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Second Jerusalem Stabbing Victim Laid to Rest

04.10.2015

Israel Restricts Palestinian Access to Jerusalem’s Old City

 04.10.2015
Israeli authorities barred most Palestinians from entering Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday except to worship at the Al Aqsa Mosque, where men under 50 were also not allowed. It was a rare crackdown following the previous night’s fatal stabbing of two ultra-Orthodox men, the second deadly attack by Palestinians against Israeli families in three days.

JERUSALEM STABBING TERROR ATTACK 3 October 2015

 04.10.2015
JERUSALEM, SATURDAY 3 October 2015. Two Israeli men, one in his 40s and the other in his 20s, died of their wounds Saturday night after being stabbed in Jerusalem’s Old City in a terror attack. 
The younger man’s wife was in serious condition and their two-year-old baby was lightly wounded. The mother was taken to Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem and was undergoing surgery. The toddler was taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center for treatment where he remained in stable condition. 
The men were stabbed in the upper body and were unconscious when paramedics arrived at the scene.
The father was taken to Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus where he died of his wounds shortly after the attack. The second man was taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center where he also died Saturday night.
When the attack began, the injured woman managed to run and alert a group of Border Police forces nearby who arrived on the scene and shot and killed the attacker.
In video footage that emerged Saturday night after the attack, a woman’s screams can be heard followed by gunshots.

US Condemns Deadly Attack in Old City of Jerusalem

 03.10.2015
The United States condemned an attack which killed two people and injured two others Saturday in Jerusalem’s Old City.

Israel is launching a military crackdown on Palestinians AGAIN!!

 04.10.2015
Israel is launching a military crackdown on Palestinians, after a spate of deadly stabbings and attacks against Jews in Jerusalem. The move comes as Israel contemplates taking wide scale measures to try and contain the escalating violence.
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Israel is under pressure to take action after two people were killed and two others, including a two-year-old toddler, were wounded in a stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City on Saturday evening. A few hours later a 15-year-old Israeli was stabbed near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem.

RT’s Paula Slier reported that the Israeli military is already carrying out retaliatory measures against Palestinians in the West Bank. 

At least a dozen Palestinians were arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning following a raid by the Israeli Defense Forces in Nablus, which is one of the largest cities in the Palestinian West Bank, she said.

3 wounded in stabbing attack in Jerusalem

03.10.2015
Three people were stabbed in an attack in Jerusalem’s Old City on Saturday evening. Israeli police say they have shot a man they identified as “terrorist.”
The attack took place near the landmark Lions’ Gate. One of the wounded is reportedly in a serious condition, while the other two have suffered minor injuries.

“The Arab suspect repeatedly stabbed the three Israelis while they were walking near Lion’s Gate,” Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said, according to the Jerusalem Post.

“Border Police and Police responded immediately and shot the terrorist, neutralizing him. Police have cordoned off the area and are searching for a possible accomplice.”

Haaretz newspaper reported that the attacker is in serious condition.

All the victims are members of the same ultra-Orthodox family, who were walking towards the Western Wall when they were attacked, Channel 2 reports.

Paramedics rushed to the site to provide medical assistance.

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Yevarechecha – יברכך (The Lord shall bless you) with lyrics

מילים: תהילים קכ”ח 5-6
לחן: דוד וינקרנץ

יברכך ה’ מציון
וראה בטוב ירושלים
יברכך ה’ מציון
כל ימי חייך

וראה בנים לבניך
שלום על ישראל
וראה בנים לבניך
שלום על ישראל.

5-6:Words: Psalm 128:
Music: David Vainkrants

Yevarechecha haShem miZion
Ur’eh be’tuv Yerushalayim
Yevarechecha haShem miZion
Kol yemei chayecha.

Ur’eh vanim levanecha
Shalom al Yisrael
Ur’eh vanim levanecha
Shalom al Yisrael.

The Lord shall bless you from Zion,
and you shall see the good of Jerusalem all the days of your life.

And you shall see your children’s children,
and peace upon Israel.

Oseh shalom (lyrics) – עושה שלום

(לחן: נורית הירש)

עושה שלום במרומיו
הוא יעשה שלום עלינו
ועל כל ישראל
ואמרו, אמרו אמן.

יעשה שלום, יעשה שלום
שלום עלינו 
ועל כל ישראל. 

Transliteration

Ose shalom bimromav
Hu yaase shalom aleynu
Ve al kol yisrael
Veimru, imru amen

Yaase shalom, yaase shalom
Shalom aleynu 
Ve al kol yisrael

HE WHO MAKES PEACE

May who makes peace in the heavens
Grant peace to us
And to all Israel
And let us say, let us say
Amen

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The book… that became… a bride – Simchat Torah 5772

If you want to understand Jews and Judaism, think of Simchat Torah. It’s the only festival that is the pure creation of the Jewish people. All the others were either written in the Torah or came about through historical events, like Purim and Hanukkah. Not so Simchat Torah, which isn’t mentioned in the Torah, not even in the Talmud. It appeared for the first time in the early middle ages. 
Now you might have thought that with all their dispersion and persecution Jews would have created a fast, but they didn’t. They created a day of pure joy. And joy in what? In the Torah, a book of law. 

Imagine a group of English or American judges or law professors, so seized with the beauty of their subject that they dance around the supreme court holding books of legislation in their arms. You’re right. It couldn’t happen. On 14 October 1663 the great diarist Samuel Pepys visited a synagogue in London. It happened to be Simchat Torah. He couldn’t believe what he was seeing. People dancing around in a house of God? He’d never seen anything like it. The majesty and impartiality of law you can find elsewhere, but Simchat Torah, the joy of the law — for that you need to go to shul. 

If you want to understand Jews and Judaism, think of Simchat Torah and we realise that Judaism is really a love story: the story of the love of a people for a book, the book with which we dance with on Simchat Torah as if it were a bride.

(Thank you to the Hebrew Academy, San Diego for use of the Simchat Torah dancing video.)

Joy is… An open roof, an open door, an open heart – Succot / Shemini Atzeret 5772

I don’t know about you but when I sit in a Sukkah I think to myself: that is how our ancestors lived. Not just in the desert in the days of Moses, but for most of the twenty centuries of exile, not knowing from one year to the next whether they’d still be there, or whether they’d be forced to move on, as Jews were so often. Between 1290 when they were expelled from England and 1492 when they were expelled from Spain, Jews knew what it was like to have no fixed home: to know that the place you were living was just a temporary dwelling, which is what a sukkah is. 
Yet what did they call Sukkot? That is the strange thing. They called it zeman simchtenu, the time of our rejoicing. Somehow Sukkot decodes for us the secret of joy. Joy doesn’t come from great houses of brick or stone; it doesn’t come from what we shut out but from what we let in. Joy comes from a roof open to heaven, a door open to guests, and a heart open to thanksgiving. Ben Zoma was right when he said: who is rich? Not one who has everything he wants but one who celebrates what he has. Sukkot is one of the world’s great seminars in happiness, because it shows us that you can sit in a shack with only leaves for a roof, exposed to all the hazards of the cold, wind and rain and yet still rejoice, when you are surrounded by God and the people you love. Have that and you have everything. Chag sameach.

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: Life Worth Living and the Jewish Tradition

 27.03.2015
Dr. Volf interviews Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks on the vision of the good life in the Jewish tradition, as part of the 2015 Yale College Life Worth Living course.

Rabbi Sacks is the Ingeborg and Ira Rennert Global Distinguished Professor of Judaic Thought at NYU, the Kressel and Ephrat Family University Professor of Jewish Thought at Yeshiva University, and Professor of Law, Ethics, and the Bible at King’s College London. Previously, he served as Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth.

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Thousands Attend Funeral for Murdered Couple in Jerusalem

 02.10.2015

DM Ya’alon visits Shomron Command following deadly terror attack

 02.10.2015
DM Moshe Ya’alon on Friday, 19 Tishrei, visited Shomron IDF Command for a high-level briefing following the Thursday night shooting attack that claimed the lives of Rabbi Eitam and Mrs. Na’ama Henkin HY”D.

Arrests Following Fatal Terror Attack in the Shomron

 03.10.2015
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Simchat Torah Dancing With the Scrolls

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

Mipi El – Simchat Torah Song.

Simchat Torah

At the end of Sukkot is a celebration called Simchat Torah (The Joy of the Torah). They celebrate the reading of the books of Moses from the beginning each year. It is a time for parents to share their tradition with their children. The decorated cases that they are carrying around have scrolls of the Torah inside.

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Después de la fiesta de Simjat Torá, en las Hakafot Shniot año 2014
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Simha torah 2009 à Tel Aviv

Un aperçu de ce qu’est simha torah dans les rues de Tel Aviv…c’était la fffêtte !!!

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Torah Reading Simchat Torah Rabbi Weisblum קריאת התורה שמחת תורה זאת הברכה

Torah Reading for Simchat Torah Zot Habracha by Rabbi Moshe P. Weisblum PhD. For Bar Mitzvah lessons please e-mail Rabbi Weisblum at: rabbimpw@gmail.com. Torah reading is slow and clear and accompanied with the text to make it easier to follow the lead of Rabbi Weisblum. Ashkenaz Nigun. קריאת התורה לשמחת תורה זאת הברכה. קריאת התורה היא איטית ברורה ובהירה. נוסח אשכנז. הטקסט נמצא על המסך ומאפשר לצופה לעקוב אחרי הקריאה. צפייה נעימה!
Torah Reading for Simchat Torah by Rabbi Moshe Pinchas Weisblum, PhD קריאת התורה שמחת תורה הרב ד “ר משה פינחס ויסבלום

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“וְשָׂמַחְתָּ בְּחַגֶּךָ” בלחן של ה”אמרי אש” זצוק”ל ממודז’יץ, מתוך הופעה של ר’ אברהם יעקב טילור (שירה) ואסף נוה שלום (פסנתר חשמלי) במדרשת הגולן, סוכות תשע”ב. האזנה נעימה וחג שמח לכל בית ישראל.
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Bobov Rebbe Shlita dance Hakufos on Simchas Torah

C”k Admor M’Bobov Shlita dancing Hakufos on Simchas Torah in Bobover Shul on 48st. & Nilas Hachag on the Porch. (video was filmed by israeli)

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Grand Rabbi Ben Zion Halberstam, Bobover Rebbe, leading his followers in the prayer services of the Jewish feast of Hoshana Rabba, the seventh day of the feast of Tabernacles, in his synagogue in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn, NY

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Simchas Torah in Satmar 06′

Grand Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum, Satmar Rebbe, presiding over the celebration of the Biblical Jewish feast of Simchas Torah. Tens of thousands of People attended the Simchas Torah celebration at the Satmar synegogue in Williamsburg.

Rav Kenig Dancing Breslov Simchat Torah Shanie Safed 2007

Rav Elazar Mordechai Kenig dancing at Breslov celebration Safed Israel Oct 4 2007

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Micha Gamerman – Adon Olam | מיכה גמרמן – אדון עולם (Official Music Video)

Micha Gamerman – Kesher Shel Kayomo | מיכה גמרמן – קשר של קיימא (Official Music Video)

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Song Composed by: Yitzy Berry
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Maestro: Meir Briskman
Original Version arranged by: Eli Klein & Yitzy Berry
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Art by: João Belmont
Directed by: R. Rafael Kleinman
Video by: VemVer Filmes e Produções
Edition by: Noemi Lobel
Sound by: Marcos Scheffel

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Micha Gamerman – Im Eshkachech Yerushalaim | מיכה גמרמן – אם אשכחך ירושלים (Official Music Video)

Im Eshkachech Yerushalayim in Yerushalayim Shel Zahav tune of Naomi Shemer interpreted by Chazan Micha Gamerman and Heitor Fujinami Symphony Orchestra

Micha Gamerman – Solachti | מיכה גמרמן – סלחתי (Official Music Video)

Micha Gamerman em Clip “Solachti”. Track 2 – Album “Kesher Shel Kayomo”