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Netanyahu Visits Wounded Mother and Son

05.10.2015
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American Airlines Pilot Dies Mid-Air During Phoenix to Boston Flight | NBC Nightly News

05.10.2015
Passengers aboard the Boston-bound flight out of Phoenix say the plane unexpectedly began to descend — making an emergency landing in Syracuse.

הנער שפצע: חשדתי בדוקר כשראיתי אותו

04.10.2015
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Wounded Mother and Baby will be Unified Before the Chag

04.10.2015
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Young Terror Orphan’s Kadish for Murdered Parents

02.10.2015
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“Israel Should Use Terrorists’ Bodies as Bargaining Chips

05.10.2015

Netanyahu Visits Shomron IDF Base

06.10.2015
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Israeli forces partly demolish houses of Palestinian militants Watch News Videos Online

06.10.2015

Israel razes militants’ homes amid mounting unrest

06.10.2015

Hamas founder’s son Stand With Israel

31.08.2013
Son Of One Of The Founders Of Hamas Stand With Israel

The oldest son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef, a charismatic founding member of Hamas, Mosab Yousef makes his newfound faith public and risks everything to expose the secrets of the extremist Islamic organization and reveals the amazing double life he lived trying to prevent the killing of innocents by working with Hamas’ enemies.

the information Yousef supplied prevented dozens of suicide attacks and assassinations of Israelis, exposed numerous Hamas cells, and assisted Israel in hunting down many militants, including his own father. In March 2010, he published his autobiography titled Son of Hamas.

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ISRAEL vs TURKEY WWIII Military Power Comparison | 2015

27.03.2015
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Eitam Henkin, Killed With Wife in West Bank Shooting, Was American

06.10.2015
Eitam Henkin, Killed With Wife in West Bank Shooting, Was American
TEL AVIV, Israel — One of two Jewish settlers shot dead as the couple drove with their children in the West Bank last week was a U.S. citizen, according to the State Department.

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.

Thousands Protest Terror in Front of Prime Minister’s Residence

05.10.2015
Thousands of people are protesting in front of the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem on Monday night, in response to escalating terror against Jews and Israelis and open calls for a third intifada [terror war – ed.] against Israel.

The demonstration also included hakafot shniyot, dancing with the Torah, a custom Israelis observe to extend the Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah holiday slightly and leave the High Holiday season with joy.

Afterwards, the rally began, with Likud ministers Yariv Levin and Haim Katz and the regional council heads of Judea and Samaria joining the crowd.

“We came here to shout” Enough! Enough!,” Samaria (Shomron) Regional Council head Yossi Dagan stated to the press. Dagan has kept a constant vigil in front of the Prime Minister’s Residence since Friday, in protest over the murders of Rabbi Eitam and Naama Henkin.

“We did not go to [US President Barack] Obama or the EU. We are here because the prime minister is responsible,” Dagan stated. “What was will be no more. You cannot continue to bow to terrorism.”

Tourism Minister Yariv Levin also spoke at the rally.

“Those who think that terrorism can beat us here today see us and understand: it’s impossible to win,” said Levin. “I hope that the Cabinet will now make appropriate and courageous decisions.”

“There is a link between terrorism and a speech by the terrorist, [PA Chairman] Mahmoud Abbas,” he added. “The Palestinian Authority and its leader are the heart of the problem.”

“The man who finances terrorism does not want peace,” he said. “Security is the key to settlement and tonight I hope to hear building permits approved, so we can defeat terrorism the Jewish way.”

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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Fried and Shwekey Unite – for United Hatzalah

06.10.2015
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Le Nigun de Dieu (version compléte) Filmé et réalisé par David Sczermann, interview de Marc Kujawsky

18.02.2015
Reportage consacre au compositeur et guitariste Yoel Taieb par Josy Eisenberg – Yoel Taieb a créé un style de musique qui mixe la musique juive et l’art de l’improvisation. Une musique qui porte en elle le souffle de la Terre d’Israël et de la spiritualité hassidique breslev. Yoel Taieb: Guitares et composition. Reuven Ben Hanan: Violon. Yoni Dror: Saxophones et Flutes. Avi Adrian: Piano. Eyal Ganor: Contrebasse. Assaf Zamir: Drums et percussion.

Simchas Beis Hashoeva In Crown Heights With Yehuda Green – 5776

01.10.2015
Simchas Beis Hashoeva In Crown Heights With Yehuda Green – 5776

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למה אין לכם ימי חופשה?

06.10.2015
סרטון שמסביר אין למה לישראלים מספיק ימי חופשה, ואת הצעת החוק של ח”כ רחל עזריה שבאה לטפל בנושא.

The Flying Frenchies Band @ Pont-en-Royans, France

25.08.2015
The Flying Frenchies meet “La Voliere aux Pianos”, the Floating Piano, and propose the first release of The Flying Frenchies Band. With the help of the local guides and staff from “Gratte-Ciel” company.
Final event of the afternoon of contests at Camp4 Vercors climbing gathering. Over waterline and deep water solo contest.

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Sunrise Prayers at the Western Wall

04.10.2015
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Earlybird Prayer at the Kotel

04.10.2015
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Simchat Torah 5776 – Bnei Brak, Israel – October 6, 2015 – HD

05.10.2015
Simchat Torah 5776 – Bnei Brak, Israel – HD
Produced and Edited: David Partow
Date: October 6, 2015

Simchat Torah Evening Congregation Rodeph Sholom

06.10.2015
Dancing with the Torah

Simchat Torah 5776 Second Hakafot Jerusalem Night of October 5 2015 – 11

05.10.2015

Religious Jews celebrate holiday at terror site in Jerusalem’s Old City | Newzulu Video of the Day

05.10.2015
Hundreds of religious Jews marched to the site of the murders of Rabbi Nehemia Lavie and Aharon Benita on October 5, 2015, dancing with Torahs and performing traditional celebrations for the Simchat Torah holiday.

Hodu L’HaShem Ki Tov! Chag Sameach!

06.10.2015
Motzi Simchat Torah in Jerusalem, Oct. 5, 2015!

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05.10.2015
Shmini Atzeret
שְׁמִינִי עֲצֶרֶת

Amazing dance,Joy, Judgment and Torah in the Beginning

05.10.2015
At the conclusion of holiday and the beginning of the Second Day Yom Tov of the Diaspora (Simchat Torah in the Diaspora), there is a custom in Israel to do Second Hakafot, during which people go into the streets with Torah scrolls and dance another time. The source of this custom is attributed to Rabbi Hayyim ben Joseph Vital, who described the customs of his teacher, Isaac Luria, in Safed. Vital explains Luria had the custom
to visit a number of synagogues after Simchat Torah which delayed the end of the prayer services and did Hakafot. From there the custom spread to Hebron and the Beit El Synagogue in Jerusalem, and subsequently spread to other congregations in Jerusalem before becoming accepted across Israel. The custom spread from Israel to communities in Italy and the Near East—Turkey, Baghdad, Persia, Kurdistan, and India.

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Arrestation des suspect de l’attentat – © Porte-parole de Tsahal

03.10.2015

Jérusalem : Israël interdit l’accès de la Vieille ville aux Palestiniens

04.10.2015
La vieille ville de Jérusalem est bouclée pour deux jours. Cette mesure exceptionnelle a été prise ce dimanche par les autorités israéliennes quelques heures après deux attaques au couteau perpétrées par des Palestiniens. Deux attaques qui ont coûté la vie à deux Israéliens.

La police a pour consigne de ne laisser passer que les touristes et les résidents et les commerçants de la Vieille ville sur justificatif.

L’invité du Grand Direct – Raphael Sadin

13.11.2013
Chaque soir à 21h10 l’invité du Grand Direct, durant seize minutes, une personnalité issue du monde politique, culturel, économique ou universitaire nous fait part de son expérience et nous fait découvrir son univers.

Jérusalem : une intifada qui ne dit pas (encore ?) son nom

04.10.2015
Jets de pierres contre tirs de projectiles anti-émeutes : ces scènes sont multipliées ce dimanche à Jérusalem-est et en Cisjordanie. Et elles pourraient s’amplifier dans les prochains jours, tant la tension est vive entre Palestiniens et Israéliens.

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Synagogenkonzerte für Toleranz – Jüdische Gemeinden in Ungarn – 02.10.2015

Synagogenkonzerte für Toleranz – Jüdische Gemeinden in Ungarn, ein Beitrag von Maria Ossowski, sowie die Parascha Schemini Azeret von Joel Berger.

Sukóth – Laubhüttenfest – 25.09.2015

Die kommende Woche feiern wir das Laubhüttenfest.
Parascha Sukkot von Joel Berger.

Der Jom Kipur und der Kol Nidre – 18.09.2015

In unserem jüdischen Kalender beginnen die Tage nicht um Mitternacht, sondern schon am Vortag, wenn die Sonne untergeht. Und so beginnt der Jom Kipúr schon am Dienstagabend. In der Synagoge hören wir zum Beginn des Versöhnungstages ein besonderes Lied: das Kol Nidre. Für viele Juden gibt es nichts „Jüdischeres“ als gerade dieses Kol Nidre. Kol Nidre ist aramäisch und bedeutet so viel wie „alle Schwüre“. Ein Schwur oder ein Versprechen ist in unserem Verständnis ein Eid gegenüber Gott. Abschwören, Verträge aufkündigen, Versprechen auflösen, ein unbeschriebenes Blatt sein. Zu Beginn des Versöhnungstages können solche Schwüre aufgelöst werden. Gerald Beyrodt über einen ganz besonderen liturgischen Gesang, den wir am Dienstagabend in der Synagoge hören werden: das „Kol Nidre“.

Rosch ha Schanáh – 11.09.2015

Rosch ha Schanáh 5776 in unserer Keliláh Bamberg. Ein Beitrag von Carlo Schindhelm, sowie unsere Parascha Rosch Haschana von Rabbiner Joel Berger

Jüdische Lebenswelt – Thora

11.02.2015
Ein Filmausschnitt aus der didactmedia®-DVD „Jüdische Lebenswelt“

Die didaktische DVD „Jüdische Lebenswelt“ bringt Schülerinnen und Schülern der Sekundarstufe die wesentlichen Merkmale und Rituale des jüdischen Glaubenslebens nahe. Zunächst stellt die DVD das Herzstück des jüdischen Glaubenslebens, die Thora, vor und vergleicht ihre Elemente mit der christlichen Bibel. Begriffe wie Talmud oder die Funktion des Rabbiners werden erklärt.
In einem weiteren Kapitel steht der jüdische Lebenszyklus mit Geburt und Beschneidung, Bar und Bat Mizwa, die Ehe und der Tod mit Beerdigungsritualen und Trauer im Mittelpunkt des Films. Verständlich werden die Regeln für koscheres Essen dargelegt und Gottesdienste in der Synagoge sowie der Schabbat in all seinen wesentlichen Elementen beleuchtet.
Die DVD geht auch auf das sichtbare Judentum mit Tallit und Kopfbedeckungen für Frauen und Männer ein. In den vorgenannten Themenfeldern wird auch auf die Unterschiede bei Jungen und Mädchen und Männern und Frauen im jüdischen Glauben und seinen Ritualen hingewiesen.
Wertfrei werden auch Unterschiede zwischen orthodoxen Juden und reformorientierten Strömungen erläutert. Der Davidstern als sichtbares Symbol des Judentums in der Staatsflagge Israels wird gezeigt. Der Film appelliert am Ende für Toleranz und die friedliche Koexistenz in Israel und Palästina, der Heimat so vieler Weltreligionen: „Shalom – Salam – Friede mit Euch“.

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Jüdische Lebenswelt – Schabbat: Begrüßung und ruhende Arbeit

11.02.2015
Ein Filmausschnitt aus der didactmedia®-DVD „Jüdische Lebenswelt“

Die didaktische DVD „Jüdische Lebenswelt“ bringt Schülerinnen und Schülern der Sekundarstufe die wesentlichen Merkmale und Rituale des jüdischen Glaubenslebens nahe. Zunächst stellt die DVD das Herzstück des jüdischen Glaubenslebens, die Thora, vor und vergleicht ihre Elemente mit der christlichen Bibel. Begriffe wie Talmud oder die Funktion des Rabbiners werden erklärt.
In einem weiteren Kapitel steht der jüdische Lebenszyklus mit Geburt und Beschneidung, Bar und Bat Mizwa, die Ehe und der Tod mit Beerdigungsritualen und Trauer im Mittelpunkt des Films. Verständlich werden die Regeln für koscheres Essen dargelegt und Gottesdienste in der Synagoge sowie der Schabbat in all seinen wesentlichen Elementen beleuchtet.
Die DVD geht auch auf das sichtbare Judentum mit Tallit und Kopfbedeckungen für Frauen und Männer ein. In den vorgenannten Themenfeldern wird auch auf die Unterschiede bei Jungen und Mädchen und Männern und Frauen im jüdischen Glauben und seinen Ritualen hingewiesen.
Wertfrei werden auch Unterschiede zwischen orthodoxen Juden und reformorientierten Strömungen erläutert. Der Davidstern als sichtbares Symbol des Judentums in der Staatsflagge Israels wird gezeigt. Der Film appelliert am Ende für Toleranz und die friedliche Koexistenz in Israel und Palästina, der Heimat so vieler Weltreligionen: „Shalom – Salam – Friede mit Euch“.

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Jüdische Lebenswelt – Jüdischer Staat gleich Judentum?

11.02.2015
Ein Filmausschnitt aus der didactmedia®-DVD „Jüdische Lebenswelt“

Die didaktische DVD „Jüdische Lebenswelt“ bringt Schülerinnen und Schülern der Sekundarstufe die wesentlichen Merkmale und Rituale des jüdischen Glaubenslebens nahe. Zunächst stellt die DVD das Herzstück des jüdischen Glaubenslebens, die Thora, vor und vergleicht ihre Elemente mit der christlichen Bibel. Begriffe wie Talmud oder die Funktion des Rabbiners werden erklärt.
In einem weiteren Kapitel steht der jüdische Lebenszyklus mit Geburt und Beschneidung, Bar und Bat Mizwa, die Ehe und der Tod mit Beerdigungsritualen und Trauer im Mittelpunkt des Films. Verständlich werden die Regeln für koscheres Essen dargelegt und Gottesdienste in der Synagoge sowie der Schabbat in all seinen wesentlichen Elementen beleuchtet.
Die DVD geht auch auf das sichtbare Judentum mit Tallit und Kopfbedeckungen für Frauen und Männer ein. In den vorgenannten Themenfeldern wird auch auf die Unterschiede bei Jungen und Mädchen und Männern und Frauen im jüdischen Glauben und seinen Ritualen hingewiesen.
Wertfrei werden auch Unterschiede zwischen orthodoxen Juden und reformorientierten Strömungen erläutert. Der Davidstern als sichtbares Symbol des Judentums in der Staatsflagge Israels wird gezeigt. Der Film appelliert am Ende für Toleranz und die friedliche Koexistenz in Israel und Palästina, der Heimat so vieler Weltreligionen: „Shalom – Salam – Friede mit Euch“.

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Jüdische Beruf 1

22.06.2014
Diesen Sonntag beehrt uns der Frankfurter Magid Rav Schlomo Raskin und gibt uns einen Überblick über das Thema “Arbeit und Judentum”.

-Warum ist die Arbeit wichtig?

-Welche Berufe sind für jüdische Männer und Frauen passend, und welche nicht?

-Wie kann ich erkennen ob mein aktueller Beruf der richtige ist?

-Welche religiöse Aspekte muss ich als traditioneller Jude bei einer Jobsuche beachten? Like us auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Thora-in-Frankfurt/1551817018398451

Die jüdische Ehe 2

-Was sind die Pflichten des Mannes gegenüber der Frau in einer jüdischen Ehe?

-Was sind die Pflichten der Frau gegenüber dem Mann in einer jüdischen Ehe?

-Was sind die Grundlagen einer jüdischen Ehe?

-Was ist in einer Ehe wichtiger: Liebe oder Verantwortung übernehmen?

Die jüdische Ehe 1

-Was sind die Pflichten des Mannes gegenüber der Frau in einer jüdischen Ehe?

-Was sind die Pflichten der Frau gegenüber dem Mann in einer jüdischen Ehe?

-Was sind die Grundlagen einer jüdischen Ehe?

-Was ist in einer Ehe wichtiger: Liebe oder Verantwortung übernehmen?

Thora in Frankfurt

Shlomo Raskin öffnet für euch ein Fenster zu den chassidischen, spirituelle Gedanken der Geheim-Lehre der Thora, nach der Lehre vom Lubawitchen Rebbe.
Die Kabbala-Lern Abende sind für die alle offen die Änderung und sinfolles Leben wollen!
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The Life Saving Female Paramedics of Operation Protective Edge

17.10.2014
The IDF’s latest operation in the Gaza Strip, Operation Protective Edge, had a high cost of human life. Sixty-seven soldiers were killed on the ground and hundreds of others were injured during the fighting. The first soldiers to provide medical treatment to the wounded are the IDF’s paramedics, who are often female soldiers. Noam and Chen entered into Gaza with infantry troops with one mission: to treat injured soldiers and save as many lives as possible.

Female Arab Soldier: “I Came to Serve My Country and My Home”

04.02.2014
Monaliza Abdo is Arab, Christian, Israeli and a defender of Jews and minorities alike. She wasn’t required to enlist in the Israeli army, but her determination to protect Israel motivated her to volunteer. We had the chance to join Monaliza on the day of her release from the IDF.

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The World Is Created, According to the Hebrew Calendar and an Obscure Sage

Haaretz http://www.haaretz.com/news/features/this-day-in-jewish-history/1.679000

According to the Hebrew calendar, the year just begun is 5776. … a history that attempts to give dates to all of the people and events mentioned in the 

Anno Mundi


English: Rotunda yard, Thessaloniki: Jewish tomb remains – 5664 (Hebrew: ה ‘תרס”ד, abbr. תרס”ד) is a Hebrew year that began in the evening of September 22, 1903 and ended September 9, 1904.
Français : 5664 (hébreu : ה’תרס”ד , abbr. : תרס”ד) est une année hébraïque qui a commencé à la veille au soir du 22 septembre 1903 et s’est finie le 9 septembre 1904.Author Pvasiliadis

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From Wikipedia,
Anno Mundi (Latin for “in the year of the world”; Hebrew: לבריאת העולם, “from the creation of the world”), abbreviated as AM or A.M., orYear After Creation,[1] is a calendar era based on the biblical accounts of the creation of the world and subsequent history. While numerous efforts have been made to determine the biblical date of Creation, yielding varying results, two in particular have establishedepochs for significant calendars, including one that is still in use today.
The Hebrew calendar epoch is based on twelfth-century Rabbinic estimates for the year of creation which are calculated from data obtained in the Hebrew Masoretic text.[2] This calendar is used within Jewish communities for religious and other purposes. The calendar’sepoch, corresponding to the calculated date of the world’s creation, is equivalent to sunset on the Julian proleptic calendar date 6 October 3761 BC.[3] (In the Hebrew calendar, the day begins at sunset.) The new year begins at Rosh Hashanah (roughly in September); year AM 5776 began at sunset on 13 September 2015 (Gregorian)
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Montefiore Synagogue Ramsgate Open Day 2007

19.10.2007
THE MONTEFIORE SYNAGOGUE AND MAUSOLEUM
Moses Montefiore (1784-1885) was a towering figure of Victorian England, renowned locally, nationally and internationally. The grandson of wealthy Sephardi London merchants originally from Livorno in Italy he retired from the Stock Exchange a rich man to devote his life to philanthropy. He gave generously locally: his mayoral gold chain is still worn by Ramsgate mayors. Nationally he worked for removal of disabilities for all dissenters; he helped establish the non-denominational University College London. Internationally he most famously fought for and helped financially his co-religionists abroad in times of persecution and established a new suburb and industries for impoverished Jews of Jerusalem and of the Holy Land.

He first came to Ramsgate in 1812 on his honeymoon with his wife Judith Cohen, sister-in-law to Nathan Rothschild. After his first visit to Jerusalem he bought, in 1831, East Cliff Lodge with its grounds, now George VI Park. The pious and observant Montefiores immediately expressed their intention to build a synagogue as a private `chapel’ on their estate. David Mocatta, a cousin, was hired to design it.He was the first Anglo-Jewish architect, a pupil of Sir John Soane and architect for railway stations on the Brighton Line. Mocatta estimated the cost at between £1500 and £1600 exclusive of the interior which was to cost £300 and £400. The foundation stone was laid on the New Moon of Tammuz (Leo) 5691 anno mundi (1) or 9th. August 1831 in the presence of large numbers of the family; terra santa[sic](2) was placed where the Ark with its scrolls would eventually stand. 
It was on Sunday the 16th. June 1833 that the dedication of the synagogue took place.
The Chief Rabbis of both the Sephardi and Ashkenazi communities were present, leading a large and distinguished congregation from all over the United Kingdom.
`The simple building is based on a rectangular plan with canted corners plus a semicircular apse at the back to accommodate the Ark. It has whitewashed stucco walls and a lead roof. The clock on the façade, an unusual feature of synagogues (the most famous being that on Prague’s baroque Jewish Town Hall) is inscribed in English with the motto TIME FLIES. VIRTUE ALONE REMAINS. The chiming clock is the only example in an English Synagogue.'(3) 

This clock has marked the time for numerous Ramsgatonians, speeding many a schoolboy late for school. Sir Moses Montefiore’s arms, by the side of the entrance, are from the now demolished Judith, Lady Montefiore College; they were placed there after 1960.

`The interior: Semicircular stone steps (at north) lead to a tiny vestibule with a marble washstand. The interior of the small prayer hall was originally dimly lit from above by an octagonal dome and lantern of clear and red glass, a feature typical of the Regency, and by a tiny window over the Ark now filled with a stained glass Decalogue. Only later were windows introduced at gallery level. The classicism of the tapering Ark is modified by the lotus-bud capitals, which give it a slightly Egyptian feel.
Other alterations to the interior have somewhat compromised the restrained neoclassicism: the cream, pink and grey granite and marble lining the walls (in 1912), replacement and rearrangement of furniture (by oak in 1933; the Reader’s desk is now in the centre) and the introduction of iron gallery supports and stained glass (also 1933). The gallery faces the Ark along the west wall and has a traditional high latticework mehitsah (*). In 1933 the original timber Royal Family prayer board was replaced. It can now be seen at Bristol Synagogue’ (4)
The present Prayer for the Royal Family is for King George V and Queen Mary.
In the lobby there is a memorial to a member of the family who was killed on active service at Gallipoli during World War I.

The synagogue is lit by candles in their original brass chandeliers, as at its parent synagogue Bevis Marks in London. Sir Moses’ own seat by the Ark is still to be seen as is that of Lady 
Montefiore’s in the women’s gallery (no.3).

The Montefiores travelled widely and visited the Holy Land seven times. The suburb built outside the old walls of Jerusalem, `Yemin Moshe’ (the Right Hand of Moses in honour of Sir Moses) had a distinctly English flavour, and one might say even a very Ramsgate flavour: the ironwork is from G S Culver’s Ramsgate Metalwork factory and the windmill was based on the Hereson flour mill. It was built by Messrs. Holman, engineers and millwrights, of Canterbury.

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Rabbi Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev


From Wikipedia
Levi Yitzchok of Berditchev (1740–1809 in Berdychiv[1]), also known as the Berdichever, was a Hasidic leader. He was the rabbi ofRyczywół, Żelechów, Pinsk and Berdychiv, for which he is best known. He was one of the main disciples of the Maggid of Mezritch, and of his disciple Rabbi Shmelke of Nikolsburg, whom he succeeded as rabbi of Ryczywół.[2]
Reb Levi Yitzchok was known as the “defense attorney” for the Jewish people, because it was believed that he could intercede on their behalf before God. Known for his compassion for every Jew, he was therefore one of the most beloved leaders of Eastern EuropeanJewry. He authored the Hasidic classic Kedushas Levi,[3] which is a commentary on many Jewish religious books and laws, and is arranged according to the weekly Torah portion. He is considered by some to be the founder of Hasidism in central Poland. Read More Button--orange https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levi_Yitzchok_of_Berditchev

Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev

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