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13 Elul – Death of Ben Ish Chai (1909)

Yosef Hayyim


From Wikipedia
Yosef Chaim (1 September 1835 – 30 August 1909) (Iraqi Hebrew: Yoseph Ḥayyim; Hebrew: יוסף חיים מבגדאד) was a leadinghakham (Sephardi Rabbi), authority on halakha (Jewish law), and Master Kabbalist. He is best known as author of the work on Halakha Ben Ish Ḥai (בן איש חי) (“Son of Man (who) Lives”), a collection of the laws of everyday life interspersed with mystical insights and customs, addressed to the masses and arranged by the weekly Torah portion.
Rav Yosef Chaim was born in Baghdad, Iraq, where his father, Hakham Eliyahu Chaim, was the active leader of the Jewish community. Yosef Chaim’s talents were evident from a young age (composing an anonymous responsum at age 14). When he was 7 years old he fell into a pit and was very close to dying. When he got out the community believed it was a miracle so he decided to dedicate his life to Torah ,,,,,,,
The Ben Ish Chai (בן איש חי) is a standard reference in some Sephardi homes (functioning as “a Sephardi Kitzur Shulchan Arukh”) and is widely studied in Sephardi yeshivot. Due to the popularity of this book, Hakham Yosef Chaim came to be known as “Ben Ish Chai”, by which he is referred to by many today. The book is a collection of homilies he gave over two years discussing the weekly Torah portion. Each chapter begins with a mystical discussion, usually explaining how a Kabbalistic interpretation of a certain verse relates to a particular halakha, and then continuing to expound on that halakha with definitive rulings. ,,,,
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Ben Ish Hai – The Life & Times of Hacham Yosef Haim

The Ben Ish Hai. Rabbenu Yosef Haim. The author of Rav Pe’alim, Ben Ish Hai, and many other precious works and sefarim…the paradigm of total humility even amidst his towering greatness…the hacham whose ruah hakodesh and special level of holiness and connection to Hashem allowed him to perform astounding miracles on behalf of the Jewish people…

Who was this righteous and holy tzaddik, this giant of Sephardic Jewry whose Torah teachings and halachic responsa from Bavel spread throughout the entire Jewish world, influencing Jewish history forever; the one about whom it is said that there is no one in our generation like him in his expertise in the words of kabbalah and the Ari zt”l?

In this magnificent biography of the Ben Ish Hai, Yehuda Azoulay, noted author of A Legacy of Leaders Volumes I and II, as well as founder of the Sephardic Legacy Series, paints an accurate and vivid portrait of this multi-faceted tzaddik and hacham. Readers will emerge from this book with a most profound understanding of the life and the times of the Ben Ish Hai, as well as an unprecedented appreciation for who this tremendous posek hador was.

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Ben Ish Hai 105th Hillula Choir and Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe Address

See the amazing choir from Midrash BEN ISH HAI’s event celebrating the 105th Hillula of the Ben Ish Hai, Hakham Yosef Hayyim (Ben Ish Chai, Chacham Yosef Chaim), dressed in traditional Baghdadi garb. Be inspired by the Hakham, Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe’s address. A must watch.
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Ben Ish Hai – The Life & Times of Hakham Yosef Hayyim

The Ben Ish Hai (Ben Ish Chai): The Life of a Torah Giant. An address given by The Hakham, Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe, shlit”a, of Midrash BEN ISH HAI on the Hillula of the passing of the great Babylonian sage, Hakham Yosef Hayyim (Rabbi Yosef Chaim of Baghdad) – 13th Elul. Truly an inspiration. See more athttp://www.nonstoptorah.com

Ben Ish Hai: Classic Amuzing Parable: The Magician and The Band Of Thieves: By Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe

The Ben Ish Hai (Chai) (Hacham Yoseph Hayim) was renowned for his masterful story telling to illustrate a point with parables, trues stories and amusing anecdeotes. The Hakham Rabbi Ya’aqob Menashe of Midrash BEN ISH HAI, relates an amusing one with a powerful moral, the Magician and the Band of Robbers. See more at http://www.midrash,org , http://www.atorahminute.com andhttp://www.nonstoptorah.com

How the Young (Hacham) Silman Mussaffi was touched by the Ben Ish Hai

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Ben Zion Shenker sings Ul’yerushalaim Ircha

29.08.2015
Ben Zion Shenker sings Ul’yerushalaim Ircha at the wedding of @jmusicchatter.
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23.08.2015
Thousands of Hasidic Jews from around the world are gathering in the Ukrainian city of Uman for a yearly pilgrimage marked by singing, dancing and prayer.
The pilgrims crowding the city’s streets are mostly men in black hats or kippas coming to pray at the tomb of Rabbi Nahman — a revered leader of their traditionalist movement.
On the pilgrimage days for a week around the Jewish New Year, this sleepy, dusty town of 90,000 inhabitants some 200 kilometres (124 miles) south of Kiev is transformed into a multilingual hub of the Hasidic movement.
The celebrations are a way for Hasidic Jews to get back to the roots of their movement in the heart of eastern Europe more than 60 years after the Holocaust.
The stream of pilgrims makes its way down Pushkin street to a large metal structure covering the tomb of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav and two synagogues filled with believers who pray here for hours on end.
Rabbi Nahman, also known as a tzadik or spiritual master, died in Uman in 1810, having urged his followers to gather by his tomb to celebrate Rosh Hashana, or Jewish New Year.
This year up to 25,000 Hasidic Jews, most of them from Israel and the United States, heed his call and attend the celebrations.
The Hasidic tradition, founded in the 18th century in Belarus and Ukraine, places special emphasis on joyous communion with God. The singing and dancing give Uman a festive air.
With Hasidic music pouring out of CD-players and laptop computers, pilgrims dance in circles and sing all around — in the streets.

Nachmen Taub – Ochila | נחמן טויב – אוחילה

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Produced and arranged: David Taub
Back vocals: Chaverim choir

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מרדכי בן דוד | בשיר וקול תודה | Mordechai Ben David | B’shir Vekol Toida

24.08.2015
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4 שנים לאחר שהודיע גדול הזמר החסידי, מרדכי בן דוד, על “אלבום פרידה” (כיסופים), המלך חוזר ובגדול:

לקראת חתונת נכדתו גייס מרדכי בן דוד את הכוחות החדשים והרעננים של המוסיקה החסידית כשאת השירים הלחין אלי קליין ועל העיבודים הופקדו הצמד האגדי “אלי קליין & איצי ברי”.

את ההפקה הווקאלית עשתה “מקהלת שירה” – בניצוחו של זאבי פריד, המלווה את מרדכי בן דוד מאולפני ההקלטות ועד הבמות הגדולות.
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Mordechai Ben David – B’shir Vekol Toda | מרדכי בן דוד – בשיר וקול תודה

24.08.2015

Four years after announcing the release of his “final album” Kissufim, Mordechai Ben David returns

In honor of the wedding of his granddaughter this week, MBD joined forces with Eli Klein & Yitzy Berry. The song “B’shir Vekol Toda” were composed and arranged by Eli Klein and Yitzy Berry, with vocal production by the Shira Choir, conducted by Zevi Fried.

4 שנים לאחר שהודיע גדול הזמר החסידי, מרדכי בן דוד, על “אלבום פרידה” (כיסופים), המלך חוזר ובגדול.
לקראת חתונת נכדתו גייס מרדכי בן דוד את הכוחות החדשים והרעננים של המוסיקה החסידית כשאת השירים הלחין אלי קליין ועל העיבודים הופקדו הצמד האגדי “אלי קליין & איצי ברי”.

את ההפקה הווקאלית עשתה “מקהלת שירה” – בניצוחו של זאבי פריד, המלווה את מרדכי בן דוד מאולפני ההקלטות ועד הבמות הגדולות.

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12 Elul – Birth of Nachmanides (1294)

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Ramban Synagogue and Igeret Haramban (the letter from the Ramban to his son)

From Wikipedia

Nahmanides [Nah-man-nid-ez] (רבי משה בן נחמן), also known as Rabbi Moses ben Naḥman Girondi, Bonastruc ça (de) Porta and by his acronym Ramban (/rɑːmˈbɑːn/;1194–1270), was a leading medieval Jewish scholar, Spanish Sephardic rabbi, philosopher,physician, kabbalist, and biblical commentator. He was raised, studied, and lived for most of his life in Girona, Catalonia, Spain
“Nahmanides” is a Greek-influenced formation meaning “son of Naḥman”. He is also commonly known by his Hebrew acronym, “רמב״ן” (RaMBaN, for Rabbi Moshe ben Naḥman). His Catalan name was Bonastruc ça Porta, (also written Saporta, de Porta).
The Ramban was born in Girona in 1194, where he grew up and studied (hence his name “Girondi”), and died in the Land of Israel about 1270.[1] He was the grandson of Isaac ben Reuben of Barcelona and cousin of Jonah Gerondi (the Rabbeinu Yonah); possibly his brother was Benveniste de Porta, the bailie of Barcelona.[clarification needed] Among his teachers in Talmud were Judah ben Yakkar and Meïr ben Nathan of Trinquetaille, and he is said to have been instructed in Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) by his countryman Azriel of Gerona,[2] who was in turn a disciple of Isaac the Blind. foto wikipedia read more… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nahmanides

Maimonides

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life, times and legacy of the great Jewish medieval philsopher, Maimonides. Also known as Rambam, Maimonides was a philosopher, theologian, lawyer and physician whose works are still influential today. Melvyn is joined by Sir Anthony Kenny, philosopher and former Master of Balliol College, Oxford; Anne Hudson, Emeritus Professor of Medieval English at the University of Oxford; and Rob Lutton, Lecturer in Medieval History at the University of Nottingham.

Moses Maimonides: The Life of the Mind Jewish Biography as History Dr. Henry Abramson

Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (1135-1204) was a towering figure in medieval Jewish history, and continues to cast a long shadow into the Jewish present. Nevertheless, the work of the philosopher-physician endured significant controversy, including an especially sad episode in which Jews actually consigned his works to the flames. Lecture delivered at Young Israel of Bal Harbour-Surfside.

Maimonides (Rambam), Spinoza, and Reason by Rabbi Marc Angel

Rambam and the Philosophers: What Reason Can and Cannot Attain
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Rambam and his book Guide for the Perplexed Rabbi Berel Wein MOST INGENIOUS

Rambam / Maimonides 13 Principles of Jewish Faith (Ani Maamin) 1 of 50. R’ Moshe Taub.m4v

Given in the Young Israel of Buffalo,this is part of an introduction to a year long in depth series of the fundamentals of Jewish Faith as formulated by Rambam by the Rabbi of the synagogue, Rabbi Moshe Taub. He can be reached at vaadbuffalo@yahoo.com

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Chabad’s First Siyyum – The Rebbe Speaks on the Rambam (Maimonides) Campaign

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One should search for ways to bring another Jew to the study of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah. One way is to celebrate the conclusion of Mishneh Torah, which includes in it all the laws of the Oral Torah. If you cause a tumult that there will be a celebration tomorrow, or the next day, those who don’t know what it is will start to ask: “What is the excitement?” What is it all about?” And most importantly they will ask: “What does this mean for me?”

To serve as an everlasting memento of the event, each celebration should have someone deliver a novel insight explaining a passage of Mishneh Torah. They should discuss a subject that is fitting for publication, to be distributed amongst those who take part in the celebration. Then each one can bring the memento home and show his wife and children that he was at this celebration and this was discussed, and he can ask his son, daughter or wife for their thoughts on the subject as well.

Moshe Halbertal: “Maimonides: Life and Thought” Book Launch

Moshe Halbertal, Gruss Professor of Law at NYU School of Law, and Noah Feldman, Bemis Professor of International Law at Harvard Law School, discuss Halbertal’s new book, “Maimonides: Life and Thought.”

Maimonides was published by Princeton University Press on Thursday, November 21, 2013. This conversation took place on the release day.

About the book (via Princeton U. Press):

Maimonides was the greatest Jewish philosopher and legal scholar of the medieval period, a towering figure who has had a profound and lasting influence on Jewish law, philosophy, and religious consciousness. This book provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to his life and work, revealing how his philosophical sensibility and outlook informed his interpretation of Jewish tradition.

Moshe Halbertal vividly describes Maimonides’s childhood in Muslim Spain, his family’s flight to North Africa to escape persecution, and their eventual resettling in Egypt. He draws on Maimonides’s letters and the testimonies of his contemporaries, both Muslims and Jews, to offer new insights into his personality and the circumstances that shaped his thinking. Halbertal then turns to Maimonides’s legal and philosophical work, analyzing his three great books–Commentary on the Mishnah, the Mishneh Torah, and the Guide of the Perplexed. He discusses Maimonides’s battle against all attempts to personify God, his conviction that God’s presence in the world is mediated through the natural order rather than through miracles, and his locating of philosophy and science at the summit of the religious life of Torah. Halbertal examines Maimonides’s philosophical positions on fundamental questions such as the nature and limits of religious language, creation and nature, prophecy, providence, the problem of evil, and the meaning of the commandments.

A stunning achievement, Maimonides offers an unparalleled look at the life and thought of this important Jewish philosopher, scholar, and theologian

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Hasidic Musician Yosi Piamenta Laid to Rest

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The Two Voices: A New Perspective on the Meaning of Teshuvah

24.08.2015
As we approach Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, join Rabbi Sacks on an intellectual journey to explore the concept and deep meanings of Teshuvah. A downloadable mekorot (source) sheet is available here:http://www.rabbisacks.org/wp-content/&#8230;

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Aliza Bin-Noun, nouvelle Ambassadrice d’Israël en France

 25.08.2015
Découvrez Aliza Bin-Noun, nouvelle Ambassadrice d’Israël en France. La nouvelle Ambassadrice souligne les valeurs communes qui unissent la France et Israël ainsi que sa volonté de renforcer la coopération entre ces deux pays.

Beni Akiva’s Camp for Young French Immigrants

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Un milliardaire sauve des esclaves de l’EI en les rachetant

 25.08.2015
Steeve Maman, un milliardaire québécois, a décidé de racheter les esclaves de l’Etat islamique, pour les libérer. D’abord financé sur sa fortune personnelle, il fait aujourd’hui appel aux dons des internautes. Il a déjà sauvé plus d’une centaine de femmes et d’enfants. Mais certains lui reprochent de financer l’horreur.