life to caring for children, particularly orphans. He believed that children should always be listened to and respected, and this belief was reflected in his work. He wrote several books for and about children, and broadcast a children’s radio program. In 1912 Korczak became the director of a Jewish orphanage in Warsaw. When World War II broke out in 1939, Korczak first refused to accept the German occupation and heed their regulations (consequently spending time in jail). However, when the Jews of Warsaw were forced to move into a ghetto, Korczak refocused his efforts on the children in his orphanage. Despite offers from Polish friends to hide him on the “Aryan” side of the city, Korczak refused to abandon the children. On August 5, 1942, during a 2-month wave of deportations from the ghetto, the Nazis rounded up Korczak and his 200 children. They marched in rows to the Umschlagplatz with Korczak in the lead. He never abandoned his children, even to the very end. Korczak and the children were sent to Treblinka, where they were all murdered.

Israel Tel Aviv Museum of Art New Building

Tel Aviv Museum of Art opened its new building on November 2011. The new building designed by Preston Scott Cohen — the head of Harvard University School of Architecture.

The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – Morocco Music

Name: Morocco – Music of the Jews from North Africa Year: 1994 Duration: 00:29:04 Language: English Abstract: Part of the Israel Music Heritage Project. A look at the mixture of Arab melodies with Hebrew text that forms the basis of Moroccan Jewish music. The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – The 500 films, selected for the virtual cinema, reflect the vast scope of documentary material collected in the Spielberg Archive. The films range from 1911 to the present and include home movies, short films and full length features. שם: מרוקו: המוסיקה של יהודי צפון אפריקה שנה: 1994 אורך: 00:29:04 שפה: אנגלית תקציר: חלק מפרויקט המוסיקה של ישראל, “עם וצליליו”. המזיגה שבין מנגינות ערביות וטקסטים עבריים העומדת בבסיס המוסיקה היהודית המרוקנית. ארכיון הסרטים היהודיים על שם סטיבן שפילברג – חמש מאות הסרטים שנבחרו עבור הקולנוע הווירטואלי משקפים את ההיקף הנרחב של החומר התיעודי בארכיון שפילברג. באתר ישנם סרטים משנת 1911 ועד ימינו אלה ביתיים, קצרים ובאורך מלא. כל הזכויות שמורות לארכיון הסרטים היהודיים על שם סטיבן שפילברג ולאוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים 2010; דף הבית;

דני רובס – משהו חדש מתחיל

Conversation with Noam Chomsky

03.04.2015 John Nichols’ conversation with Prof. Noam Chomsky March 15, 2015 in Tucson, AZ as part of the 150th Anniversary of The Nation Magazine

Noam Chomsky: US terrorism (2015)

15 ème Festival du Cinéma israélien de Paris


Cupcakes – Edmonton Jewish Film Festival 2015

24.03.2015 ***Edmonton Jewish Film Festival May 3-5 & 10-12, 2015*** Cupcakes – Tuesday May 12th, 2015 @ 9:15 PM at Landmark Cinemas 9 City Centre Edmonton

Natalie Portman speaking Hebrew

עברי לידר – ילדות והעיר הגדולה

24.02.2015 סינגל רביעי מתוך האלבום החדש ‘האהבה הזאת שלנו’, לרכישת השיר ולהזמנת האלבום:

Edon – “Clarity” (by Zedd ft. Foxes)

Edon – “Clarity” available now on iTunes: Directed/Edited by Nick Brazinsky: Produced by Fox & The Mule Productions: Recorded at Dr. Caw Recording: Mixed/Mastered by Drew Mantia at CarterCo Recording: Allegra Montanari – Cello Ken Elsenbroek – Drum Pads Original composition of “Clarity” by Zedd ft. Foxes

Singing Khad Gadyo (Chad Gadya) in Yiddish and Ladino

Singing Chad Gadya in Yiddish and Ladino from Yiddish Book Center. Boris Rubinstein sings part of the traditional Passover song in two languages.

Anthony Russell, Yiddish Opera Singer

Anthony Russell, singer, describes his artistic journey from opera to Yiddish folk song. To learn more about the Yiddish Book Center’s Wexler Oral History Project, visit:

Shalom Rav – Kol B’Seder with Zamir

from a live concert with the Zamir Chorale of Boston at Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, MA, June 3, 2007

Jewish Prayer Songs שירי קדושה

اجمل اغاني يهوديه من التراث اليمني  Yemeni Jewish

Aharon Amram – Subhanak אהרון עמרם – סובחאנך yemen music

زيون جولان – اهلا بمن جا אהלאן במן גא – ציון גולן

Tsion Golan ( Zion Golan ) – Ahlan Bmn Ja – Yemenite Song


احلا رقص على اغنية يمنية روعة بصوت الفنانة اليهودية شمعة مالسبب مالسبب

Beautiful song voice Yemeni Jewish singer Candle נרות יפים שיר קול תימני יהודים הזמר

The Exodus as Cultural Memory- Ron Hendel

02.04.2015 Ron Hendel Ph.D., Norma and Sam Dabby Professor of Hebrew Bible and Jewish Studies, University of California at Berkeley The Exodus is a central event in biblical and Jewish memory. But according to the archaeological and historical record, it is unclear what it is a memory of. I propose that it is, in part, a transformed memory of the demise of the Egyptian Empire in Canaan, which facilitated the emergence of Israel as an independent people. The story served as an engine of a distinctive cultural identity, a function that it continues to perform today.

Omer Meir Wellber & Filarmonica della Fenice at a rehearsal ++++

Omer Meir Wellber, Conductor & Composer.

Bente Kahan

From Wikipedia Bente Kahan (born 1958) is a Norwegian solo vocalist best known for her renditions and productions of Yiddish folk music and plays. For years she has lived and worked in Poland.  Photo by Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

Bente Kahan

פסח חג החרות | יובל דיין

Hanalisa Omer- Yosef Begun- Jerusalem exhibit: “My Journey as an Artist”

The colors of Jerusalem

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Lia van Leer

From Wikipedia, Lia van Leer (Hebrew: ליה ון ליר‎, August 8, 1924 – March 13, 2015) was a pioneer in the field of art film programming and film archiving in Israel. She was the founder of the Haifa Cinematheque, the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the Israel Film Archive and theJerusalem Film Festival. Lia van Leer (Greenberg) was born on August 8, 1924 in the Bessarabian city of Bălți, then in Romania, now in Moldova. Her father, Simon Greenberg, was a wheat exporter and her mother, Olga, was a WIZO volunteer. She attended a public high school and spent summer holidays in the Carpathian mountains. In 1940, her parents sent her to Palestine to visit her sister Bruria, a dentist, who had immigrated in 1936 and was living in Tel Aviv. She never saw her parents again.[1] In July 1941, the Germans occupied Beltsy and murdered her father and other Jewish community leaders. Her mother and grandmother were deported to Transnistria and died in a concentration camp. Lia moved to Jerusalem in 1943 to attend the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In 1952, she married Wim Van Leer, a Dutch engineer, pilot, playwright and film producer, and settled in Haifa.[2] They founded the country’s first film club in 1955.Read More Button--orange

ליה ון ליר בפתיחת סינמטק ירושלים המחודש 2007 Lia Van Leer

14.03.2015 פתיחת סינמטק ירושלים המחודש בקיץ 2007 היה אחד ההישגים החשובים של ליה ון ליר. לסינמטק נוסף אגף חדש ובו שני אולמות חדישים ושטחי האיכסון של אוסף הסרטים הורחבו. בסרט קצר זה תיעדתי את ליה באחד הרגעים השמחים בחייה.באמצע שנות השמוים לחייה היתה שופעת מרץ ורעיונות לקידום תרבות הקולנוע בישראל ובמיוחד בירושלים. אני רוצה להאמין שהסינמטק יקרא על שמה. “סינמטק ירושלים ע”ש ליה ון ליר”

ליה ון ליר – הגברת הראשונה של תעשיית הקולנוע בישראל – מברכת את הבמה הרעיונית ה – 2 של א.מ.י.ר.

ליה ון ליר, כלת פרס ישראל והגברת הראשונה של תעשיית הקולנוע בישראל, מספרת על אהבתה לקולנוע, זיכרונות מבית אמא ברומניה, מביעה דעה על הקולנוע הרומני ומברכת על הישגי קהילת יהודי רומניה. הראיון התקיים במסגרת הבמה הרעיונית השנייה ע”ש יצחק ארצי ז”ל של ארגון א.מ.י.ר. – ארגון מאוחד של יוצאי רומניה בישראל הדואג לשימור והנצחת מורשת יהדות רומניה ומנציח את הישגי קהילת יהודי רומניה בישראל ותרומתם למדינה. במה זו התמקדה בתרומת יהדות רומניה למדינת ישראל בתחומי התרבות והתקשורת. 28.11.13 – כפר המכביה , ר”ג

One Day / Israel

On a journey in the Middle East, brothers Robert and Adam Kolodny (from the Brooklyn based production explored the diverse adventure that is the State of Israel and the region it exists in. They went with a group then later went off backpacking, staying with friends they met along the journey and at hostels. This is the document of what was observed on this journey through one of the most complex, misunderstood, important and beautiful places in the world. This film is a message of hope and equality. Shot on location in Jerusalem, The West Bank, Haifa, The Negev, Tel Aviv, Nazareth, Tiberias, Netanya, Golan Heights, Tsfat and Hebron.


There’s so much more to 21st century Israel than the conflict that dominates media coverage. The reality of daily life in Israel is about commerce and research; art and culture; music and dance; community and family. Through ISRAEL21c’s original and aggregated content, we hope to convey this vibrancy to you.

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אם גם אתה אלרגי לתקשורת הישראלית אתה מוזמן להצטרף למועדון, למה שתתעצבן לבד ? לאטמה בפייסבוק לאטמה בטוויטר

Going to Freedom

29.03.2015 About The JWRP

Passover: Seeing The True You

27.03.2015 Tzvi Sytner Breaking free from your inner slave mentality. (Just Breathe video blog)

“Voodoo Chile”, Lazer Lloyd in Jerusalem

26.03.2015 “Voodoo Chile”, Lazer Lloyd in Jerusalem
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Jew in the City

How Much Do People Know About Orthodox Jews? (Man on the Street ) 03.03.2015 How much does your average New Yorker know about Orthodox Jews? Find out here! Filmed by Arielle Burstein, edited by Outfit by

Sparks Next

Founded in 2009, Sparks Next has fast made a name for itself, raising the bar in the world of cinematography. Founded by filmmaker Danny Finkelman, a Manhattan Beach resident, Sparks Next has brought a previously unprecedented level of professionalism to the Jewish entertainment business, with its staff of young and talented filmmakers, an award winning screenwriter and world renowned musicians. A boutique production house, Sparks Next scripts, produces, shoots and edits every project from start to finish and has worked with virtually every major artist in the Jewish music industry. Sparks’ list of credits is long and varied and includes the ensemble video Unity for Justice, which featured over 40 Jewish music stars in an effort to raise awareness and funds for Sholom Rubashkin, The Japan Song, filmed on site at the Chiba Detention Center, and Rainbow in the Night, a short retrospective of the Holocaust created to educate today’s youth about the horrors of World War II.

KOLture Shock Hatikva – קולצ’ר שוק התקוה

15.03.2015 KOLture Shock and Im Tirtzu teamed up for a flash mob on the Jerusalem light rail right before the Israeli elections.

Idan Raichel Project – “Ayal Ayale” (Live)

The Idan Raichel Project is an Israeli musical collective that features singers from Ethiopia, and a cross-cultural roster of Yemenite, Arab, African and Caribbean musicians. Superstars in Israel, The Idan Raichel Project is about to release their music worldwide on the new Cumbancha label, which was founded by the longtime head of A&R at Putumayo World Music. Visit for more information.

Abraham G-Medhin and Solomon Haile Tribute Song to Meles Zenawi

The late Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi, was a dynamic and visionary leader who left his marks not just on Ethiopia but also on the continent of Africa as a whole. RIP Meles.

Abraham Gebremedhin

Matzo in Samarkand


On the same page: first ever group of women complete full Talmud study

For the first time since 1923, daily Talmud study group learned and taught exclusively by women completes 7.5 year cycle this week. 27.01.2015

Laurence Sherr, Sonata for Cello and Piano–Mir zaynen do!, World premiere

13.02.2015 Holocaust remembrance composition utilizing songs from the ghettos, camps, and partisans as source material Premiere performance at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Jan. 15, 2015 (video timeline below) Karen Becker, cello Jay Mauchley, piano Timeline 00:55 Sherr comments: “Favored and Forbidden” 3 source songs for Sherr’s Sonata, Kate Butler, mezzo-soprano 04:12 Ilse Weber, Wiegala 08:14 Zog nit keynmol 10:30 Yugnt himn 13:00 Sherr comments and performer demo: Sonata for Cello and Piano, movement III Laurence Sherr, Sonata for Cello and Piano–Mir zaynen do!, World premiere 18:50 I. Resolute 26:06 II. From Another World 34:50 III. Partisan March

The Synagogue Experience: Beth Sholom Synagogue

The Synagogue Experience is a series of thirteen documentary shorts that immerse visitors in post-World War II synagogue architecture, a period of great diversity and inspiration as American Jews began to express themselves through the construction of monumental synagogue edifices. Featuring breathtaking timelapse photography and interviews with synagogue congregants and clergy, the films delve into the meaning and symbolism of the unparalleled architectural work of such esteemed architects as Frank Lloyd Wright, Percival Goodman, William Harrison and Max Abramovitz, and Minoru Yamasaki. Beyond the architecture, the films also reveal how the distinct characteristics of Jewish communities from New York to Texas to California manifested in the diverse architectural expression evident in the films. An interactive touchscreen in the gallery allows visitors select the film they would like to see projected.

Chabad Hebrew School Pesach 2015

22.03.2015 Chabad of the Lehigh Valley celebrates Pesach with a chocolate seder and games that were so much fun!

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Bulletproof Stockings, All Women Band, Offering Hope Through Melodies JP Updates The music begun to flow, catching fire, as the media became more interested in this “Jewish band”, their backgrounds deeply rooted in traditional … clip-got

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Ex-Prisoner of Zion: I ‘Enjoyed’ Force Feeding


The Rebbe’s Father vs the USSR: Unbroken Spirit

Reb Gedaliah Mazal witnessed the arrival of the Rebbe’s father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, in Khazakhstan. He had been exiled there by the Soviets for the crime of spreading Judaism, but defiantly continued to speak out against the evil regime.

Days of Remembrance: The Power of Music

The History and Music of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish Congregation in the City of London

Bevis Marks Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in the UK (consecrated 1701), and is the ‘cathedral synagogue’ of a community which arrived in England in 1656 with the blessing of Oliver Cromwell, thus ending over three-and-a-half centuries of Jewish exile from this country. For the last 350 years this community has existed as an integral part of religious and cultural life in the City of London.
This lecture explores the history of this interaction, with a particular focus on how it has affected the community’s musical-liturgical heritage, from its origins in the Portuguese Jewish community of Amsterdam and the conversos fleeing the Spanish Inquisition, through the time of Handel and Hadyn, the Romanticism of the 19th century, right through to the present day.
The lecture is illustrated by live performances of selections from the congregation’s liturgical music by the choir of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregation, as well as archive recordings of times gone by.
The lecture is jointly delivered by Maurice Bitton, Beadle and Curator at Bevis Marks Synagogue, and Chazan Eliot Alderman, Director of Music of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ congregation.

The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website:…

Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website.

Avraham Zacuto, Jewish Astronomer (This Week in Jewish History) Dr. Henry Abramson

31.07.2015 Brief video describing the life and activity of Avraham Zacuto, Spanish-Jewish Astronomer and Historian whose work contributed directly to the travels of Christopher Columbus and other 15th-century explorers.

National Museum of American Jewish Military History

Rabbi Joseph Baer Soloveitchik (The Rav) Jewish Biography as History

Known as simply “The Rav,” Rabbi Dr. Yosef Baer (J.D.) Soloveitchik was arguably the most influential figure shaping the Orthodox Rabbinate in the United States in the 20th century. From his position at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Rabbinical Seminary at Yeshiva University, he ordained some 2,000 Rabbis over four decades. This lecture is part of the Jewish Biography as History lecture series, more available at

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Rav Yehudah Glick – the Beit Hamikdash

27.07.2015 Rav Yehudah Glick – the Beit Hamikdash

1913 Seeds of Conflict


Ontario Jewish Archives


Hieronima Wilczewska – Jeden z dwóch wywiadów z naocznymi świadkami zbrodni niemieckiej w Jedwabnem, do których dotarła TV Niezależna Polonia.


Jedwabne i holokaust – eye’s witness

euronews cinema – Polish WWII massacre film causes shockwaves

Legacy of Jedwabne – 57min. documentary

Lawrence Troster

Rabbi Lawrence Troster is the Rabbinic Director of J Street, and one of this country’s leading Jewish eco-theologians and religious environmental leaders

Women at the Wall – Rosh Chodesh Av 2013 [HD] | נשים בכותל המערבי בראש חודש אב תשע’ג

Rabanit Iris Odani Elyashiv, Rosh Chodesh Av HEBREW

Jacobus Van Der Geest on coming to America

02.07.2015 Dutch rescuer and aid provider Jacobus Van Der Geest worked with the US armed forces as an interpreter and provided medical care to wounded American soldiers returning to the USA. Van Der Geest remembers helping a wounded soldier see the Statue of Liberty. To learn more and explore the stories of other eyewitnesses to the Holocaust and other genocides, visit Copyright USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education.

Jewish survivor Dave Lux remembers Nicholas Winton

02.07.2015 Dave Lux survived the Holocaust as a child because of Nicholas Winton, who orchestrated the Czech Kindertransport, saving hundreds of Jewish children by transporting them to England. Lux remembers leaving his parents and thinking he’s going on a field trip. To learn more and explore the stories of other eyewitnesses to the Holocaust and other genocides, visit Copyright USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education.

Jewish Survivor Herbert Holden remembers Nicholas Winton

02.07.2015 Herbert Holden describes Nicholas Winton’s lifesaving efforts to bring 669 Czech children to Britain during the Holocaust, and how he called up a television program to reveal himself as one of the children Winton saved.

Jewish Survivor Vera Gissing remembers Nicholas Winton

02.07.2015 Vera Gissing remembers her parents decision to send her and her sister Eva on the Kindertransport from Czechoslovakia to England in May 1939. She also describes their farewell at the train station in Prague and the journey to England.


02.07.2015 The Oporto Jewish Museum, located in rooms on the first floor of the Kadoorie Mekor Haim Synagogue, shows the history of the Jewish Community of Oporto, from the Middle Ages to the present day. Of particular note is a panel with the names of the 842 Oporto “new-Christians” who were prosecuted, between 1541 and 1737, for “heretical Jewish practices”. The oldest victim was 110 years old. The youngest victim was a mere 10 years of age.

David Ben-Gurion Interview

Interview with former Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion with Edward R. Murrow completed on Feb 3, 1956 at Sde Boker kibbutz as part of Murrow’s ‘I Can Hear It Now’ series. All audio was taken from the Columbia Masterworks Label ML 5109, that featured the complete unabridged interview on the release. An edited version of the interview with Ben-Gurion appeared on CBS TV’s ‘See It Now’ on March 6, 1956. This interview clearly had audio issues, and wind interference is noticeable. All attempts to remove vinyl crackles, and audio enhancement have been made to the recording.

Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – Celebrating David Ben Gurion: A 20th Century Statesman

Jewish Survivor Rose Kohn Testimony


Cantor Concert Special

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Museen in Frankfurt – Neue Chefin für das Jüdische Museum Frankfurter Rundschau Miriam Wenzel, Spezialistin für digitale Vermittlungsarbeit, wird von 1. Januar 2016 an das Jüdische Museum führen. Die Literaturwissenschaftlerin …
Darstellungen des Holocaust (Aus der Reihe »Was wir nicht zeigen«) Mirjam Wenzel, Mitarbeiterin des Jüdischen Museums Berlin Was ein Museum zeigt, ist bedeutend. Aber auch, was es nicht zeigt, kann viel erzählen: von deutsch-jüdischem Leben, vom Sammeln und Konservieren oder auch von ethischen Fragen und politischen Debatten. Hier geben Mitarbeiter des Jüdischen Museums Berlin Einblicke, indem sie schildern, »was wir nicht zeigen«.

Remembering Liberation

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Path to Nazi Genocide

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum View a new Museum film providing a concise overview of the Holocaust and what made it possible. Using rare footage, the film examines the Nazis’ rise and consolidation of power in Germany as well as their racist ideology, propaganda, and persecution of Jews and other innocent civilians. It also outlines the path by which the Nazis led a state to war, and with their collaborators, killed millions — including systematically murdering 6 million Jewish people. This 38-minute resource is intended to provoke reflection and discussion about the role of ordinary people, institutions, and nations between 1918 and 1945

Rabbeinu Tam

From Wikipedia Jacob ben Meir (1100, Ramerupt – 9 June 1171 (4 tammuz), Troyes),[1] best known as Rabbeinu Tam, was one of the most renowned Ashkenazi Jewish rabbis and leading French Tosafists, a leading halakhic authority in his generation, and a grandson of Rashi. Known as “Rabbeinu” (our teacher), he acquired the Hebrew suffix “Tam” meaning straightforward; it was originally used in the Book of Genesis to describe his biblical namesake, Jacob. Lesen Sie weiter Button - Orange Photos by Wikipedia

Rav Mota Frank – Tifillin Rabeinu Tam – הרב מוטה פראנק – תפילין דרבינו תם

Rabbeinu Tam’s Tefillin with Rabbi Yehoshua Goldstien | Torah Shiur

Chava Alberstein – Rabbi Tam

What Is Judaism? Rabbi Berel Wein teaches about the core beliefs and frameworks of Judaism, and what makes it different from other religions.

Moroccan Judaism: Interview with Rabbi Joshua Maroof

As part of a video series marking Jewish American Heritage Month, Morocco on the Move interviews Rabbi Joshua Maroof of Washington, D.C.-area Sephardic synagogue Magen David to learn about Moroccan Judaism. “[The Rabbinate of Morocco] had a certain boldness… and a freedom of thought that was remarkable, and they used it to keep their community together.”

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01.02.2015 Rav Yossef Ben Pora, LA SHOAH!!!! Rabbi Zamir Cohen Hidabroot La voix de la Thora Cours de Thora!

Jewish Roots of the Rockefeller Family.

“The Grandees – America’s Sephardic Elite. A book overlooked by most people and published for sale mainly within the Jewish community states that the Rockefellers are Jews of Se

Six Day War – Israeli victory – Documentary,,

Elie Wiesel: Universal Lessons of the Holocaust

Elie Wiesel, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Peace, was 15 when the Nazis deported him, along with his family, from their home in Transylvania to Auschwitz. Losing both his parents and

Eva Kor on her experience with Josef Mengele

26.05.2015 Eva Kor and her twin sister Miriam were experimented on by infamous Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. She describes how one experimented had nearly killed her but she promised herself she would survive. Eva’s testimony is featured in the IWitness activity Growing Up Behind the Barbed Wire.

Buchenwald Liberator Leon Adler remembers WWII for Memorial Day

22.05.2015 Memorial Day in the United States commemorates the men and women who died while in the military service. US army veteran Leon Adler remembers helping mortally wounded soldiers while serving in Germany.

Jewish Survivor Henryka Shaw Testimony

You are watching Henryka Shaw, a Jewish Survivor from the Holocaust. To learn more about Henryka and explore the stories of other Holocaust survivors and witnesses, visit These videos are brought to you by the USC Shoah Foundation Institute (, which was founded by Steven Spielberg in 1994. The Institute has video testimonies of 52,000 Holocaust survivors, witnesses, liberators, and others. Each individual’s video testimony was indexed with the specific terms, names, places, and dates applied to noted in each minute of video. Click here to search a collection of testimonies from the archive

Genocide and the Jews: A Never Ending Problem

13.01.2015 Featuring Prof. Elie Wiesel, Samantha Power and Prof. Noah Feldman.

Full Interview with Jacqueline Van Maarsen by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach


▶ ▶ ▶,,, Histoire du peuple juif

Rony Akrich nous entraine à la découverte de la Bible à travers les personnages depuis Adam, nous conduisant par tous les temps et tous les ….

Alice Somer Herz – 108 Year Old Holocaust Survivor – Interviewed by Bernard Hiller

Bernard Hiller interviews Alice Somer Herz who was an inmate of the The Terezin concentration camp. She was a very accomplished pianist who played Chopin’s 24 etudes from memory. She lost her parents and and her husband during the war. Her son who, because a successful musician (who died 2001), survived the camp with her as well. She believes that being “optimistic” is the most important quality to achieve a happy life. She currently lives in London and is the oldest Holocaust survivor.

When Canada Said No: The Abandoned Jews of the MS St. Louis

In May 1939, the oceanliner MS St. Louis departed Hamburg, Germany carrying Jewish refugees desperate to flee Nazi Germany. They tried to escape any way they could. But the world did not want them. This is their story.

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Spiritgrow’s Shavuot Mini Series Part 1: The history of the festival

Spiritgrow’s Shavuot Mini Series Part 2: The Spiritual Message of Shavuot

Spiritgrow’s Shavuot Mini Series Part 3: The Customs & Traditions

Prof. Israel Knohl: On Shavuot We Live on Two Levels – Nature and History

Prof. Israel Knohl, senior research fellow at Shalom Hartman Institute, discusses the way the nature holiday of Shavuot was blended to the giving of Torah at Mt. Sinai in this May 2012 (5772) interview with Israel Broadcasting Authority in Jerusalem.

Historical Rare Video of Miron – Lag Ba’Omer 1940


2009-08-07 History, Music & Memory:Victor Ullman – רביעיה של אולמן

History, Music and Memory 2009 Seminar of Beit Terezin. The concert was played at Beit Wohlin, Givataim, Israel with the Yad Vashem sponsorship

Beit Theresienstadt

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Viktor Ullmann

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Virtual Tour

Jewish History Manifesto by Dr. Henry Abramson

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Independence Day 2015 of Israel IDF – 67 years – יום העצמאות 2015 למדינת ישראל – 67 שנים -דגלנים

22.04.2015 Independence Day 2015 of Israel – 67 years – יום העצמאות 2014 למדינת ישראל – 67 שנים -דגלנים

Full Recording – Israeli Declaration of Independence

Israeli Declaration of Independence as read by David Ben Gurion in Tel Aviv The following day, the 1948 war started with all neighboring arab countries sending thier armies to stop the foundation of a Jewish State–TsaoL9uT5w

USC Shoah Foundation i

USC Shoah Foundation is dedicated to making audio-visual interviews with survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides a compelling voice for education and action. The Institute currently has over 53,000 testimonies recorded in 39 languages in 61 countries that allow us to see the faces and hear the voices of those who witnessed history, allowing them to teach and inspire action against intolerance

Days of Remembrance: The Power of Music

Celebration of the state Israel – London, 1949 – Hatikva, Hora

Jews of London celebrate the foundation of the state Israel and sing the Hatikva and dance the Hora, 1949.

MACHAL – Volunteers from the Diaspora in 1948

Israel National News TV Archives: MACHAL, Volunteer Fighters from the Diaspora played a major role in Israel’s success in the 1948 War of Independence. MACHAL pilot, Smoky Simon and Former Israeli President Ezer Weitzman, who was the Israel Air Force’s founding commander, discuss the important role MACHAL played in 1948 and beyond..

Golda Meir Interview on Arab-Israeli Relations and Terrorism (1973) Golda Meir (Hebrew: גּוֹלְדָּה מֵאִיר‎‎; earlier Golda Meyerson, born Golda Mabovich (Голда Мабович); May 3, 1898 — December 8, 1978) was a teacher, kibbutznik and politician who became the fourth Prime Minister of the State of Israel. Meir was elected Prime Minister of Israel on March 17, 1969, after serving as Minister of Labour and Foreign Minister. Israel’s first and the world’s third woman to hold such an office, she was described as the “Iron Lady” of Israeli politics years before the epithet became associated with British prime minister Margaret Thatcher. Former prime minister David Ben-Gurion used to call Meir “the best man in the government”; she was often portrayed as the “strong-willed, straight-talking, grey-bunned grandmother of the Jewish people.” In 1974, after the conclusion of the Yom Kippur War, Meir resigned as prime minister. She died in 1978. After Levi Eshkol’s sudden death on February 26, 1969, the party elected Meir as his successor. Meir came out of retirement to take office on March 17, 1969, serving as prime minister until 1974. Meir maintained the coalition government formed in 1967, after the Six-Day War, in which Mapai merged with two other parties (Rafi and Ahdut HaAvoda) to form the Israel Labour party. In 1969 and the early 1970s, Meir met with many world leaders to promote her vision of peace in the Middle East, including Richard Nixon (1969), Nicolae Ceausescu (1972) and Pope Paul VI (1973). In 1973, she hosted the chancellor of West Germany, Willy Brandt in Israel. In August 1970, Meir accepted a U.S. peace initiative that called for an end to the War of Attrition and an Israeli pledge to withdraw to “secure and recognized boundaries” in the framework of a comprehensive peace settlement. The Gahal party quit the national unity government in protest, but Meir continued to lead the remaining coalition. In the wake of the Munich massacre at the 1972 Summer Olympics, Meir appealed to the world to “save our citizens and condemn the unspeakable criminal acts committed.” Outraged at the perceived lack of global action, she ordered the Mossad to hunt down and assassinate the Black September and PFLP operatives who took part in the massacre. The 1986 TV film Sword of Gideon, based on the book Vengeance: The True Story of an Israeli Counter-Terrorist Team by George Jonas, and Steven Spielberg’s movie Munich (2005) were based on these events. During the 1970s some Russian-Jewish emigrants were allowed to leave the Soviet Union for Israel by way of Austria. When seven of these emigrants were taken hostage at the Austria-Czechoslovakian border by Palestinian Arab fighters in September 1973, Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky closed the Jewish Agency’s transit facility in Schönau, Lower Austria. A few days later in Vienna, Meir tried to convince Kreisky to re-open the facility by appealing to his own Jewish origin, and described his position as “succumbing to terrorist blackmail”. Kreisky did not change his position, so Meir returned to Israel infuriated. A few months later Austria opened a new transition camp. Meir’s story has been the subject of many fictionalized portrayals. In 1977, Anne Bancroft played Meir in William Gibson’s Broadway play Golda. The Australian actress Judy Davis played a young Meir in the television film A Woman Called Golda (1982), opposite Leonard Nimoy. Ingrid Bergman played the older Golda in the same film. In 2003, the American Jewish actress Tovah Feldshuh portrayed her on Broadway in Golda’s Balcony, Gibson’s second play about Meir’s life. The one-woman show was controversial in its implication that Meir considered using nuclear weapons during the Yom Kippur War. Valerie Harper portrayed her in the touring company and in the film version of Golda’s Balcony. Supporting actress Colleen Dewhurst portrayed her in the 1986 TV-movie Sword of Gideon. In 2005, actress Lynn Cohen portrayed Meir in Steven Spielberg’s film Munich. Later on, Tovah Feldshuh assumed her role once again in the 2006 English-speaking French movie O Jerusalem. She was played by the Polish actress Beata Fudalej in the 2009 film The Hope by Márta Mészáros.

Golda Meir and the Foundations of Israel Dr. Henry Abramson Jewish History Lecture

A presentation of the life of Golda Meir (1898-1978), spanning her immigration to Israel in 1921 through the end of her term as the fourth Prime Minister of Israel in 1974. The lecture will discuss the foundations of the Yishuv, the pre-state Jewish community, and touch on the major social and military conflicts that Israel endured during the first three decades of its existence. The lecture was held at Young Israel of Bal Harbour.

By Air, Land, and Sea: Aliyah under the British Mandate

19.04.2015 Toldot Yisrael ( presents the dramatic stories of Jews from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Iraq who overcame great obstacles in their efforts to reach the Land of Israel. For 2,000 years, Jews around the world dreamed about returning to the Land of Israel. But the rise of antisemitism in the 1930s and 40s made the need to return to Israel far more urgent. Jews fled their homes in Europe and Arab Lands seeking refuge in Palestine but found the British Mandate had all but closed the doors to aliyah, forcing them to find dangerous and illegal methods to immigrate – by air, land, and sea. This movie is the fifth episode in the “Eyewitness 1948” short film series produced by Toldot Yisrael. It is the centerpiece of an educational pilot program made possible through the generous support of the Jim Joseph Foundation, the Alexander Family, and others.

Eyewitness 1948

Toldot Yisrael ( presents the story of six Jewish heroes who defiantly blew the shofar at the Kotel (Western Wall) over sixty years ago, when it was illegal to do so in British Mandatory Palestine. The British passed a law in 1930 forbidding Jews to blow the shofar at the Kotel, pray loudly there, or bring Torah scrolls, so as not to offend the Arab population. Despite this restriction, for the next seventeen years, the shofar was sounded at the Kotel every Yom Kippur. Shofars were smuggled in to the Kotel where brave teenagers defiantly blew them at the conclusion of the fast. Some managed to get away – others were captured and sent to jail for up to six months. Six of these men are still alive. Two weeks ago, these six men returned to the scene of their “crime”. Armed with shofars, they recounted their individual stories and blew shofar again at the Kotel. Echoes of a Shofar is the premiere episode in the “Eyewitness 1948” short film series produced by Toldot Yisrael and the History Channel. It is the centerpiece of an educational pilot program developed with The iCenter and made possible through the generous support of the Jim Joseph Foundation and others. Producer Eric Halivni (Weisberg) Director and Editor Tal Ella Production and Cinematography Peleg Levy Narrator Troy De Lowe Editor Nahum Grinberg Original Score and Sound Editor Uri Kalian מפיק: אריה הלבני במאי ועורך : טל אלה הפקה וצילום: פלג לוי עורך וידאו: נחום גרינברג מוסיקה ומיקס: אורי קליאן, סוויט סאונד קריין: טרוי דילו

The Founders: The Story of the 1948 Generation

“תולדות ישראל” בחדשות

יום עיון תיעוד בעל פה – תולדות ישראל 2014

המייסדים: סיפורו של דור תש”ח

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Israel: Birth of a State

Israel: Birth of a State This segment of the landmark documentary, The Jewish Americans tells the story of the establishment of the Jewish State and American Jewish efforts to make a homeland in Israel a reality. After World War II, the British found themselves in an increasingly precarious position in Palestine. World opinion favored the establishment of a Jewish state, or at least a sanctuary for the Jewish refugees from the Holocaust, in Palestine. Arab nationalists demanded a cessation of Jewish immigration to the region. Britain tried desperately, and ultimately unsuccessfully, to maintain control of this strategically important territory. In February 1947,Britain announced its intention to cede control of Palestine to the United Nations. The United Nations, in November 1947, passed a plan to partition Palestine into an Arab state and a Jewish state. The partition plan directed Britain to quit Palestine by August 1948. The plan was accepted by the Jews, rejected by the Arabs, and met with skepticism by the British. From November 1947 until their ultimate departure from the region in May 1948, Britain did little to prepare either party for independence as the British were convinced that no Jewish state could possible endure in the face of Arab armed forces that had pledged to attack upon the declaration of a Jewish state. Meanwhile, the Jews moved ahead with plans for statehood, establishing a provisional government under the leadership of David Ben Gurion in March 1948. On May 14, 1948 while Egyptian fighter-bombers flew overhead and the last remaining British troops prepared to depart, Ben Gurion and his cabinet gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum where they proclaimed the independence of the state of Israel. One day after the state was declared, the armies of Egypt, Transjordan, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon invaded Israel and the War of Independence began. Israel emerged victorious, but not without great cost. Thousands of Israeli and Arab soldiers died and approximately 600,000 Palestinians fled their homes, thus creating a refugee problem that continues to trouble the region to this day

Israel: The Birth of a Nation ( ישראל לידתה של אומה )

Israel: Birth of a Nation documentary shows true history of Israel’s legitimate establishment Israel: Birth of a Nation is a History Channel documentary presented by acclaimed British historian, Sir Martin Gilbert. The documentary chronicles the events of the Israeli War of Independence (1948-1949) using archive film, photographs, and interviews with participants. On May 15, one day after the creation of the State of Israel, the Arab armies of Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Lebanon invaded the new Jewish state. The Arab forces were significantly larger than Israel’s and were better equipped. Yet, coordination and organization were lacking and the Arab armies were often at odds with each other, seeking to incorporate territory from Palestine into their own states. Despite their small numbers, the Jews were well-organized, well-disciplined and well-trained. The war was marked by long periods of fighting and temporary cease-fires. Finally, fighting officially ended in January 1949, at which time Israel held the 5,600 square miles allotted to it by the UN partition plan plus an addition 2,500 square miles. Trans-Jordan held the eastern sector of Jerusalem and the West Bank and Egypt held the Gaza Strip. From January to July 1949, armistice agreements were signed with Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria based on the frontlines as they were at the end of the fighting. These lines created the borders of the new state and as a result, Israel gained control of the areas which would have been part of the Arab state envisioned by the UN had the Arab world not gone to war with Israel. At the time, Israel hoped that the armistice agreements would lead to official Arab-Israeli peace treaties. The Arab states, however, refused to recognize Israel’s existence and negotiate peace and remained in a state of war with the Jewish state. They continued their economic, political, social and cultural boycott of the Jewish state which was instituted by the Arab League in 1945. The Arab economic boycott of Israel prohibited Arab peoples, companies and states from conducting business both with Israel and with other companies who do business with Israel. They also embarked on a campaign to isolate the Jewish state in the international community. Some Arab leaders attempted secret negotiations with Israel. Tragically, some of them were murdered, including King Abdullah of Jordan who was assassinated in Jerusalem in 1951. The Arab states provided little help to Palestinians who became refugees after the war. Only Jordan offered Palestinian Arabs citizenship. Refugee camps were set up and maintained primarily by the United Nations and other international relief organizations.

Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Memorial Evening Ceremony Hannaton 2015

15.04.2015 Artistic expression with Ayalah Gura and Tamar Santis

Jewish Music Toronto does Eli Eli – אלי אלי – (Halicha Lekesariya) – Yom HaShoah and Yom Hazikaron

13.04.2015 In this week’s lesson, Jewish Music Toronto is taking some time to commemorate Yom HaShoah – יום השואה (Holocaust Remembrance Day) and Yom Hazikaron – יום הזיכרון (Israeli Memorial Day) in our own little way. We’re doing this by learning Halicha Lekesariya – הליכה לקיסריה, better known as Eli Eli (My God, My God) אלי, אלי. Details on the author, composer and translations are included within the video, as well as our resource links below. Links: Wikipedia Yom HaShoah – Yom Hazikaron –

יולי זלמנוביץ’ ניצולת שואה מפעילה צפירה ארצית


רכבת ההצלה – סרט על הרב הרצוג בזמן השואה

תיק תקשורת: תדמית ניצולי השואה בתקשורת

16.04.2015 איך סיקרה התקשורת את ניצולי השואה כשעלו לארץ, וכיצד היא מסקרת אותם כיום? רות בונדי, ניצולת שואה, סופרת ומתרגמת, וביתה טל בשן, עיתונאית ‘מעריב’ מתארחות באולפן. וגם- השבוע פורסם דו”ח של משרד הבריאות על כך שחצי מהילדים שחלו בסרטן בנפת חיפה בין השנים 98-2007, לקו במחלה בשל זיהום אוויר. באיזו צורה מכסה התקשורת את הנושא ומדוע? עו”ד אליס גולדמן, פעילה חברתית, מפרץ חיפה, דורון שפר, כתב קול ישראל בחיפה ואלי לוי, חדשות 10 יגיבו באולפן. שלוש הדקות האחרונות של התכנית חתוכות, ניתן לצפות בתכנית המלאה בלינק הבא:

Yom Hashoah, Remembering the Holocaust

From 1933-1945, the Nazis murdered 11 million people. On Yom Hashoah, the Day of Remembrance, we light a candle for those who lost their lives.

The Future of Judaism with Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

(Visit: For Jews and for Judaism the twentieth century brought unprecedented suffering and incredible achievements — but as a new century gets going, their role in the future is up for grabs. Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregation of the Commonwealth, refutes the arguments for isolationism and the self-sufficiency of “people that dwell alone” that have proven so tempting through history, instead making the case that Jews and Judaism must renew their sense of hope and purpose to engage positively with the developing global culture. Series: “Herman P. and Sophia Taubman Endowed Symposia in Jewish Studies” [2/2013] [Humanities] [Show ID: 24414]


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The Future of Remembrance: Presentation of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure

30.03.2015 This short film was premiered at the Presentation of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure on 26 March 2015 in Berlin. During this presentation the EHRI online portal was launched. The EHRI portal gives access to dispersed Holocaust sources and is a growing resource. At the time of the launch it already provided access to rich information about more than 1,800 Holocaust-related archival institutions in 51 countries, and to descriptions of tens of thousands of archival materials. Please visit the portal for online searching and more info,

A Glimpse of Jewish Life in Budapest Before the Holocaust By. Professor Rich Gair

While visiting the Holocaust Museum in Budapest, Hungary during July 2011 I shot this 5 min. plus clip. It shows various scenes of the once vibrant, cultured, happy life that Jews experienced on a daily basis. After the Shoah this vitality was replaced with death, destruction and just memories of what once was. A culture that lives on only through our memories, stories, pictures and remnants of it. Zachor!!

The Lost Faces of Europe’s Jews

See the faces of Jewish families that once populated this continent before the Holocaust. Their’s was a rich and vibrant culture, lost to the world forever.

Why Should We Remember?

Holocaust Education Video – Overview of the Holocaust and its relevance in today’s world.

A History Of The Jews In England The Beginning of Persecution and the Organization of Jewry

10.01.2015 For the first time Crusading enthusiasm—hitherto at a low ebb—spread throughout England among all classes, from highest to lowest. It was inevitable that the feeling against the Jews was accentuated. The heavy exactions of the previous reign, of which they had been to some extent the instruments, were not forgotten, and there was little prospect that the policy of the government would change. Increasing numbers and prosperity were a prolific cause of jealousy. In 1179 Pope Alexander III had felt obliged to exhort the king to protect the monks of St. Augustine’s, Canterbury, in their business dealings with the Jews, which must have been of considerable volume.

Jews and Law in England 1190 1290

19.03.2015 A talk by Paul Brand (University of Oxford) on the English laws regulating Jewish communities before their expulsion in 1290. The talk took place on March 4, 2015 in the approach to the 800th anniversary Magna Carta.

Bukharian Jewish Cemetery Chigotay in Tashkent, May 2012

Кайков ТВ представляет Благотворительный Фонд Ташкент Бухарско-еврейское кладбище “Чигатай” в г. Ташкенте снято в Мае, 2012 г.

Jewish Cemetery in Wrocław 1856 (museum) Walking tour, The most beautiful I have ever seen

Established in 1856, this 4.6 hectare cemetery is perhaps the most well-preserved testament to the former strength of Breslau’s pre-war Jewish community, with over 1200 gravestones. Closed in 1942, the cemetery quickly fell into deep neglect: in 1945 it was turned into a fortress by the Nazis and saw fierce fighting as evidenced by the eerie bullet holes in many of the gravestones. Preservation began in the 1970s and in 1991 it was opened as the Museum of Jewish Cemetery Art in tribute to the craftsmanship of its sepulchral art. Indeed the beauty and diversity of styles and symbols on display is perhaps unmatched anywhere. Many noteworthy figures are buried here, including the renowned biologist Ferdinand Cohn, the historian Heinrich Graetz (author of the first complete history of the Jews), Clara Immerwahl (first female PhD student at the University of Breslau, and wife of Fritz Haber, who committed suicide in objection to her husband’s work developing chemical warfare), Ferdinand Lassalle (founder and leader of the first labour party in Germany, killed in a duel), and the parents of Edith Stein; using old records some of their tombstones are slowly being restored. However, despite these modest efforts the Ślężna Street Cemetery remains a completely mysterious and evocative sanctuary of decaying vine-covered monuments, the broken pieces of which are stacked against each other, giving shelter to stray cats and shade to wildflowers. Well worth a visit.

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Chabad Buys Its Landmark New York Home

This one is in Ramat Shlomo, Jerusalem.Daniel Bar-On. This day in Jewish history, 1920 Lubavitcher rabbi who met with Freud dies … held to commemorate important dates in Lubavitch history — has grown substantially. … Today, Chabad remains without a successor rebbe to Menachem Mendel. And at …

Chabad house


770 Named ‘Unofficial’ Brooklyn Landmark
From Wikipedia,
A Chabad house is a centre for disseminating Traditional Judaism by the Chabad movement. Chabad Houses are run by a ChabadShaliach (emissary), his wife and family. They are located in cities and on or near college campuses.
The first Chabad house for university students was opened in March 1969 at the University of California, Los Angeles by RabbiShlomo Cunin. Cunin had been sent to Los Angeles in 1965 by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson to lay the groundwork for the organization’s West Coast activities.[1] In 1972 Cunin opened additional Chabad houses at the University of California, Berkeley andUniversity of California, San Diego.[2] By 2003, Cunin had overseen the establishment of nearly 100 Chabad houses in California.[1]
In a Chabad house, the Shaliach and Shalucha (rabbi and his wife) host programs, activities, and services for the local Jewish community and for tourists.[3]
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My 770 Chabad Lubavitcher Rebbe

Beautiful old video written, composed and performed by David Suissa (Chabad of Pacific Palisades). Music by Dan Radlauer. Background Vocals by Daniel Suissa. In honor of the Rebbe.

I really don’t know much about this video (in terms of where it comes from, etc). I’m a UConn student and I found this old video in my brother’s video collection so I thought it would be nice to share.

Tzama Lecha Nafshe Rebbe Chabad Lubavitch

Tzama Lecha Nafshe Rebbe Chabad Lubavitch Mendy Pellin ChabadTube Torah Rabbi Jewish

770 Eastern Parkway

Chabad Shiluchim Annual Photo Op At 770 Eastern Pkwy

This Day in Jewish History: Auckland Weeps as Topless Mayor Dies

Unfortunately, as mayor, he failed in attempts to push through a plan for a municipal rapid-rail network, a failure still lamented today by Aucklanders.

This Day in Jewish History: A Jew Who Pursued a Gentleman’s Pursuit Passes On

Alfred Knopf was supposed to become a lawyer but found himself magnetized by books – which he believed should be published with class.
Alfred A. Knopf

From Wikipedia,
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (pronounced /kəˈnɒf/, with an audible k and silent p) is a New York publishing house that was founded by Alfred A. Knopf Sr. in 1915. It was acquired by Random House in 1960 and is now part of the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.[1]

Random House has been owned since its 2013 merger of Penguin Group by Penguin Random House, a joint venture between Bertelsmann (53%) and Pearson PLC (47%).
Knopf was founded in 1915 and officially incorporated in 1918, with Alfred Knopf as president, Blanche Knopf as vice-president, and Samuel Knopf as treasurer. Blanche and Alfred traveled abroad regularly and were known for publishing European, Asian, and Latin American writers in addition to leading American literary trends. Samuel Knopf died in 1932. William A. Koshland joined the company in 1934, and worked with the firm for more than fifty years, rising to take the positions of President and Chairman of the Board. Blanche became President in 1957 when Alfred became Chairman of the Board, and worked steadily for the firm until her death in 1966. Alfred Knopf retired in 1972, becoming chairman emeritus of the firm until his death in 1984.
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Day at Night: Alfred A Knopf

Alfred Knopf discusses the publishing industry and his friendship with writer John Galsworthy. Topics included are the publisher-public relationship, the quality of books published to the public, and the history of publishing books.

Alfred A. Knopf

This Day in Jewish History / Marvin Minsky, who foresaw artificial intelligence before computers  Haaretz This Day in Jewish History / Marvin Minsky, who foresaw artificial … that the day will come when a human brain can be integrated into a robot, thus .. Marvin Minsky From Wikipedia Marvin Lee Minsky (born August 9, 1927) is an American cognitive scientist in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), co-founder of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s AI laboratory, and author of several texts on AI and philosophy Marvin Lee Minsky was born in New York City to an eye surgeon and a Jewish activist,[13] where he attended The Fieldston School and the Bronx High School of Science. He later attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. He served in the US Navy from 1944 to 1945. He holds a BA in mathematics from Harvard (1950) and a PhD in mathematics from Princeton (1954).[14][15] He has been on the MIT faculty since 1958. In 1959[16] he and John McCarthy founded what is now known as the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. He is currently the Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, and Professor of electrical engineering and computer science. foto Wikipedia read more…

Dr. Marvin Minsky — Immortal minds are a matter of time

Dr. Marvin Minsky — A.I. Pioneer & Mind Theorist. Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, MIT, Media Lab Widely recognized as one of the world’s foremost experts and pioneers of Artificial Intelligence. Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at M.I.T. His research led to advances in mathematics, neural and computer science, physics, psychology, computer graphics, symbolic mathematical computation, neural networks, knowledge representation, computational semantics, machine perception, symbolic learning and connectionist learning. In this video Dr. Marvin Minsky discusses the future of human minds, possibility of overcoming death and invites participants to the second international Global Future 2045 congress (June 2013) “Everything is made of atoms, and so if you make a machine, in some sense it’s made of the same kinds of material as brains are made, but organized, maybe either in very different ways, or fundamentally the same ways. No one knows very much about how the brain represents knowledge and does reasoning at the moment, so it’s hard to predict how long it will take to do things like that. At some point, when we understand how brains work, then we should be able to make functional copies out of other materials.” “When will all these great things happen, of overcoming death and making people more intelligent and turning ourselves into machines with replaceable parts, so that suffering and that sort of thing will disappear? It’s very hard to predict, but my impression is that progress has been slowing down rather rapidly in the last few decades, and that in the early days of cybernetics, from 1940 to 1980, we were learning more and more about the brain very rapidly, and contrary to many current opinions, I think we’re learning less and less in recent years.” says Dr. Marvin Minsky For more information about the GF2045 congress, please visit This Day in Jewish History / Ultimate ‘court Jew’ to the king of Austria dies Haaretz This Day in Jewish History / Ultimate ‘court Jew’ to the king of Austria dies. Samson Wertheimer may have been known as the ‘Jewish emperor’ but he …

Samson Wertheimer

From Wikipedia Samson Wertheimer (January 17, 1658 – August 6, 1724) was chief rabbi of Hungary and Moravia, and rabbi of Eisenstadt. He was also an Austrian financier, court Jew and Shtadlan to Austrian Emperor Leopold I. Wertheimer was born in Worms, the son of Joseph Josel Wertheimer (1626 – May 2, 1713), and received his education at the yeshivas ofWorms and Frankfurt am Main. He arrived in Vienna on December 2, 1684, and associated himself with the banker Samuel Oppenheimer, sharing the latter’s privilege of residence. During the absence of Oppenheimer, Wertheimer represented him in transactions with the Austrian government. Wertheimer soon gained the confidence of EmperorLeopold I, who presented a portrait of himself to Wertheimer and his son Wolf, and on December 15, 1701, followed this gift with another of 1,000 ducats for the financier’s success in obtaining for the daughter of the King of Poland a dowry of 1,000,000 florins from her father upon her marriage to Leopold’s brother-in-law Duke Charles Philip.  foto Wikipedia  read more… This Day in Jewish History: The girl who rattled the rabbi grows up, joins Supreme Court Haaretz This Day in Jewish History: The girl who rattled the rabbi grows up, joins … Kagan was certainly not the first Jewish justice of the high court – she’s … You don’t need to believe in God to believe in Judaism Haaretz Elena Kagan From Wikipedia Elena Kagan (pronounced /ˈkeɪɡən/; born April 28, 1960)[1] is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Kagan is the Court’s 112th justice and fourth female justice. Kagan was born and raised in New York City. After attending Princeton, Oxford, and Harvard Law School, she completed federal Court of Appeals and Supreme Court clerkships. She began her career as a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, leaving to serve as Associate White House Counsel, and later as policy adviser, under President Clinton. After a nomination to the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, which expired without action, she became a professor at Harvard Law School and was later named its first female dean. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kagan and her family lived in a third-floor apartment at West End Avenue and 75th Street[7] and attended Lincoln Square Synagogue.[8] Kagan was independent and strong-willed in her youth and, according to a former law partner, clashed with her Orthodox rabbi over aspects of her bat mitzvah.[7] ” ,,,,,,,,,, foto wikipedia read more…

President Obama Nominates Elena Kagan for Supreme Court Credit www whitehouse gov

04.08.2015 President Obama Nominates Elena Kagan for Supreme Court; May 10th 2010 Credit: www whitehouse gov

Elena Kagan “You know, like a good Jew, I was probably at a Chinese restaurant.”.mp4

30.06.2010 Lindsey Graham chose to make the Senate hearings of the confirmation of Elena Kagan a joke. He asked her where she was on “Christmas Day.” NOTICE how Kagan turns a [fake] cackle into an abrupt snear. It turns my stomach. She is a communist, check out her background. She’s surrounded herself with socialists and communists. I NEVER thought I’d see the day. This Day in Jewish History: Amos Kenan, iconoclast, peacenik, and would-be assassin dies Haaretz This Day in Jewish History: Amos Kenan, iconoclast, peacenik, and … state with a pre-Judaic ‘Hebrew’ identity rather than a religious ‘Jewish’ one. Amos Kenan From Wikipedia Amos Kenan (Hebrew: עמוס קינן‎), also Amos Keinan, (May 2, 1927 – August 4, 2009) was an Israeli columnist, painter, sculptor, playwright and novelist Amos Kenan was born Amos Levine in south Tel Aviv in 1927. His parents were secular socialists. His father was a Gdud HaAvoda veteran and a former construction worker who became a clerk after a work accident. He was a member of Hashomer Hatzair youth movement. In 1946 he met the poet Yonatan Ratosh and joined Ratosh’s Canaanite movement, which he remained identified with until the early 1950s.[3] He was

עמוס קינן – וזאת לתעודה | Amos Kenan – Vezot Lateuda

עמוס קינן – מארש לרגל אחת | Amos Kenan – Marsh for One Leg

Allied Victory In Europe (Scene from About Face: Jewish Refugee Soldiers film)

03.05.2015 One-time Jewish refugees from Germany: Eric Boehm, John Brunswick (born Hans Braunschweig, and Karl Goldsmith recall their triumphal return to their native Germany as Allied soldiers. About Face: The Story of the Jewish Refugee Soldiers of WWII Director: Steve Karras co-director Rosemarie Lizarraga Original Score by John Cale Narrated by Peter Coyote


LATEST24-hallo Treblinka extermination camp From Wikipedia, Treblinka (pronounced [trɛˈblʲinka]) was an extermination camp,[b] built by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II.[2] It was located near the village of Treblinka north-east of Warsaw in what is now the Masovian Voivodeship. The camp operated between 23 July 1942 and 19 October 1943 as part of Operation Reinhard, the most deadly phase of the Final Solution.[3] During this time, it is estimated that between 700,000 and 900,000 Jews were killed in its gas chambers,[6][7] along with 2,000 Romani people.[8] More Jews were killed at Treblinka than at any other Nazi extermination camp apart from Auschwitz.[9] READ MORE .. foto wikipedia The symbolic “remains” of the railroad in Treblinka

Nazi Concentration Camps – Film shown at Nuremberg War Crimes Trials

This Day in Jewish History: Israel enacts the symbolic ‘Jerusalem, Capital of Israel’ law Haaretz East Jerusalem was never actually annexed, but in 1980, Tehiya’s Geula Cohen decided to protect ‘the integrity and unity of greater Jerusalem,’ to the … East Jerusalem or Eastern Jerusalem (Arabic: القدس الشرقية‎, Hebrew: מזרח ירושלים) is the sector of Jerusalem that was not part of Israeli-held West Jerusalem at the end of the 1948-1949 Arab–Israeli War. Israeli and Palestinian definitions of it differ;[1] the Palestinian official position is based on the 1949-1967 post-armistice situation, while the Israeli position is mainly based on the current municipality boundaries of Jerusalem, which resulted from a series of administrative enlargements decided by Israeli municipal authorities since 1967. Despite its name, East Jerusalem includes neighborhoods to the north, east and south of the Old City, and in the wider definition of the term even on all these sides of West Jerusalem. read more… Geulah Cohen From Wikipedia Geulah Cohen (Hebrew: גאולה כהן‎, born 25 December 1925) is an Israeli former Irgun and Lehi member, politician, and journalist. Geulah Cohen was born in Tel Aviv during the Mandate era. She studied at the Levinsky Teachers Seminary, and earned a master’s degree in Jewish Studies, Philosophy, Literature and Bible at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.[1] In 1942 she joined the Irgun, and moved to Lehi the following year.[2][3][4] A radio announcer for the group, she was arrested by the British authorities in 1946. She was imprisoned in Bethlehem, but escaped from jail in 1947. She was also editor of the Lehi newspaper Youth Front. After Israeli independence in 1948, she contributed to Sulam, a monthly magazine published by former Lehi leader Israel Eldad. read more… fotos wikipedia

Geula Cohen

גאולה כהן בראיון על מנחם בגין

בראיון מספרת כהן על פרשת השילומים, על צניעותו, מאבק השילומים, בגין כמנהיג ומפקד האצ”ל, ועל כך שמנע מלחמת אחים והאמין באהבת ישראל. Geula Cohen, former MK and Deputy-Minister, reminisces on the Reparations episode, Begin’s modesty, Begin as a leader and Irgun commander, how he prevented civil war and his belief in the love of Israel.  This Day in Jewish History: The first post-WWII Jewish wedding in Berlin is held Haaretz The names of the bride and groom are lost to history, but not that of the … This count includes not only people in hiding, but also Jews of mixed .

Martin Riesenburger

Datei:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-77723-0002, Berlin, Gedenkstein für jüdische Opfer.jpg Berlin, Gedenkstein für jüdische Opfer Zentralbild/Zühlsdorf 9.11.1960 Berlin: Gedenkstein für jüdische Opfer des Faschismus enthüllt In einer Feierstunde am 9.11.1960, dem 22. Jahrestag der von den Faschisten 1938 veranstalteten “Kristallnacht”, wurde an der Stätte des ehemaligen jüdischen Altersheimes in der Grossen Hamburger Strasse ein Gedenkstein enthüllt. Während der Feierstunde ergriffen Hans Seigewasser, Vizepräsident des Nationalrats der Nationalen Front, und Rabbiner Martin Riesenburger das Wort. UBz.: Der Gedenkstein wird enthüllt. Rechts: Hans Seigewasser.Martin Riesenburger (* 14. Mai 1896 in Berlin; – 14. April 1965 ebenda) war ein deutscher Rabbiner. Nach dem Abitur studierte Riesenburger zunächst Zahnmedizin, brach das Studium während des Ersten Weltkriegs jedoch ab. Nach 1918 absolvierte er an der Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums in Berlin ein Studium der Religionsphilosophie. Daneben studierte er auch Musik und ließ sich zum Konzertpianisten ausbilden.[1] Riesenburgers offizieller Dienst in der Berliner Jüdischen Gemeinde begann am 1. Juni 1933 bereits unter dem drohenden Vorzeichen des Nationalsozialismus. Er war Prediger und Seelsorger im Jüdischen Altersheim in der Großen Hamburger Straße und in dem angeschlossenen Jüdischen Krankenhaus. Die NS-Instanzen verhafteten ihn 1942 für kurze Zeit; aufgrund seiner christlichen Ehefrau (die aber zum Judentum übergetreten war) wurde er dann zwar entlassen, stand jedoch unter polizeilicher Meldepflicht. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia This Day in Jewish History: The most famous director you never heard of dies – This Day … – Haaretz Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck on a Vespa. Photo by Wikimedia Commons. related articles. This Day in Jewish History / A brilliant actor who was … William Wyler From Wikipedia, William Wyler (July 1, 1902 – July 27, 1981) was a German-born American film director, producer and screenwriter.[1] Notable works included Ben-Hur (1959), The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), and Mrs. Miniver (1942), all of which won Wyler Academy Awards for Best Director, as well as Best Picture in their respective years, making him the only director of three Best Picture winners. Wyler received his first Oscar nomination for directing Dodsworth in 1936, starring Walter Huston, Ruth Chatterton and Mary Astor, “sparking a 20-year run of almost unbroken greatness.”[2] Wyler was born[4] to a Jewish family[5] in Mulhouse, Alsace (then part of the German Empire).[6] His Swiss father, Leopold, started as a traveling salesman which he later turned into a thriving haberdashery business in Mulhouse. His mother, Melanie (née Auerbach;[7] died February 13, 1955, Los Angeles, aged 77), was German, and a cousin of Carl Laemmle, founder of Universal Pictures. Photo by Wikipedia read more…..

William Wyler Accepts the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1976

In 1976, director, producer and writer William Wyler accepted the 4th AFI Life Achievement Award. Some of his most well known films include BEN-HUR, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, ROMAN HOLIDAY and FUNNY GIRL. In this video clip from the 1976 televised award ceremony Wyler discusses his career in his acceptance speech.

קליפ מרגש עד דמעות שוואקי שמע ישראל

Tisha B’Av – Special Clip Rabbi Wein teaches about Tisha B’Av

This Day in Jewish History / Human chameleon Peter Sellers dies: ‘There is no me … I had it

This day in Jewish history / ‘Dr. Strangelove’ premieres. By David B. Green | Jan. 29, 2013 | 8:57 AM. On July 24, 1980, the comic actor Peter Sellers …
Peter Sellers, CBE (born Richard Henry Sellers; 8 September 1925 – 24 July 1980) was a British film actor, comedian and singer. He performed in the BBC Radio comedy series The Goon Show, featured on a number of hit comic songs and became known to a world-wide audience through his many film characterisations, among them Chief Inspector Clouseau in The Pink Panther series of films.
Sellers was born on 8 September 1925, in Southsea, a suburb of Portsmouth. His parents were Yorkshire-born William “Bill” Sellers (1900–62) and Agnes Doreen “Peg” (née Marks, 1892–1967). Both were variety entertainers; Peg was in the Ray Sisters troupe.[3] Although christened Richard Henry, his parents called him Peter, after his elder stillborn brother.[4] Sellers remained an only child.[5] Peg Sellers was related to the pugilist Daniel Mendoza (1764–1836), whom Sellers greatly revered, and whose engraving later hung in his office. At one time Sellers planned to use Mendoza’s image for his production company’s logo. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Top 10 Peter Sellers Performances

He has been hailed as the best British comedian since Charlie Chaplin. Join as we count down our top 10 favorite Peter Sellers Performances.

Israel blasts Iran deal as ‘one of the darkest days in history‘ – The Washington Post

This Day in Jewish History / Irgun blows up British headquarters at King David Hotel The Irgun, headed by Menachem Begin, tried to warn the British to evacuate the King David in advance. But nobody listened, and 91 people died. King David Hotel bombing From Wikipedia, The King David Hotel bombing was an terrorist attack carried out on Monday July 22, 1946 by the militant Zionist underground organization, the Irgun, on the British administrative headquarters for Palestine, which was housed in the southern wing[1] of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem.[2][3][4] 91 people of various nationalities were killed and 46 were injured.[5] The hotel was the site of the central offices of the British Mandatory authorities of Palestine, principally the Secretariat of the Government of Palestine and the Headquarters of the British Armed Forces in Palestine and Transjordan.[5][6] The attack initially had the approval of the Haganah (the principal Jewish paramilitary group in Palestine). It was conceived as a response to Operation Agatha (a series of widespread raids, including one on the Jewish Agency, conducted by the British authorities) and was the deadliest directed at the British during the Mandate era (1920–1948) Photo by Wikipedia read more…

Palestine 1946: King David Hotel Bomb Warning Controversy

The King David Hotel bombing (July 22, 1946) was a bomb attack against the British Mandate government of Palestine and its armed forces by members of the Irgun, a militant Zionist organization, which was led at the time by Menachem Begin, a future Prime Minister of Israel. Members of the Irgun, commanded by Yosef Avni and Yisrael Levi [1] and dressed as ‘Arabs’ and as the Hotel’s distinctive Sudanese waiters, planted a bomb in the basement of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, part of which was being used as the base for the Mandate Secretariat, the British military headquarters and a branch of the police Criminal Investigation Division. The ensuing explosion caused the collapse of the south-western corner of the southern wing of the hotel. 91 people were killed, most of them staff of the secretariat and the hotel: 28 British, 41 Arab, 17 Jewish, and 5 others. Around 45 people were injured. Some of the deaths and injuries occurred in the road outside the hotel and in adjacent buildings. The attack on the hotel was the deadliest attack against the British in the history of the Mandate and is often credited as being a major factor in the British decision to relinquish the Mandate. If classed as terrorism, the attack was the most cowardly & deadliest of that kind anywhere in the world. Prime Minister Clement Attlee commented on the attack to the House of Commons: Hon. Members will have learned with horror of the brutal and murderous crime committed yesterday in Jerusalem. Of all the outrages which have occurred in Palestine against the Arabs, and they have been many and horrible in the last few months, this is the worst. By this insane act of terrorism 93 innocent people have been killed or are missing in the ruins. The latest figures of casualties are 41 dead, 52 missing and 53 injured. I have no further information at present beyond what is contained in the following official report received from Jerusalem: “It appears that after exploding a bomb in the street, presumably as a diversionary measure — this did virtually no damage — a lorry drove up to the tradesmen’s entrance of the King David Hotel and the occupants, after holding up the staff at pistol point, entered the kitchen premises carrying a number of milk cans. At some stage of the proceedings, they shot and seriously wounded a British soldier who attempted to interfere with them. All available information so far is to the effect that they were Jews. Somewhere in the basement of the hotel they planted bombs which went off shortly afterwards. They appear to have made good their escape.” The Zionist Irgun issued an initial statement accepting responsibility for the attack, blaming the British for the deaths due to failure to respond to the warning and mourning only the Jewish victims. A year later, on July 22, 1947, they issued a new statement saying that they were acting on instructions from “a letter from the headquarters of the United Resistance, demanding that we carry out an attack on the British at the King David Hotel as soon as possible.” In July 2006, Israelis including former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former members of Irgun attended a 60th anniversary celebration of the bombing, which was organized by the Menachem Begin Centre. The British Ambassador in Tel Aviv and the Consul-General in Jerusalem dissented, saying “We do not think that it is right for an act of terrorism, which led to the loss of so many lives, to be commemorated.” They also protested against an Israeli plaque that claims that people died because the British ignored warning calls, saying it was untrue and “did not absolve those who planted the bomb.” The plaque read “For reasons known only to the British, the hotel was not evacuated.” City officials agreed to amend the wording on the plaque?

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Israel blasts Iran deal as ‘one of the darkest days in history‘ … over Iran — whose leaders often have called for the annihilation of the Jewish state. … “This is under attack by people who really don’t know the terms of the agreement,” …

This Day in Jewish History / Russia releases ‘counter-revolutionary’ Lubavitcher Rebbe  – Haaretz Haaretz

Yosef Schneersohn was born on June 21, 1880, in the town of Lyubavichi, in what is todaythe Smolensk oblast of Russia. He was the only son of …

FrierdigerRebbePassportPic.jpgYosef Yitzchak Schneersohn

From Wikipedia, Yosef Yitzchak (Joseph Isaac)[1] Schneersohn (Hebrew: יוסף יצחק שניאורסאהן‎) was an Orthodox rabbi and the sixth Rebbe (spiritual leader) of the Chabad Lubavitch chasidic movement. He is also known as the Frierdiker Rebbe (Yiddish for “Previous Rebbe”), the Rebbe RaYYaTz, or the Rebbe Rayatz (an acronym for Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak). After many years of fighting to keep Orthodox Judaism alive from within the Soviet Union, he was forced to leave; he continued to conduct the struggle from Latvia, and then Poland, and eventually the United States, where he spent the last ten years of his life.Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Who Was Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson? Jewish Biography as History

03.03.2015 Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, also known as “Der Frierdiker Rebbe” (The Earlier Rebbe) to distinguish him from his successor, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, was the sixth leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. Living in tumultuous times, he shifted the center of the movement from its Eastern European origins to its current headquarters in the United States. Part of the Jewish Biography as History Series, more available at

This Day in Jewish History / A rabbi too shocking for Bavaria delivers his last sermon  – Haaretz Haaretz

Einhorn was something of a revolutionary in his readiness to re-imagine Jewish theology and law for a new age and a young country, with a vision that …

This Day in Jewish History / Nazi-hunters bombed, their car dies – This Day in Jewish – Haaretz

They didn’t desist, of course. In fact, 55 years after they first met, on a Paris Metro platform, Serge and Beate are still active, though these days, they are …

Serge and Beate Klarsfeld

From Wikipedia Serge Klarsfeld (born 17 September 1935) and Beate Klarsfeld (née Künzel, born 13 February 1939) are activists known for documenting the Holocaust in order to establish the record and to enable the prosecution of war criminals. Since the 1960s, they have been famous Nazi hunters, have made notable efforts to commemorate the Jewish victims from France of the Occupation, and have been supporters of Israel.Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia File:Klarsfelds.jpg

Only by removing the Confederate flag can the U.S. be who she says she is – Rabbis’ Round Table

In Jewish history, we too have had moments where our refusal to let go of old habits has prevented us from … The calendar coincidence this year in which the Fourth of July fell on the first day of Bein Hametzarim calls our attention all …

Serge and Beate Klarsfeld publish memoirs of Nazi-hunting years

21.04.2015 Subscribe to France 24 now: FOCUS : Serge and Beate Klarsfeld are France’s most famous Nazi hunters. They have just published their memoirs, recounting their decades spent tracking down Hitler’s henchmen and dragging them out of hiding into the public glare. Serge Klarsfeld is a Romanian-born Jew whose father was killed at Auschwitz and Beate is the daughter of a former German soldier. Visit our website:

English: The Siege and Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans Under the Command of Titus, A.D. 70, Oil on canvas
Deutsch: Belagerung und Zerstörung von Jerusalem durch die Römer unter Titus, 70 n. Chr., Öl auf Leinwand
The Seventeenth of Tammuz (Hebrew: שבעה עשר בתמוז‎, Shiv’ah Asar b’Tammuz) is a Jewish fast day commemorating the breach of the walls of Jerusalem before the destruction of the Second Temple.[1] It falls on the 17th day of the Hebrew month of Tammuz and marks the beginning of the three-week mourning period leading up to Tisha B’Av.[2] This day also commemorates the destruction of the Twin Tablets of the Ten Commandments. The Seventeenth of Tammuz occurs forty days after the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. Moses ascended Mount Sinai on Shavuot and remained there for forty days. The Children of Israel made the Golden Calf on the afternoon of the sixteenth of Tammuz when it seemed that Moses was not coming down when promised. Moses descended the next day (forty days by his count), saw that the Israelites were violating many of the laws he had received from God, and smashed the tablets.[3]Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

הרשל”צ הרה”ג יצחק יוסף שליט”א ימי בין המיצרים Av Bein Hametzarim התשע”ד

  This Day in Jewish History / A Russian who founded a Yiddish newspaper in America is born – This  Haaretz

Abraham Cahan was born in Podberez’ye, a village outside Vilna — today in Lithuania. His father, Scharkne Cahan, was a teacher of Hebrew and ..

Abraham Cahan

From Wikipedia, Datei:Abraham Cahan NYWTS.jpg   Abraham Cahan, half-length portrait, looking down at printed material on desk / World Telegram & Sun photo. Abraham “Abe” Cahan (July 7, 1860 – August 31, 1951) was a Belarusian-born Jewish-American socialist newspaper editor, novelist, and politician.[1],,, Abraham Cahan was born July 7, 1860, in Podberezhie in Belarus (at the time in Vilnius Governorate, Russian Empire), into an orthodox Litvak family. His grandfather was a rabbi in Vidz, Vitebsk, his father a teacher of Hebrew language and the Talmud. The devoutly religious family moved in 1866 to Vilnius, where the young Cahan received the usual Jewish preparatory education for the rabbinate. He, however, was attracted by secular knowledge and clandestinely studied the Russian language, ultimately prevailing on his parents to allow him to enter the Teachers Institute of Vilnius, from which he was graduated in 1881. He was appointed teacher in a Jewish government school in Velizh, Vitebsk, in the same year.[2] Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Abe Cahan Exhibit

We had the opportunity to check out the Forward’s exhibit of its founder Abe Cahan. It is an amazing exhibit showcasing the beginning of The Forward. During his years of activity, Cahan was either originator, collaborator, or editor of almost all the earlier socialist periodicals published in that language in the United States.Abraham Cahan in his later years. From 1903 until 1946, Cahan ran the Jewish Daily Forward (Forverts), a socialist Yiddish-language daily in New York. In 1906 he introduced an advice column named A Bintel Brief. As a rule, Cahan was one of the more temperate voices in the Socialist Party of America, respecting his readers’ religious beliefs and preaching an increasingly moderate version of the socialist gospel as time progressed. By 1924 Forverts had over a quarter of a million readers, making it the most successful non-English-language newspaper in the U.S. and the leading Yiddish paper in the world. Cahan quickly mastered the English language, and four years after his arrival in New York taught immigrants in one of the evening schools. Later he began to contribute articles to the Sun and other newspapers printed in English, and was for several years employed in a literary capacity by the Commercial Advertiser, where we was a regular contributor.

All About Ab (Cahan)


What’s Jewish about The Grateful Dead? – Music & Theater – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News

Still, Jews were, and to this day remain, a visible presence among the … a number of touchpoints to make for a kind of parallel Jewish history of the …

Grateful Dead in 1970. Left to right: Bill Kreutzmann, Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh.

From Wikipedia, The Grateful Dead are an American rock band formed in 1965 in Palo Alto, California.[1][2] Ranging from quintet to septet, the band was known for its unique and eclectic style, which fused elements of country, folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, rock, improvisational jazz, psychedelia, space rock,[3][4] for live performances of lengthy instrumental jams,[5][6] and for their devoted fan base, known as “Deadheads”. “Their music,” writes Lenny Kaye, “touches on ground that most other groups don’t even know exists.”[7] These various influences were distilled into a diverse and psychedelic whole that made the Grateful Dead “the pioneering Godfathers of the jam band world”.[8] They were ranked 57th in the issue The Greatest Artists of all Time by Rolling Stone magazine.[9] Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

The Grateful Dead – American Beauty (Álbum Completo) [Full Album]

This Day in Jewish History / Israel enacts a law welcoming all Jews – This Day in Jewish – Haaretz

… which established the terms that largely apply today. According to that amendment, anyone born to a Jewish mother, or who had at least one Jewish
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English: The Palmach, Immigration to Israel
עברית: האוניה נקשרה לרציף והצטרפה ל”צי הצללים”, Original Image Name:האנייה אקסודוס קשורה לרציף, Notes:נתקבל מ: א. הציוני, נוסח הקרדיט:אוצר תמונות הפלמ”ח The Palmach Photo Gallery

Law of Return

From Wikipedia The Law of Return (Hebrew: חֹוק הַשְׁבוּת, ḥok ha-shvūt) is Israeli legislation, passed on 5 July 1950, that gives Jews the right of return and the right to live in Israel and to gain citizenship.[1] In 1970, the right of entry and settlement was extended to people of Jewish ancestry, and their spouses. The Law of Return 5710-1950 was enacted by the Knesset, Israel’s Parliament, on July 5, 1950.[2] The Law declares the right of Jews to come to Israel: “Every Jew has the right to come to this country as an oleh.” Follow-up legislation on immigration matters was contained in the Nationality Law of 1952. The Law of Return was modified in 1970 to extend the right of return to non-Jews with a Jewish grandparent, and their spouses. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Professor Michael Sandel “The Law of Return and the Right of Return” Professor Michael Sandel “The Law of Return and the Right of Return” Jerusalem June 25th, 2012 Global Jewish Forum: A Free People In Our Land? Exploring Liberalism and Zionism

Youth Aliyah

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English: The first German Youth-Aliyah group walking to Kibbutz Ein Harod.
Deutsch: Die erste Jugend-Alijah Gruppe aus Deutschland, unterwegs nach Kibbutz Ein Harod.
עברית: הקבוצה הראשונה של “עליית הנוער” מגרמניה צועדת לעבר קיבוץ עין חרוד.

Youth Aliyah (Hebrew: עלית הנוער, Aliyat Hano’ar) is a Jewish organization that rescued thousands of Jewish children from the Nazis during the Third Reich. Youth Aliyah arranged for their resettlement in Palestine in kibbutzim and youth villages that became both home and school. Recha Freier, a rabbi’s wife, founded Youth Aliyah in Berlin on the same day that Adolf Hitler took power, Monday 30 January 1933. The organisation was founded to protect German Jewish youth from the impending Holocaust by sending them to pioneer training programs in Palestine after completing elementary school. The idea was supported by the World Zionist Organization. Freier supervised the organization’s activities in Germany, and Henrietta Szold in Jerusalem. Israeli postage stamps celebrating Youth Aliyah Youth Aliyah by ship Youth Aliyah by plane (“Flying Carpet”) Szold was skeptical about the merits of Freier’s proposal because, as the person responsible for social services by the Jewish Agency for all of Palestine, she was extremely pressed for funds and loath to take on a new untried program for German Jewish children. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

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The Miracle of Stalin’s Death

Nobody understood why, all of a sudden, in the middle of a winter day, … This maamar is about the self-sacrifice of the Jewish people in a time when it .

This Day in Jewish History / The great provocateur of Montreal dies – This Day in Jewish – Haaretz

After completing a Jewish primary school, Mordecai attended Baron Byng High School, followed by Montreal’s Sir George Williams University (today …

Mordecai RichlerMordecai Richler

From Wikipedia Mordecai Richler, CC (January 27, 1931 – July 3, 2001) was a Canadian writer. His best known works are The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1959) and Barney’s Version (1997); his 1989 novel Solomon Gursky Was Here was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 1990. He was also well known for the Jacob Two-Two children’s stories. The son of Lily (née Rosenberg) and Moses Isaac Richler,[1] a Jewish scrap yard dealer, Richler was born on January 27, 1931[2] and raised on St. Urbain Street in the Mile End area of Montreal. He learned Yiddish and English, and graduated from Baron Byng High School. Richler enrolled in Sir George Williams College (now Concordia University) to study English but dropped out before completing his degree. Years later, Richler’s mother published an autobiography, The Errand Runner: Memoirs of a Rabbi’s Daughter (1981), which discusses Mordecai’s birth and upbringing, and the sometimes difficult relationship between them.Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Mordecai-Richler Interview

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17 Tamuz, Rav Sherki – Eng subtitles

The fast of the 17th of Tammuz occurred this year on July 15. The five tragic events listed in the Talmud as having happened on this day can be seen as representing concentric circles, each one at a greater distance from the center of holiness. We pray that with Divine guidance we will be privileged to rebuild what we have lost.

This Day in Jewish History / The father of Feldenkrais dies

Though the charismatic Feldenkrais has been gone for three decades, his philosophy of life and of movement remains influential to this day. Moshe ..

Moshe Feldenkrais.pngMoshé Feldenkrais

From Wikipedia, Moshé Pinchas Feldenkrais (Hebrew: משה פנחס פלדנקרייז, May 6, 1904 – July 1, 1984) was an Israeli physicist and the founder of the Feldenkrais Method, designed to improve human functioning by increasing self-awareness through movement. Feldenkrais was born in the Russian Empire (present-day Ukraine) city of Slavuta. In 1918, he left his family, then living in Baranovichi, Belarus, to emigrate to Palestine.[1] There he worked as a laborer before obtaining his high-school diploma in 1925. After graduation, he worked as a cartographer for the British survey office. During his time in Palestine he began his studies of self-defense, including Ju-Jitsu. A soccer injury in 1929 would later figure into the development of his method.[2] Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

The Feldenkrais Institute of NY This was filmed at David Zemach-Bersin’s Feldenkrais Training Program in Montclair, NJ in 2001. The Feldenkrais Institute of NY (in Manhattan) is the largest center in North America devoted to the work of Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais.


Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais

Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais beschrieb seine Arbeit so: “Wie kann das Unmögliche möglich, das Mögliche leicht und das Leichte angenehm und elegant werden”. In den Kursen und Einzelstunden finden Sie einen wohlwollenden und guten Kontakt mit sich. In dieser Aufmerksamkeit erforschen wir unsere Bewegungsmöglichkeiten, Einschränkungen und manchmal auch Schmerzen. In einem bewussten Prozess des Spielens mit Bewegungsvariationen entsteht organisches Lernen. d.h. Bewegungsmuster die zu Verspannung und Schmerz führen werden erkannt und neue leichte, angenehme Formen der Bewegung und des Handels entwickelt.

Today is the birthday of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch (1880-1950). This is also the day on which he was liberated from exile to the Soviet 47 years later.Living Torah

Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn

From Wikipedia, File:FrierdigerRebbePassportPic.jpgYosef Yitzchak (Joseph Isaac)[1] Schneersohn (Hebrew: יוסף יצחק שניאורסאהן‎) was an Orthodox rabbi and the sixth Rebbe (spiritual leader) of the Chabad Lubavitch chasidic movement. He is also known as the Frierdiker Rebbe (Yiddish for “Previous Rebbe”), the Rebbe RaYYaTz, or the Rebbe Rayatz (an acronym for Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak). After many years of fighting to keep Orthodox Judaism alive from within the Soviet Union, he was forced to leave; he continued to conduct the struggle from Latvia, and then Poland, and eventually the United States, where he spent the last ten years of his life. Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn was born in Lyubavichi, Mogilev Governorate, Russian Empire (present-day Smolensk Oblast, Russia), the only son of Rabbi Sholom Dovber Schneersohn (the Rebbe Rashab), the fifth Rebbe of Chabad. He was appointed as his father’s personal secretary at the age of fifteen; in that year, he represented his father in the conference of communal leaders in Kovno. The following year (1896) he participated in the Vilna Conference, where Rabbis and community leaders discussed issues such as: genuine Jewish education; permission for Jewish children not to attend public school on Shabbat; the creation of a united Jewish organization for the purpose of strengthening Judaism. He participated in this conference again in 1908. Preceded by Sholom Dovber Schneersohn Rebbe of Lubavitch 1920–1950 Succeeded by Menachem Mendel Schneerson .Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia .

America Is No Different

An excerpt from a new JEM film featuring the films of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, the sixth Rebbe, with original commentary and first-hand interviews. 9 Adar II, 5700 — March 19, 1940 From Living Torah Volume 124 Program 496

This Day in Jewish History / The rabbi who saved the Dachau survivors passes away Haaretz

On June 28, 2007, Abraham J. Klausner, the rabbi who in the days and years following the liberation of Dachau did so much to assist the survivors .

Abraham Klausner

From Wikipedia Abraham Judah Klausner (April 27, 1915 – June 28, 2007) was a Reform rabbi and United States Army captain and chaplain who became a “father figure” for the more than 30,000 emaciated survivors found at Dachau Concentration Camp, 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Munich, shortly after it was liberated on April 29, 1945. He also cared for thousands more left homeless in camps as the victorious Allied Forces determined where they should go. Following ordination, Klausner joined the army and served as a chaplain at the Lawson General Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. Klausner eventually shipped out to Germany and was assigned to join the 116th Evacuation Hospital, which had just entered Dachau. The 116th Evacuation Hospital arrived at Dachau, which was 10 miles northwest of Munich, in May 1945, three weeks after the camp had been liberated on April 29, 1945. While Rabbi Eli Bohnen was the first Jewish chaplain in the United States Army to arrive at the Dachau concentration camp after its liberation, Bohnen’s unit remained only a short time. Rabbi Klausner arrived soon after. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia Klausner photographed in 1945 .

Interview No. (119)4A5 – Klausner, Abraham (קלאוזנר, אברהם)

Interviewer: Grobman, Alex (גרובמן, אלכס) Interviewee: Klausner, Abraham (קלאוזנר, אברהם)

This Day in Jewish History / A Yiddish writer dies, not that his widow told anybody – This – Haaretz

Chaim Grade was born on April 5, 1910, in Vilna, in the Russian empire (today, Vilnius, Lithuania). He always told people he was descended from an …

Chaim Grade on Yiddish Literature

Chaim Grade on the significance of modern Yiddish literature in Jewish History. From a lecture held at the Jewish Public Library of Montreal, December 7th, 1958. חײם גראַדע רעדט איבער דעם באַטײַט פֿון דער מאָדערנער ייִדישער ליטעראַטור װי אַ טײל פֿון דער ייִדישער געשיכטע. די רעקאָרדירונג איז אַן אױסצוג פֿון אַ רעפֿעראַט געהאַלטן בײַ דער ייִדישער פֿאָלקס-ביבליאָטעק פֿון מאָנטרעאַל, דעם 7סטן דעצעמבער 1958

Chaim Grades Legacy Continue’s

Yiddish WritersTribute:Chaim Grade & Isaac Bashives Singer.Prof.David Fishman Part #1.

Yiddish WritersTribute:Chaim Grade & Isaac Bashives Singer.Prof.David Fishman Part #2.

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From Wikipedia, Chaim Grade (April 4, 1910, in Vilnius, Lithuania (at the time occupied by the Russian Empire) – April 26, 1982, Los Angeles, California, buried in Riverside Cemetery, Saddle Brook, NJ [1]) was one of the leading Yiddish writers of the twentieth century. Grade was raised Orthodox-leaning, and he studied in yeshiva as a teenager, but ended up secular, in part from his poetic ambitions. Losing his family in the Holocaust, he resettled in New York, and increasingly took to fiction, writing in Yiddish. Initially he was reluctant to have his work translated.[1][2] He was praised by Elie Wiesel as “one of the great—if not the greatest—of living Yiddish novelists. Lesen Sie weiter Button - Orange Photos by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / A Zionist makes a very unfortunate marriage – This Day in – Haaretz

On June 25, 1889, Theodor Herzl married Julie Naschauer, initiating one of history’s most notoriously unhappy unions. At that stage, Herzl had not yet …

Theodor Herzl: Founder of Modern Zionism Jewish History Lecture by Dr. Henry Abramson

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Herzl and his family, c. 1866–1873

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From Wikipedia, Theodor Herzl (Hebrew: תאודור הֶרְצֵל, Theodor Hertzel; Hungarian: Herzl Tivadar; May 2, 1860 – July 3, 1904), born Benjamin Ze’ev Herzl (Hebrew: בִּנְיָמִין זְאֵב הֶרְצֵל, also known in Hebrew as חוֹזֵה הַמְדִינָה, Khozeh HaMedinah, lit. “Visionary of the State”) was an Austro-Hungarian journalist, playwright, politic al activist, and writer. He was one of the fathers of modern political Zionism. Herzl formed the World Zionist Organization and promoted Jewish migration to Palestine in an effort to form a Jewish state (Israel). He was born in Pest, the eastern, mostly flat part of Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary (now Hungary), to a secular Jewish family originally from Zimony (today Zemun, Serbia).[1] He was the second child of Jeanette and Jakob Herzl, who were German-speaking, assimilated Jews. File:Theodor Herzl Grab 20032005.JPG File:Herzldohanyi.jpg Lesen Sie weiter Button - Orange Photos by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Murder of Weimar minister shocks Germany – This Day in – Haaretz

This Day in Jewish History / Police presumably relieved as Kid Cann, bad to the last, passes on. By David B. Green | Jun. 21, 2015 | 1:19 AM. On June ..

File:Walther Rathenau.jpgWalther Rathenau

From Wikipedia, Walther Rathenau (September 29, 1867 – June 24, 1922) was a German industrialist, politician, writer, and statesman who served as Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar Republic. He was assassinated on June 24, 1922, two months after the signing of the Treaty of Rapallo. Rathenau was born in Berlin. His parents were Emil Rathenau and Mathilde Nachmann.[1] His father, Emil Rathenau was a prominent Jewish businessman and founder of the Allgemeine Elektrizitäts-Gesellschaft (AEG), an electrical engineering company. He studied physics, chemistry, and philosophy in Berlin and Strasbourg. His German Jewish heritage and his wealth[2] were both factors in establishing his deeply divisive reputation in German politics at a time of antisemitism. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhotos by Wikipedia

Part 6 of 10 — The Kahn Family: Lili Deutsch and Walther Rathenau

Coda: The Kahn Family

This Day in Jewish History / A Jew and an anti-Semite duel in Paris

On June 23, 1892, a duel took place in Paris that pitted a young Jewish army officer against one of the more notorious anti-Semites of the day. At the …

Marquis de Mores

From Wikipedia Antoine-Amédée-Marie-Vincent Manca Amat de Vallombrosa, Marquis de Morès et de Montemaggiore (June 14, 1858 – June 9, 1896), commonly known as the Marquis de Morès, was a famous duelist, frontier ranchman in the Badlands of Dakota Territory during the final years of the American Old West era, a railroad pioneer in Vietnam, and an anti-Semitic politician in his native France. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhotos by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / The Altalena arms ship reaches Israel – and is attacked with friendly fire

The bitterness caused by the incident remains fresh for many people even today. The Altalena, which was attacked off the coast of Tel Aviv, had been .

Speech by PM Netanyahu at Memorial for Victims of the Altalena

04.06.2015 נאום ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו בטקס האזכרה לחללי אלטלנה Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speech at the memorial ceremony for the victims of the Altalena וידאו: רועי אברהם, לע”מ סאונד: איתמר בוטון, לע”מ

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June 1948. The ship Altalena on fire after being shelled near Tel-Aviv. Altalena was a ship of the right wing zionist organisation “Irgoun”, which tried to give weapons to the fighters of irgoun in Isel. The Israeli government refused the existence of weapons furnitures without the control of IDF, and fight against the boat. File:Atalena crew.jpg Crew members of the Altalena. Bottom row center is Captain Monroe Fein File:PikiWiki Israel 32281 Altalena memorial at Tel Aviv beach.jpg

Altalena memorial at Tel Aviv beach
עברית: אנדרטת אלטלנה בתל אביב, Original Image Name:אנדרטת אלטלנה בתל אביב, Location:חוף תל אביב

Altalena Affair

From Wikipedia The Altalena Affair was a violent confrontation that took place in June 1948 by the newly created Israel Defense Forces against theIrgun (also known as IZL), one of the Jewish paramilitary groups that were in the process of merging to form the IDF. The confrontation involved a cargo ship, Altalena, captained by Monroe Fein and led by senior IZL commander Eliyahu Lankin, which had been loaded with weapons and fighters by the independent Irgun but arrived during the murky period of the Irgun’s absorption into the IDF   Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhotos by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Police presumably relieved as Kid Cann, bad to the last, passes on

He made regular visits back home to Minneapolis, where he died on this date in 1981. Blumenfeld had a traditional Jewish burial, presided over by ..

Isadore "Kid Cann" Blumenfield.jpgKid Cann

From Wikipedia Isadore Blumenfeld (September 8, 1900 – June 21, 1981), commonly known as Kid Cann, was a Jewish-American organized crime figure based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for over four decades and remains the most notorious mobster in the history of Minnesota. The power and influence he held in Minneapolis were often compared to that of Al Capone in Chicago and were associated with several high-profile crimes in the city’s history, including his alleged involvement in the 1924 murder of cab driver Charles Goldberg, the attempted murder of police officer James H. Trepanier, and the December 1935 killing of newspapermanWalter Liggett. He is also thought to have participated in the fraudulently dismantling of the Twin City Rapid Transit street railway during the early 1950s.  Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Good communist-turned-rights activist dies

Elena Bonner, disabled war veteran-turned-pediatrician, is best known for her activism — and for having been the voice of her exiled dissident …

Yelena Bonner

From Wikipedia Yelena Bonner (Russian: Елена Георгиевна Боннэр; 15 February 1923 – 18 June 2011)[1][2][3][4] was a human rights activist in the former Soviet Union and wife of the noted physicist Andrei Sakharov. During her decades as a dissident, Bonner was noted for her characteristic blunt honesty and courage Bonner was born Lusik Georgievna Alikhanova[7] in Merv, Turkmen SSR, USSR (now Mary, Turkmenistan). Her father, Georgy Alikhanov (Armenian name Gevork Alikhanyan), [8] was an Armenian who founded the Soviet Armenian Communist Party,[3] and was a highly placed member of the Comintern; her mother, Ruf, (Ruth Bonner), was a Jewish Communist activist. She had a younger brother, Igor, who became a career naval officer. Her family had a summer dacha in Sestroretsk and Bonner had fond memories there  Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by youtube

Elena Bonner – Internal Exile in the Soviet Union

Elena Bonner speaks at Oslo Freedom Forum 2009 Internal Exile in the Soviet Union

Reb Gavrial Saidov – Jewish History –
His brother, R. Yehuda Saidov, today a Chabad rabbi in Netanya and the spiritual leader of the local Bucharian community, relates the brilliant

Kirk-kerkorian.jpgKirk Kerkorian

From Wikipedia, Kerkor “Kirk” Kerkorian (June 6, 1917 – June 15, 2015) was an American businessman. He was the president/CEO of Tracinda Corporation, his private holding company based in Beverly Hills, California. Kerkorian is known as one of the important figures in shaping Las Vegas and, with architect Martin Stern, Jr.[3] the “father of the mega-resort”.[4] He built the world’s largest hotel in Las Vegas three times: the International Hotel (opened in 1969), the MGM Grand Hotel (1973) and the MGM Grand (1993).[5] Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

Kirk Kerkorian, Billionaire and Las Vegas Casino Mogul, Dies


Billionaire Kirk Kerkorian, an eighth-grade dropout who built Las Vegas’ biggest hotels, tried to take over Chrysler and bought and sold MGM at a profit three times, has died. He was 98. He died Monday night in Beverly Hills. The reserved, unpretentious Kerkorian spent much of his life trying to stay out of the spotlight and rarely gave interviews. He called himself a “small-town boy who got lucky.” He shunned glitzy Hollywood parties and movie premieres in favor of making deals. He also gave back, forming The Lincy Foundation at UNLV in 1989 to support Armenian causes. After shutting down in 2011, his assets went to The Dream Fund at the University of California, Los Angeles, that supports research and charitable projects.…

This Day in Jewish History / Artist enchanted by celestial objects is born

Beginning with what he identified in 1852 as a planet that was given the name Lutetia —today it is recognized as an asteroid — he went on to …

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Le Procope /Cafe Procope

Hermann Goldschmidt

From Wikipedia, Hermann Mayer Salomon Goldschmidt (June 17, 1802 – April 26, 1866) was a German-French astronomer and painter who spent much of his life in France. He started out as a painter, but after attending a lecture by the famous French astronomer Urbain Le Verrier turned to astronomy. His discovery of the asteroid Lutetia in 1852 was followed by further findings and by 1861 Goldschmidt had discovered 14 asteroids. He received the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1861 for having discovered more asteroids than any other person up to that time. He died from complications of diabetes.   Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

Chicago Blackhawks beat Tampa Bay Lightning to win NHL Stanley Cup (Reuters)

This Day in Jewish History / Scion of famous U.S. Jewish family, who gave money to charity … Reina was the daughter of the Jewish New York businessman Judah Hays. … And this is but a very partial list of his beneficiaries. … Unbeknownst to Judah, however, Catherine had died 16 days before him.

Judah Touro of Newport Rhode Island.jpgJudah Touro

From Wikipedia Judah Touro  (Newport, Rhode Island, June 16, 1775 – New Orleans, January 19, 1854) was an American businessman and philanthropist.[1],,, His father, Isaac Touro of Holland, was chosen in 1762 as the hazzan at the Touro Synagogue, a Portuguese Sephardiccongregation in Newport.[2][3] After the British captured Newport, Isaac and his family moved to New York in 1780, and then in 1782 to Kingston, Jamaica. In 1783 Isaac died and his wife, Reyna, moved the family to Boston, to live with her brother, Moses Michael Hays. Reyna Touro died in 1787, and Judah and his siblings were raised by his uncle, a merchant who helped found Boston’s firstbank.[4] ,,,,,, Judah Touro’s lasting fame, however, was as a philanthropist. He contributed $40,000—an immense sum at the time—to the Jewish cemetery at Newport, and bought the Old Stone Mill there, at that time thought to have been built by Norsemen, giving it to the city.[6] The park surrounding it is still known as Touro Park.,,,,,

The Jewish-American Hall of Fame-Part 1

, Features Columbus, Haym Salomon, Emma Lazarus, Levi Strauss, Touro Synagogue, Gershom Seixas, Rebecca Gratz, Uriah P. Levy, Adolph Ochs and Judah Magnes. Visit our web site

This Day in Jewish History / Music stars on solidarity visit to Israel spontaneously marry

The Six-Day War began a week later, on June 5, 1967, and lasted until June 10. Barenboim and du Pre remained in Israel and continued to perform .

File:Barenboim Vienna.jpgDaniel Barenboim

From Wikipedia Daniel Barenboim (German: [baːrənboim], Hebrew: דניאל ברנבוים; born 15 November 1942) is an Argentine pianist and conductor. Currently, he is general music director of La Scala in Milan,[2] the Berlin State Opera, and the Staatskapelle Berlin; he previously served as Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre de Paris. Barenboim is also known for his work with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, a Seville-based orchestra of young Arab and Israeli musicians, and as a resolute critic of theIsraeli occupation of Palestinian territories. ,,,,,,,, Daniel Barenboim was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to parents of Russian Jewish descent, Aida (née Schuster) and Enrique Barenboim.[5] He started piano lessons at the age of five with his mother, continuing to study with his father, who remained his only teacher. On 19 August 1950, at the age of seven, he gave his first formal concert in his hometown, Buenos Aires…….

Jacqueline du Pre – Kol nidrei (orchestral version)

Jacqueline du Pre & Daniel Barenboim ▶ ▶ selection videos in this playlist

File:Jacquelinedupredavidoff.jpgJacqueline du Pré

From Wikipedia, Jacqueline Mary du Pré, OBE (26 January 1945 – 19 October 1987) was an English cellist. At a young age, she achieved enduring mainstream popularity unusual for a classical performer. Despite her short career, she is regarded as one of the more uniquely talented cellists of the second half of the twentieth century. Du Pré is most famous for her iconic recording of Elgar’s Cello Concerto in E Minor, her interpretation of which has been described as “definitive” and “legendary” Du Pré was born in Oxford, England, the second child of Iris Greep and Derek du Pré. Derek was born in Jersey, where his family had lived for generations. After working as an accountant at Lloyds Bank in St Helier and London, he became assistant editor and later editor of The Accountant. Iris was a talented concert pianist who taught at the Royal Academy of Music.[2]Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / A diamond magnate drowns under mysterious circumstances

Barnett attended the Jews‘ Free School, under its legendary headmaster … a model of trade that still largely characterizes the gem market today.

File:Barney Barnato00.jpgBarney Barnato

From Wikipedia, Barney Barnato (21 February 1851 – 14 June 1897), born Barnet Isaacs, was a British Randlord, one of the entrepreneurs who gained control of diamond mining, and later gold mining, in South Africa from the 1870s. He is perhaps best remembered as being a rival of Cecil Rhodes. Barney Barnato claimed he had the same birthday as Cecil Rhodes (5 July 1853). Most biographies give his date of birth as 5 July 1852. However, his birth certificate (supported by census data) shows he was born Barnet Isaacs in Aldgate, London on 21 February 1851,[1] the son of Isaac and Leah Isaacs. He was educated by Moses Angel at the Jews’ Free School.Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

BARNEY BARNATO (TV Drama series) Barnato & Rhodes

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Diamond Fields Tourism – South Africa Travel Channel 24

Casale Monferrato Synagogue in Piedmont, Italy, May 18, 2008

I gave two concerts in this synagogue, in 2007 and 2008 – it’s known to some as the most beautiful synagogue in the world, and is more than 400 years old. Owner and Camera: Alex Jacobowitz

This Day in Jewish History / An artist who sought to connect the ‘English’ with the ‘Jewish’ dies

Solomon Hart, the first Jew accepted to the Royal Academy of Arts, expressed these ties in such masterpieces as ‘The Conference of Menasseh ben …
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The Feast of the Rejoicing of the Law at the Synagogue in Leghorn, Italy

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Milton visiting Galileo when a prisoner of the Inquisition. Oil painting by Solomon Alexander Hart, 1847.

Solomon Hart

From Wikipedia Hart Self Portrait.jpgSolomon Alexander Hart (April 1806 – 11 June 1881) was a British painter and engraver. He was the first Jewish member of theRoyal Academy in London and was probably the most important Jewish artist working in England in the 19th century. He was born at Plymouth, the son of Samuel Hart (fl. 1785–1830), a Jewish engraver and teacher of Hebrew. He remained an observant Jew all his life. He served as an engraver’s apprentice in London where he studied at the Royal Academy, and excelled in miniature painting. Hart became celebrated as a painter of historical scenes and characters, and in 1854 was appointed professor of Painting in the Royal Academy, and subsequently librarian. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Air Force pioneer Al Schwimmer is born

What began as aircraft-maintenance company Bedek in 1953 soon became Israel Aviation Industries, today the enormous Israel Aerospace Industries,

Al Schwimmer – 1917-2011

Al (Adolph) Schwimmer, one of the founders of the Israel Air Force and the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), and an Israel Prize laureate, died, Friday. He was 94. Schwimmer, an American citizen, was born in New York in 1917. An aeronautics graduate and a licensed pilot, he served in the US Air Force during WWII, and was awarded a medal of valor. In 1947 he volunteered to help the Haganah paramilitary group to acquire aircraft. Schwimmer formed an aviation company, purchased war surpluses and smuggled them to Israel via then-Czechoslovakia. In 1950, however, he was convicted by US authorities of violating the UN imposed embargo for smuggling the planes. He was stripped of his rights, but not imprisoned. In 2001 he was pardoned by then President Bill Clinton. “Ordered” by Israeli PM, David Ben-Gurion to leave the USA and start an aircraft overhauling facility in Israel, Schwimmer came to Israel and founded ‘Bedek National Aviation Institute’ – later to become the IAI. He served as the technological advisor to the prime minister in two different governments in the 1970s, and founded the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at the Israel Institute of Technology. In 2006 he was awarded the Israel Prize for his contributions to Israeli society.

File:Al Schwimmer.jpgAl Schwimmer

From Wikipedia Adolph William “Al” Schwimmer (Hebrew: אל שווימר‎;‎ 10 June 1917 – 10 June 2011) was an American-born Israeli engineer and businessman. He was the founder and first CEO of Israel Aerospace Industries. Schwimmer was born in New York in 1917 to Jewish parents who had emigrated to the United States from Eastern Europe. He never used his given birth name of Adolph, preferring the nickname “Al”.[1] In 1939, Schwimmer began his aerospace career at Lockheed Corporation as an engineer and also received his civilian pilot license. During World War II, he worked for TWA and assisted the U.S. Air Transport Command as a flight engineer.[2]Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 


An Israel Aircraft Industries Kfir C2 at the Muzeyon Heyl ha-Avir (Israeli Air Force Museum), Hatzerim Air Base, Israel, in 2006.

Israel Aerospace Industries BEDEK

Israel Aerospace Industries

From Wikipedia,

Israel Aerospace Industries (Hebrew: התעשייה האווירית לישראל ha-ta’asiya ha-avirit le-yisra’el) or IAI (תע”א) is Israel’s primeaerospace and aviation manufacturer, producing aerial systems for both military and civilian usage. It has 16,000 employees as of 2013. IAI is wholly owned by the government of Israel. In addition to local construction of fighter aircraft, IAI also designs and builds civil aircraft (including for Gulfstream with aircraft such as the G100/G150 and G200/G250 mid-sized business jets) and performs local maintenance and reconfiguration of foreign-built military and civilian aircraft. In addition, the company works on a number of missile, avionics, and space-based systems. Although IAI’s main focus is aviation and high-tech electronics, it also manufactures military systems for ground and naval forces. Many of these products are specially suited for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) needs, while others are also marketed to foreign militaries.  Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / A master of high comedy may have been born

S.N. Behrman, a child of Orthodox, Lithuanian immigrants, discovered a knack for knocking the higher classes, which he did with brilliant wit. By David ..

S. N. Behrman

From Wikipedia Samuel Nathaniel Behrman (June 9, 1893 – September 9, 1973) was an American playwright, screenwriter, biographer, and longtime writer for for The New Yorker.  Behrman’s family immigrated from what is now Lithuania to the United States, where Samuel Nathaniel Behrman was born, the youngest of three sons, in a tenement in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1893.[1] His parents spoke little English, and his father was a Talmudic scholar. (Though known for his sophisticated comedies and worldly characters, Behrman fondly dramatized his family-centered, impoverished childhood in one of his last plays, the 1958 The Cold Wind and the Warm, an autobiographical drama starring Eli Wallach, Maureen Stapleton, and Morris Carnovsky.[2]) His own path, however, took him far from the Orthodox world of his parents. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia

‘No Time for Comedy’

Princeton Summer Theater will perform S.N. Behrman’s “No Time for Comedy” through Aug. 2 at the Hamilton Murray Theater as part of a series of student productions. This Day in Jewish History / The ultimate hostess of enlightened Vienna dies

This Day in Jewish History / The ultimate hostess of enlightened Vienna dies. Fanny von Arnstein brought together European greats, from Mozart to …

File:Fanny Arnstein Litho.jpgFanny von Arnstein

From Wikipedia Baroness Franziska “Fanny” von Arnstein, born Vögele Itzig (September 29, 1758, Berlin – June 8, 1818, near Vienna) was a leader of society in Vienna. Fanny Arnstein was born the daughter of Daniel Itzig, and was a member of the extensive and influential JewishItzig family. She married the banker Nathan Adam von Arnstein, a partner in the firm of Arnstein and Eskeles; her sister Caecilie (Zipperche) was married to the other partner, Bernhard von Eskeles. They brought the social influences of Berlin to Vienna, notably the concept of the intellectual salon, to the Vienna of Joseph II. The Arnstein mansion at Vienna and her villas at Schönbrunn and Baden bei Wien were regularly used for hospitality. She was also involved in charitable works.

Datei:Fanny von ARNSTEIN.jpg Baroness Fanny von Arnstein Datei:Israelitischer Friedhof Währing September 2006 014.jpg   Image of the Jewish Cemetery in the Viennese district Währing and Döbling (Israelitischer Friedhof Währing). Parts of it were destroyed by the Nazis between 1938-45, the cemetery lay neglected as of September 2005.

Mordechai Gebirtig

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לוח זיכרון המוקדש למרדכי גבירטיג, שהוצבה בעת פסטיבל התרבות היהודי השלישי בקרקוב (14 ביוני 1992) על קיר ביתו של גבירטיג ברח’ ברק יוסלביץ’ מס’ 5 בקרקוב. בלוח תבליט דיוקנו, שעליו מצוין “מרדכי גבירטיג: נגר, משורר, זמר”; על פני הקשתות שמעל הדיוקן מתנוססות מילות הפואמה שלו “בלייב געזונט מיר, קראקע!” (ובפולנית: “Bądź zdrów mój Kraokwie”) – “היי לי בריאה, קרקוב”, או במשמעות האירונית של השיר: “היי שלום” [או “שלום ולא להתראות”], קרקוב”.

  This Day in Jewish History / A man of the people who sang of fire is murdered by Nazis Haaretz

A German soldier shot down folk hero Mordechai Gebirtig and his wife in Krakow Ghetto as Jews were boarding a train for deportation to the east.Photo by Wikipedia

Mordechai Gebirtig

From Wikipedia,

Mordechaj Gebirtig

Mordechai Gebirtig, born Mordecai Bertig[1] (Yiddish: מרדכי געבירטיג‎, b. 4 May 1877, Kraków, Austria Hungary; d. 4 June 1942, Kraków Ghetto, General Government[1]) was an influential Yiddish poet and songwriter. Mordecai Gebirtig (1877–1942) was born in Krakow and lived in its Jewish working-class quarter all his life, one which was ended by a Nazi bullet in the Kraków Ghetto on the infamous “Bloody Thursday” of June 4, 1942.[1] He is the preeminent “folk” artist in Yiddish literature and song. Gebirtig served for five years in the Austro-Hungarian army.[1] He was self-taught in music, played the shepherd’s pipe well, and tapped out tunes on the piano with one finger. He earned his livelihood as a furniture worker; music and theater were avocations. Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto By Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / A Jew becomes leader of Russia, if not for long

Perhaps Yakov Sverdlov’s stint as top Bolshevik was dimmed in memory by his untimely death at age 33, under very mysterious circumstances indeed …
Snow-covered statue of Sverdlov inYekaterinburg, formerly Sverdlovsk.

Yakov Sverdlov ☭

Yakov Sverdlov, Bolshevik activist. ***… “AN IMPERIOUS CHAIRMAN Sverdlov had to preside a great deal. He was Chairman of many bodies and at many meetings. He was an imperious Chairman. Not in the sense that he shut off discussion, or curbed the speakers, and so on. Not at all. On the contrary, he never quibbled or insisted on formalities. His imperiousness as Chairman consisted in this, that he always knew exactly what practical decision was before the body; he understood who would speak, what would be said, and why; he was quite familiar with the backstage aspects of the issue — and every big and complex issue has its own backstage; he was adept at giving the floor in time to speakers who were needed; he knew how to put the proposition to a vote in time; he knew what could be carried and he was able to carry what he wanted. These traits of his as Chairman were bound up indissolubly with all his qualities as a practical leader, with his ability to appraise people in the flesh, realistically, with his inexhaustible inventiveness in the field of organizational and personnel combinations. During stormy sessions he was adept at permitting the assembly to become noisy and let off steam; and then at the proper moment he would intervene to restore order with a firm hand and a metallic voice. Sverdlov was of medium height, of dark complexion, thin and gaunt; his face, lean; his features, angular. His powerful and even mighty voice might have seemed out of consonance with his physique. To an even greater degree this might be said of his character. But such an impression could be only fleeting. And then the physical image became fused with the spiritual. Nor is this all, for this gaunt figure with its calm unconquerable and inflexible will and with its powerful but not flexible voice would then stand forth as a finished image. “Nichevo,” Valdimir Ilyich would sometimes say in a difficult situation. “Sverdlov will tell them about it in his Sverdlovian bass and the matter will be settled …” In these words there was affectionate irony. In the initial post-October period the Communists were, as is well-known, called “leatherites,” by our enemies, because of the way in which we dressed. I believe that Sverdlov”s example played a major role in introducing the leather “uniform” among us. At all events he invariably walked around encased in leather from head to toe, from his leather cap to his leather boots. This costume, which somehow corresponded with the character of those days, radiated far and wide from him, as the central organizational figure. Comrades who knew Sverdlov in the underground days remember a different Sverdlov. But in my memory Sverdlov remains clothed in leather as in an armor grown black under the blows of the first years of the Civil War. We were gathered at a session of the Political Bureau when Sverdlov, who was burning up with fever at home, took a turn for the worse. E.D. Stassova, the then Secretary of the Central Committee, came in during the session. She had come from Sverdlov”s apartment. Her face was unrecognizable. “Jacob Mikhailovich feels poorly, very poorly,” she said. A glance at her sufficed to understand that there was no hope. We cut the session short. Vladimir Ilyich went to Sverdlov”s apartment, and I left for the Commissariat to prepare to depart immediately to the front. In about 15 minutes a phone call came from Lenin, who said in that special muted voice which meant great strain: “He is gone.” “He is gone.” “He is gone.” For a while each of us held the receiver in our hands and each could feel the silence at the other end. Then we hung up. There was nothing more to say. Jacob Mikhailovich was gone. Sverdlov was no longer among us.” March 13, 1925

YakovSverdlov.jpgJakow Swerdlow

 Wikipedia, Yakov Mikhailovich Sverdlov (Russian: Я́ков Миха́йлович Свердло́в; IPA: [ˈjakəf mʲɪˈxajləvʲɪtɕ svʲɪrdˈlof]; known under pseudonyms “Andrei”, “Mikhalych”, “Max”, “Smirnov”, “Permyakov”; 3 June [O.S. 22 May] 1885 – 16 March 1919) was a Bolshevik party leader and chairman of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee. Sverdlov was born in Nizhny Novgorod as Yakov Mikhailovich Sverdlov to Jewish parents Mikhail Izrailevich Sverdlov and Elizaveta Solomonova. His father was a politically active engraver who eventually went into forgery, and arms storage and dealing partially to support his family. The Sverdlov family had six children Lesen Sie weiter Button - OrangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / The man who realized that mass murder depends on petty bureaucrats

Hilberg understood that Adolf Hitler genuinely intended to eliminate the Jews, but also believed the Holocaust was only made possible by a complex …

Shoah-Part 2: Interview with Raul Hilberg

Director Claude Lanzmann interviews Holocaust historian Raul Hilberg about the train schedules that represent the deaths of thousands of Jews, calling into question Walter Stier’s and other Germans’ claims that they knew nothing about the Final Solution.

File:Hilberg1.jpgRaul Hilberg

From Wikipedia Raul Hilberg (June 2, 1926 – August 4, 2007) was an Austrian-born American political scientist and historian. He was widely considered to be the world’s preeminent[1][2][3] scholar of the Holocaust, and his three-volume, 1,273-page magnum opus, The Destruction of the European Jews, is regarded as a seminal study of the Nazi Final Solution. Hilberg was born to a Polish–Romanian Jewish family in Vienna, Austria. Hilberg was very much a loner, pursuing solitary hobbies such as geography, music and train spotting.[4] Though his parents attended synagogue on occasion, he personally found the irrationality of religion repellent and developed an allergy to it. He did however attend a Zionist school in Vienna, which inculcated the necessity of defending against, rather than surrendering to, the rising menace of Nazism  .Read More Button--orangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Enigmatic ‘living work of art’ and savior of German Jews shot down by

June 1, 1943, is the day on which Wilfrid Israel, the mysterious but saintly savior of many thousands of German Jews in the years leading up to the …

Trailer: Wilfrid Israel – The Savior from Berlin – The Story of a Forgotten Hero

Trailer of the new film: “Wilfrid Israel – The Savior from Berlin – The Story of a Forgotten Hero”. Learn more at Currently the film runs in its Hebrew version with English subtitles. Soon enough, the English version, and a bit later the German version will be available.

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Wilfrid Israel

From Wikipedia, Wilfrid Berthold Jacob Israel (11 July 1899 – 1 June 1943) was an Anglo-German businessman and philanthropist, born into a wealthy Anglo-German Jewish family, who was active in the rescue of Jews from Nazi Germany, and who played an important role in the Kindertransport. Described as “gentle and courageous” and “intensely secretive”, Wilfrid Israel avoided public office and shunned publicity, but had, according to his biographer Naomi Shepherd, an “almost hypnotic” ability to influence friends and colleagues. Martin Buber described him as “a man of great moral stature, dedicated to the service of others”.[1] He was killed when his civilian passenger plane, en route from Lisbon to Bristol, was shot down by a Luftwaffe fighter patrol over the Bay of Biscay.Read More Button--orangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This is the essence: to have compassion upon all beings ~ Moshe Cordovero ( )

Moses ben Jacob Cordovero

From Wikipedia File:ציון הרמק2.JPG Moses ben Jacob Cordovero (Hebrew: משה קורדובירו‎‎; 1522–1570), was a central figure in the historical development of Kabbalah, leader of a mystical school in 16th-century Safed, Israel. He is known by the acronym the Ramak. After the Medieval flourishing of Kabbalah, centered on the Zohar, attempts were made to give a complete intellectual system to its theology, such as by Meir ibn Gabbai. Influenced by the earlier success of Jewish philosophy in articulating a rational study of Jewish thought, Moshe Cordovero produced the first full integration of the previous differing schools in Kabbalistic interpretation. While he was a mystic inspired by the opaque imagery of the Zohar Read More Button--orangePhoto by Wikipedia

Rabbi Moshe Cordovero and the Tomer Devorah Dr. Henry Abramson

This video concentrates on the life and work of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (1522-1570), a prominent Kabbalist of Safed, Israel. This lecture was originally delivered at Young Israel of Bal Harbour but technical difficulties rendered the audio portion inaudible (which is the point of audio, after all) so this is a replacement lecture. Delivered by Dr. Henry Abramson of Touro College South.

This Day in Jewish History / A star dancer who didn’t want to seem ‘less Jewish’ is born

Nonetheless, she agreed to change her name to Pearl Lang – but of the works she choreographed for her own company, most had Jewish themes.

Madonna: Driven (2001) Part 3 of 7

Madonna moves to New York to pursue her dreams of becoming a professional dancer. Also covers her brief time in Paris as a back singer/dancer for the Patrick Hernandez Revue and the nude modeling she did to support herself during this time. Includes interviews with: Pearl Lang, Stephen Bray, and painter/photographer Anthony Panzera. MADONNA DRIVEN 2001 television special on Madonna’s early years and her drive to succeed: from her childhood in Detroit, to her days as a struggling dancer in New York and the beginnings of her music career.

File:Pearl Lang.jpgPearl Lang

From Wikipedia Pearl Lang (May 29, 1921 – February 24, 2009) was an American dancer, choreographer and teacher renowned as an interpreter and propagator of the choreography style of Martha Graham, and also for her own longtime dance company, the Pearl Lang Dance Theater A native of Chicago, Lang began her dance training as a child and studied acting at the Goodman Theatre Her dance teacher was Frances Allis who taught movement for actors as well as her own modern dance technique which has many similarities to Graham’s. Lang studied Allis technique and performed with her company in Chicago. In 1938, at the age of 17, she enrolled in a program for gifted students at the University of Chicago, where she remained until 1941, the year of her move to New York. Born Pearl Lack, she adopted the stage name, “Pearl Lang”, s  Read More Button--orangePhoto by Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / A biologist who decided that capitalism is environmentally disastrous is

Barry Commoner was an early ecologist who noticed that everything was connected with everything else, and thus wound up on the cover of Time …

File:Barry Commoner Time Magazine February 2, 1970 Vol 95 No 5.jpgBarry Commoner

From Wikipedia, Barry Commoner (May 28, 1917 – September 30, 2012) was an American biologist, college professor, and politician. He was a leading ecologist and among the founders of the modern environmental movement. He ran for president of the United States in the1980 U.S. presidential election on the Citizens Party ticket.[1] He served as editor of Science Illustrated magazine.[2] Commoner was born in Brooklyn, New York, on May 28, 1917, the son of Jewish immigrants from Russia.[3] He received hisbachelor’s degree in zoology from Columbia University in 1937 and his master’s and doctoral degrees from Harvard University in 1938 and 1941, respectively.Read More Button--orangePhoto by Wikipedia

Barry Commoner – Scientist, Candidate and Planet Earth’s Lifeguard


Mazal tov, Herman Wouk, on your 100th birthday!

… among more than a dozen other novels – is 100 years old today. … Not a few people in the 1970s and 1980s learned what they knew about the history of … Betty underwent conversion, taking on the additional, traditional Hebrew …

File:Herman Wouk.jpgHerman Wouk

From Wikipedia, Herman Wouk (/ˈwk/; born May 27, 1915) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author whose novels include The Caine Mutiny,The Winds of War and War and Remembrance. Herman Wouk was the son of Esther (née Levine) and Abraham Isaac Wouk.[1] His family was Jewish and had emigrated fromRussia. After a childhood and adolescence in the Bronx and a high school diploma from Townsend Harris High School, he earned aB.A. from Columbia University in 1934, where he was a member of the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity    Read More Button--orangePhoto by Wikipedia   Herman Wouk in Jerusalem, 1955

What’s My Line? – Herman Wouk; Van Heflin (Oct 23, 1955)

04.12.2013 Herman Wouk, author of “The Caine Mutiny”, appears as the first mystery guest. Wouk got his start as a professional writer on the staff of Fred Allen’s radio show.

This Day in Jewish History / The town of Blois kills its Jews Haaretz

The murders in 1171 were the first case of blood libel in continental Europe — though no crime had been reported, let alone associated with the Jews.

Jews in the Medieval Economy (Essential Lectures in Jewish History) by Dr. Henry Abramson

07.10.2014 An introductory lecture on the role of Jews in the medieval European economy. Part of the Essential Lectures in Jewish History series. More available at

Jews in the Middle Ages

From Wikipedia   French Jews of the Middle Ages. From the 1901-1906 Jewish Ecyclopedia. The history of Jews in the Middle Ages spans the timeframe of approximately 500 CE to 1750 CE. This article covers the medieval history of Jews in the Christian-dominated Western European region. See the History of the Jews in the Byzantine Empire forEastern Europe. The other two themes that comprise the history of Jews during the Middle Ages include Jewish history in MuslimArab lands, mainly Islamic Spain, and the Jewish history in North Africa. File:BritLibCottonNeroDiiFol183vPersecutedJews.jpg The yellow badge Jews were forced to wear can be seen in this marginal illustration from an English manuscript.

From the fall of Rome to the Late Middle Ages (500-1500)

Historically, Jews are believed to have originated from the Israelite tribes of the Land of Israel.[1][2][3][4] Their first migration to Europe began when large amounts of them moved to Italy, France, and Germany in the early 4th century.[5][6][7] Afterwards, due to various pogroms that took place during the early Middle Ages, they fled mostly to Poland and Lithuania, and from there spread over the rest of Eastern Europe.[8][9] These European Jews later came to be known as Ashkenazi Jews.  Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / A brilliant actor who was not a communist dies very young

This Day in Jewish History / A brilliant actor who was not a communist dies very young. John ‘Julie’ Garfield, who was so picky about his roles that …

John Garfield

This was meant to be uploaded for John’s birthday but it is probably a little too sad for that. However it is a celebration of his wonderful, underappreciated talent, showcased best when playing down-to-earth, yet troubled characters. I don’t really know what else to say, except that in the few films of his I’ve seen, I have been consistently impressed. I think it’s terrible that he died so young and was so ruined by the McCarthy witch-hunts. On the bright side, he’s still quite valued today and a few of his films are very well remembered. He’s not my favourite actor, but he certainly is one of the best. CLIPS FROM: The Postman Always Rings Twice He Ran All The Way Tortilla Flat Humoresque Music is the title theme from ‘Midnight Cowboy’

John Garfield

File:Bette Davis & John Garfield.JPG From Wikipedia, John Garfield (March 4, 1913 – May 21, 1952) was an American actor adept at playing brooding, rebellious, working-class characters.[1] He grew up in poverty in Depression-era New York City and in the early 1930s became an important member of theGroup Theater. In 1937, he moved to Hollywood, eventually becoming one of Warner Bros.’ major stars. Called to testify before the U.S. Congressional House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), he denied Communist affiliation and refused to “name names,” effectively ending his film career,,,,,, Garfield was born Jacob Julius Garfinkle in a small apartment on Rivington Street in Manhattan’sLower East Side, to David and Hannah Garfinkle, Russian Jewish immigrants    Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia File:John Garfield in Gentleman's Agreement trailer.jpg Cropped screenshot of John Garfield from the trailer for the film Gentleman’s Agreement.

This Day in Jewish History / Shabtai Zissel is bar mitzvahed, and turns out to be Bob Dylan

Taught by an Orthodox rabbi who appeared mysteriously, the young Bob Dylan studied Torah upstairs and fell in love with the rock scene in the bar …

Top 10 Bob Dylan Songs

Bob Dylan - Azkena Rock Festival 2010 2.jpgBob Dylan

From Wikipedia, Bob Dylan (/ˈdɪlən/; born Robert Allen Zimmerman, May 24, 1941) is an American singer-songwriter, artist, and writer. He has been influential in popular music and culture for more than five decades. Much of his most celebrated work dates from the 1960s when his songs chronicled social unrest, although Dylan repudiated suggestions from journalists that he was a spokesman for his generation. Nevertheless, early songs such as “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “The Times They Are a-Changin'” became anthems for the American civil rights and anti-war movements ……….. Bob Dylan and the Band touring in Chicago, 1974 Bob Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman (Hebrew name שבתאי זיסל בן אברהם [Shabtai Zisl ben Avraham])[2][3] in St Mary’s Hospital on May 24, 1941, the first of two boys, inDuluth, Minnesota,[4][5] and raised in Hibbing, Minnesota, on the Mesabi Range west of Lake Superior. Dylan’s paternal grandparents, Zigman and Anna Zimmerman, emigrated from Odessa in the Russian Empire now Ukraine,  Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / A rabbi who urged the Orthodox to join the world is born

This Day in Jewish History / A rabbi who urged the Orthodox to join the world … Azriel attended a Jewish primary school in Halberstadt, the first in the …

Secret World of Hasidism

An in depth documentary on the world of Hasidism, ,,,, It explains what Hasidism is, and how it differs to contemporary Judaism. It covers the laws of Judaism, Kosher food, weddings and those who have embraced and left Judaism. It features Luzer Twersky and Jewish author Simon Jacobson.

File:Hildesheimer Azrial enface.jpgAzriel Hildesheimer

From Wikipedia Esriel Hildesheimer (also Azriel and Israel, Yiddish: עזריאל הילדעסהיימער; May 20 1820 – July 12 1899) was a German rabbi and leader ofOrthodox Judaism. He is regarded as a pioneering moderniser of Orthodox Judaism in Germany and as a founder of Modern Orthodox Judaism. Hildesheimer was born in Halberstadt, Province of Saxony, Kingdom of Prussia, the son of Rabbi Löb Glee Hildesheimer, a native ofHildesheim, Electorate of Hanover, a city near Hanover. He attended the Hasharat Zvi school in Halberstadt, and, from age seventeen, theYeshiva of Rabbi Jacob Ettlinger in Altona; Chacham Isaac Bernays was one of his teachers and his model as a preacher. While studying in yeshiva Hildesheimer also studied classical languages. In 1840 he returned to Halberstad    Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / Physicist who wrote movingly about evading the Nazis is born

Abraham Pais was the last Jew to do his PhD in the Netherlands before the Nazi deportations began, and won a reprieve from death due to his genius

Abraham Pais.jpgAbraham Pais

From Wikipedia, Abraham Pais (May 19, 1918 – July 28, 2000) was a Dutch-born American physicist and science historian. Pais earned his Ph.D. from University of Utrecht just prior to a Nazi ban on Jewish participation in Dutch universities during World War II. When the Nazis began the forced relocation of Dutch Jews, he went into hiding, but was later arrested and saved only by the end of the war.[1] He then served as an assistant to Niels Bohr in Denmark and was later a colleague of Albert Einstein at the Institute for Advanced Studyin Princeton, New Jersey. Pais wrote books documenting the lives of these two great physicists and the contributions they and others made to modern physics. He was a physics professor at Rockefeller University until his retirement.  Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / A humiliated Syria hangs Israeli spy Eli Cohen

Cohen had penetrated the highest echelons of the Syrian command and suspected they were hunting for a mole. But he went back one more time.

Eli Cohen tried and executed as Israeli spy in 1965.

In the early 1960’s Eli Cohen became a spy for Israel. Posing as a wealthy Arabic businessman, he gained the confidence of many prominent government officials in Syria. Cohen learned many military secrets before he was caught, tortured and executed in 1965. Two years later during the Six Day War, Israel used Cohen’s information to easily defeat the overconfident Syrian army. One of his brilliant feats was to recommended that trees be planted to shade the soldiers’ outposts. The Israeli army then knew the exact location of every one of them because of the trees. To this day his body is still in Syria. His widow has been campaigning for its release and return but stated that it should not in exchange for freeing terrorists. This Jewish History Moment was brought to you by Israel National Radio. For more news and politics on Israel and the Jewish world visit for free streaming a audio and podcasts.

Israel, Syria and The Bible~The Eli Cohen Story

The Impossible Spy 1987 John Shea Eli Wallach Full Length Movie

The Impossible Spy 1987 John Shea Eli Wallach Full Length Movie **** Director: Jim Goddard Stars: John Shea, Eli Wallach, Sasson Gabai

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From Wikipedia Eliahu (Eli) ben Shaoul Cohen (Hebrew: אֱלִיָּהוּ בֵּן שָׁאוּל כֹּהֵן, 16 December 1924 – 18 May 1965) (Arabic:ايلي كوهين) was an Israelispy. He is best known for his espionage work in 1961 – 1965 in Syria, where he developed close relationships with the political andmilitary hierarchy there and became the Chief Adviser to the Minister of Defense. Syrian counter-intelligence authorities eventually uncovered a spy conspiracy, tried and convicted Cohen under pre-war ‘martial law’ to death penalty in 1965. The intelligence he gathered is claimed to have been an important factor in Israel’s success in the Six Day War.[1] File:Eli cohen22.jpg Eli Cohen was born in Alexandria to a devout Jewish and Zionist family in 1924. His father had moved there from Aleppo in 1914. In January 1947, he chose to enlist in theEgyptian Army as an alternative to paying the prescribed sum all young Jews were supposed to pay, but was declared ineligible on grounds of questionable loyalty. Later that year, he left university and began studying at home after facing harassment by the Muslim Brotherhood. In the years following the creation of Israel, many Jewish families left Egypt. Though his parents and three brothers left for Israel in 1949  Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / An actress so moving that anti-Semites pelted her — with flowers — is

This Day in Jewish History / An actress so moving that anti-Semites pelted … But it is said that she was so popular during this period that some of her …

YIDDISH THEATRE, New York…memories

File:Bertha Kalich 1.pngBertha Kalich

From Wikipedia, Bertha Kalich, (also spelled Kalish) (17 May 17, 1874 – 18 April 1939) was a Jewish actress, born in Lemberg, Galicia (now Lviv,Ukraine). Though she was well-established as an entertainer in Eastern Europe, she is best remembered as one of the several “larger-than-life” figures that dominated New York stages during the “Golden Age” of American Yiddish Theatre during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.[1] Historians estimate that, during her career, Kalich performed more than 125 different roles in seven different languages. Kalich was born Beylke Kalakh in what was then Austria-Hungary, the only child of Solomon Kalakh, a poor brush manufacturer and amateur violinistRead More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

Jerusalem Day 2015: History And Facts About Israeli National Holiday, Yom Yerushalayim

International Business Times
Forty-eight years ago, Jerusalem was reunited under Jewish sovereignty for the first time in … This year, Jerusalem Day will be observed on May 17.

1967 Jerusalem

Images from Jerusalem right after the war in 1967. The kotel, Western Wall, being reopened to Jews.

Jerusalem Day – Yom Yerushalayim – יום ירושלים – Sisu et Yerushalaim – Givat Hatakhmoshet

This is a compilation of short clips about Jerusalem Day. Jerusalem Day – Yom Yerushalayim – יום ירושלים – Sisu Et Yerushalayim – Givat Hatachmoshet – Har HaBait Beyadenu – Am Israel Chai

ריקוד דגלים- Dancing with Israeli flags on the Jerusalem day

ריקוד הדגלים ביום ירושלים Dancing with Israeli flags on the Jerusalem day

סלפי ירושלמי – יום ירושלים Jerusalem Day

Jerusalem Day

From Wikipedia, Jerusalem Day (Hebrew: יום ירושלים‎, Yom Yerushalayim) is an Israeli national holiday commemorating the reunification of Jerusalemand the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City in the aftermath of the June 1967 Six-Day War. The day is officially marked by state ceremonies and memorial services. The Chief Rabbinate of Israel declared Jerusalem Day a minor religious holiday to mark the regaining of access to the Western Wall.[1] While the day has lost its significance for most secular Israelis,[2][3][4] the day is still very much celebrated by Israel’s Religious Zionist community[5][6] with parades and additional prayers in the synagogue.Under International Law, in the San Remo agreement in 1920, Jerusalem and Israel was given to the Jews for a homeland and is therefor still legally Jewish land[7] . Under the 1947 UN Partition Plan, which proposed the establishment of two states in the British Mandate of Palestine—a Jewish state and an Arab state—Jerusalem was to be an international city, neither exclusively Arab nor Jewish for a period of ten years Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / A rabbi, astronomer and inventor honored by Russia dies – Haaretz

The brilliance of Chaim Selig Slonimski, who loved God and science, is evident in the wild span of his innovations, from advanced metal plating to …

File:Slonimski Chaim Zelig.jpgHayyim Selig Slonimski

From Wikipedia Hayyim Selig Slonimski (Hebrew: חיים זעליג סלונימסקי‎, also known by his acronym CHaZaS) (1810-1904) was a Hebrew publisher,astronomer, inventor, and science author Hayyim Selig Slonimski was born in Białystok, in the Grodno Governorate of the Russian Empire (present-day Poland) on March 31, 1810. He pioneered the education of Jews in Eastern Europe in science; to do this, he introduced a vocabulary of technical terms created partly by himself into the Hebrew language. His reputation as a strictly orthodox rabbi assured fellow Jews that his scientific teachings would not undermine religion.  . Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / Ocean liner leaves Germany with fleeing Jews on board… Haaretz

This Day in Jewish History / Ocean liner leaves Germany with fleeing Jews on board… …Yet of the 937 passengers, nearly a third wound up …

When Canada Said No: The Abandoned Jews of the MS St. Louis

In May 1939, the oceanliner MS St. Louis departed Hamburg, Germany carrying Jewish refugees desperate to flee Nazi Germany. They tried to escape any way they could. But the world did not want them. This is their story.

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File:StLouisPorthole.jpgMS St. Louis

From Wikipedia The MS St. Louis was a German ocean liner most notable for a single voyage in 1939, in which her captain, Gustav Schröder, tried to find homes for 915 Jewish refugees from Germany, after they were denied entry to Cuba, the United Statesand Canada, until finally accepted in various European countries, which were later engulfed in World War II. Historians have estimated that, after their return to Europe, approximately a quarter of the ship’s passengers died in concentration camps. The event was the subject of a 1974 book, Voyage of the Damned, by Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts. It was adapted for a 1976 American film of the same title. Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / Archaeologist announces finding 2000-year old letters by Bar Kochba

The letters presented by Yigael Yadin were signed by Bar Kochba, the man revered by modern Israelis — but who led the Jewish nation to disaster.

Wysinfo Docuwebs: Yigael Yadin on the Dead Sea History


12.04.2015 CAVE OF LETTERS: JEWS vs. ROMANS (AMAZING ANCIENT HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) Follow an expedition to a remote cave in the Judean desert, first excavated by the famed Israeli archeologist Yigael Yadin in 1960-61. Yadin uncovered a cache of ancient documents, human skulls, and artifacts that shed light on a legendary revolt by Jews against the Roman Empire in the year 132. The uprising, led by Jewish patriot Shimon Bar-Kokhba, is said to have resulted in the Roman slaughter of 580,000 Jews. Explore t

The Temple Scroll

A description of the Temple Scroll one of the longest of the scrolls purchased by Professor Igael Yadin

File:Israeli delegation to the 1949 Armistice Agreements talks.jpgYigael Yadin

From Wikipedia, Yigael Yadin (Hebrew: יִגָּאֵל יָדִין, born Yigael Sukenik (Hebrew: יגאל סוקניק‎) 20 March 1917 – 28 June 1984) was an Israeliarcheologist, politician, and the second Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces.

The Israeli delegation to the 1949 Armistice Agreements talks. Left to right: Commanders Yehoshafat Harkabi, Aryeh Simon, Yigael Yadin, and Yitzhak Rabin(1949)

IDF Chief of Staff Yigael Yadin presenting a decoration to actorEdward G. Robinson (1950)

Yadin was born in 1917 to noted archeologist Eleazar S ukenik and educationalist and women’s rights activist Hasya Feinsod Sukenik.[1] He joined the Haganah at age 15, and served there in a variety of different capacities. In 1946, however, he left the Haganah following an argument with its commander Yitzhak Sadeh over the inclusion of a machine gun as part of standard squad equipment. Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia  The Israeli delegation to the 1949 Armistice Agreements talks. Left to right: Commanders Yehoshafat Harkabi, Aryeh Simon, Yigael Yadin, and Yitzhak Rabin(1949)

Menashe Kadishman

From Wikipedia,

A Tribute to Artist Menashe Kadishman

10.05.2015 Iconic Israeli painter and sculpture Kadishman died at the age of 82

Popular Jewish Museum, Berlin & Menashe Kadishman videos

Menashe Kadishman (August 21, 1932 – May 8, 2015) (Hebrew: מנשה קדישמן‎;) was an Israeli sculptor and painter. Kadishman artworks are presented in central locations in Israel, such as Habima Square and his paintings can be found in many different galleries in Israel. He is most famous for his metallic sculptors and colorful sheep paintings. From 1947 to 1950, Kadishman studied with the Israeli sculptor Moshe Sternschuss at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv, and in 1954 with the Israeli sculptor Rudi Lehmann in Jerusalem. In 1959, he moved to London, where he attended Saint Martin’s School of Art and the Slade School of Art.[1] During 1959 and 1960 he also studied with Anthony Caro and Reg Butler.[1] He remained here until 1972; he had his first one-man show there in 1965 at theGrosvenor Gallery. . Read More Button--orangePhotos by Wikipedia

This Day in Jewish History / A Jewish engineer so good the Nazis wanted him back is born

Theodore von Kármán’s insights into aerodynamics, and tinkering, is the reason mankindtoday has jet engines. By David B. Green | May 11, 2015 …

NASA | Theodore von Kármán and the Creation of JPL [HD]

04.01.2014 The year 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of Theodore Von Karman’s death. Born in Budapest, Austria-Hungary in 1881, Von Karman emigrated to the United States in 1930, joining the faculty of the Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory at Caltech, where he remained until 1944. He then gradually moved to Washington, DC., to head the Air Force’s Scientific Advisory Group. He was ultimately awarded the first Medal of Science by President Kennedy in 1963. Von Karman was also the first director of JPL. This talk will tell the story of Von Karman’s role in founding rocketry at Caltech, and Caltech’s role in developing rocket weapons for the U.S. Military during World War II.

Theodore von Kármán

From Wikipedia, Theodore von Kármán (Hungarian: Szőllőskislaki Kármán Tódor; May 11, 1881 – May 6, 1963) was a Hungarian-Americanmathematician, aerospace engineer and physicist who was active primarily in the fields of aeronautics and astronautics. He is responsible for many key advances in aerodynamics, notably his work on supersonic and hypersonic airflow characterization. He is regarded as the outstanding aerodynamic theoretician of the twentieth century Von Kármán was born into a Jewish family in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as Kármán Tódor. One of his ancestors was RabbiJudah Loew ben Bezalel.[2] He studied engineering at the city’s Royal Joseph Technical University, known today as Budapest University of Technology and Economics. . Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / An extraordinary Jewish leader dies in punitive exile in Uzbekistan

Moses Schorr, rabbi and scholar, Jewish activist and Polish senator, was found guilty by Russia of ‘defending the interests of the bourgeoisie.’.

The Jews in Poland-Lithuania and Russia: 1350 to the Present Day

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

A middle aged man with glasses and a beard and moustacheMoses Schorr

From Wikipedia Moses Schorr, Polish: Mojżesz Schorr (May 10, 1874 – July 8, 1941) was a rabbi, Polish historian, politician, Bible scholar,assyriologist and orientalist. Schorr was one of the top experts on the history of the Jews in Poland. He was the first Jewish researcher of Polish archives, historical sources, and pinkasim. The president of the 13th district B’nai B’rith Poland, he was a humanist and modern rabbi who ministered the central synagogue of Poland during its last years before the Holocaust. Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Biologist who discovered ‘death genes’ through worm research is born

H. Robert Horvitz won the Nobel Prize following a unique insight that mysteries of human genetics could be elucidated by studying lowly animals.

H. Robert Horvitz (MIT/HHMI): When Stockholm Called

Lecture Summary: Have you ever wondered how scientists react when they discover that they have been awarded a Nobel Prize? Horvitz, one of the winners of the 2002 Prize for Medicine or Physiology, tells us where he was and what he did when he found out he had won.

H. Robert Horvitz

From Wikipedia, Howard Robert Horvitz (born May 8, 1947) is an American biologist best known for his research on the nematode wormCaenorhabditis elegans. Horvitz was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Mary R. (Savit), a school teacher, and Oscar Freedom Horvitz, a GAO accountant.[1]He did his undergraduate studies at MIT in 1968, where he joined Alpha Epsilon Pi. He obtained his PhD in Biology from Harvard University in 1974. Read More Button--orangePhotos by  youtube

This Day in Jewish History / The movie producer who didn’t go to Hollywood but created it is born

Marcus Loew started working at age 6, quit school at 9 and became the quintessential capitalist, building an entertainment empire and creating MGM.

MGM 90th Anniversary – Official® [HD]

22.01.2014 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) announced today a yearlong global campaign to honor the studio’s storied 90-year legacy. Founded in 1924 when theater magnate Marcus Loew bought and merged Metro Pictures Corp. with Goldwyn Pictures and Louis B. Mayer Productions, MGM and its legendary roaring lion logo signify the golden era of Hollywood to film lovers around the world. Since its inception, the company has led the industry in creating some of Hollywood’s greatest stars and is home to over 175 Academy Award-winning films, including 14 Best Pictures. The celebration of 90 extraordinary years kicks off today, as the MGM icon, Leo the Lion, is immortalized with a paw print ceremony at the world famous TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, cementing his place in Hollywood history. Sylvester Stallone, writer and star of Rocky (1976), one of MGM’s most iconic and enduring characters, is also on hand to commemorate the special occasion. MGM is debuting a special 90th anniversary trailer which will play in theaters, on MGM channels – including MGM’s 24/7 movie network, MGM HD its action-themed VOD channel, Impact and its premiere multicast programming service dedicated to movies, THIS TV – as well as on DVD products and across social media. The trailer includes a tapestry of iconic images and scenes from films in MGM’s library, evoking a deep emotional connection and celebrating the company’s extensive contributions to the entertainment world. Additionally, several of MGM’s signature films including Rocky, Rain Man, Fargo, RoboCop and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, have been meticulously restored in 4K resolution (four times the clarity of HD) and will be presented on Blu-ra for a high-definition home viewing experience. These re-releases will be issued through MGM’s home entertainment partner, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, and are now available for pre-order on Amazon. Other initiatives to mark the company’s 90th anniversary include: – MGM will complement its already vast collection of films currently available on Blu-ray by releasing new titles across all genres throughout the year. Upcoming titles for release include In the Heat of the Night, A Chorus Line, and The Birdcage. – MGM has created a one-of-a-kind collector’s book and bonus video disc companion commemorating 90 amazing years, featuring interviews from award-winning filmmakers, directors, and actors discussing the significance of their contributions to MGM’s legacy. The book and video highlight the evolution and history of the legendary studio and provide an extensive look into the studio’s golden years, classics, iconic franchises and much more. Interviews include Sylvester Stallone on Rocky, Clint Eastwood on The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis on Thelma and Louise, and Walter Mirisch on The Pink Panther. The bonus disc will also be available accompanying select DVD offerings. – Fans can also relive their favorite film moments at, a unique Tumblr website and the first Tumblr integration to feature a studio’s full library. The MGM 90th Tumblr site’s dynamic design encourages fans to explore and immerse themselves into rich content celebrating 90 years of MGM filmmaking. As fans integrate socially with the yearlong celebration, the Tumblr site will serve as an active aggregator showcasing all of the current sharing and postings.

File:1914 MarcusLoew his 42ndSt office NYC.pngMarcus Loew

From Wikipedia Marcus Loew (May 7, 1870 – September 5, 1927) was an American business magnate and a pioneer of the motion picture industry who formed Loews Theatres and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM). Marcus Loew was born into a poor Polish Jewish family who had emigrated to the U.S. And settled in New York City just a year before. He was forced by circumstances to work at a very young age and had little formal education. Nevertheless, beginning with a small investment from money saved from menial jobs, he bought into the penny arcade business. Shortly after, in partnership withAdolph Zukor and others, Loew acquired a nickelodeon and over time he turned Loew’s Theatres into a leading chain of vaudeville and movie theaters in the United States.  Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Peace activist unloved by his country dies

This Day in Jewish History / Peace activist unloved by his country dies. Austria’s Albert Fried performed a scientific analysis of war, and he won a …

Vom Wiener Lehrling zum Friedensnobelpreisträger

11.04.2012 (c) Andreas H. Landl für AK Präsident Herbert Tumpel erwies Wiens Friedensnobelpreisträger die Ehre. Tumpels Vater war Esperantist und ein Mann er Lettern, sprich gelernter Drucker wie der Friedensnobelpreisträger. Tumpel ist ein Anliegen, dass die von den Nazis verbrannten Bücher der Pazifisten in Österreich wieder zugänglich gemacht werden. Denn was nicht gedruckt vorliegt ist nicht zugänglich und kann tot geschwiegen werden. Ab jetzt wir “zurückgedruckt”, denn: Im Land der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten schaffte ein Bursche aus elendigen Verhältnissen eine Karriere mit Lehre. Er wurde der einzige Wiener Friedensnobelpreisträger. Bis 2006 war das in Wien kaum jemandem bekannt. Denn der war Freidenker aus einer jüdischen Familie, Pazifist, Gewerkschafter, Friedensjournalist, Internationalist und Freimauerer. Soviel Friedensengagement war natürlich für die Militaristen im deutschsprachigen Raum ab 1914 zuviel des Guten. Fried und seine Werke wurden bekämpft. Er musste zweimal fliehen. Einmal aus Österreich und einmal aus Bayern. Rechtsextreme aller Couleur säuberten die Bibliotheken in vier Wellen von seinen Werken. So kam es, dass selbst Friedensbeweger wie ich oder Herbert Tumpel der Präsident der Arbeiterkammer bis 2006 nichts über den Wiener Friedensnobelpreisträger wussten. Walter Göhring stieß bei der Recherche über Ferdinand Hanusch auf den Wiener Friedensnobelpreisträger und macht erstmals 2006 breiter publik, was fast vollkommen verdrängt war. Am 11.04.2012 18:00 Uhr gab es eine hochkarätige Veranstaltung des Instituts für Gewerkschafts- und AK Geschichte und derAlfred Hermann Fried Gesellschaft Löcker Verlag in der AK Bibiliothek in Wien. “Zwei Mal in der Geschichte ging der begehrte Friedensnobelpreis auch an ÖsterreicherInnen: 1905 an Bertha von Suttner (1843-1914) und 1911 an Alfred Hermann Fried (1864-1921). Die Leistungen des Friedensnobelpreisträgers Alfred Hermann Fried standen lange Zeit im Schatten Bertha von Suttners. Vielfach unbekannt ist, dass Fried * als Buchhandelslehrling eine Jugendgewerkschaft gründete, die in die Gewerkschaft der Kaufmännischen Angestellten mündete, eine der Vorläufer organisationen der heutigen GPA-djp. * Ab 1892 gab er gemeinsam mit Bertha von Suttner die pazifistische Zeitschrift „Die Waffen nieder!” heraus, in der er u.a. seine pazifistischen Ideen artikulierte. Dass Fried damit zu den Vorkämpfern der europäischen Friedensbewegung gehörte, ist heute ebenfalls vielfach vergessen: mit seiner Zeitschrift “Die Friedenswarte” schuf Fried ein Organ, in dem die Ideen für ein neues demokratisch geeintes Europa ihren Niederschlag fanden. Der Zeithistoriker Walter Göhring hat sich in Archiven und Bibliotheken in der Schweiz, in den USA, den Niederlanden, Ungarn, der Slowakei und Österreich auf die Spuren Alfred Hermann Frieds begeben. Ergebnis dieser Spurensuche sind Publikationen und Beiträge sowie eine Ausstellung über Alfred Hermann Fried, der mit seinen Arbeiten bis in die Gründung der UNO und der Europäischen Union hineingewirkt hat. Sein Werk ist heute aktueller denn je.”

Entfetzung für Wiener Friedensnobelpreisträger Alfred Hermann Fried nach 100 Jahren

27.05.2011 Wien – 1911 vor 100 Jahren erhielt der Wiener Pazifist Alfred Hermann Fried den Friedensnobelpreis. Der revolutionäre Pazifist, Friedensforscher und erste Friedensjournalist von Weltrang erhielt nun gestern nach fast 100 Jahren seine 1. Gedenktafel in Wien. Vor Widerhofergasse 5 wo Fried 1911 wohnte versammelten sich am 25.5.2011 abends über 200 Menschen und nahmen am Festakt teil. Klaus Maria Brandauer enthüllte die Gedenktafel während der Brunnenchor Kayra Silo (Mandingo/En: The Way of Peace) Hevenu Shalom (Wir haben Euch Frieden gebracht) sang.

Alfred Hermann Fried

From Wikipedia, Alfred Hermann Fried (11 November 1864 – 5 May 1921) was an Austrian Jewish pacifist, publicist, journalist, co-founder of the German peace movement, and winner (with Tobias Asser) of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1911. Born in Vienna, Austria-Hungary, Fried left school at the age of 15 and started to work in a bookshop. In 1883 he moved to Berlin, where he opened a bookshop of his own in 1887. Following the publication by Bertha von Suttner of Die Waffen nieder! (Lay Down Your Arms) in 1889, he and von Suttner began in 1892 to print a magazine of the same name. In articles published within Die Waffen nieder! and its successor, Die Friedenswarte (The Peace Watch), he articulated his pacifist philosophy. Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia  This Day in Jewish History / A trailblazing female archaeologist dies Hetty Goldman wanted to write novels but thought she had ‘nothing to say.’ Then she discovered human history – and war. And found she had something to say.

Hetty Goldman

From Wikipedia Hetty Goldman (December 19, 1881 – May 4, 1972) was an American archaeologist. She was the first woman faculty member at the Institute for Advanced Study[1] and one of the first female archaeologists to undertake excavations in Greece and the Middle East. Read More Button--orange

Israeli players mark Holocaust Remembrance Day at Prague tournament Haaretz And the personal history of two of the players made the tour especially … to legend, the famous Maharal of Prague created a golem to protect the Jews. … Slovakia, so it is possible that the teammates’ ancestors met during this period.

La biographie du Maharal de Prague

Sinai, Purim & The MaHaRaL of Prague

Le Maharal de Prague sur Pourim: La force de la pensée

Prague Maharal Synagogue


El cementerio judío se ubica en el distrito de Josefor de Praga y se creó en 1439. El poeta y erudito Avigdor Karo fue la primera persona enterrada en este lugar. El cementerio estuvo activo hasta 1787, cuando fue clausurado definitivamente con la tumba de Moses Beck. Debido a la falta de espacio los cuerpos se enterraban unos encima de otros llegando a más de 11 capas de enterramientos. Cientos de nombres célebres descansan en este lugar, como el sabio del Renacimiento, historiador, matemático y astrónomo David Gans (d.1613), o el erudito e historiador José Salomón Delmedigo (d.1655), y el rabino y coleccionista de manuscritos y libros impresos en hebreo David Oppenheim (m. 1736). Aunque sin duda el más conocido de todos es el gran erudito y maestro religioso Judá Loew ben Bezalel, conocido como el rabino Loew (d. 1609), que se asocia con la leyenda del Golem, un muñeco de barro creado por Loew para defender a los judíos de Praga, pero que enloqueció y no pudo cumplir su tarea.A día de hoy se pueden ver más de 12.000 lápidas y se estima que puede haber enterradas unas 100.000 personas

Maharal of Prague’s Netivot Olam w/R. Daniel Kohn

File:Loew-rabin-tombstone.jpgJudah Loew ben Bezalel

From Wikipedia Judah Loew ben Bezalel, alt. Loewe, Löwe, or Levai, (c. 1520 – 17 September 1609)[1] widely known to scholars of Judaism as the Maharal of Prague, or simply The MaHaRaL, the Hebrew acronym of the initials of “Moreinu Ha-Rav Loew,” (“Our Teacher, Rabbi Loew”) was an important Talmudic scholar, Jewish mystic, and philosopher who, for most of his life, served as a leadingrabbi in the cities of Mikulov in Moravia and Prague in Bohemia. Within the world of Torah and Talmudic scholarship, he is known for his works on Jewish philosophy and Jewish mysticism and his work Gur Aryeh al HaTorah, a supercommentary on Rashi’s Torah commentary. The Maharal is the subject of a nineteenth-century legend that he created The Golem of Prague, an animate being fashioned from clay.  Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia  This Day in Jewish History / Benjamin Franklin helps save floundering Philly synagogue Haaretz This led to large numbers of Jews seeking refuge in Philadelphia. Among … The letter included a brief history of the synagogue, and explained that the …

File:Mickve.jpgCongregation Mikveh Israel (Philadelphia)

From Wikipedia Congregation Mikveh Israel, Mikveh Israel synagogue, officially called Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel (Hebrew: קהל קדוש מקוה ישראל‎, which translates as “Holy Community of the Hope of Israel”, is a synagogue founded in the 1740s inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania.[1] Established by Spanish and Portuguese Jews, the congregation practices according to theSpanish and Portuguese rite. The congregation conducts daily, Sabbath, and Jewish holy day services. The synagogue will host the Abrams Hebrew Academy Center City Jewish elementary day school beginning in September 2014.[2] The congregation is also responsible for Mikveh Israel Cemetery, the second oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in the United States.   Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia

Miles Davis’ All Blues performed at ‘Jazz in the Sukkah” in Philly in America’s oldest synagogue

America’s oldest synagogue, Congregation Mikveh Israel in Philadelphia, founded in 1740, hosts a Jazz Night to celebrate the Jewish holiday Sukkot. A six piece band entertains the crowd, lead by the temple’s talented maintenance man. Here’s the jam on a legendary Miles Davis song. An amazing celebration of cultures and community.

Congregation Mikveh Israel

Congregation Mikveh Israel’s Second Cemetery Philadelphia, PA

Uriah P. Levy Statue Dedication – Mikveh Israel

This Day in Jewish History / A polyglot cultural mongrel who would take Paris and Piaf by storm is

This Day in Jewish History / A polyglot cultural mongrel who would take … of Sarah and Nessim Mustacchi, Jews of Italian-Greek Sephardi descent, …
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Hommage à Paul Castanier en Février 1992 à l’Olympia avec de gauche à droite : Jacques Serizier – Georges Moustaki – Léo Ferré – Philippe Val – Jacques Higelin – Wasaburo Fukuda – Alain Meilland – Patrick Font –

Georges Moustaki : Les Mères Juives

File:Grand Gala du Disque Populaire 1974 - Georges Moustaki 254-9467.jpgGeorges Moustaki

From Wikipedia, Georges Moustaki (born Giuseppe Mustacchi;[1] (May 3, 1934 – May 23, 2013) was an Egyptian-French singer-songwriter ofItalo-Greek origin, best known for the poetic rhythm and simplicity of the romantic songs he composed and often sang. Moustaki gave France some of its best-loved music by writing about 300 songs for some of the most popular singers in that country, such asÉdith Piaf,[1] Dalida, Françoise Hardy, Yves Montand, Barbara, Brigitte Fontaine, Herbert Pagani, France Gall, Cindy Daniel, Juliette Greco, Pia Colombo, and Tino Rossi, as well as for himself.[2] Georges Moustaki was born Giuseppe Mustacchi in Alexandria, Egypt on May 3, 1934. His parents, Sarah and Nessim Mustacchi, were Francophile, Italo-Greek Sephardic Jews from the island of Corfu, Greece. They moved to Egypt, where their young child first learned French. They owned the Cité du livre – one of the finest book shops in the Middle East – in the cosmopolitan city ofAlexandria where many ethnic communities lived together.   Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / Avigdor Arikha, who survived the Holocaust and painted the Queen, dies

On April 29, 2010, the celebrated French-Israeli painter Avigdor Arikha died, one dayafter his 81st birthday. A Romanian-born Holocaust survivor, …

Avigdor Arikha PAINTINGS

26.03.2014 VIDEO: The Universe Of Art – Avigdor Arikha PAINTINGS; Graphics: Th3Mirr0r [& crediting other artists] Music: Song: “Moon Phases – New Moon, Third Quarter, Full Moon” / Album: “Eclipse” ©Th3Mirr0r

File:Avigdor Arikha (Portrait).jpgAvigdor Arikha

From Wikipedia Avigdor Arikha was born to German-speaking Jewish parents in Rădăuţi, but grew up in Czernowitz in Bukovina, Romania (now inUkraine).[1] His family faced forced deportation in 1941 to the Romanian-run concentration camps of Transnistria, where his father died. He survived thanks to the drawings he made of deportation scenes, which were shown to delegates of the International Red Cross. Arikha emigrated to Palestine in 1944, together with his sister. Until 1948, he lived in Kibbutz Ma’ale HaHamisha. In 1948 he was severely wounded in Israel’s War of Independence. From 1946 to 1949, he attended the Bezalel School of Art in Jerusalem     Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / The best basketball coach, if you ask Bostonians, is promoted

Even today, nearly 50 years later, Auerbach is generally remembered as the finest coach professional basketball has ever seen, although his …

Red Auerbach’s last interview (from ‘Basketball Man’)

30.10.2006 NBA giant Red Auerbach gave his last filmed interview to Burt Kearns & Brett Hudson of Frozen Pictures for inclusion in the documentary feature, Basketball Man, about the life and legacy of basketball’s inventor, Dr. James Naismith (on DVD in February). This clip is but a small portion of the complete, comprehensive, interview, which will be featured as a bonus extra on the DVD set.

Larry Bird, Red Auerbach & The Boston Celtics – Winning Basketball (COMPLETE )

29.03.2012 VHS – Released in 1987. “You play as you practice” (Mr. ‘Red’ Auerbach) “It’s about whether you win or lose, not about how you play the game” (Mr. Larry Bird) 9/1/2012: Thanks to for sharing this video on their website:

File:Auerbach Lipofsky.jpgRed Auerbach

From Wikipedia Arnold Jacob “Red” Auerbach (September 20, 1917 – October 28, 2006[1]) was an American basketball coach of theWashington Capitols, the Tri-Cities Blackhawks and the Boston Celtics. After he retired from coaching, he served as president and front office executive of the Celtics until his death. As a coach, he won 938 games (a record at his retirement)[1] and nine National Basketball Association (NBA) championships in ten years (a number surpassed only by Phil Jackson, who won 11 in twenty years). As general manager and team president of the Celtics, he won an additional seven NBA titles, for a grand total of 16 in a span of 29 years,[2] making him one of the most successful team officials in the history of North American professional sports. Arnold Jacob Auerbach was one of the four children of Marie and Hyman Auerbach. Hyman was a Russian Jewish immigrant from Minsk, Belarus, and Marie Auerbach,    Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

This Day in Jewish History / US bans Austrian president for suspected WWII war crimes

If the World Jewish Congress, which was joined by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, in Los Angeles, had meant to torpedo Waldheim’s bid to become …

Kurt Waldheim, a commission of enquiry parts 1-9

These nine films are part of a much larger programme that was aired in 1988 which looks into allegations that the recently elected president of Austria Kurt Waldheim was a Nazi war criminal. Waldheim had previously been the fourth Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1972 to 1981. I do not possess any more of this programme which I ‘rediscovered’ in 2008 on a VHS cassette used some 20 years earlier. Waldheim had unsuccessfully sought election as President of Austria in 1971, but his second attempt on 8 June 1986 proved successful. During his campaign for the presidency in 1985, the events started that marked the beginning of what became known internationally as the “Waldheim Affair”. Before the presidential elections, Alfred Worm revealed in the Austrian weekly news magazine Profil that there had been several omissions about Waldheim’s life between 1938 and 1945 in his recently-published autobiography. A short time later, the World Jewish Congress alleged that Waldheim had lied about his service as an officer in the mounted corps of the SA, and his time as an ordnance officer for Army Group E in Saloniki, Greece, from 1942 to 1943 based in files from the United Nations War Crimes Commission. Waldheim called the allegations “pure lies and malicious acts”. Nevertheless he admitted that he had known about German reprisals against partisans: “Yes, I knew. I was horrified. But what could I do? I had either to continue to serve or be executed.” He said that he had never fired a shot or even seen a partisan. His former immediate superior at the time stated that Waldheim had “remained confined to a desk”. Part of the reason for the controversy was Austria’s refusal to address its national role in the Holocaust – which was the home not only of Adolf Hitler but also many other leading Nazis. Austria refused to pay compensation to Nazi victims and from 1970 onwards refused to investigate Austrian citizens who were senior Nazis. Because the revelations leading to the Waldheim affair came shortly before the presidential election there has been speculation about the background of the affair. Declassified CIA documents show that the CIA had been aware of his war time past since 1945. Some sources report information about Waldheim’s wartime past was also previously published by a right wing Austrian newspaper during the 1971 presidential election campaign – including the claim of an SS membership.

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Waldheim (second from left) with Italian General Ercole Roncaglia, Col. Hans Herbert Macholz, and SS-GruppenführerArtur Phleps at Podgorica airfield, 22 May 1943.

Kurt Waldheim

From Wikipedia Kurt Josef Waldheim (German pronunciation: [ˈkʊɐ̯t ˈvaldhaɪm]; 21 December 1918 – 14 June 2007) was an Austrian diplomat and politician. Waldheim was the fourth Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1972 to 1981, and the ninth President ofAustria from 1986 to 1992. While he was running for president in Austria in 1985, his service as an intelligence officer in theWehrmacht during World War II raised international controversy.   Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia

Hatikva at Bergen-Belsen

In rare and moving footage dated to April 20th 1945, inmates at Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp sing the anthem of hope ‘Hatikva.’


Memorial stone at the entrance to the historical camp area

Bergen-Belsen concentration camp

From Wikipedia, Bergen-Belsen (or Belsen) was a Nazi concentration camp in what is today Lower Saxony in northern Germany, southwest of the town of Bergen near Celle. Originally established as a prisoner of war camp,[1] in 1943, parts of it became a concentration camp. Initially this was an “exchange camp”, where Jewish hostages were held with the intention of exchanging them for German prisoners of war held overseas.[2] The camp was later expanded to accommodate Jews from other concentration camps. File:The Liberation of Bergen-belsen Concentration Camp, April 1945 BU4274.jpg The Liberation of Bergen-belsen Concentration Camp, April 1945 Cheerful women inmates collect their bread ration from one of the five camp cookhouses. After 1945, the name was applied to the displaced persons camp established nearby, but it is most commonly associated with the concentration camp. From 1941 to 1945, almost 20,000 Soviet prisoners of war and a further 50,000 inmates died there,[3] with up to 35,000 of them dying of typhus in the first few months of 1945, shortly before and after the liberation Read More Button--orangePhotos by  Wikipedia 

At Bergen-Belsen, where tens of thousands perished… and others began their lives
REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK Ahead of the 70th anniversary of its liberation, a visit to the German camp with what is Europe’s largest Jewish cemetery, accompanied by some of the ‘babies’ born in the DP camp after the war



22.04.2015 Eddie Straight age 94 of Saltburn, a former Company Sgt. Major of the 11th Armoured Division, recalls liberating Bergen-Belsen on the 70th anniversary.

Bergen Belsen Liberation

Bergen-Belsen was a Nazi concentration camp in Lower Saxony in northwestern Germany, southwest of the town of Bergen near Celle. Between 1943 and the war’s end, an estimated 50,000 Russian Prisoners of War and a further 50,000 inmates died there,up to 35,000 of them dying of typhus in the first few months of 1945. The camp was liberated on April 15, 1945 by the British 11th Armoured Division.60,000 prisoners were found inside, most of them seriously ill, and another 13,000 corpses lay around the camp unburied.When the British and Canadians advanced on Bergen-Belsen in 1945, the German army negotiated a truce and exclusion zone around the camp to prevent the spread of typhus. Under the agreement, Hungarian and regular German troops guarding the camp returned to German lines when Allied troops liberated the camp on April 15, 1945. (Uploader note: Ripped from youtube, comments were disabled – not sure why. Video’s like this must be commented and be reflected so that we can never forget history, otherwise we are condemned to relive this.)


Belsen Nazi Concentration Camp Footage – stock footage –

Eva Kor speaks about Auschwitz, medical experiments, and forgiveness

At the age of 10, Eva and her twin sister Miriam were taken to Auschwitz, the concentration camp where Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele used them for medical experiments.

Nazi Experiment Survivor Eva Mozes Kor Speaks at Clarkson University

Auschwitz survivor Eva Mozes Kor delivered a powerful message of forgiveness on October 8 at Clarkson University, while speaking before a large audience of students, faculty, staff and community members. When she was about 10 years old, Kor and her family were taken by the Nazis to the Auschwitz slave labor and extermination camp, where her parents and two older sisters were quickly sent to the gas chambers. Kor and her sister, Miriam, were twins, so they were of chilling interest to Dr. Josef Mengele, who subjected them to a series of heinous human experiments. Her talk, “The Journey from Auschwitz & Mengele to Forgiveness,” told the amazing story of what she endured and how she eventually came to forgive Mengele and the Nazis. Sheila Faith Weiss, professor of history in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at Clarkson, arranged for Kor to share her story. “I received a $277,000 National Science Foundation grant to write a biography of Dr. Mengele’s mentor, the German human geneticist Baron Otmar von Verschuer, and I had been in contact with Eva Mozes Kor,” Weiss says. “Because I am teaching a seminar on the Holocaust this semester, I asked Eva whether she might be willing to give a lecture at Clarkson. Normally, she would have charged more for her talk, but generously agreed to accept significantly less so we could bring her here. Her message is especially important for our students to hear.” Trained in German history and the history of biology, Weiss has written a book which explores the background that led to the kind of bestial human experimentation Kor was subjected to in Auschwitz. The Nazi Symbiosis, Human Genetics and Politics in the Third Reich (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010) raises compelling questions about medicine and ethics.

Forgiving Dr. Mengele

Eva Mozes Kor, who survived Josef Mengele’s cruel twin experiments in the Auschwitz concentration camp, shocks other Holocaust survivors when she decides to forgive the perpetrators as a way of self-healing.

Wladyslaw Bartoszewski, a former Foreign Minister of Poland, noted historian, journalist, …

File:Bartoszewski 2004.jpgWładysław Bartoszewski

From Wikipedia, Władysław Bartoszewski [vwaˈdɨswaf bartɔˈʂɛfskʲi] (19 February 1922 – 24 April 2015) was a Polish politician, social activist, journalist, writer, and historian. He was born in Warsaw. He was a former Auschwitz concentration camp prisoner.[1] He was a World War II Resistance fighter and Polish undergroundactivist. Bartoszewski participated in the Warsaw Uprising. He was wrongly convicted as a spy and was imprisoned for some years before being released due to medical problems and for being wrongly convicted during the 1950s.[2] Bartoszewski served twice as the Minister of Foreign Affairs from March through December 1999 and again from 2000 to 2001.[3] He was also an ambassador and a member Read More Button--orangePhoto by  Wikipedia

Władysław Bartoszewski nie żyje

25.04.2015 Nie żyje Władysław Bartoszewski, działacz społeczny, historyk, więzień Auschwitz i żołnierz Armii Krajowej. Profesor Bartoszewski odszedł w wieku 93 lat. Wspominają Go nie tylko media polskie, ale i zagraniczne, bo Bartoszewski znany był świetnie poza granicami kraju. Odejście Władysława Bartoszewskiego to wielka strata, a w naszej pamięci Profesor zapisze się jako jeden z największych Polaków.

This Day in Jewish History / Yossi Harel, the real person behind Paul Newman’s Ari Ben-Canaan

This Day in Jewish History / Yossi Harel, the real person behind Paul … However, like so many of his Jewish peers, while he had fought with the British …

Exodus 1947 Documentary Trailer

Exodus 1947 Documentary Film narrated by Morley Safer. Filmmakers: Elizabeth Rodgers & Robby Henson. PBS broadcast. To buy the DVD, please go to After World War II, a group of private American citizens banded together in a clandestine effort to transport Holocaust survivors to Palestine. On July 11, 1947, in the port of Sête, France, 4,500 Jewish refugees were crammed into the hull of a decrepit steamship, later named Exodus 1947. A British blockade intercepted Exodus 1947 in international waters off the coast of Palestine. The tense standoff culminated in a direct attack by military personnel against the unarmed civilians on the Exodus 1947. This highly publicized international incident heavily influenced the United Nations resolution authorizing the partitioning of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states. Thus, the Exodus 1947 voyage acted as a catalyst in forming a new nation. The program focuses on clandestine and illegal American efforts to finance and crew the most infamous of ten American ships that attempted to bring Jewish refugees to Palestine. EXODUS 1947 is a one hour documentary narrated by Morley Safer with a score by Ilan Rechtman. The film is a richly layered program, constructed with first person accounts to recall events that shaped world history.

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Yossi Harel

From Wikipedia, Yossi Harel (Hebrew: יוסי הראל‎) (January 4, 1918 – April 26, 2008), born Yosef Hamburger, was the supervisor of the Exodus 1947 operation and a leading member of theIsraeli intelligence community.[1] Yossi Harel was born in Jerusalem in 1918. He was a sixth generation Jerusalemite. At the age of 15, he joined the Haganah. Later, he fought under Orde Wingate. Between 1945 and 1948, he played a leading role in the clandestine immigration enterprise in Palestine, commanding four Aliyah Bet ships: Knesset Israel, the Exodus, Atzma’ut and Kibbutz Galuyot. After the establishment of the State of Israel Harel studied mechanical engineering at M.I.T in the United States. Just before he finished his studies, Moshe Dayan, as Chief of Staff, called him back to Israel to investigate the Lavon Affair and made him head of Unit 131, an Israel Defense Forces intelligence unit.Photo by  Wikipedia Read More Button--orange

This Day in Jewish History / Estee Lauder dies, at some age or other

Born Josephine Mentzer, she may not have finished high school but working with her uncle in developing things from chicken-lice remedy to …

Beauty Queens: Estée Lauder

Art Documentary A Film by Eila Hershon and Roberto Guerra Language: GB Subtitles: DE, FR

What’s New at Estee Lauder

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Estée Lauder (businesswoman)

From Wikipedia, Estée Lauder (/ˈɛst ˈlɔːdər/; July 1, 1908 – April 24, 2004) was an American businesswoman. She was the co-founder, along with her husband, Joseph Lauter (later Lauder),[2] of Estée Lauder Companies, her eponymous cosmetics company. Lauder was the only woman on Time magazine’s 1998 list of the 20 most influential business geniuses of the 20th century. She was the recipient of thePresidential Medal of Freedom. She was inducted to the Junior Achievement U.S. Business Hall of Fame in 1988.Photos by  Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

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Israel celebrates 67th Independence Day

PM Netanyahu’s Greeting for Independence Day 2015

22.04.2015 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Greeting for Independence Day 2015

Israel Independence Day Fireworks 2015

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David Ben-Gurion declaring independence beneath a large portrait of Theodor Herzl, founder of modern Zionism

Yom Ha’atzmaut

From Wikipedia, Yom Ha’atzmaut (Hebrew: יום העצמאותYōm hā-ʿAṣmāʾūṯ   lit. “Independence Day”) is the national day of Israel, commemorating theIsraeli Declaration of Independence in 1948. It is celebrated either on the 5th of Iyar, according to the Hebrew calendar, or on one of the preceding or following days, depending on which day of the week this date falls on. Yom Ha’atzmaut is preceded by Yom Hazikaron, the Israeli Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism Remembrance Day.

Israeli Declaration of Independence

From Wikipedia The Israeli Declaration of Independence (Hebrew: הכרזת העצמאות‎, Hakhrazat HaAtzma’ut or Hebrew: מגילת העצמאותMegilat HaAtzma’ut), formally the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel, was proclaimed on 14 May 1948 (5 Iyar 5708) byDavid Ben-Gurion, the Executive Head of the World Zionist Organization[2][3] and the chairman of the Jewish Agency for Palestine.[4]It declared the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz-Israel, to be known as the State of Israel, which would come into effect on termination of the British Mandate at midnight that day.[5][6] The event is celebrated annually in Israel with a national holiday Yom Ha’atzmaut (Hebrew: יום העצמאות‎, lit. Independence Day) on 5 Iyar of every year according to the Hebrew calendar.Photos by  Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange   File:Israel -Independence May 14, 1948.jpg Large celebratory crowd outside the Dizengoff House (now called Independence Hall) to hear the declaration and signing of Israel’s Declaration of Independence, dated May 14, 1948. The original document of Israel’s Declaration of Independence

This Day in Jewish History / The banker who helped William of Orange conquer England dies

On April 22, 1710, Francisco Lopes Suasso, scion of one the wealthiest and most influential banking families of the Dutch Golden Age, died in the …
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Suasso as a young man

Francisco Lopes Suasso

From Wikipedia, Francisco Lopes Suasso, second Baron d’Avernas le Gras (ca. 1657 – 22 April 1710) was a banker and financier of theDutch Republic. He was also known within the Sephardic community as Abraham Israel Suasso. After being expelled from the Iberian Peninsula, most of the Sephardic Jews settled in trading cities such as London andAntwerp. By the late sixteenth century they were arriving in Amsterdam and The Hague. The Lopes Suassos were a rich old Sephardic family of Marranos, or Jews who had been forced to convert to Christianity under pressure from the Portuguese Inquisition, but once in Amsterdam they openly returned to their true religion, Judaism.Photo by  Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

5765 Portrait of Moreinu HaRav Lichtenstein.jpgAharon Lichtenstein

From Wikipedia Aharon Lichtenstein (May 24, 1933 – April 20, 2015) was a noted Orthodox rabbi and rosh yeshiva.[1] He was an authority inJewish law (“Halacha”).[2] Rabbi Lichtenstein was born in Paris, France, but grew up in the United States, studied in Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim Berlin under RabbiYitzchok Hutner. He earned a BA and semicha (“rabbinic ordination”) at Yeshiva University and a PhD in English Literature atHarvard University, where he studied under Photo by  Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange
<h1Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein: Love of the Torah and Love to a Fellow Jew 20.04.2015 Interview with Rabbi Moshe Taragin, Yeshivat Har Etzion

Shock and Emptiness – Students Eulogize Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein


A Hesped on Rabbi Ahron Lichtenstein by Rabbi Yochanan Schrader

20.04.2015 Baruch Dayan Emet. One of the greatest has left us. This is a Hesped said by Rabbi Yochanan Schrader, in the Beit Midrash of Akiva Hebrew day school in Southfield Michigan. The photo is from a Shiur that Rav Lichtenstein gave in the Beit Midrash of the Hesder Yeshivah of Yerucham

Rav Aaron Lichtenstein zt”l


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Toaff with Oscar Luigi Scalfaro in 2007.

Elio Toaff

From Wikipedia Elio Toaff (30 April 1915 – 19 April 2015) was the Chief Rabbi of Rome from 1951 to 2002. In 1947 Toaff served as a rabbi in Venice and in 1951 became the Chief Rabbi of Rome. One of his children is Israeli-Italian professor Ariel Toaff. On 17 May 2012 he was awarded the Prize Culturae within the Italian National Festival of Cultures in Pisa. Toaff died on 19 April 2015, 11 days before his 100th birthday.Photo by   Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

Elio Toaff, l’addio del Ghetto romano al suo rabbino


Il Papa ricorda il rabbino Toaff uomo di pace e dialogo

20.04.2015 (Papa Francesco) Esprimo le mie sentite condoglianze per la scomparsa, ieri sera, del Rabbino Elio Toaff, già Rabbino Capo di Roma. Sono vicino con la preghiera al Rabbino Capo Riccardo di Segni – che avrebbe dovuto essere qui con noi – e all’intera comunità ebraica di Roma, nel ricordo riconoscente di quest’uomo di pace e di dialogo, che accolse il Papa Giovanni Paolo II nella storica visita al Tempio Maggiore. Papa Francesco ricorda così la figura del Rabbino Toaff nell’incontro con la delegazione della Conferenza dei Rabbini europei. Sottolinea poi i progressi fatti e l’amicizia che lega la Chiesa Cattolica e le Comunità ebraiche a 50 anni dalla Dichiarazione conciliare Nostra aetate. Il Ponte …

Addio a Elio Toaff, la massima autorità spirituale e morale ebraica in Italia dal secondo dopoguerr

20.04.2015 Fra pochi giorni avrebbe compiuto 100 anni. Parliamo dell’addio a Elio Toaff, rabbino emerito di Roma considerato la massima autorità spirituale e morale ebraica in italia dal secondo dopoguerra. Dalle 11 di oggi, 20 aprile 2015, il feretro esposto sotto il colonnato del tempio maggiore di Roma per l’ultimo saluto Da Giorgio Napolitano a Laura Boldrini, da Emma Bonino a Marco Pannella, da Ignazio Marino a Pierferdinando Casini, in tanti sono venuti al Ghetto per rendere omaggio al rabbino emerito Elio Toaff

Yom Hazikaron

Remembering Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror.

Yom Hazikaron

Yom Hazikaron (Hebrew: יום הזיכרון לחללי מערכות ישראל ולנפגעי פעולות האיבה‎, lit. Day of Remembrance for Israeli Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism) is Israel’s official Memorial Day. The national observance was enacted into law in 1963. While Yom Hazikaron has been traditionally dedicated to fallen soldiers, commemoration has now been extended to civilian victims of the ongoing armed dispute.

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IDF soldiers at Yom Hazikaron ceremony, 2007 File:Flickr - Israel Defense Forces - Flags for the Fallen.jpg An IDF officer places new flags on the graves of IDF soldiers for Yom Hazikaron.

Yom Hazikaron

From Wikipedia, Yom Hazikaron (in full Yom Hazikaron l’Chalalei Ma’arachot Yisrael ul’Nifgaei Peulot Ha’eivah Hebrew: יום הזיכרון לחללי מערכות ישראל ולנפגעי פעולות האיבה‎; lit. “Day of Remembrance for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism”)[1] is Israel’s officialMemorial Day,[2] enacted into law in 1963.[3] While Yom Hazikaron has been traditionally dedicated to fallen soldiers, commemoration has now been extended to civilian victims of political violence,[4] Palestinian political violence,[5] and terrorism in general Photo by Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

This Day in Jewish History / The medieval rabbi who put Aristotle before God passes on

Quoth Levi ben Gerson, also known as Gersonides: ‘The Law cannot prevent us from considering to be true that which our reason urges us to believe.’.

This Day in Jewish History / With the land groaning in crisis, the Jews of Lisbon are massacred

As disease and drought racked Portugal, murders of New Christians who denied a Catholic’s vision of Jesus spread to the Jews. By David B. Green …

This Day in Jewish History / Not profound, but adored: ‘Greatest American novelist’ dies

On April 16, 1968, the novelist and playwright Edna Ferber died, at her home in New York.Today Ferber may be best known for the popular films that …

Edna Ferber – Long Distance

12.12.2014 Edna Ferber (August 15, 1885 – April 16, 1968) was an American novelist, short story writer and playwright. Her novels were especially popular and included the Pulitzer Prize-winning So Big (1924), Show Boat (1926; made into the celebrated 1927 musical), Cimarron (1929; made into the 1931 film which won the Academy Award for Best Picture), and Giant (1952; made into the 1956 Hollywood movie). Ferber was born August 15, 1885, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to a Hungarian-born Jewish storekeeper and his Milwaukee, Wisconsin-born wife, Jacob Charles and Julia (Neumann) Ferber. After living in Chicago, Illinois, and Ottumwa, Iowa, at the age of 12 Ferber and her family moved to Appleton, Wisconsin, where she graduated from high school and briefly attended Lawrence University. She took newspaper jobs at the Appleton Daily Crescent and the Milwaukee Journal before publishing her first novel. She covered the 1920 Republican National Convention and 1920 Democratic National Convention for the United Press Association. Ferber’s novels generally featured strong female protagonists, along with a rich and diverse collection of supporting characters. She usually highlighted at least one strong secondary character who faced discrimination ethnically or for other reasons; through this technique, Ferber demonstrated her belief that people are people and that the not-so-pretty persons have the best character. Several theatrical and film productions have been based on her works, including Show Boat, Giant, Ice Palace, Saratoga Trunk, Cimarron (which won an Oscar) and the 1960 remake. Three of these works – Show Boat, Saratoga Trunk and Giant – have been developed into musicals. When composer Jerome Kern proposed turning the very serious Show Boat into a musical, Ferber was shocked, thinking it would be transformed into a typical light entertainment of the 1920s. It was not until Kern explained that he and Oscar Hammerstein II wanted to create a different type of musical that Ferber granted him the rights. Saratoga, based on Saratoga Trunk, was written at a much later date, after serious plots had become acceptable in stage musicals. In 1925, she won the Pulitzer Prize for her book So Big, which was made into a silent film starring Colleen Moore that same year. An early talkie movie remake followed, in 1932, starring Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent, with Bette Davis in a supporting role. A 1953 remake of So Big starred Jane Wyman in the Stanwyck role, and is the version most often seen today.

Edna Ferber (August 15, 1885[1] – April 16, 1968) was an American novelist, short story writer and playwright. Her novels were especially popular and included the Pulitzer Prize-winning So Big (1924), Show Boat (1926; made into the celebrated 1927 musical),Cimarron (1929; made into the 1931 film which won the Academy Award for Best Picture), and Giant (1952; made into the 1956 Hollywood movie).
Ferber was born August 15, 1885, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to a Hungarian-born Jewish storekeeper, Jacob Charles Ferber, and hisMilwaukee, Wisconsin-born wife, Julia (Neumann) Ferber. After living in Chicago, Illinois, and Ottumwa, Iowa, at the age of 12 Ferber and her family moved to Appleton, Wisconsin,……Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

This Day in Jewish History / ‘Apostle to friends, secular pope to enemies’ is born

This Day in Jewish History / ‘Apostle to friends, secular pope to enemies’ is born … This did not mean, however, that Durkheim (who dropped the name …

File:Emile Durkheim.jpgÉmile Durkheim

From Wikipedia David Émile Durkheim (French: [emil dyʁkɛm] or [dyʁkajm];[1] April 15, 1858 – November 15, 1917) was a French sociologist, social psychologist and philosopher. He formally established the academic discipline and — with Karl Marx and Max Weber — is commonly cited as the principal architect of modern social science and father of sociology.,,,,, Emile Durkheim was born in Épinal in Lorraine, coming from a long line of devout French Jews; his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather had been rabbis.[8] He began his education in a rabbinical school, but at an early age, he decided not to follow in his family’s footsteps and switched schools.[8][9] Durkheim led a completely secular life. Much of his work was dedicated to demonstrating that religious phenomena stemmed from social rather than divine factors.Photo by Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

This Day in Jewish History / Its author safely dead, ‘Nathan the Wise’ premiers in Berlin

Sociological Theory: Emile Durkhiem and Social Solidarity

Conceptual art and historical imagery vivifies a discussion of Emile Durkhiem’s Division of Labour in Society. The video focuses upon differences between traditional “mechanical” solidarity and modern “organic” solidarity.

Yet Lessing was probably the most important figure in the German theater of his day, and he remains influential today, as much for his work as a ..

Nathan the Wise

From Wikipedia Nathan the Wise (original German title: Nathan der Weise) is a play published by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing in 1779. It is a fervent plea for religious tolerance. Its performance was forbidden by the church during Lessing’s lifetime; it was first performed in 1783 inBerlin. In 1922 it was adapted into a silent film of the same title. Set in Jerusalem during the Third Crusade, it describes how the wise Jewish merchant Nathan, the enlightened sultan Saladin, and the (initially anonymous) Templar bridge their gaps between Judaism, Islam and Christianity. Its major themes are friendship, tolerance, relativism of God, a rejection of miracles and a need for communication. File:Gottlieb-Recha Welcoming Her Father 1877.jpg   Recha Welcoming Her Father. From an incomplete series of illustrations for the play Nathan the Wise. Photo by Wikipedia     Read More Button--orange

Nathan the Wise by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (This Week in Jewish History)

In August of 1778, the non-Jewish writer Gotthold Ephraim Lessing wrote to his brother of a new literary project designed to further tolerance of Jews in German society. The result was Nathan the Wise, a sensation that was initially banned by the Church and heavily criticized by antisemites of the day.

This Day in Jewish History / Einstein’s ’embarrassing granddaughter’ dies

Hire put the baby up for adoption, and at the age of eight days, Evelyn was taken into the family of Hans Albert Einstein and his wife, the former Frieda …

Evelyn Einstein

From Wikipedia, Evelyn Einstein (28 March 1941 – 13 April 2011) was the adopted daughter of Hans Albert Einstein, the son of Albert Einstein Einstein was born in Chicago; after her birth she was adopted by Hans Albert Einstein. She obtained a Master’s degree in Medieval literature at University of California, Berkeley. She was married to Grover Krantz for 13 years. She then worked briefly as an animal control officer, as a cult deprogrammer and as a Berkeley, California reserve police officer.Read More Button--orange

This Day in Jewish History / Lawyer couple invent new Internet ‘service’ – spamming

In today’s terms, the numbers of individuals reached would probably appear puny, but the transmission was quickly dubbed “spam,” the term used to …

Eliezer Ben-Yehuda

From Wikipedia, Eliezer Ben‑Yehuda (Hebrew: אליעזר בן־יהודה‎‎ pronounced [ɛli’ʕɛzeʁ bɛn jɛhu’da]; 7 January 1858 – 16 December 1922) was a Litvaklexicographer and newspaper editor. He was the driving spirit behind the revival of the Hebrew language in the modern era. Eliezer Ben-Yehuda was born Eliezer Yitzhak Perlman[citation needed] (Yiddish אליעזר יצחק פערלמאן), in Luzhki (Belarusian Лужкі (Lužki), PolishŁużki), Vilna Governorate of the Russian Empire (now Vitebsk Oblast, Belarus). He attended cheder where he studied Hebrew and the Bible from the age of three,[citation needed] as was customary among the Jews of Eastern Europe.  Photo by Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

Revival of Hebrew

While Hebrew had remained the language of study and prayer, it had not been a spoken language for centuries. Few believed it could again become a tongue of everyday speech, but one man did, and dedicated his life to reviving Hebrew. His name was Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. Please visit for more videos on Zionist history.

This Day in Jewish History / First boy to be raised speaking modern Hebrew dies

This Day in Jewish History / First boy to be raised speaking modern Hebrew dies. Itamar Ben-Avi was son of Eliezer Ben Yehuda, the founder of the …

File:Itamar Ben-Avi 1933.jpgItamar Ben-Avi

From Wikipedia, Itamar Ben-Avi (Also Ittamar, Hebrew: איתמר בן אב”י‎; born Ben-Zion Ben-Yehuda, בן-ציון בן-יהודה on 31 July 1882, died 8 April 1943) was the son of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. Eliezer is credited with reviving the Hebrew language and brought up Itamar to be the first native speaker of what would become Modern Hebrew. Ben-Avi worked as a journalist (starting with his father’s newspaper HaZvi), and as a Zionist activist. Ben-Zion grew up speaking modern Hebrew with his parents, making him the first native speaker of the Hebrew language in over a thousand years. When he was very young,  Photo by Wikipedia  Read More Button--orange

This Day in Jewish History / Pivotal figure in sensationalist US journalism is born

This Day in Jewish History / Pivotal figure in sensationalist U.S. journalism is born. Walter Winchell’s name may have been forgotten but he attracted …

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The Month of Elul 5775 – August 10, 2015

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