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We Have Got To Stand Together and End All Forms of Racism | Bernie Sanders at GMU

There was a powerful and poignant moment during Bernie Sanders’ student town hall meeting on Wednesday in Fairfax, Virginia. Remaz Abdelgader, one of the more than 1,700 students in the George Mason University auditorium, rose to ask a question about minorities in America, including Muslims like her. https://berniesanders.com/we-all-stand-together-as-one-people/

Statement by PM Netanyahu at the Knesset

Statement by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Knesset
הצהרה מפי ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו בכנסת

וידאו: רועי אברהם, לע”מ
סאונד: איתמר בוטון, לע”מ

Terror Attack @ Hebron



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New Israeli Advanced Military Systems by RAFAEL – המערכות הצבאיות החדשות

Some of the latest Israeli-Made Militaristic systems. Made by RAFAEL Systems LTD with cooperation with other Israeli and American companies. 

-‘Protector’ USV
– ‘Black Fox’
– ‘The Wolf’, ‘Diamond’ and Golan New-Gen’ Armored vehicles.

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“A Magnificent Chuppah” Motty Ilowitz & Meshorerim Choir – Shimmy Levy Productions


Hanukkah Blessings – Cantor David Montefiore – Zeidel Rovner

Hanukkah Blessings – Berachot – by Zeidel Rovner as sung by Cantor David Montefiore. The Cantor – Chazan in Rovno, in the Province of Vohlin, Russia, hence, his name. Please go to the marvelous informational site of Rabbi Geoffrey Shisler and read about the man who was Jacob Samuel Maragovsky 1858 – 1943 – called Zeidel Rovner – a great liturgical / cantorial composer of both the 19th and 20th centuries – known for his beautiful ‘Havdalah’ composition and many many others. 


Cantor Moshe Koussevitzky – Haneros Halolu

Moshe Kussevitsky
1899 – 1966
There’s a famous Hebrew saying, Al Ta’am Varei’ach Ein Lehivakei’ach – You can’t argue over taste or smell. This is a very fortunate epithet in regards to taste in Chazanut and Chazanim. Everyone’s an expert and every Shul-going Jew knows what a good Chazan is.

Whilst not everyone will agree that Moshe Kussevitsky was the finest Chazan who ever lived (see above!), it’s inconceivable that anyone would say that he wasn’t at least, one of the finest.

Moshe Kussevitsky is regarded generally as the Chazan’s Chazan. He was possessed of an outstanding, well-trained, tenor voice of extraordinay range and flexibility and an innate understanding of the art of Chazanut.

Moshe was born on June 9th 1899 at Smargon in Vilna, Lithuania and came from a background of Chazanut. Moshe was the oldest of the four brothers, with Jacob, Simcha and David and, as is well-known, they all went on to become famous Chazanim in their own right.

Moshe began his career at the age of eight as an alto in the choir of Chazan Shlepak and as he grew up he toyed with the idea of becoming an artist or a sculptor. Fortunately, however, he accepted a position as Chazan at the Vilna ‘Savel’s Shul’ and in 1927 he auditioned for the plum position in Poland at the ‘Tlomazke Shul’ in Warsaw where, against the finest opposition, he was awarded the post. He took the opportunity to study voice and music and throughout his life he always learned Torah.

Being in such an illustrious job, his fame spread around Europe very rapidly and soon he was travelling to Brussels, Antwerp, Vienna and London to give concerts.

During the second world war Moshe took his family to Russia and adopted the name Mikhail Kussevitsky. While he was there he sang in the operas Boris Goudenov, Tosca and Rigoletto.

When he returned to Poland he gave a concert at which the ambassadors of the United Kingdom and the United States were in the audience. As a result of this concert he obtained visas for both countries and came to England until 1947, when he went to settle in America.

Moshe continued to travel and concertise all over the world and there will probably be people reading this who will recall his appearance at the Royal Albert Hall, London, on 13th March 1955. Fortunately he also made numerous recordings and, even though they were produced on comparatively primitive equipment, it is still possible to appreciate the exceptional quality of his voice and his singing on those that have been re-recorded today.

The last post he held was at the famous Temple Beth El in Boro Park, Brooklyn.

Moshe died on August 23rd 1966 and is buried in Jersualem.

Cantor Moshe Oysher- Drei Dreidel Yiddish

Moishe Oysher: Music 

Born in 1907 in Bessarabia, Imperial Russia (Moldova) and died in 1958 in New York. Although he may have come from a family of cantors going back six generations, he seems to have been drawn to the stage and popular entertainment from an early age. Oysher joined a Canadian travelling Yiddish theatrical troupe in 1921 and moved to New York City in 1923. By 1932 he had started his own company, entertaining in the USA and South America. After returning to the USA from Buenos Aires in 1934, he had difficulty finding work in New York’s Yiddish Theater. When he was offered the opportunity to sing for the High Holy Days at the First American-Rumanian Synagogue in NYC’s Lower East Side, he accepted the position and became a cantorial sensation! 

Despite his great success as a cantor Moishe Oysher was ever the entertainer and became quite famous for his starring roles in three Yiddish films including, “The Cantor’s Son” (1936), “The Singing Blacksmith” (1938), and “Overture to Glory” (1940). He was also a successful recording artist. 

Moishe Oysher was able to combine his passion for the Chazzanut with his love of performance, creating a crowd-pleasing style that thrilled audiences in synagogues and theaters. His recordings represent the world of our fathers and grandfathers who appreciated Oysher’s rich voice and fiery style.

Cantor Moshe Oysher – Happy Chanukah

אלי אלבז שופט כל הארץ נוסח מרוקו

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Chanuka oh Chanuka by Tzlil V’Zemer Boys Choir (the original)

This is my number one favourite chanuka song. sorry for the bad quality. if anyone knows any information about when or where this video was taken, or if you know anyone in the choir at that time pls let us know. thanx. pls comment.

the lyrics:
Chanukah, oh Chanukah, come light the Menorah 
Chanukah, oh Chanukah, come light the Menorah 
Gather around the table and lets have a treat 
Happy songs well sing and latkes well eat

And while we are singing 
The candles are burning bright 
One for each night, they shed a sweet light 
And remind us of days long ago

Oh Chanukah, oh Chanukah, a festival of joy 
A holiday, a jolly day, for every girl and boy 
Gather around the table and lets have a treat 
Happy songs well sing and latkes well eat

And while we are singing 
Well think of those days long ago 
And then well tell the story of the miracles, glory 
And dance by the candles burning low

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The Best Way To Roast A Whole Chicken

Joy of Kosher

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How To Grill The PERFECT Steak with Recipes

Join Jamie Geller and Naf Hanau from Grow and Behold and learn the tricks to grilling the perfect steak with a Chili Coffee Rub and a Chimichurri dip. 

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Magen Boys Entertainment Presents Hip Hop Chanukah

Special thank you to all who helped make this a success, including:

-The Creation Team; Flasharilla Marketing http://www.flasharilla.com

The Shlomones – The Rocky Hora Chanukah Song -Official video Chanukah

Enjoy Chanukah with the Shlomones, “The World’s Greatest Jewish Rock Band!
Be sure to check out our “mockumentary” Keepin’ it Kosher. See the Shlomones like you’ve never seen them before! 
(See lyrics below)

Parody of The Time Warp from “The Rocky Horror Show” licensed from Wixen Music

It’s astounting, time is fleeting
Gladness takes it’s toll
Now listen closely, not for very much longer
Chanukah’s in control

I remember
Eating a latkah
Drippin with so much oil
When the latkah was in me
The flames would be calling

Let’s light the candles again 2X

You light them all from the left
You put them in from the right
Sing the words from your lips
Make sure you say them right
Spin like a dreidle top
It’ll drive you insane

Let’s light the candles again 2X

Eat some tahini
On a falafel weenie
All fried not steamy
No not at all

Heavy doughnuts with jelly
That really sit in your belly
Choc’late coins in hand
(Mmmm) I’ll try them all

Latkas still cookin’
Have one more no one’s lookin’
Take a break now unwrap a gift

Adam Sandler’s song was on
But now we’re singin’ this one…

Let’s light the candles again 2X

You light them all from the left
You put them in from the right
Sing the words from your lips
Make sure you say them right
Spin like a dreidle top
It’ll drive you insane

Let’s light the candles again 2X

When you light a menorah
It just makes you think
If you run out of oil
It would really stink
But back in the day
Taken by surprise
Our temple was destroyed
By some nasty guys
Found one jar of oil
And we lit the flame
It’s Rocky Hora time again!

Let’s light the candles again 2X
You light them all from the left
You put them in from the right
Sing the words from your lips
Make sure you say them right
Spin like a dreidle top
It’ll drive you insane

Let’s light the candles again 2X

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Pomegranates at the Jerusalem Shuk w/ Uzi Eli


חדשות 2,,,,,,,ערוץ היוטיוב הרשמי של חדשות ערוץ 2

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Le Conseil représentatif des institutions juives de France (CRIF) ,,,,,,Roger Cukierman 

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Coolamnews.com et son prolongement sur Youtube est fondée par une équipe de francophones partageant un point commun: leur amour d’Israël et leur souci d’une information professionnelle. Coordonnée par David Sebban, composée de journalistes, mais aussi d’un officier de Tsahal et d’un expert en Stratégie, la rédaction de Coolamnews vise à amener une actualité Israélienne sans filtre aux francophones, sur un plateau.
Coolamnews est le seul media francophone assurant une veille de l’actualité Israélienne 24h/24 par l’intermédiaire de son fil info: toutes les dernières actualités du pays sont disponibles en un coup d’œil à ses lecteurs, à tout moment de la journée. Coolamnews, c’est aussi une sélection de vidéos offrant aux francophones un angle de vue d’Israël qui leur était jusqu’ici inaccessible à cause des barrières linguistique ou culturelle…

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Israel Heute

Israel Heute Nachrichten 

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“Jüdisches Leben in Europas Kulturhauptstadt 2016 Breslau – 23.10.2015

Breslau/Wroclaw entdeckt ihr jüdisches Erbe wieder. Die Stadt wird 2016 Europas Kulturhauptstadt und hat das ehemalige jüdische Viertel rund um die frisch restaurierte Synagoge des gegenseitigen Respekts und der Toleranz erklärt. Robert B. Fishman hat Breslau besucht.
Sowie Parascha “Lech lechá” von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

“Für Tommy zum dritten Geburtstag” – 16.10.2015

1944 hat der tschechische Maler Bedrich Fritta im Ghetto Theresienstadt für seinen kleinen Sohn ein Buch gemacht. Nun wurde es unter dem Titel “Für Tommy zum dritten Geburtstag” neu aufgelegt. Thomas Muggenthaler hat die Entstehungsgeschichte recherchiert.
Sowie Parascha “Noah” von Rabbiner Joel Berger.

Wandern auf den Spuren Viktor Frankl’s – 09.10.2015

Wandern auf den Spuren des jüdischen Psychologen und Psychiaters Viktor Frankl – Wandern auf der Rax, sowie
Parascha Bereschit von Joel Berger.

2500 jahre Juden in Marokko

Die in Marokko lebenden “Nachfahren Abrahams” bilden heute noch die grösste jüdische Gemeinschaft in der arabischen Welt.

Das marokkanische Judentum, das im Laufe der 2500jährigen Geschichte seine Identität als “Juden des Islam” in einer eigenständigen Kultur fand, hat tiefe Spuren hinterlassen. Die erste grosse Einwanderung von Juden nach Marokko erfolgte nach der – von Nebukadnezar angeordneten – Zerstörung des Ersten Tempels in Jerusalem (587 v.Chr.) durch die Assyrer und eine weitere nach der Zerstörung des Zweiten Tempels im Jahre 70 n.Chr. durch die Römer unter Titus. Die Zahl dieser sogenannten “asiatischen Juden” nahm in den folgenden Jahren stetig zu, vor allem durch zum Judentum übergetretene Berberstämme; sie wurden “Toschabim” – eingeborene Juden – genannt.

Das Jahr 1492, das Jahr des Kolumbus und des Falls von Granada – Ende der Maurenherrschaft in Spanien – brachte die bedeutendste Einwanderungswelle nach Marokko. Die katholischen Könige Ferdinand II von Aragonien und Isabella von Kastilien vertrieben die in Spanien ansässigen Juden und Muslime. Sie bildeten die Gruppe der “Megoraschim”, der Ausgewiesenen. Die Juden nannten sich “Sephardim” (aus “Spanien” kommend, hebr.). Sie hatten sofort ihren festen Platz in der marokkanischen Gesellschaft. Der Islam gestattete den “Buchgläubigen” (ahl-el-kitab) als geschützte Untertanen im Hause des Islam (Dar-el-Islam) zu leben. Für den Schutz durch den Sultan mussten die Juden jedoch eine besondere Steuer entrichten.

Weitere jüdische Flüchtlingsströme kamen im 16. Jahrhundert aus Andalusien, wo die Inquisition die Juden besonders grausam verfolgte. Unter ihnen befanden sich auch zahlreiche Marranen (zur Verleugnung ihrer Religion gezwungene Juden), um in Marokko wieder zum Judentum zurückzufinden. Juden aus Frankreich und Italien kamen im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert, welche sich vor allem in den nordmarokkanischen Küstenstädten niederliessen. Zu Beginn des französisch-spanischen Protektorates in Marokko im Jahre 1912 öffneten sich die seit dem Mittelalter bestehenden Judenviertel, die “Mellahs”. So gelang es deren Bewohnern in wenigen Jahrzehnten den Sprung aus der sozialen Rückständigkeit zu vollziehen, und wie ihre muslimischen Landsleute verantwortliche Posten im Bankenwesen, Handwerk, in der Industrie und Verwaltung zu übernehmen.

Die letzte Einwanderungswelle erreichte Marokko während des II. Weltkrieges. Bis heute haben die marokkanischen Juden nicht vergessen, dass sich Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Jussuf (König Mohammed V) geweigert hatte, die “Ausnahmegesetze” des französischen Vichy-Regimes über die “Behandlung der Israeliten” zu unterzeichnen.

Infolge der grossen Auswanderungswelle im Jahre 1948 nach Israel, als auch in den Jahren 1956 (zweiter arabisch-israelischer Krieg) und 1967 (Sechstagekrieg) leben heute lediglich noch 10-15’000 Juden in kleinen Gemeinden über das ganze Land verstreut, vor allem aber in den grösseren Städten.

Marokkos Juden verstehen sich heute als Hüter einer vergangenen Kultur. Nicht zu Unrecht sind sie stolz auf ihr sephardisches Kulturerbe, das eine nicht zu unterschätzende Bedeutung für das gesamte Judentum hat und in Marokko ein nicht wegzudenkender Bestandteil des täglichen Lebens geworden ist.

Die Kabbala: Schlüssel zur Vergangenheit

Eine History Chanel Doku

Rabbi Yitzhak Ehrenberg

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«Послушай. Это нигун». Вечер хасидской музыки.

Вечер прошёл в рамках семинара “Про жизнь” 24 июня 2012 года

דוד ויצמן-יהודה שטרית-ליאור אלמליח – סיום בקשות – 23.03.98

דוד ויצמן-יהודה שטרית-ליאור אלמליח – סיום בקשות – 23.03.98
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ישמח משה ואשורר שירה עם ר’ חיים לוק Moroccan Jewish love song for the Torah with Haim Louk

מתוך המופע “ספרד, מרוקו, ירושלים”, שנערך בפסטיבל הפיוט השני.
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פיוטים – מני כהן

הפייטן מני כהן – מחרוזת במקאם סחלי – “עיני אשא אליו”
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orchestre andalou d’Israel- Simon Ilouz

Orchestre Andalou d’Israel – pyout hebraïque. “sissou tsaoulo”. Interpreté par Simon Ilouz. 
Adaptation liturgique du celebre “Soltane Rabia”.

Binyamin Bouzaglo – Ami de mon âme

Yedid Nefesh Poème de la tradition andalouse-algérienne. celebre chant de Chabbat interpreté dans le style arabo-andalou.

ליאור אלמליח

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Zipporah Porath describes induction to Haganah

Zipporah Porath describes her induction to the Haganah as part of the Toldot Yisrael project.

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Jewish History Rabbi Berel Wein

The Volunteers: Answering the Call of History

Toldot Yisrael (http://www.toldotyisrael.org) presents the stories of volunteers from around the world who came in 1948 to help build and defend the State of Israel. 

The Story of the 1948 Generation

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Aliyah l’Kever – Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach zt”l ‘s 17th Yartzeit

Rebroadcast of the Aliyat Hakever for Reb Shlomo Carlebach zt”l. 
16 Cheshvan 5772
Har HaMenuchot, Jerusalem

This Day in Jewish History, 1994 First Chief Rabbi of the Israeli Army Dies

Haaretz http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/this-day-in-jewish-history/.premium-1.682841

Religious prodigy Shomo Goren would lay down the rules for Jews in war, but as he grew old and dogmatic, would embrace increasingly extreme …

Shlomo Goren

From Wikipedia
Shlomo Goren (Hebrew: שלמה גורן) (February 3, 1917 – October 29, 1994), was an Orthodox Religious Zionist rabbi in Israel, aTalmudic scholar and foremost authority on Jewish law. He founded and served as the first head of the Military Rabbinate of theIsrael Defense Forces and subsequently as the third Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel from 1973 to 1983, after which he established ayeshiva in Jerusalem, which he headed until his death.
He served in the Israel Defense Forces during three wars, wrote several award-winning books on Jewish law[citation needed], and was appointed Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv in 1968.
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דוד בן גוריון משבח רב שלמה גורן חלק 14, Rabbi Shlomo Goren

David Ben Gurion praises Rabbi Shlomo Goren
1967 war, Dudu Fisher, Kotel

רב שלמה גורן הקלטה מקורית תהילים , חלק 13 Rabbi Shlomo Goren

Beautiful psalm prayer recording at six day war of Rabbi Goren and lovely choir song plus footage of soldiers and populace waking around Jerusalem old city first time after liberation

לזכר מרן גדול הדור הרה”ג שלמה גורן זצ”ל

לקראת יום הזיכרון למרן גדול הדור הגאון האדיר הרב שלמה גורן זצוק”ל זיע”א שיחול בקרוב חיברתי צילומים של הרב ביחד עם שיר שחובר לכבודו לאחר מלחמת ששת הימים.
חבל על דאבדין ולא משתכחין.

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Daf Yomi Rabbi Dov Linzer Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School

Daily Chassidus …with R’ Paltiel, 

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SHIUR KLALI (weekly insights) by Rabbi Gafne 

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 RABINO ITZJAK GINSBURGH ,Gal Einai en Español desde Israel

2013 09 02 Torah Based Psychology Rebbetzin Silber

2012 10 22 Surprising Tools for Self-Awareness and Self-Direction with Rebbetzin Silber

2015 10 29 16 ram Cheshvan 5776 Reb Shlomo’s 21st yahrtzeit YOM IYUN @ YESHIVAT SIMCHAT SHLOMO P….


Вечерний Колель

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Иудаизм Тв

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Kupat Ha’ir is the largest volunteer based charity fund supported by Jews worldwide. Kupat Ha’ir is the lifeline for thousands of needy. With offices in Israel, the U.S., Canada http://www.kupat.org


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