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Polish passport used in Denmark up to March 1940. The Jewish holder escaped to Sweden during the war.

Rescue of the Danish Jews

From Wikipedia

The rescue of the Danish Jews occurred during Nazi Germany’s occupation of Denmark during World War II. On October 1, 1943, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler ordered Danish Jews to be arrested and deported. Despite great personal risk, the Danish resistance movement, with the assistance of many ordinary Danish citizens, managed to evacuate 7,220 of Denmark’s 7,800Jews, plus 686 non-Jewish spouses, by sea to nearby neutral Sweden.[1] 

The rescue allowed the vast majority of Denmark’s Jewish population to avoid capture by the Nazis and is considered to be one of the largest actions of collective resistance to aggression in the countries occupied by Nazi Germany. As a result of the rescue, and the following Danish intercession on behalf of the 464 Danish Jews who were captured and deported toTheresienstadt transit camp in Bohemia, over 99% of Denmark’s Jewish population survived the Holocaust  From Wikipedia, Read More Button--orange

History of the Jews in Denmark

Memorial in Denmark Square, Jerusalem. Text in Danish, Swedish and English.

From Wikipedia  The Jewish community of Denmark constitutes a small minority within Danish society. The community’s population peaked prior tothe Holocaust at which time the Danish resistance movement (with the assistance of many ordinary Danish citizens) took part in a collective effort to evacuate about 8,000 Jews and their families from Denmark by sea to nearby neutral Sweden, an act which ensured the safety of almost all the Danish Jews.Read More Button--orange


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Danish Jewish Museum

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The Danish Jewish Museum (Danish: Dansk Jødisk Museum), in Copenhagen, Denmark, sits inside the Danish Royal Library’s old Galley House and exhibits Danish Jewish historical artifacts and art.[1] Designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the building memorializes the story of Danish Jews who were saved from Nazi persecution by their fellow Danes in October 1943. Construction of the Museum began in March 2003 and the museum opened in June 2004.[2]At the turn of the seventeenth century, King Christian IV built Denmark’s Royal Boat House, which was later renovated in 1906, during the construction of the adjacent Royal Library. In 1985, the Society for Danish Jewish History decided to establish a museum in Copenhagen dedicated to its namesake. It wasn’t until the 1990s, however, that the organization met with Daniel Libeskind and the Royal Library site underwent another transformation. The renovation of the Boat House, executed by Fogh & Følner architects, began in July 2002, and construction of the Danish Jewish Museum ended in September 2003. In June 2004, the museum opened. Read More Button--orange

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Netanyahu urges Europe’s Jews to move to Israel

15.02.2015
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has responded to this weekend’s deadly synagogue shooting in Copenhagen by urging European Jews to emigrate to Israel.

Bennett Responds to Copenhagen Attack

15.02.2015
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מבט עם יעקב אילון – דנמרק אינה נכנעת לאיסלאם הקיצוני

מבט עם יעקב אילון – על מתקפת הטרור בקופנהגן

15.02.2015
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גל הטרור באירופה בעיצומו – הלילה הוא הגיע לקופנהאגן, בירת דנמרק. המטרה הראשונה היתה אירוע שבו השתתף אומן שצייר קריקטורה של מוחמד, השנייה היתה בית הכנסת. שני הרוגים, המשטרה חיסלה את היורה וכמו במקרים דומים – הוא היה מוכר לשירותי המודיעין. נתחיל בדווחו של עורך חדשות החוץ אורן נהרי.

מקופנהגן מדווח שליח רשות השידור, יגאל רום.

ובאולפן מוסיף אורן נהרי פרטים חדשים שנודעו, כולל זהותו של היורה.

מבט עם יעקב אילון – ראיון עם הרב מיכאל מלכיאור בעקבות הפיגוע בקופנהגן

15.02.2015
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הרב מיכאל מלכיור, שר לשעבר, יליד דנמרק, בן לרב הראשי לדנמרק וגם בנו – הרב הראשי בדנמרק. הוא מתאר הלם בקהילה – אך למעשה, אין הפתעה, והקהילה הייתה ערוכה מבחינה אבטחתית לאירוע שכזה, וכך נמנע אסון גדול יותר. עם זה, לדבריו אין זה סופה של הרב-תרבותיות באירופה.

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The Moscow Male Jewish Cappella, Kopenhagen, J. Malovany, Rabbi Bent Melhior

30.11.2014
The Moscow Male Jewish Cappella,
Conductor – Alexander Tsaliuk,
Denmark, Kopenhagen, cantor – J. Malovany,
In Honor of Chief Rabbi – Bent Melhior
Concert at the Tivoli Park Concert Hall

 

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A Conversation with the Legendary Chief Rabbi of Denmark

15.12.2014
While in Copenhagen, Ambassador Ahmed and Dr. Amineh Hoti visited Rabbi Bent Melchior, the former Chief Rabbi of Denmark, at his home in order to discuss the Danish Jewish community.

Rabbi Melchior is descended from a long line of rabbis and became Chief Rabbi of Denmark in 1969, succeeding his father who served as Chief Rabbi from 1947 to 1969. Rabbi Melchior has been very involved in bringing the different faith communities together both in Denmark and internationally. Since 1999, he has been Honorary Life President of B’nai B’rith Europe as well as being involved in numerous other international organizations.

During the interview, Rabbi Melchior discussed the history of the Jewish community in Denmark, his experiences in World War 2 during which the Danish people saved the vast majority of the Jewish population from the Nazi concentration camps, the lessons the Jewish community learned in integrating in Denmark, and what he sees as the essence of Judaism.

People leave flower tributes at Copenhagen synagogue

15.02.2015
People laid flowers outside the Copenhagen synagogue on Sunday (February 15) where a shooting killed one person and wounded two police officers.

Danish PM: ‘We will do everything’ to protect Jewish community

15.02.2015

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Alarm over rising anti-Semitism in Denmark: Danish Jews no longer feel safe in public places

28.02.2013
Danish officials say they’re alarmed by the frequency of anti semitic attacks. The rise in physical and verbal assaults in Denmark is in line with claims by Jewish communities that anti semitism is on the rise throughout Europe. At a forum staged by Copenhagen City Council, Danish Jews urged the authorities to take action.

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Sidste interview med Victor Borge – Last interview with Victor Borge

03.04.2010
Sidste interview med Victor Borge fra nytårs udsendelse på TV2 år 2000 med Hans Pilgaard og Mette Lisby (Victor Borge døde d. 23/12 2000 men programmet blev lavet midt i december) Undertekster lavet af Nemesis803

Last interview with Victor Borge from New Year’s broadcast on Danish TV2 year 2000 with Hans Pilgaard and Mette Lisby (Victor Borge died 23/12 2000 but the program was created in mid-December) Subtitles made ​​by Nemesis803

The photo contact sheet, identified as A9745 by the White House Photographic Office (WHPO), is housed at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library, a branch of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).


File:Victor-Borge.jpgVictor Borge

From Wikipedia

Børge Rosenbaum (/ˈbɔrɡə/ bor-gə; 3 January 1909 – 23 December 2000),[4] known professionally as Victor Borge, was a Danish comedian, conductor and pianist who achieved great popularity in radio and television in the United States and Europe. His blend of music and comedy earned him the nickname “The Clown Prince of Denmark”,[1] “The Unmelancholy Dane”,[2] and “The Great

Rosenbaum was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, into a Jewish family. His parents, Bernhard and Frederikke (Lichtinger) Rosenbaum, were both musicians—his father a violist in the Royal Danish Orchestra[5][6] and his mother a pianist.[7] Like his mother, Borge began piano lessons at the age of two, and it was soon apparent that he was a prodigy. He gave his first piano recital when he was eight years old, and in 1918 was awarded a full scholarship at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, studying under Olivo Krause. Later on, he was taught by Victor Schiøler, Liszt’s student Frederic Lamond, and Busoni’s pupil Egon Petri. Photo by Wikipedia Read More Button--orange

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Bo Lidegaard: Reflections on the 70th Anniversary of the Danish Rescue of the Jews

16.10.2013
In this inaugural Ambassador Edward E. and Susie Elson Lecture, Danish historian, journalist, and former diplomat Bo Lidegaard, author of Countrymen (Knopf, 2013), discusses the extraordinary story of how Denmark saved its Jews from the Nazis in World War II.

With his access to diaries, letters, and family accounts, Lidegaard focuses on how, in 1943, the Danish king, his ministers, and Parliament agreed that no one in Denmark would aid the Nazis in rounding up the 7,000 Danish Jews for deportation and certain death. Over the two-week period of September 26 to October 9, 1943, 6,500 out of the 7,000 Jews escaped to Sweden, having been assisted, hidden, and protected by their fellow countrymen.

The Ambassador Edward E. Elson and Susie Elson Lecture series was created by Edward E. Elson (U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, 1993–1998) to recognize outstanding achievement in the fields of the arts, literature, education, or public service by Danes or Danish Americans.

Bo Lidegaard is the editor-in-chief of the leading Danish newspaper Politiken and the author of several books on modern history. He served as a diplomat in the Danish Foreign Service before joining the Office of the Danish Prime Minister as Ambassador and Permanent Undersecretary of State tasked with responsibilities corresponding to those of National Security Advisor. Lidegaard later led the team preparing the 2009 United Nations conference on climate change in Copenhagen. He is one of the most respected and widely read Danish historians, and his work has focused on U.S.-Danish relations in the twentieth century, as well as on the modern Danish welfare state. Lidegaard lives in Copenhagen.

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Views of Jews in 19th Century Denmark

29.03.2013
Views of Jews in 19th Century Denmark: From Pro-Semitic Hans Christian Andersen to Anti-Semitic Søren Kierkegaard

A lecture by Poul Houe
Feb. 6, 2013
Mount Zion Synagogue

A controversial book, written by Peter Tudvad, about Kierkegaard as an anti-Semite was recently published; Andersen’s pro-Semitic stances are well-documented. Prof. Houe will use these two towering authors as points from which to overview the landscape of pro- and anti-Semitic sentiments in Danish/Nordic 19th century culture and society more broadly, and even to extend the perspective into contemporary culture, where the debate around Tudvad’s book has been especially revealing.

Poul Houe is a professor of Scandinavian languages and literature at the University of Minnesota whose research focuses on 19th and 20th century Scandinavian literature and culture, specifically travel and exile literature in the context of modern European humanism. His work has explored transnational issues and questions of cultural transformation, and his many books include a collection of essays on Hans Christian Andersen and two co-edited volumes on Søren Kierkegaard.

Mogens Skjolt interview

An interview with Mogens Skjolt about how, as a teenager, he joined the Danish resistance against the Nazi occupation of Denmark, what he did in the Resistance, the liberation of Denmark and the aftermath of the war.

Rescue of the Danish Jews 1943

17.05.2014

The Rescue of Jews in Denmark during the Holocaust

The Rescue of the Danish Jews

Knud Dyby – “Rescue and Resistance in Denmark during the German Occupation, 40-45”

1943 – The Fame of Denmark

one occupied country in Europe did more than any other to protect Jews – Denmark. The Germans had first occupied Denmark in 1940 but it was only now, in August 1943, after Danish resistance had increased, that they imposed full military rule. Now German brutality was practiced in the open and the Danish Jews were hugely at risk.
In September 1943 Hitler’s representative in Denmark, Dr Werner Best of the SS, a man whose hands were already bloodied by the persecution of Jews in France and Poland, met with the German diplomat, Georg Ferdinand Duckwitz, a known sympathizer of the Danes. According to their later testimony, Best first informed him that 8000 Danish Jews would shortly be rounded up…

Victor Borge – Jewish Denmark

06.02.2014
Due to the heroic deeds of ordinary Danes, many Danish Jews escaped Nazi persecution during World War II. Beloved Danish entertainer Victor Borge was one of them. This is part of his incredible story. More stories like this here; http://www.visitdenmark.com/en-us/jewish

הצלת יהודי דנמרק בשואה Saving Danish Jews in WWII

01.11.2011
ד”ר דן כצנלסון מתאר את המחקר שעשה בנושא תפקידם של הרופאים בהצלת יהודי דנמרק במלחמת העולם השניה.
Dr. Danny Kaznelson describes the research he has done on the role of doctors in saving the Jews of Denmark in WWII.

Danish Jews transported by Red Cross busses from Theresienstadt to Sweden

Rosh Hashanah 1943

In the tragic story of the Nazis and the Jews, the rescue of the Danish Jews can be seen as a rare ray of sunshine. Thanks to the help of many ordinary Danes, almost all of Denmark’s Jews survived World War II. Today, in and around Copenhagen, you can walk in the footsteps of the escaping Jews, and learn more about the dramatic days and nights of September and October 1943.Read More Button--orange http://www.visitdenmark.com/rosh-hashanah-1943

Red cross busses transporting Danish Jews from Theresienstadt

On Rosh Hashanah 1943, September 29, Rabbi Melchior urged his congregants to go into hiding and plan an escape to nearby neutral Sweden. The greater Danish population sprang into action, smuggling nearly all of Denmark’s Jews to Sweden on fishing boats. Read More Button--orangehttp://www.visitdenmark.com/rosh-hashanah-1943

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Jewish Concert in Prague, Czech Republic, celebrating Rabbi Loew.

Czech JewsHistory of the Jews in the Czech Republic

From Wikipedia,

 

Jews in Bohemia, today’s Czech Republic, are predominantly Ashkenazic Jews, and the current Jewish population is only a fraction of the pre-WWII Czechoslovakia’s Jewish population. As of 2005, there were approximately 4,000 Jews living in the Czech Republic.[4] There are ten small Jewish communities all around the country (seven in Bohemia and three in Moravia). The umbrella organisation for the Jewish communities in the country is the Federation of Jewish Communities (FŽO). Services have been held inPrague and some other cities. ,,,,,,  From Wikipedia,

History of the Jews in Prague

From Wikipedia  The 16th century began the Jewish Renaissance in Prague. Prague nobility in 1501 allowed for an open atmosphere of economic activity.[1] Yet during the Habsburg reign, the Jewish people were expelled twice in 1542 and 1561.[2] Each time they returned to prosper even more. From 1564-1612, the reigns of Maximilian and Rudolf II were “golden ages” for the Jews in Prague. In the early 18th century, the Jews accounted for about one fourth of Prague’s population. More Jewish people lived in Prague than anywhere else in the world. This “golden age” ended with Empress Maria Theresa abdicating the throne, and expelling the Jews once again.[3]

File:Jewish Synagogue in Prague Czech Rep.jpgThe Jewish Quarter and ghetto

Jewish Ceremonial hall (Obřadní síň) in U starého hřbitova Street, Prague

There was no legal transition from the Jewish Quarter to the ghetto. It was unstated but understood. Known as Židovské město in Czech(and later Judenstadt in German), the ghetto was the center of Jewish mysticism,,,,,,

Old Jewish cemetery

The Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest Jewish cemetery in Europe, (the oldest is in Worms from the 11th century) opened in 1439 and closed in 1787. The cemetery is located on a small plot of land between the Pinkas Synagogue and the Klausen Synagogue.[citation needed] During the four hundred plus years that the cemetery was active, about 200, 000 Jewish people from the ghetto were buried there. Because the cemetery was only capable of holding around ten percent of the amount of Jews buried there,,,,,,,,,

The synagogues

English: The Jewish Town Hall (Židovská radnice) is currently home to the Federation of Jews Religious Communities in Bohemia and Moravia and the Jews Religious community in Prague. It was created out of the revamp given to the original town hall of Maisel, a contemporary of Rabbi Löw and a man of inordinate wealth and discriminating taste. It was erected by builder Pankras Roder in the late 1500s. The late Baroque remodelling was carried out by the architect Josef Schleisinger in 1763. The Hebrew clock is the one on the roof just below a regular clock. The Hebrew clock has numbers in Hebrew and runs backwards. At the bottom of the photograph, you can see the roof top of the Old-New Synagogue.  From Wikipedia  

During the Renaissance in Prague, four major Jewish synagogues were built and completed. The Pinkas Synagogue served the people of Prague, beginning in 1479. It showcased Renaissance design, throughout its architecture.[9] Franz Kafka, a famous writer of the time, attended services there.[10] The synagogue resided in a flood zone, which caused a myriad of damage,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Flags of the Jews of Prague

Charles IV gave the Jews of Prague the honour of a flag in 1357. The red flag includes a yellow Magen David (Star of David), often considered to be the first use of a Magen David to represent a Jewish community.,,,,,, From Wikipedia  

 

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Opening of the Maharal Institute in Prague

A program, in Czech, about the new Maharal Institute in Prague. The moderator interviews Rabbi Manis Barash of Chabad Prague and Rabbi Yona Metzger the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBMUxKZcxcY&list=UUR4NA2Yplg_aDJPJ4T_nOkg

The moderator interviews Rabbi Manis Barash of Chabad Prague and Professor Alexander Fried. I

Prague Light Festival opens in style: Czech capital city playing host to over 30 light artists

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Židé Žid

23.07.2013
Židé jsou semitským národem pocházejícím z oblasti Blízkého východu. Kromě označení Židé jsou nazýváni též jako Izrael nebo Synové Izraele, Izraelité Občas se pro Židy používá i označení Hebrejové či Hebrejci Během 3 000 let se Židé ze své pravlasti — Izraele — rozšířili do celého světa. Kromě národnostně-etnické skupiny tvoří Židé i skupinu náboženskou. Pokud se píše s velkým prvním písmenem, označuje slovo Žid příslušníka židovského národa, tedy Žida v etnickém slova smyslu, zatímco žid je příslušníkem židovského náboženství. Oba významy se do velké míry překrývají, protože židovské náboženství bylo původně náboženstvím národním a bylo jedním z určujících rysů příslušnosti k židovskému národu. Dalšími národními rysy bylo území státu Izraele a Palestiny a jazyk. Slovo „Žid” přešlo do češtiny pravděpodobně z italského Giudeo. Kdo je Žid Etnický Žid. Ve starověku byli Židé vždy považováni za národ a na jejich náboženství nebyl kladen žádný zvláštní důraz. Změna přišla v poexilním období, zvláště pak během řecké a římské nadvlády, kdy začalo být židovství považováno za samostatné náboženství, jehož hlavním nositelem je národ – Židé. Halachický žid Žid a žid nemusí být vždy jedno a totéž. Zatímco „etnickým Židem” je nutné se narodit, židem podle židovského náboženského práva – halachy – je možné se narodit i stát. Tzv. halachickým židem je každý, kdo:
se narodil židovské matce, která sama byla halachickou židovkou (židovství se dědí matrilineárně, nikoli patrilineárně, jako je tomu např. u islámu)
každý, kdo podstoupil předepsaným způsobem gijur a konvertoval k judaismu. Konvertita je rovněž i státem Izrael uznán za člověka, kterému náleží právo návratu.
Z této definice vyplývá, že člověk, který měl např. židovského dědečka, je sice považován za Žida státem Izrael, nicméně není již považován za žida z náboženského hlediska – není započítáván do minjanu, není vyvoláván k Tóře a jeho náboženský status je stejný jako u jakéhokoli jinověrce.
Většina náboženských (věřících) židů nepovažuje „nehalachické židy” vůbec za židy a „etnický” charakter židovství víceméně neuznávají, rozhodující je pro ně halacha. Některé malé skupiny ultraortodoxních židů nejenže neuznávají nehalachické židy, ale neuznávají ani konvertity jako plnoprávné židy. Tato praxe je ovšem spíše výjimkou potvrzující pravidlo. Je známo, že v rámci určitých skupin židovské populace se vyskytují některé genetické choroby nadprůměrně často. Příčina tohoto jevu není jasná, ale vliv mohl mít genetický drift způsobený inbreedingem v izolovaných židovských populacích.

Cantor Marcel Loránd: Synagogue Chants

27.12.2013
Vocalists: Cantor Marcel Loránd, Alexander Kovács, and Jenö Kohn. Album: Synagogue Chants. Supraphone (1996). Recorded in the Domovina Studio, Prague, in the years 1956 and 1960.
0:00] Shema Yisruel (Hear, O Israel)
[3:56] Elohai Neshumu (O, My God, the Soul With Which Thou Didst Endow Me Is Pure)
[7:49] Kol Nedrei (Prayer recited at the beginning of Yom Kippur evening service)
[13:30] Mi Soid Khakhomim Unvoyim
[20:54] Leil Shimurim (Prayer commemorating the night God brought the Israelites from out of Egypt)
[23:21] Mekimi Meofor Dol (Chanted during the Shalosh Regalim holiday)
[26:46] Avinu Malkeinu (Our Father, Our King)
[33:23] Mimkoiyimkhu Malkeinu (From Thy Heavenly Abode, Reveal Thyself, O Our King)
[37:27] Leil Oyerkh Din
[43:08] Unesane Toy

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28.09.2011
Oldest synagogue in Europe (1,000+ years). Only time filming ever allowed inside the synagogue. Documentary, traditions, holidays. Broadcast on Czech Television and award winner at Moscow Film Festival. Georgi Ivanov (screenplay, director) and Richard Korbut (cinematographers) (In Czech, English, German)

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12.05.2013
Mark Podwal may have been best known initially for his drawings on The New York Times OP-ED page. In addition, he is the author and illustrator of numerous books. Most – Podwal’s own as well as those he has illustrated for others – typically focus on Jewish legend, history and tradition. His art is represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Israel Museum and the Library of Congress, among many others.

Beyond his works on paper, Podwal’s artistry has been employed in an array of diverse projects, including designing new embroidered textiles for Prague’s seven hundred year old synagogue, the Altneuschul. In 1996, the French government named Podwal an Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters and in 2011, he received the Jewish Cultural Achievement Award from the Foundation for Jewish Culture.

Prague’s Jewish Town

Oldest synagogue in Europe (1,000+ years). Only time filming ever allowed inside the synagogue. Documentary, traditions, holidays. Broadcast on Czech Television and award winner at Moscow Film Festival. Georgi Ivanov (screenplay, director) and Richard Korbut (cinematographers) (In Czech, English, German)

Inside the Spanish Synagogue (Španělská synagoga) Prague, Czech Republic

The Spanish Synagogue (Hebrew: בית הכנסת הספרדי‎, Czech: Španělská synagoga, German: Spanische Synagoge) is a Moorish Revival synagogue built in Prague in 1868 to the design of Vojtěch Ignátz Ullmann.

Darius Mihaud: Service Sacré op.279 (1947)

27.06.2011
Darius Milhaud (1892-1974): Service Sacré pour le samedi matin op.279 (1947), avec prières additionelles pour le vendredi soir (1947/1950), scritto per il tempio Emanu-El di San Francisco — Yaron Windmueller, baritono; Rabbi Rodney Mariner, voce recitante — Prague Philharmonic Choir e Czech Philharmonic Orchestra diretti da Gerard Schwarz —

Parte I
I. Ma Tovu
II. Bar’khu and Sh’ma
III. V’ahavta
IV. Mi Khamokha (I)
V. Tzur Yisrael
VI. Eternal is Thy power
VII. K’dusha

Parte II
VIII. Prayer and Response
IX. Silent Prayer and Yihyu L’ratzon

Parte III
X. S’u Sh’arim
XI. Taking the Scroll from the Ark
XII. Returning the Scroll to the Ark
XIII. The Law of the Lord is Perfect
XIV. Etz Ḥayyim

Parte IV
XV. Adoration
XVI. Va’anaḥnu
XVII. Universal Prayer
XVIII. Spoken Kaddish
XVIII bis. Sung Kaddish
XIX. Adon Olam
XX. Benediction

Le Vendredi soir (Friday Evening)
XXI. L’kha Dodi
XXII. Mi Khamokha (II)
XXIII. V’sham’ru
XXIV. Eloheinu Velohei Avoteinu R’tze
XXV. Yism’ḥu

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Alex Bershadsky – Ma’oz Tzur Live @ The Spanish Synagogue

18.12.2014
Light Of Understanding 2014 // Koncert Světlo porozumění 2014
Spanish synagogue, The Jewish museum of Prague.

TATELOSHN טאַטעלאָשן

18.03.2014
1. Rededication of Ckyne Synagogue, Czech Republic. Solemn concert, October 5th, 2013

2. Concert in the Rabas Gallery (former baroque synagogue), Rakovnik, Czech Republic, December 12th 2013

JEWorld Music played by TATELOSHN (Prague, Czech Republic):

Cantor Michal Forst – singing, leader
Viktor Bytchek – bayan (chromatic button accordion)
Borisav Prelic – guitar (1.)
Petar Veljkovic – guitar (2., guest)
Michal Kostiuk – clarinet
Stepan Kaniak – violin, cajon
Yana Lyodyna – piano
Jan Korinek – double bass

Sound & Video Editing: Borisav Prelic 2014

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AHAVAT OLAM אהבת עולם Cantor Michal Foršt & The Prague Philharmonic Male Quartet

09.03.2011
Cantor Michal Foršt — tenor
&
The Prague Philharmonic Male Quartet
Viktor Bytchek — 1st tenor, artistic leader
Bohumil Sládeček — 2nd tenor
Tomáš Hanzl — barytone
Michal Krůšek – basso

AHAVAT OLAM

Ahavat olam beit Yisra’el amcha ahavta,
Torah umitzvot chukim
umishpatim otanu limad’ta.

Al ken Adonai Eloheinu
b’shochveinu
uv’kumeinu
nasi’ach b’chukecha,
venis’mach b’divrei torat’cha
uv’mitzvotecha le’olam va’ed.

Ki hem chayeinu ve’orach yameinu
uvahem neh’geh yomam valaila.
Ve’ahavatcha
al tasir mimenu le’olamim,
Baruch ata Adonai,
ohev amo Yisrael. ETERNAL LOVE

Eternal love for Your people, House of Israel,
Torah and Mitzvot, laws
and precepts have You taught us.

Therefore, 0 God,
when we lie down
and when we rise up,
we will meditate on Your laws
and rejoice in Your Torah
and Mitzvot for ever.

Day and night we will reflect on them,
for they are our life and the length of our days.
Then Your love
shall never depart from our hearts,
Blessed art Thou Lord,
who loves his nation Israel.

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Ve Hisheamda beautiful must see וְהִיא שֶעָמְדָה Peter Gyori Spanish synagogue in Prague

29.11.2013
Peter Gyori, Robert Fischmann, Betty Vomáčková, Otta Hejnic

Project Concert Light of Understanding at the beautiful Spanish synagogue, which is a part of the famous Jewish Museum in Prague, Czech republic is bringing various musicians representing different genre of music from classical, Jazz, rock, alternative on one stage. The concert is played simultaneously at the Spanish synagogue and nearby Church of Holy Ghost.
This unique ecumenical event, which connects people of different origin, nationalities and religions through ART takes place once a year since 2005 in Prague , Czech republic.
This is unprepared spontaneous performance by musicians is a fragment of the 20 minute piece composed for this project in year 2012 with the whole symphony orchestra, Flamenco, Kathak and Jazz quartet .

Hadar Noiberg Trio at the Spanish Sunagogue in Prague- European Tour 2010

3.01.2011
Concert at the Spanish Synagogue in Prague, as a part of the Light of Understanding event with the presence of the Israeli ambassador and other Czech politicians. http://www.hadarnoiberg.com

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Rain People: Rachel Shapira Project with Hadar Noiberg & Yael Deckelbaum 2
17.12.2014
A collaboration between flutist/composer Hadar Noiberg and poet/lyricist Rachel Shapira with special guest Yael Deckelbaum.

The first song in the video is an original composition by Noiberg with lyrics written to it by Rachel Shapira especially for the show.

The second show is one of Rachel’s greatest hits in Israel, ‘Nepal’.

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Dějiny Židovského národa 1 díl Exodus

29.11.2013

Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague

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The Shelah ha-Kadosh (the holy Shelah)

28.03.2013
Isaiah Horovitz was born in Prague around 1565. His first teacher was his father, Avraham ben Shabtai Sheftel Horowitz, a notable scholar and author, and a disciple of Moses Isserles (Rema). Horowitz studied under Meir Lublin and Joshua Falk. He married Chaya, daughter of Abraham Moul, of Vienna, and was a wealthy and active philanthropist, supporting Torah study, especially in Jerusalem. In 1590, in Lublin, he participated in a meeting of the Council of Four Countries, and his signature is on a decree that condemns the purchase of rabbinic positions. In 1602, was appointed head of Beis Din in Austria, and in 1606 was appointed Rabbi of Frankfurt am Main. In 1614, after serving as rabbi in prominent cities in Europe, he left Frankfurt – following the Fettmilch uprising – and assumed the prestigious position of chief rabbi of Prague. In 1621, after the death of his wife, he moved to Palestine, was appointed rabbi of the Ashkenazic community in Jerusalem, and married Chava, daughter of R. Eleazer. In 1625, he was kidnapped and imprisoned, together with 15 other Jewish rabbis and scholars, by the Pasha (Ibn Faruh) and held for ransom. After 1626, Horowitz moved to Safed, erstwhile home of Kabbalah, and later died in Tiberias on March 24, 1630 (Nissan 11, 5390 on the Hebrew calendar).
In his many Kabbalistic, homiletic and halachic works, he stressed the joy in every action, and how one should convert the evil inclination into good, two concepts that influenced Jewish thought through to the eighteenth-century, and greatly influenced the development of the Chassidic movement.
Famous descendants of Isaiah Horowitz included Yaakov Yitzchak of Lublin, (Yaakov Yitzchak Horowitz; Hebrew: יעקב יצחק הורוביץ), known as “The Chozeh of Lublin” (Hebrew: החוזה מלובלין, The Seer of Lublin), the prominent Billiczer Rabbinical family of Szerencs, Hungary and the Dym family of Rabbis and communal leaders in Galicia

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Rav Daniel – Maharal of Prague’s Netivot Olams

Judah 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.

Rabbi Loew is buried at the Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague in Josefov, where his grave and intact tombstone can still be visited. His descendants’ surnames include Loewy, Loeb, Lowy, Oppenheimer, Pfaelzer, Lowenstein and Keim.,,,From Wikipedia

 

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Honey Cake Recipe – Medovník – Czech Cookbook

14.03.2014
Ingredients: http://www.czechcookbook.com/?p=706
I don’t know anybody who doesn’t love honey cake 😀 Now you can make it on your own. Beware: Highly addictive. 😀
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Yemenite Jews

From Wikipedia,

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Yemen jews in Jerusalem in the end of the 19th century

Yemenite Jews (Hebrew: יהודי תימן, תימנים Yehudei teiman, teimanim or יהודי תימן Yehudei teiman, Arabic: اليهود اليمنيين‎). are those Jews who live, or lived, in Yemen. The term may also refer, inaccurately, to the descendants of the Yemenite Jewish community. Between June 1949 and September 1950, the overwhelming majority of Yemen’s Jewish population was transported to Israel in Operation Magic Carpet. Most Yemenite Jews now live in Israel, with some others in the United States and fewer elsewhere. Only a handful remain in Yemen, mostly elderly.

Yemenite Jews have a unique religious tradition that marks them out as separate from Ashkenazi, Sephardi and other Jewish groups. Yemeni Jews are generally described as belonging to “Mizrahi Jews”, though they differ from the general trend of Mizrahi groups historically which have undergone a process of total or partial assimilation to Sephardic culture andliturgy. (While the Shami sub-group of Yemenite Jews did adopt a Sephardic-influenced rite, this was in no small part due to it essentially being forced upon them[2] and did not reflect a demographic or cultural shift).

There are numerous accounts and legends concerning the arrival of Jews in various regions in Southern Arabia. One legend suggests that King Solomon sent Jewish merchant marines to Yemen to prospect for gold and silver with which to adorn the Templein Jerusalem[3] In 1881, the French vice consulate in Yemen wrote to the leaders of the Alliance in France, that he read a book by the Arab historian Abu-Alfada, which stated that the Jews of Yemen settled in the area in 1451 BCE.[4] Another legend says that Yemeni tribes converted to Judaism after the Queen of Sheba’s visit to king Solomon.[5] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,    From Wikipedia,

 

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Essence Yéménite – Marie Trezanini

Ofra Haza singing and dancing a typical yemenite song

NOUVEL ALBUM DE LA CHANTEUSE YEMENITE

Israeli singer-songwriter Noa (Achinoam Nini)

Yemeni Jewish اجمل اغاني يهوديه من التراث اليمني

שירת תימן Yemeni jews musical tradition

Teman – The Music of jews from Yemen Part 1

Teman – The Music of jews from Yemen Part 2

musique juive

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mix yemen jewish

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Jews Come Home from Yemen

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Very cool Yemenite dances at a wedding ריקודים תימניים בחתונה

Great Yemenite Step at Jewish wedding of Ron Hadad from Rosh HaAyin

Yemeni Jewish Dance

Jewish Yemenite Wedding Dance

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Inbal Dance Theatre of Israel – Yemenite dance (Israel, 1969)

Hilarious Yemeni-Israeli Show (In Hebrew, English & Arabic Subtitles)

Israeli folklore group of Tel Aviv – Yemenite dance (live in France, 1960)

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Yemenite Jews

History of the Yemenite Jews

20.12.2010
A brief reflection on the rich and rarely discussed history of the Jews of Yemen, the oldest Jewish community in exile, the majority of which had been transferred to Israel during its first years of existence as a State, 1949-1951.
The remnants of both culture and history stayed in Yemen, together with a small number of Jewish brothers and sisters, following the ancient tradition. The numbers of the unique community is constantly diminishing, its decline being caused by continuing threats from radical Islamic associations and the emigration to the U.S.

The Last jews of Yemen

Yemenite Jews flown to Israel 21.06.09

jews and arabs in Yemen- 1937

נדיר | יהודי צנעא תימן בסרט משנת 1929 תיעוד נדיר ומרגש

28.06.2013
תיעוד וידאו נדיר ומרגש של יהודי צנעא בתימן בשנת 1929, הסרט מתעד את רובע היהודים, את האנשים ברחובות המורי עם התלמידים בשעת לימוד,אחד מבתי הכנסת בשעת תפילה וכמה בעלי מקצוע.
מי שמזהה את המצולמים בבקשה שישלח לי למייל את המידע.

בקיץ 1929, הגיע המשלחת הסובייטית הקולנועית לנמל הראשי של ממלכת תימן נמל חודידה, הם נדדו ברחבי תימן ותיעדו את החיים בה, במהלך הביקור הגיעו לצנעא ותיעדו בקצרה (לצערי) את יהודי צנעא

הרגישו בנוח להירשם לערוץ שלי על מנת להישאר מעודכנים כאשר יש סרטונים חדשים,ויהיו.

יהודי תימן בירושלים שנת 1940

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אמנון יצחק

From Wikipedia

קובץ:Israel Elections 2012 KochL1.jpgהרב אמנון יצחק (נולד ב-8 בנובמבר 1953, א’ בכסלו ה’תשי”ד) הוא מהבולטים בין המחזירים בתשובה בישראל, חוזר בתשובה בעצמו, ראש ארגון “שופר” הפועל להחזרה בתשובה בישראל ובריכוזי יהודים נוספים בעולם.

נולד ברמלה לזכריה ורומיה יצחק, יוצאי תימן וגדל בשכונת כרם התימנים בתל אביב. הוא למד בבית הספר הממלכתי תל נורדאו בעיר ובתיכון הולץ במגמת אלקטרוניקה. לדבריו, משפחתו הייתה מסורתית והוא התרחק מהמסורת בנעוריו והיה לחילוני. את שירותו בצה”ל עשה בחיל התותחנים‏[1]. בזמן שבין שחרורו מהצבא לחזרתו בתשובה, ניהל עסק למכירת מוצרי אלקטרוניקה במרכז תל אביב‏[2]. כשהיה בן 24, חזר בתשובה.

לאחר הכישלון בבחירות לכנסת התשע עשרה של מפלגת כח להשפיע שהקים, החליט הרב להקים קהילה בשם “פז”‏[3]. בפברואר 2013 נפתח כולל אברכים בבית שמש בנשיאותו‏[4]. בתחילת ה’תשע”ד הוקם בבני ברק בית כנסת של הקהילה.

הרב יצחק היה תלמידו של הרב יהודה שפירא‏[5]. הוא נשוי ואב לשמונה, ומתגורר בשכונת נוה אחיעזר בבני ברק.

פעילותו להחזרה בתשובה ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 

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הרב עזרי ערקי – כתר מלכות בנוסח תימן

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The wonders of the Ethiopian cuisine: all the spices, the aroma and flavors, moves from your home kitchen to the screen. soon in I.E.T.V – Television channel of the Ethiopian community in Israel

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Kessim (Ethiopian Jewish Spiritual Leaders) Pray for Peace in the Family

At the summer 2008 national conference “No to Violence, Yes to Peace” organized by Yachdav (Together) the Shatil-led Ethiopian Women’s Coalition to Address Domestic Violence, a group of kessim chanted the special prayer they had composed at the Coalition’s behest in Gez, the liturgical language of Ethiopian Jews. To receive a copy of the prayer in Hebrew and Ge’ez, email ayalah@shatil.nif.org.il
במסגרת כנס “לא לאלימות, כן לשלום”, שאורגן ע”י יחדיו (קואליציית נשים אתיופיות ישראליות המונהגת ע”י שתי”ל) בקיץ 2008, קבוצת קייסים נשאו תפילה מיוחדת אותה חיברו לבקשת יחדיו. התפילה בשפת הגאז, שפת הפיוט של יהודי אתיופיה.
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Ethiopian Jews in Israel

From Wikipedia,

PRIME MINISTER SHIMON PERES DELIVERING A SPEECH IN FRONT OF ETHIOPIAN IMMIGRANTS, DEMONSTRATING IN FRONT OF THE CHIEF RABBINITE IN JERUSALEM. ראש הממשלה, שמעון פרס, נואם בהפגנת האתיופים כנגד סירוב הרבנים להכירם כיהודים Photograph, HARNIK NATI: GPO, 10/02/1985

 

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Ethiopian Jews in Israel refers to the immigrants and descendants of the immigrants of the Beta Israel communities of Ethiopia, who now reside in Israel.[2][3][4]

Most of the community made aliyah from Ethiopia to Israel in two waves of mass immigration assisted by the Israeli government:Operation Moses (1984) and Operation Solomon (1991).[5][6]Today Israel is home to the largest Beta Israel community in the world with about 125,500 citizens of Ethiopian descent in 2011,[1] who are mainly assembled in the smaller urban areas of central Israel.[7]

First wave (1934-1960)

The first Ethiopian Jews who settled in Palestine in the modern times came in 1934 along with the Yemenite Jews from Italian Eritrea.

Second wave: (1961–1975)

Between the years 1963 and 1975 a relatively small group of Beta Israel emigrated to Israel. The Beta Israel immigrants in that period were mainly very few men who have studied and came to Israel on a tourist visa and then remained in the country illegally.

Several of their supporters in Israel, who recognized their “Jewishness” decided to assist them. These supporters began organizing in associations, among others under the direction of Ovadia Hazzi, an Eritrean born Yemeni Jew and former sergeant in the Israeli army. Several of those illegal immigrants managed to get a regularization with the Israeli authorities through the assistance of these support associations. Some agreed to “convert” to Judaism, which helped them regulated their personal status and remain in Israel. People who get their regularization often brought their families to Israel as well.

In 1973, Ovadia Hazzi officially raised the question of the “Jewishness” of the Beta Israel to the Israeli Sephardi Rabbi Ovadia Yosef. The rabbi, who cited a rabbinic ruling from the 16th century David ben Solomon ibn Abi Zimra and asserted that the Beta Israel are descended from the lost tribe of Dan, and eventually acknowledged their “Jewishness” in February 1973. This ruling was initially rejected by the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren, who eventually changed his opinion on the matter in 1974.

In April 1975, the Israeli government of Yitzhak Rabin officially accepted the Beta Israel as Jews, for the purpose of the Law of Return (An Israeli act which grants all the Jews in the world the right to immigrate to Israel),,,,,,,,,,,,, .From Wikipedia

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IETV הנו ערוץ הטלוויזיה של הקהילה האתיופית בישראל, אשר נותן ביטוי לתרבות, למסורת ולאורח החיים של הקהילה בארץ. הערוץ משדר 24 שעות ביממה- רצועת חדשות שבועית ועדכונים מהשטח על המתרחש בקהילה, הפקות מקור: תכניות אולפן העוסקות באקטואליה,חברה,אמנות, חינוך, תעסוקה, בריאות ואורח חיים.
IETV is a television channel of the Ethiopian community in Israel, which is an expression of culture, tradition and way of life in the Israe community . The channel broadcasts 24 hours a day – among the origin productions: news and updates from the field on community,

Israel’s Ethiopian Jewish Immigration

Support for Ethiopian Jewish soldiers

Ethiopian Jews blame Israeli racism for discrimination and price tag graffiti in Kiryat Malakhi

Ethiopians stage protest in Jerusalem against racism at Knesset and Zion Square, Tzipi Livni speaks

‘Ethiopian price tag’ attacks outrage Israel’s Ethiopian Jews in Kiryat Malakhi – Racism condemned

Leading Israeli jewelry magnates help country’s fast-growing Ethiopian-Israeli community

Israel Allows More Ethiopian Migrants: Monthly Immigration for Falash Mura Ethiopian Jews now 250

Ethiopian composer Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou receives Israeli tribute with Jerusalem concert

Ethiopian Troops Drive Out al-Shabaab: Terror Group Linked to al-Qaeda Leaves Baidoa in Somalia

Jerusalem Marathon: Ethiopian takes first place as 20,000 run through ancient Holy City

Falash Mura Ethiopians repatriated to Israel

Obama’s Jerusalem date with Miss Israel: Ethiopian-Israeli added to gala dinner guest list

Leading Israeli jewelry magnates help country’s fast-growing Ethiopian-Israeli community

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חתונה,חתונה אתיופית, אמהרית, אמהרית לאירועים, DJ אמהרית, מוסיקה אתיופית לאירועים,

Ethiopian and Moroccan jewish wedding in Israel

09.10.2014
Ethiopian and Moroccan wedding in Achuzat-Gan at Kibbutz Naan in Israel on 7-10-2014
Great wedding

החלפת מוסיקה לקליפ “תרבות יהודי אתיופיה” בעין המצלמה

Ethiopian Ashkenazi Wedding Israel – HD 2012

חתונה בעדה האתיופית,חתונה אתיופית, , אמהרית לאירועים, DJ אמהרית, מוסיקה אתיופית לאירועים

01.03.2014

Ethiopian Ashkenazi Wedding Israel – HD 2012

08.12.2012
Short clip of our Jewish Ethiopian/English/Israeli wedding in Israel – Sharon & Steven
This is the Kaba ceremony.

Ethiopian band on jewish wedding in Israel – part 1 of 2

09.10.2014
Ethiopian band on a wedding in Achuzat-Gan at Kibbutz Naan in Israel on 7-10-2014
Good wedding and good show.

Ethiopian band on jewish wedding in Israel – part 2 of 2

09.10.2014
Ethiopian band on a wedding in Achuzat-Gan at Kibbutz Naan in Israel on 7-10-2014
Good wedding and good show.

Artist Etsehiwot Wedding Ethiopian wedding dance

01.11.2014
Artist Etsehiwot Wedding Ethiopian wedding dance

מוסיקה אתיופית

שבתה -AFRO JEWISH JAZZ “shabate / “music

14.03.2012
A fascinating edgy fusion of Ethiopian Jazz-Afro Rhythm Grooves with traditional Jewish soul.

Shabate is one of the most extraordinary statements of contemporary music scene of Israel.
This extraordinary musical gathering result in an ecstatic Jewish roots music experience. Selecting texts from the Bible sung in Amharic and Hebrew, combined with the personal journey of these great individual musicians, makes the sound of Shabate so unique and uplifting

http://www.shabatemusic.com :website
email: shabatemusic@gmail.com

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Israel Celebrates Ethiopian Jewish Holiday

18.11.2009
For 1500 years, Beta Israel held onto their Jewish traditions in Ethiopia, praying on the Sigd holiday to one day return to Jerusalem. This year, Israel celebrates with them. By Sara Sorcher

Ethiopian Jews davening in Safed Israel

30.05.2007
New Ethiopian Jewish Olem davening the Shema at the Beirav Syanagogue in Safed Israel

יוצאות אתיופיה בנשמת Ethiopian Israelis in Nishmat

29.06.2010
תכנית לבנות יוצאות אתיופיה בנשמת.
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‘מראה’ סרטו של יהודה וובאייה

29.11.2010
הסרט “מראה” הוצג ע”י חניכי פנימיית ימין אורד והופק ע”י ירדן גת הפקות.

 

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Enquête: la délicate intégration de la communauté juive éthi

08.07.2008
Depuis la célèbre “opération Moïse” menée dans les années 80, près de 110.000 “Falashas” sont venus s’installer en Israël. Mais “l’alya” n’est pas tout et l’intégration de ces juifs éthiopiens se confronte à de nombreuses difficultés sociales et culturelles. Infolive.tv est allé à la rencontre de cette communauté si particulière pour tenter de mieux comprendre sa situation. 08/07/08

Juive éthiopienne et ambassadrice à Addis-Abeba

L’exode des juifs d’Ethiopie

Israël: les Ethiopiens face au racisme

Shimon Peres agit pour les Ethiopiens

Ethiopie (ETH-17) Falashas d’Ethiopie

PREMIERS PAS EN ISRAEL

Enquête: la délicate intégration de la communauté juive éthi

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Operation Salomon – Die Evakuierung äthiopischer Juden 1991 (Vollversion)

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Jewish Community in Gondar, Ethiopia

25.10.2009
Picture and videos of the struggles and hardships of the vibrant Jewish community in Gondar.

עלייה של יהודי אתיופיה

העלייה הגדולה

Black Jews in Ethiopia PART 1.wmv

06.12.2011
Black Jews in Ethiopia

Black Jews in Ethiopia PART 2.wmv

 

An Ethiopian Jew Story

22.02.2014
The Ethhiopian Jews (Israelites) have been following the Torah for thousands of years and their country was never colonized by a European power, so how do you explain their knowledge of the Bible?

Ethiopia’s Jewish community divided

24.04.2014
As Jewish people around the world marked the festival of Passover, thousands of Jews living in northern Ethiopia, did not have much to celebrate.

Many have been left disappointed by an Israeli government decision to end a 30-year-old programme that saw tens thousands of Ethiopian Jews airlifted to the Holy Land.

And many families are grappling with being separated from their loved ones, as Focus on Africa’s Emmanuel Igunza found out in the north-western city of Gondar.

The Ethiopian Jewish Community of Israel, “From Tesfa to Tikva, From Hope to Hope”

30.12.2011
I have been documenting this burgeoning community for 20 years. There are now over 125,000 Ethiopian Jews in Israel. This community is now over 30 years old, with early arrivals coming to Israel in the late ’60’s. This multimedia video was produced by The Jewish Daily Forward for their web site viewing. 2011

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Falashas village (Wolleka – Ethiopia)

23.01.2011
Wolleka is the main centre of the Beta Israel – Ethiopian Jews. Although its population has declined, it is still known for its synagogue and for pottery. This may be same village of the Bet Israel that Samuel Gobat visited in 1830; although he does not name the village, from his account the village he visited was clearly close enough to Gondar for him to travel there, speak to several of its inhabitants, then return to Gondar all in the same day.

Ethiopian Jewish Miss Israel Titi Aynaw (Ethiopian Jews Israeli Beta Israel)

17.10.2013
Beautiful Ethiopian Jewish Miss Israel Titi Aynaw 2013, talks about her experience and how Jews were being persecuted in Ethiopia. Also video show her with the rest of the team on tv

(גלות של יהודי אתיופיה ביתא ישראל ) Falasha-Exile of the Black Jews

08.05.2013
הסיפור האמיתי על עליית יהודי אתיופיה הידועים בשם “ביתא ישראל” ובשם הגנאי שהנוצרים כינו אותם פלאשים (“זרים”) יהודי אתיופיה חייו בבידוד במשך מאות שנים, התפללו ושמרו על דתם בצורה עתיקה, טרום התלמוד של היהדות.
במאה השבע עשרה, תרבות המשגשגת הזו נשלטת על ידי שבטים שכנים שהביאה שנים של רדיפות ואפליה. בשנת 1980 התנאים החמירו, גל חדש של אלימות איימו על פלאשים שנותרו. הסבל שעברו מאות שנים של התעללות בידיהם של אזרחים אתיופיים שמסרבים לקבל את קבוצת המיעוט, כחלק מהתרבות שלהם, מה שמובילים למריבות אינסופיות, וקונפליקטים יומיומיים.
הסרט התיעודי חושף את השתלשלות האירועים ועמדתם של מנהיגי מדינת ישראל. סרט זה היווה חלק נכבד בפעילויות האינטנסיביות של AAEJ לגיוס מדינת ישראל לטובת העלייה והצלת השוהים בסודן. הסרט מתמצת את סיפורם של יהודי אתיופיה ומציג את המהלכים הפוליטיים אשר גרמו לממשלת ישראל, בסופו של דבר, לאפשר ליהודי אתיופיה להגיע לישראל. הסרט חשף לעיני יהדות התפוצות, עליה נסמכת ישראל, את מדיניותה של מדינת ישראל נגד העלייה של הפלאשים לישראל, כמו גם לא מעט גופים רשמיים בעולם היהודי.

לאחר הקרנתו הראשונית בישראל, צונזר סרט זה ונאסר להקרנה בארץ.
הסרט הוא מ-1983 בבימויו של שמחה יעקובוביץ’. (הסרט שוחרר רק ב-2004)

THE ETHIOPIAN JEWEL: Yityish Aynaw – From Orphan To Israeli Beauty Queen!

17.06.2013
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“I want to give my kids the experience I never had. That is my great dream.” – Yityish Aynaw, Miss Israel.

 

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מפגש רביעי – אתיופיה

16.11.2010
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מוזיקה והגירה * מוזיקה וקהילה
מפגש רביעי – אתיופיה

טקס חנוכת “בית הידידות” בנתניה, מרכז מורשת חברתי תרבותי לעולי אתיופיה

09.06.2013
במסגרת הפעילות העירונית לתושבי נתניה ולסיוע בשילוב בני הקהילה האתיופית, הושלמה בנייתו של “בית הידידות” — מרכז מורשת חברתי-תרבותי שנועד לגשר בין הדור המבוגר ובין המסורת והשורשים של עולי אתיופיה לבין הדור הצעיר, שגדל בישראל, ובנתניה.

ראיון מיוחד עם חבר הכנסת שמעון סולומון לערוץ הישראלי אתיופי I.E.T.V

10.06.2013
ראיון מקיף עם חבר הכנסת שמעון סולומון מסיעת “יש עתיד”: על התכנית הכלכלית של שר האוצר, יאיר לפיד, וההשפעה שיש לה על בני הקהילה האתיופית, על הבחירות המקומיות שבפתח, על הגזענות הגואה ועוד.

Ethiopian Heritage in Eilat – ערב תרבות עולי אתיופיה באילת

19.03.2013
חברי מרכז החוויה האתנית באילת יצרו אירוע תרבות מקורי המבוסס על מורשת יהודים עולי אתיופיה. הערב כלל שילוב של ריקוד אותנטי ומחול קבוצה, סיפורים וחוויית טעמים מהמטבח האתיופי המסורתי.
בתוכן האמנותי הופיעה להקת אביב יוסף (אביב יוסף רקדנית, דג’ן מנצ’לוט נגינה ושירה, אלון רם קלידים)
האירוע הופק ע”י מתנ”ס יעלים המארח את מרכז החוויה האתנית והפעילים שלו.

The Spielberg Jewish Film Archive – Ethiopian Exodus

18.06.2014
Ethiopian Exodus
Operation Moses: the covert immigration and absorption of Ethiopian Jews (Beta Israel) via Sudan in 1984

ethio-israel:habtamu truneh (ygebal mastawes) לזכר נספי סודן

07.05.2013
לזכר יהודי אתיופיה שנספו דרך סודן.

Memory of Ethiopian Jews who perished through Sudan

The Jewish Kingdom of Kush: Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jewish) history- Documentary

20.04.2013
An ancient Jewish ( Beta Israel / Falasha ) kingdom flourished in the land of Kush ( Nubia / ancient Ethiopia ), in what is today Sudan. In the 9th/10th century the kingdom expanded into Axum. The kingdom was the homeland of historical figures Eldad Ha Dani and Queen Yodit. No archeological work has been done for this kingdom. Research shows that the kingdom should be located in eastern Sudan’s border area. No documentary work was done on this subject before.

TUTSI PEOPLE OF ISRAEL. JEWS OF KUSH IN AFRICA (Part 1)

27.09.2011
The term “TUTSI” derives from the Hebrew verb תֵצֵא (TETSE = those who “WILL GO FORTH”). Hence, most of the leitmotives in the Tutsi piyyutim as performed here with the majestic harp of David and the flute of Shavouot, say: “NZOGENDA” (“I shall go…”). That is the CODE for the NOMADIC life of the Batutsi Jewish shepherds, who shaped the jewish civilization which has been the landmark of the BTA (“Biblical Triangle of Africa”) for thousands years.

Falasha! The Saga of Ethiopian Jewry Part 1

Falasha! The Saga of Ethiopian Jewry Part 2

24.08.2011
Part 2 of my documentary about the history of Ethiopian Jews through the 1980’s. Never before seen footage of Ethiopian Jews before and after their evacuation to Israel. A fascinating tale about a mysterious and unique people.

 

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The wonders of the Ethiopian cuisine

10.06.2013
The wonders of the Ethiopian cuisine: all the spices, the aroma and flavors, moves from your home kitchen to the screen. soon in I.E.T.V – Television channel of the Ethiopian community in Israel.

The Wonders of the Ethiopian Cuisine

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Bukharan Jews, also Bukharian Jews or Bukhari Jews, (Persian: یهودی بخاراییYahūde-ye Bukhārāī ; Russian: Бухарские евреиBukharskie evrei ; Hebrew: בוכריםBukharim ; Tajik and Bukhori Cyrillic: яҳудиёни бухороӣ[citation needed] Yahudiyoni bukhoroī(Bukharan Jews) or яҳудиёни Бухоро[citation needed] Yahudiyoni Bukhoro (Jews of Bukhara), Bukhori Hebrew Script: יהודיאני בוכאראי and יהודיאני בוכארי), also called the Binai Israel,[1] are Jews from Central Asia who historically spoke Bukhori, a dialect of the Tajik-Persian language. Their name comes from the former Central Asian Emirate of Bukhara, which once had a sizable Jewish community. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the great majority have emigrated to Israel or to the United States (especiallyForest Hills, New York), while others have emigrated to Europe or Australia.[2] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

According to some ancient texts, there were Israelites that began traveling to Central Asia to work as traders during the reign of King David of Jerusalem as far back as the 10th century B.C.E.[3] When Persian King Cyrus conquered Babylon, he encouraged the Jews he liberated to settle in his empire, which included areas of Central Asia. In the Middle Ages, the largest Jewish settlement in Central Asia was in the Emirate of Bukhara.  From Wikipedia,

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Mr. Lev Leviev’s speech at the Jewish Institute of Queens

Mr. Lev Leviev, President of the World Bukharian Jewish Congress, gave a speech at his school, the Gymnasia. Mr. Leviev’s visit took place just days before the school’s first senior class graduation ceremony. Most of the graduates arrived at the school as young children, and today they are going to Queens College, Long Island University, John Jay and other respected colleges.

The Jewish World: Uzbekistan

13.01.2014
The Jewish population of Uzbekistan, home to two distinct communities- the old Bukharan Jewish community and the European-in-origin Ashkenazi community- nearly tripled between 1926 and 1970, reaching almost 104,000 in 1970. In the course of the last two decades over ninety percent of Uzbekistan’s Jewish population left the country. “One might think that they are all gone and then they show up out of nowhere,” says Rimma Golovina of the Tashkent Jewish Community. “The Jewish World: Uzbekistan” is here.

Bukharan Jews

Lev Leviev

From Wikipedia

לב לבייב.JPGLev Avnerovich Leviev (born July 30, 1956) is an Uzbek-born Israeli[3] businessman, philanthropist and investor, of Bukhari Jewishbackground. With a net worth of roughly $1.5 billion in March 2013,[2] he has been a major philanthropist for Hasidic Jewish causes in Eastern Europe and Israel.[4] Beginning in the 1990s, Leviev avoided being directly involved with the Yeltsin family, and nurtured ties with Vladimir Putin.[5][6] His diamond mining investments in Angola and his investments in Israeli settlements have been the target of protests.[7] A prominent member of the Bukhari Jewish community, he is president of the World Congress of Bukharian Jews.  From Wikipedia

Leviev was born in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR in 1956, and today lives in London and Israel. His parents, Avner and Chana Leviev, were prominent members of the Bukharian Jewish community, and Leviev is a practicing Orthodox Jew. He is a supporter of the ChabadHassidic movement although he is a Mizrahi Jew, brought up in the Sephardic liturgy. In 1971, when he was fifteen, his familyemigrated from Uzbekistan to Israel. Shortly afterwards, Leviev began to work as an apprentice in a diamond polishing plant, learning the 11 steps of the diamond cutting process. After serving in the Israel Defense Forces, he established his own diamond polishing plant.  From Wikipedia

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Rabbi Mordechai Rachminov Singing in Bukharian

שמעון פולטוב

פריים ליין סרטים

חתונה בוכרית-גולגול-Bukharian weddin -бухарские Свадебный

חתונה בוכרית-שירים בבוכרית-ריקודים- Bukchara wedding- song- бухарские Свадебный

Mix – חתונה בוכרית-גולגול-Bukharian weddin -буха ,,,,,

יהודי בוכרה
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JCCA’s Bukharian Teen Lounge Fundraising – March 6, 2013

Popular Shashmaqam & Bukharan Jews videos

צחוק מעבודה – שחר חסון – תימני מבקר בבית בוכרי

Boukhara perle de l’orient

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Bukharian Synagogue in Miami Beach

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Popular Bukharan Jews Videos

Moshe Normatov

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Roman Simhaev & Misha Aronbayev – Bukharian Music

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Threads of Silk: The Story of Bukharan Jewry 8.02.2013

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Josef Aharonov Father

08.03.2014

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בית הכנסת בבוכרה – אוזבקיסטן Synagogue in Bukhara – Uzbekistan

יהדות בוכרה למען הפליטים

סרט המתאר את תרומתה של הקהילה הבוכרית בתקופת מלחמת העולם השניה, להצלת מיליוני פליטים יהודים שנמלטו אליה מאימת הקרבות.

Popular Bukharan Jews & Bukhara videos

Bukharian Jewish Cemetery Chigotay in Tashkent, May 2012

21.06.2012
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Бухарско-еврейское кладбище “Чигатай” в г. Ташкенте
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יהדות בבוכרה

בית הקברות היהודי בסמרקנד Jewish cemetery in Samarkand Uzbekistan

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”Shalom Bait” Lecture by Rabbi Hillel Khaimov Part 2, March 2013

 Rabbi Itzhak Yehoshua

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Печем лепешки дома. Видео рецепт. Нони тоҷикӣ نان تاجیکی לחם בוכרי בבית

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Eliezer Papo (Jewish Historical Seminars, Morocco 2014) Introduction to the History of Moroccan Jews

Avi Peretz singing at Moroccan Jewish Henna Wedding by Alibaba Events

Avi Peretz Ahlan wa sahlan live at this Moroccan Jewish Henna Wedding

Culture Vultures / Morocco Exchange/ Pepperdine University- Jewish influence on the artisan craft

Mazal Parissis on Moroccan Jews and Sephardi Culture

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חיים לוק חלק 1 קונצרט במרוקו בלעדי לפורטל חזנות ופיוט

ANA MANI FYACH version Rav HAIM LOOK et ABDERAHIM SOUIRI

Anna Lladi – انا الذي ما لي سنيد – אנא לאדי

An extraordinary performance of compositions and new arrangements to Traditional Jewish sacred music and songs based on the Andalucía and Middle Eastern Music

FRENCH:

Une extraordinaire interprétation avec de nouveaux arrangements des plus beaux chants traditionnels juifs et de la tradition musicale arabo-andalouse.

Vocal / chant:

Rabbi Haim Louk & the Piyut Choir by the Ben-ZVi Institute
Rabbi Haim Louk & Le chœur Piyyut de l’institut Ben-Zvi

Musicians / Musiciens :

Omer Avital (Double Bass / Double basse ) — Greg Tardy (Saxophone / Saxophone ) — Daniel Zamir (Saxophone / Saxophone ) — David Menahem (Nay, Arab flute / Ney flûte arabe ) — Itamar Borokhov (Trumpet / Trompette) — Elad Levy (Qamanja Moroccan violin /(Kamanja , Violon arabe ) — Armond Sabah (Oud Accordion Mandolin / Oud, Accordéon, Mandoline ) — Elad Gabbay (Qanun / Quanun) — Yaniv Raba (Oud / Oud, luth arabe) — Itamar Shahar (Nay, Turkish flute / Ney, flûte turque ) — Keren Tenenbaum (Violin / Violon ) — Avner Klemer (Violin / Violon ) — Galya Hay (Viola / Alto ) — Hila Epstein (Cello / Violoncelle) — Yohay Cohen (Percussions / percussions ) — Yair Harel (Percussions / percussions ) — Yoram Azoulay (Tar / Bendir )

Music Arrangement / Musique Arrangement:
Omer Avital

Artist Director / Directeur Artistique:
Yair Harel, Omer Avital

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Musique Andalouse Haim Louk

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Festival Sefarad – Montreal, November 2011

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A film from David Szerman.
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JACOB WIZMAN – Synaguogue Benarosh . Casablanca Avril 2013

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Jacob Wizman.
en premiere partie lors de la soirée organisée par Vanessa Paloma en l’honneur des ambasssadeurs Sylvia et Sam Kaplan.

Piyutim פיוטים מרוקאים – Jewish Moroccan Wedding Songs חתונה מרוקאית – Yaakov Barchichat s”t

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צור שהחייני – ר’ חיים לוק Moroccan song with R. haim Louk أيلي حياني

אמיל זריהן – פיוטים ליום כיפור

 

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Racines Judeo Marocaines

Racines Judeo Marocaines
Cultures, musiques et danses dans la societe marocaine par Izza Genini
Traverse par les courant berbere, andalou, noir africain, juif et musulman, le Maroc exprime son art de vivre et ses musiques, sa personnalite exemplaire. La collection de films MAROC CORPS et AME en est le temoignage unique.

Les juifs du maroc, The Jews of Morocco, De Joden van Marokko, اليهود المغاربة

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Les juifs du maroc, The Jews of Morocco, De Joden van Marokko, اليهود المغاربة

The Moroccan Jews Heritage

http://www.atlanticonnection.com presents Old pictures of the Moroccan Jews, wedding celebrations and daily life, Morocco has always a multicultural country that respects all religions and all races

A Muslim’s Memory of Moroccan Jews

“A Muslim’s Memory of Moroccan Jews” by Youness Abeddour and Afaf Lahbabi. A lot of thanks to the lady who was willing to share her memories of the Jews in Fez. This is only a small section from the whole documentary. Keep watchin

Moroccan Jewish music موسيقى يهود المغرب מרוקו מוסיקה יהודית part 2

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Moroccan Jewry juif du maroc فيديو نادر عن هجرة اليهود المغاربة من الارشيف

17.10.2013
L’histoire des juifs au Maroc est très ancienne et fut nourrie par diverses vagues de réfugiés à la suite des vicissitudes et persécutions dont ont été victimes les Juifs au cours de l’histoire.

La présence juive au Maroc est attestée dès le IIe siècle av. J.-C. notamment à Volubilis à l’époque romaine et y reste présente jusqu’au VIIe siècle après J-C, renforcée par l’arrivée de migrants Juifs d’Espagne qui fuient les persécutions wisigothes suivant le VIIe siècle. Avec l’arrivée de l’Islam, la population juive passe sous la domination musulmane et obtient le statut de dhimmis. La population juive dite Tochavim du Maroc connait des variations démographiques et politiques jusqu’à être renforcée à nouveau par l’arrivée de migrants Juifs de la de la péninsule ibérique forcés de quitter les royaumes d’Espagne et du Portugal durant la Reconquista, ce sont les Megorachim.

Si la communauté juive s’est trouvée forte de plusieurs centaines de milliers d’individus jusqu’au XXe siècle, elle s’y est réduite pour compter actuellement entre 3 000 et 7 000 membres1, selon les sources. Les différentes communautés juives d’origine marocaine comptent désormais plus d’un million de membres à travers le monde.
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Israël familles juives regrettent le Maroc

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Jewish Community in Morocco

Journalist Yehuda Ceitlin travles to Casablanca to find a shirinking Jewish Community in Morocco. It’s remaining members have friends and family living abroad, but chooce to coexist with the North African Muslim population. People: Rabbi Sholom Eidelman, Reizel Raskin, Languege: Hebrew, Yiddish

Inside Jewish Morocco

Les Juifs du Maroc Attachement solide aux Racines

La Lutte contre l’antisémitisme .
La communauté juive Marocaine .
Maroc :Temple de Religions Ce site qui est pour la Lutte contre l’antisémitisme ,et pour défendre les intérêts de la communauté Marocaine de confession juive,est dédié au Roi du Maroc SM Mohamed 6 ,qui a tout fait pour encourager le dialogue des cultures et civilisations et faire régner la paix entre les descendants d’Abraham : Juifs, Chrétiens et Musulmans,et défendre les intérêts de la communauté juive Marocaine. http://www.maisonblanche.canalblog.com
signé:Moulay Abdellah BOUSKRAOUI

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les juifs marocains qui sont partis en Israel ont toujours la nostalgie du Maroc et garde leur culture et us.

Living Moroccan in Jerusalem

Reuven Aberjel, one of the founders of the Black Panthers of Israel, takes us on a tour of the Moroccan neighbourhood of Jerusalem.

Aberjel points out the houses where Palestinians were evicted now inhabited by Arab Jews and some European Jews. He talks about the history of the Black Panthers in Israel and comments on the injustice of the occupation, the complicity of Arab countries, and his opinions on interests of Zionism and its elites.

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R. Shalom Messas Prays ‘Arvit – רבי שלום משאש מתפלל ערבית
Moroccan Daily Halakha
La Halakha Marocaine Quotidienne
http://www.darkeabotenou.com

Baba Baruch אבוחצירא Shiur on R. David Bouzaglo – בבא ברוך ר דוד בוזגלו

R. Shalom Messas Shiur on R. David Bouzaglo- ר שלום משאש שיעור ר דוד בוזגלו

Moroccan Daily Halakha
La Halakha Marocaine Quotidienne
http://www.darkeabotenou.com

Jewish Moroccan history

Les Juifs du Maroc Attachement solide aux Racines

La Lutte contre l’antisémitisme .
La communauté juive Marocaine .
Maroc :Temple de Religions Ce site qui est pour la Lutte contre l’antisémitisme ,et pour défendre les intérêts de la communauté Marocaine de confession juive,est dédié au Roi du Maroc SM Mohamed 6 ,qui a tout fait pour encourager le dialogue des cultures et civilisations et faire régner la paix entre les descendants d’Abraham : Juifs, Chrétiens et Musulmans,et défendre les intérêts de la communauté juive Marocaine. http://www.maisonblanche.canalblog.com
signé:Moulay Abdellah BOUSKRAOUI

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