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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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La rencontre des deux stars de la musique arabo-andalous, le représentant de la communauté musulmanne du Maroc et le représenant de la communauté juive du maroc

Rabbi Haim Louk & Tom Cohen – Tzur Shehechyani – أيلي حياني – Montreal

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נרדי נתן ריחו – ר’ חיים לוק Haim Louk – Moroccan melody

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רבי דוד בוזגלו

The life of Rabbi David Bouzaglo: King of Pyut, the Hebraic liturgical singing.
A film from David Szerman.
(Film in Hebrew)

ר’ דוד בוזגלו זצ”ל הבדלה למוצ”ש

ר’ דוד בוזגלו זצ”ל חי רם האל

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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

Kdusha – נקדישך / קדושה

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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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

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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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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

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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
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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
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Jewish Moroccan history

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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
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Omer Meir Wellber at the Jewish culture festival in Milan “Jewish and the city”

 13.01.2014

Omer Meir Wellber speaks at the Jewish culture festival in Milan, Italy “Jewish and the city”, September 2013

A Public Lecture by Yoram Bilu: “Moroccan Jews and the Shaping of Israel’s Sacred Geography”

 15.01.2014

Yoram Bilu was Visiting Professor in Israel Studies at the University of Chicago Divinity School in 2012. He served as a professor of psychology and sociology and anthropology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem until his retirement last year. Focusing on Israeli society and Jewish traditional culture, his research interests include the anthropology of religion, culture and mental health, the sanctification of space in Israel, and Maghrebi Jewish culture. Bilu served as the chair of the department of psychology (1992-94) and the head of the Authority for Doctoral Students, both at the Hebrew University, and as the president of the Israeli Anthropological Association (1989-91). He has been a visiting professor at several American universities, including the University of California, San Diego, Brandeis University, and the Jewish Theological Seminary. His most recent book is “The Saints’ Impresarios: Dreamers, Healers, and Holy Men in Israel’s Urban Periphery.”

The Israel Studies visiting professorship is supported by the Israel Studies Project of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago. The project, titled “Culture and Religion in the Twenty-First Century: New Perspectives from Israel,” brings visiting Israeli scholars for individual quarter-long visits over a four-year period.

Jewish & The City 13 Canti sinagogali dello shabbàt

30.09.2013

Festival Jewish & The City 2013. Shabbàt: Spazio al tempo. Milano, Sinagoga Centrale via Guastalla. Rav E. Richetti e rav D. Sciunnach, Canti sinagogali dello shabbàt. Registrazione D. Piazza. (Manca il primo brano di Lekhà Dodì)

UNESCO postpones Jewish exhibition in Paris
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UN’s culture, science and education agency, UNESCO has postponed the plannedJewish exhibition in Paris. “People, Book, Land – The 3,500 Year Relationship of theJewish People to the Holy Land” were expected to start on Tuesday. In response to 
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Our Top Stories this week include the Best Jewish Directors, H. Jon Benjamin, Modern Seinfeld, Nazi space aliens, Drake, and more. By: Daniel Koren Published: January 19th, 2014 in News » World  news, particularly here at Shalom Life. To recap, we 
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Spotlight to shine on Israeli culture
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Organized by the Canada-Israel Cultural Foundation, the exhibits and performances will be held in venues throughout the city, including the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company, the Julie M. Gallery for Contemporary Art, the Koffler Centre of the Arts 
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What’s a Former Christian, Orthodox Woman Doing as Dean of an Israeli University?

by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Malka Schaps, a world-renowned professor of mathematics, is smashing glass ceilings.

Combatting Academic Bigotry against Israel

by Yvette Alt Miller
The best response to anti-Semitism is to deepen your pride in being Jewish.

Not All Dreams Are Created Equal

by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Martin Luther King had a dream. Did his wife and family support it?

Tiger Mom’s Racial Theory

by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
No race has the monopoly on success. But here’s the most important key to raising successful kids.

Four Ways to Be Happier Without Changing Anything (but Your Mind)

by Betty Cherniak
Cynics beware! Following the advice in this article will make you happier.

The Truth about Israel on Al Jazeera

by Tom Gross and Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera Arabic admits that Hezbollah and Syria deliberately target civilians, while Israel and France go to great lengths to prevent civilian casualties.

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My Son’s Different Path

by Heather deSilva
When children choose to become religious, it doesn’t have to cost family harmony.

 

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Videopoem!Posted: 19 Jan 2014 04:00 AM PST

May I kvell? This is so neat.

Writer and filmmaker Othniel Smith has created a videopoem based on one of my poems — combining public domain footage, Peg Duthie‘s audio recording, and my words (“Ethics of the Mothers,” which appears in April Daily.) I put the poem in The Poetry Storehouse, but I hadn’t actually expected anyone to do anything with it. But Peg and Othniel did!

Thank you, Peg and Othniel!

Tu BiShvat and self-care: a mini-d’var-Torah for YitroPosted: 19 Jan 2014 03:00 AM PST

Here’s the very tiny d’var Torah I offered during Shabbat morning services at my shul yesterday. (I kept it brief because I wanted plenty of spacious time for our Tu BiShvat seder after services!) (cross-posted to my From the Rabbi blog.)


In today’s parsha, Yitro, Moses receives some of the best self-care advice in the Torah: you can’t do it all yourself. You will wear yourself out, and then you won’t be able to help those whom you serve.

We’ve all been where Moses was: overworked and stretched too thin.

Self-care matters. If we don’t nourish ourselves, then we can’t do the work we’re here to do in the world. Whether you think of that work as “caring for your family and community,” or “saving the planet,” or “serving God” — we all have work we’re meant to do in this life, and if we don’t take care of ourselves, we can’t do that work.

Today at CBI we’re celebrating Tu BiShvat, the day when — our tradition teaches — the sap rises in the trees for the year to come, nourishing the trees so that in the future they can bear fruit.

We too need to be nourished so that we can bear fruit as the year unfolds. As the trees need rain and snowmelt, we need the living waters of Torah to enliven our souls.

As the trees need fertile soil and good nutrients, so we need to feel ourselves to be firmly planted — and to get all of the physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual nutrients we need in order to grow and to flower.

What nourishment do you most need on this Shabbat?

What would feed you in all four worlds — your body, your heart, your mind, your soul?

What do you need to soak up in order to be able to bring forth the wonders, the ideas, the teachings, the kindnesses, the mitzvot which only you can do?

And how can you take care of yourself, as Yitro instructed Moshe, so that you will be able to open your heart and receive what you need?

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Tu BiShvat in imagesPosted: 18 Jan 2014 03:47 PM PST

Asiyah Yetzi

Fruits with peels / shells, representing assiyah / action; fruits with pits, representing yetzirah / emotion;

Bri Atzi

Fruits edible throughout, representing briyah / thought; etrogcello, representing atzilut / spirit.

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After services and our (slightly belated) Tu BiShvat seder: the trees sleep beneath their light coat of Shvat snow

In My Opinion

At the end of last month I attended an all day conference here in Jerusalem commemorating the one hundredth anniversary of Rabbi Isaac Herzog’s seminal Ph.D. thesis that he submitted to the University of London. The thesis was a scientific, historical and halachic review of the source of the ancient dye used to produce techelet colored wool for the priestly garments and for the tzitzit/fringes of four cornered garments worn regularly by Jews. The conference was attended by a large and diverse audience and the presentations were of high caliber and most interesting and informative. But this article is not so much about techelet, blue dye, indigo or royal purple coloring, as it is about…

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The great eagle of Jewish scholarship is Rabbi Moses Ben Maimon – Torah Scholar, physician, philosopher, teacher and leader of Israel. His life and achievements present us with a fascinating picture of medieval Spain and North Africa. Not to be acquainted with Rambam, precludes understanding the development of halacha and the Jewish people. This fascinating series of lectures on the Rambam, his biography, achievements, family and influence will help illuminate your understanding of our glorious past.
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JEWISH LIFE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Wed. night January 22    The Third Aliyah

February 1      American Jewry Between the Wars

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TORAH, ACADEMIA, ISRAEL –

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Rabbi Berel Wein

Come listen in as Professor Aumann and Rabbi Wein discuss topics relating to their lives, our people and our homeland

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It is well known that there is a difference of opinion as to whether Yitro’s arrival in the camp of Israel in the desert occurred before or after the revelation and granting of the Torah at Mount Sinai. Even if we say that Yitro arrived before the momentous event of Mount Sinai and that the Torah is recording events in a chronological manner, it still is difficult for us to understand. Why is this most important event in Jewish history as outlined for us in the Torah, be preceded by a rather mundane description of Yitro’s arrival and reception in the camp of Israel? Would it not be more effective to highlight the revelation at Sinai immediately at the beginning of the parsha? And…

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Great Non-Jews in Jewish History
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A remarkable part of Jewish survival is the role played by non Jews in the Jewish experience. This series highlights the involvement and contributions of important personalities and illustrates how they colored events in the Jewish world and aided the cause of the Jewish people.

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Educational Insights on Jewish Education
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With his decades of experience in Jewish education, Rabbi Wein presents the perfect mix of textual skills and hashkafa that every school can use. Though each student must be educated according to his way, Rabbi Wein shows us how teachers and parents can engage children of all ages in our classic Jewish texts.
Judaism and the Majority Culture
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Judaism and the Majority Culture
Jews have never been numerous in terms of population. Thus, the Jewish people have always lived apart as a distinct minority in the midst of a greater ‘majority culture.’ This series by Rabbi Berel Wein portrays Jewish answers to the difficulties posed by paganism, Christianity, Islam, the Enlightenment, and secularism and the tribulations created for Jews by those cultures. This series not only tells the story of the Jewish response to these difficulties, but also provides insights and fascinating information about these non-Jewish cultures.
The Legacy
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 Exploring the wisdom of the great sages of Lithuania, The Legacy presents a moral and spiritual vision for the Jewish people. Providing a glimpse into the world of these sages – their own teachers’ rabbis – the authors outline the ideas and deeds, the values and ethics by which Jews should live. This is not a book about what once was: It is a book about what should, and can, be – now and forever in Jewish life.

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Italy Tour 2000
4 Lectures
Throughout the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the modern era, there were flourishing Jewish communities in Italy. Italian Jews had their own unique culture and lifestyle as well as their own customs and individual ritual for prayer and worship. Their synagogues were and are things of beauty, containing many fascinating Jewish artifacts. Travel with Rabbi Berel Wein as he introduces you to the world of Don Isaac Abarbanel, Rabbi Meir of Padua, the contrast of Spanish and Italian Jewry, as well as a Jewish view of the Vatican.

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Touring France 2001
3 Lectures
From the artistic and architectural legacy evident in the city of Paris, to the other cities visited and discussed, which include Troyes (Rashi’s hometown), Strasbourg, Lyon, Avignon, and the Provence area, Rabbi Berel Wein takes you on an exciting adventure. The historic remnants of times past and the old world charm of France comes alive.
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