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Passover – What is behind all the Symbolism?

 13.04.2014

In this Lecture delivered in 2011 Rabbi Elyahu Kin elaborates on the importance of all the symbolism in Jewish tradition. Rabbi Kin also explains the correlation between Tisha b’Av – a day of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and Passover – a time of celebration and hope.

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24Jewish Video, Focus on Jewish Holidays, Pessach, Passover Wonderful Passover Seder, Part 2 , Rabbanim, Jewish Torah Insights , Great Videos Selection . April 11, 2014

The “Fifth Son” – The Rebbe’s Perspective

13.04.2014
There are four sons at the Seder. Traditional wisdom has it that the wicked one is the worst off of them all. But traditional wisdom seems not to be the Rebbe’s approach.

13 Nissan, 5743 – March 27, 1983

From Living Torah Volume 125 Program 501

הרב ישראל מאיר לאו, שבת הגדול / Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, The Great Sabbath

26.03.2012
שבת הגדול

מדוע נקראת השבת שלפני פסח שבת הגדול ולא שבת הגדולה, מה פרוש השם ומה מייחד שבת זו, מדוע בתורה מכונה חג הפסח חג המצות ולעולם לא בשמו המוכר, ואילו בכל הדורות מאז קוראים לחג חג הפסח, כל זאת ועוד מעניני החג בדרכו המיוחדת והמרתקת של הרב לאו.

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סדר פסח ספרדי Passover Seder And the haggadah

05.03.2013

A Passover Seder And the haggadah, How to passover menu? seder meal!
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Hagada Of Pessach Part 3 – Extras (5773) By A Israeli

 02.04.2014

Hagada Of Pessach Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in Likutey Sichos vol 17, 6, 11 and 31.

Hagada Of Pessach Part 2 – Answers (5774) By A Israeli

02.04.2014

Hagada Of Pessach Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Likutey Sichos vol 17 – Pessach 2

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Passover Message – Rabbi Sholom Dovber Lipskar – Pesach

 17.04.2008

Rabbi Sholom Lipskar’s Pesach Message
Sholom Dovber Lipskar is a Chabad rabbi who founded the Landow Yeshiva Center in Miami Beach in 1969, he has served as its principal and dean of its elementary, academy, and high school studies. Rabbi Sholom Lipskar also founded The Shul of Bal Harbour, Aleph Insititute and the Educational Academy for the Elderly in 1981. As The Shul’s head Rabbi he is both the spiritual leader and educational programmer for all ages. Since receiving rabbinical ordination from the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva in Brooklyn in 1968, Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar has worked as an emissary for the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Rabbi Sholom Dovber Lipskar is recognized as an international leader bringing Torah values to people from all walks of life.

Torah Studies – Passover I – “The Freedom of Discontent”

 02.04.2014

Aah, freedom! No work, lying on the beach, mind at rest. We challenge this conventional model of liberty and instead look at Passover, the festival of freedom, to discover that true emancipation is when we remain shackled to our raging minds and restless hearts.

Pesach/Passover Laws and Halacha Pt. 1

29.03.2014
Pesach/Passover Halachah. A practical shiur which assists one to observe Pesach properly. Please subscribe and feel free to leave comments.

Pesach Part 1 – הרב דוד לוי – פסח פרק

30.03.2014

Pesach Part 2 – הרב דוד לוי – פסח פרק

Rabbi Gibber Pesach 5773 Shiur part 1

21.03.2013

Rabbi Gibber Pesach 5773 Shiur part 2

21.03.2013

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CHAG PESSACH SAMEACH! 5774-2014

07.04.2014
HAPPY PASSOVER!

How to Break Down a Chicken

 13.09.2013

Ever wonder how to break down a raw chicken into legs, wings, thighs and breasts? Have you ever wondered why you’re paying more to buy a chicken in parts when you should be able to do it yourself. Well Chef Avi has your answer.

Thanks to the folks at KOL Foods (KOLFoods.com), Avi takes apart a 5 and a half pound Julia Roaster. You’ll get tips, tricks and a few smiles.

LET THEM EAT MATZOH

12.04.2014
Matzoh- an unusual symbol of freedom

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Tzimmes – Jewish carrot dish

15.04.2009
Mr. Hebrew makes Tzimmes. The expression “Dont make tzimmes out of it” (a big deal) isn’t really true when you use Neal’s preparation method.

Wikipedia definition: Tzimmes or tsimmes (Yiddish, Hebrew: צימעס) is a traditional Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat (usually brisket or flanken). The dish is cooked slowly over low heat and flavored with honey and sometimes cinnamon. The variations are endless. The non-meat version tends to be sweeter, along the lines of candied yams.

Tzimmes is often part of the Rosh Hashanah meal, when it is traditional to eat sweet and honey-flavored dishes.

The name may come from the German words zum (for) and essen (eating). Some say the word is a corruption of the word ‘simmer.’ “To make a big tzimmes over something” means to make a big fuss.

jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

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A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
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SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

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High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
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Is it Time to Abandon Kitniyot? 
Rabbi David Bar-Hayim argues it is time for Ashkenazim to abandon the prohibition against Kitnyot. What do you think?

Matza for Passover 2014

Bentleys, Matzos and the Chumra Machine 
Is handmade always better?

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Heritage: Civilization and the Jews (1984) — 5. The Search for Deliverance

27.12.2012

HERITAGE: CIVILIZATION AND THE JEWS (1984) — 5. THE SEARCH FOR DELIVERANCE

with ABBA EBAN

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Winner of the coveted Peabody Award, HERITAGE: CIVILIZATION AND THE JEWS is the monumental nine-part series spanning three millennia of Jewish history and culture. The series is hosted by former Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Abba Eban, who describes it as “a celebration of our common humanistic and moral heritage, explored through the mysteries of preservation, renewal, and resonance of the Jewish people.” From the stony heights of Sinai to the shores of the Dead Sea, from a Greek amphitheater in Delphi to the Forum of ancient Rome, out of the ashes of concentration camps to the rebuilt cities and villages of Israel, “Heritage” brings to life the long and complex history of the Jews and their centuries-old interaction with the rest of Western civilization.

5. THE SEARCH FOR DELIVERANCE (1492 — 1789)
This program picks up the thread of Jewish history as the intellectual awakening of the Renaissance began to alter the attitudes and habits of all people. Such scholars as Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Johanes Kepler, and Galileo began to examine the world around them with new eyes. Abba Eban takes viewers through the narrow alleys of the Venetian ghetto, as he explains the reality of ghetto life. Jewish composers, artists, and poets achieved fame the transcended the ghetto walls. Spanish and Portuguese Jews who had escaped the persecution of the Spanish Inquisition flocked to Amsterdam, known as the “New Jerusalem” where refugees from religious intolerance were welcomed.

Hosted and Narrated by ABBA EBAN
Produced and Directed by EUGENE MARNER
Written by JOHN G. FOX

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TIM JEROME
STEPHEN KEATS
PAMELA NYBERG
MARIAN SELDES
PAUL WALKER

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Film Editor KENNETH E. WERNER
Series Producer JOHN G. FOX
Executive Producers ARNOLD LABATON and MARC SIEGEL

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Jerusalem First Century – Jerusalém Século I

27.04.2008
Video clip on Jerusalem first century model at Israel National Museum in Jerusalem, Israel.

Jewish History Lectures – Winter 2013-14

 

Rabbi Dovid Katz

Rise in immigration to Israel: January witnesses 6% increase in Aliya to Jewish homeland

26.03.2014

Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics shows a 6% increase in immigration to Israel in January, what is referred to here as “Aliya”, Hebrew for ascending to the land of Israel. Strolling the streets of Tel Aviv, we asked Israelis why they felt many Jews from abroad make their way over here

Passover Story

27.03.2009
http://JewishHistory.org The Passover Story. The great holiday of Passover is one of the central days in the Jewish Calendar. The Jewish people came down to Egypt through Joseph. Joseph was at one point the viceroy of Egypt, but after he died, the Jewish people sink into slavery. This slavery was very harsh- both physically and spiritually, yet somehow there is a core of the Jewish people that survives and remains loyal to the ideas of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

Moses is the great redeemer, who was himself raised in the Egyptian court through the Princess having adopted him. Through a series of events involving G-d miracles and plagues, Moses becomes the messenger of freedom- and the Jewish people leave Egypt.

Not all the Jews make it out of Egypt. According to a Midrash, 80% of the Jewish people stayed and died in Egypt. Whatever the Exact numbers, there was still a massive exodus- and the Jewish people (along with some others who left Egypt with them) were freed and begin their wandering in the Desert. Freedom must have a purpose, and the purpose of the Jewish people was to spread the concept of G-d, morality, charity, Monotheism, and goodness throughout the world.

In the Sinai Desert, the Jewish people receive the Torah and become a nation- the beginning of a long journey of spreading light throughout the world. The Passover holiday is re-enacted every year and tells us the value of freedom, purpose, faith, and family.

At Rabbi Wein’s Passover table- there was sometimes a span of over 300 years sitting at the table (the Rabbi’s great-grandfather who witnessed generations before him, and his great grandson who will G-d willing witness generations after him). Going back in History, it would only take 10 more tables like this to connect the Jewish people back to the time of the Exodus. This is an example of how Passover is a family holiday.

By sitting together, we testify to our past, to our commitment to the future, to our faith, to the fact that we are an eternal people. And to the fact that freedom means discipline and purpose- only a person who accepts upon themselves the yoke of Torah and morality is truly free.

The first law of Passover is to give charity to the poor so that they can also have a Seder (Passover meal).

The history and tradition of Passover

14.04.2011
Rabbi Yossi Shemtov of the Chabad House discusses in this edition of FOX Toledo Talk Back about Passover, the most holiest of the Jewish faith holidays, and the history and tradition of the seder.

Talmud Pesachim page 51 Rabbi Weisblum הרב ויסבלום תלמוד פסחים דף נ”א, Passover Pesach Torah reading Shabbat Chol Hamoed Rabbi Weisblum קריאת התורה שבת פסח

21.03.2013
Torah Reading for Passover Pesach Shabbat Col Hamoed by Rabbi Moshe P. Weisblum PhD. Torah reading is slow and clear and accompanied with the text to make it easier to follow the lead of Rabbi Weisblum. Ashkenaz Nigun. קריאת התורה לפסח שבת חול המועד .קריאה איטית ברורה ובהירה. נוסח אשכנז אשכנזי. הטקסט נמצא על המסך ומאפשר לצופה לעקוב אחרי הקריאה. צפייה נעימה!
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Sephardic History Part 1-6

 

28.11.2011

A 6 part introduction to Medieval Jewish History with JTS Professor Benjamin Gampel.

When the Jews Arrived in the Iberian Peninsula.

25th Anniversary Part 6A Rabbi David Nesenoff

13.09.2013

Rabbi Dr. David Nesenoff

 

Aaron Kreisler: Rabbi Cohen of Galveston

27.06.2013

Dr. Aaron Kreisler of Dallas contrasts reform Rabbi Henry Cohen of Galveston with his orthodox counterpart, Rabbi Louis Feigon. Dr. Kreisler grew up in Galveston, where his parents settled after fleeing Poland in the late 1930s. “The Bishop” Kreisler mentions is most likely Father James M. Kirwin.

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This Day in Jewish History || The first synagogue in the U.S. is consecrated in New York City 

Shearith Israel was founded in lower Manhattan more than a century before American independence, and it still exists today.

Bob Dylan – A Tribute To Bob Dylan (Album 1) Full Album

06.08.2013

01. 0:00:00 The Waterboys – Girl From The North Country
02. 0:04:16 Bill Kirchen – Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
03. 0:09:48 Johnny Marr – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
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11. 0:39:36 Mary Lou Lord – You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
12. 0:43:08 Manfred Mann – With God On Our Side
13. 0:47:30 Cassandra Wilson – Shelter From The Storm
14. 0:52:36 The Nice – She Belongs To Me
15. 1:04:19 Paul Weller – I Shall Be Released

 

This Day In Jewish History / In Germany, the start of a wave of massacres
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This Day In Jewish History / In Germany, the start of a wave of massacres … On April 20, 1298, the Jews of Roettingen (today in northern Bavaria) …
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In this case the Jews merely seemed to have gotten caught up in the dynastic swirl that was so much of European History prior to the French …

 

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Luther had a profound effect on Western history in general and Jewish history in particular. His inability to convert the Jews led him down the path of …

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383: The Roman Emperors ended the exemption Jewish religious leaders enjoyed from compulsory public service. “The order which Jewish men …

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This Day in Jewish History / A founding father of economics born in London. David Ricardo became one of Britain’s richest men, thanks to opportune …

This Day, April 17, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

392: The Roman Emperors issued a new law “stating that Jewish leaders … But Chaucer is proof that you do not need Jews to have anti-Semitism.

This day in Jewish history / A pioneer of DNA research dies

This day in Jewish history / A pioneer of DNA research dies. Rosalind Franklin, British physical chemist who helped discover the structure of DNA, died …

This Day, April 14, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

If they had spent more time considering the realities of the situation and less time killing their Jewish“enemies” they might have been able to negotiate …

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1111: Henry V is crowned Holy Roman Emperor. Henry gained power by revolting against his father Henry IV. This was unfortunate for the Jews of …

 

This Day, April 12, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

The Crusades were a disaster for much of the Jewish population of Europe. But the Jewish suffering was really an offshoot of Christian enmity towards …

This Day in Jewish History / Bob Dylan, debuts at a New York folk-music club
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Club owner Mike Porco heard the 19-year old kid sing at open-mike night. The rest is history. By David B. Green | Apr. 11, 2014 | 1:45 AM …

This Day in Jewish History / The biologist who co-invented The Pill from yams is born

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This Day in Jewish History / A German-born author whose communist bent frightened Americans is 

April 10, 1913, is the birthdate of Stefan Heym, the German-born journalist and novelist who fled the Nazis, became and fought as an American citizen ..
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1637: Venetian Rabbi, Judah di Modena “received word that his Italian manuscript entitled ‘History of Hebrew‘ customs had been published in Paris.

This Day, April 8, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

April 8

73(15th of Nisan, 3833): The Great Revolt came to an end today when the defenders of Masada completed their murder/suicide pact

This Day in Jewish History / A Texas rabbi and foil to the KKK is born

This Day in Jewish History / A Texas rabbi and foil to the KKK is born … Cohen, both recent immigrants from the town of Rava (in present-day Ukraine).

This Day, April 7, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
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Today Charles University is the home base for a Jewish Studies program offered to American college students that examines the history of Central ..

This Day in Jewish History / Ottoman authority orders Jews to evacuate Tel Aviv
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This Day in Jewish History / Ottoman authority orders Jews to evacuate Tel Aviv. A total of 1,500 Jewish evacuees are thought to have died after …

 

This Day, April 5, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

1291: Muslim forces began the siege of Acre, the last Crusader stronghold. Today, this site, Akko, is back in the control of the true titleholders, the …

This Day in Jewish History / The record exec who signed up Janis Joplin

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The “Fifth Son” – The Rebbe’s Perspective

13.04.2014
There are four sons at the Seder. Traditional wisdom has it that the wicked one is the worst off of them all. But traditional wisdom seems not to be the Rebbe’s approach.

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הרב ישראל מאיר לאו, שבת הגדול / Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, The Great Sabbath

26.03.2012
שבת הגדול

מדוע נקראת השבת שלפני פסח שבת הגדול ולא שבת הגדולה, מה פרוש השם ומה מייחד שבת זו, מדוע בתורה מכונה חג הפסח חג המצות ולעולם לא בשמו המוכר, ואילו בכל הדורות מאז קוראים לחג חג הפסח, כל זאת ועוד מעניני החג בדרכו המיוחדת והמרתקת של הרב לאו.

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סדר פסח ספרדי Passover Seder And the haggadah

05.03.2013

A Passover Seder And the haggadah, How to passover menu? seder meal!
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Hagada Of Pessach Part 3 – Extras (5773) By A Israeli

 02.04.2014

Hagada Of Pessach Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in Likutey Sichos vol 17, 6, 11 and 31.

Hagada Of Pessach Part 2 – Answers (5774) By A Israeli

02.04.2014

Hagada Of Pessach Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Likutey Sichos vol 17 – Pessach 2

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24Jewish Video, Focus on Jewish Holidays, Pessach, The Laws of Passover, Part 2 Shiurim Pessach channel, Great Videos Selection . April 6, 2014

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Passover Message – Rabbi Sholom Dovber Lipskar – Pesach

 17.04.2008

Rabbi Sholom Lipskar’s Pesach Message
Sholom Dovber Lipskar is a Chabad rabbi who founded the Landow Yeshiva Center in Miami Beach in 1969, he has served as its principal and dean of its elementary, academy, and high school studies. Rabbi Sholom Lipskar also founded The Shul of Bal Harbour, Aleph Insititute and the Educational Academy for the Elderly in 1981. As The Shul’s head Rabbi he is both the spiritual leader and educational programmer for all ages. Since receiving rabbinical ordination from the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva in Brooklyn in 1968, Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar has worked as an emissary for the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Rabbi Sholom Dovber Lipskar is recognized as an international leader bringing Torah values to people from all walks of life.

Torah Studies – Passover I – “The Freedom of Discontent”

 02.04.2014

Aah, freedom! No work, lying on the beach, mind at rest. We challenge this conventional model of liberty and instead look at Passover, the festival of freedom, to discover that true emancipation is when we remain shackled to our raging minds and restless hearts.

Pesach/Passover Laws and Halacha Pt. 1

29.03.2014
Pesach/Passover Halachah. A practical shiur which assists one to observe Pesach properly. Please subscribe and feel free to leave comments.

Pesach Part 1 – הרב דוד לוי – פסח פרק

30.03.2014

Pesach Part 2 – הרב דוד לוי – פסח פרק

Rabbi Gibber Pesach 5773 Shiur part 1

21.03.2013

Rabbi Gibber Pesach 5773 Shiur part 2

21.03.2013

24Jewish Video Jewish Torah Insights of the Day Rabbi David Sperling – Pesach: How much of the Hagadah must we read?, Part 2 Machon Meir channel, Great Videos Selection

 

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Este é primeiro o canal de shiurim ao vivo em português no You Tube do mundo!

Por que “Happy Hour”?

Este projeto foi idealizado para que, logo após o trabalho, as pessoas possam estudar Torá de forma leve e agradável.

As aulas do Kolel Happy Hour são realizadas por David Leitman, na Sinagoga CCI (Rua Anita Garibaldi, 37A – Copacabana), de segunda a quinta, a partir das 19:15 (Shiur – Ao Vivo) de Guemará Kidushin, seguido de um lanche e pequenas aulas (também ao vivo, aqui no YouTube), de filosofia judaica e leis práticas (halachá). As aulas terminam em torno de 20:45.

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CHAG PESSACH SAMEACH! 5774-2014

07.04.2014
HAPPY PASSOVER!

LET THEM EAT MATZOH

12.04.2014
Matzoh- an unusual symbol of freedom

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24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day The Simple Kitchen BY CHABAD, Part 2 MIMOUNA channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

Tzimmes – Jewish carrot dish

15.04.2009
Mr. Hebrew makes Tzimmes. The expression “Dont make tzimmes out of it” (a big deal) isn’t really true when you use Neal’s preparation method.

Wikipedia definition: Tzimmes or tsimmes (Yiddish, Hebrew: צימעס) is a traditional Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat (usually brisket or flanken). The dish is cooked slowly over low heat and flavored with honey and sometimes cinnamon. The variations are endless. The non-meat version tends to be sweeter, along the lines of candied yams.

Tzimmes is often part of the Rosh Hashanah meal, when it is traditional to eat sweet and honey-flavored dishes.

The name may come from the German words zum (for) and essen (eating). Some say the word is a corruption of the word ‘simmer.’ “To make a big tzimmes over something” means to make a big fuss.

jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
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SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

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Is it Time to Abandon Kitniyot? 
Rabbi David Bar-Hayim argues it is time for Ashkenazim to abandon the prohibition against Kitnyot. What do you think?

Matza for Passover 2014

Bentleys, Matzos and the Chumra Machine 
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Jerusalem First Century – Jerusalém Século I

27.04.2008
Video clip on Jerusalem first century model at Israel National Museum in Jerusalem, Israel.

Jewish History Lectures – Winter 2013-14

 

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Rise in immigration to Israel: January witnesses 6% increase in Aliya to Jewish homeland

26.03.2014

Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics shows a 6% increase in immigration to Israel in January, what is referred to here as “Aliya”, Hebrew for ascending to the land of Israel. Strolling the streets of Tel Aviv, we asked Israelis why they felt many Jews from abroad make their way over here

Passover Story

27.03.2009
http://JewishHistory.org The Passover Story. The great holiday of Passover is one of the central days in the Jewish Calendar. The Jewish people came down to Egypt through Joseph. Joseph was at one point the viceroy of Egypt, but after he died, the Jewish people sink into slavery. This slavery was very harsh- both physically and spiritually, yet somehow there is a core of the Jewish people that survives and remains loyal to the ideas of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

Moses is the great redeemer, who was himself raised in the Egyptian court through the Princess having adopted him. Through a series of events involving G-d miracles and plagues, Moses becomes the messenger of freedom- and the Jewish people leave Egypt.

Not all the Jews make it out of Egypt. According to a Midrash, 80% of the Jewish people stayed and died in Egypt. Whatever the Exact numbers, there was still a massive exodus- and the Jewish people (along with some others who left Egypt with them) were freed and begin their wandering in the Desert. Freedom must have a purpose, and the purpose of the Jewish people was to spread the concept of G-d, morality, charity, Monotheism, and goodness throughout the world.

In the Sinai Desert, the Jewish people receive the Torah and become a nation- the beginning of a long journey of spreading light throughout the world. The Passover holiday is re-enacted every year and tells us the value of freedom, purpose, faith, and family.

At Rabbi Wein’s Passover table- there was sometimes a span of over 300 years sitting at the table (the Rabbi’s great-grandfather who witnessed generations before him, and his great grandson who will G-d willing witness generations after him). Going back in History, it would only take 10 more tables like this to connect the Jewish people back to the time of the Exodus. This is an example of how Passover is a family holiday.

By sitting together, we testify to our past, to our commitment to the future, to our faith, to the fact that we are an eternal people. And to the fact that freedom means discipline and purpose- only a person who accepts upon themselves the yoke of Torah and morality is truly free.

The first law of Passover is to give charity to the poor so that they can also have a Seder (Passover meal).

The history and tradition of Passover

14.04.2011
Rabbi Yossi Shemtov of the Chabad House discusses in this edition of FOX Toledo Talk Back about Passover, the most holiest of the Jewish faith holidays, and the history and tradition of the seder.

Talmud Pesachim page 51 Rabbi Weisblum הרב ויסבלום תלמוד פסחים דף נ”א, Passover Pesach Torah reading Shabbat Chol Hamoed Rabbi Weisblum קריאת התורה שבת פסח

21.03.2013
Torah Reading for Passover Pesach Shabbat Col Hamoed by Rabbi Moshe P. Weisblum PhD. Torah reading is slow and clear and accompanied with the text to make it easier to follow the lead of Rabbi Weisblum. Ashkenaz Nigun. קריאת התורה לפסח שבת חול המועד .קריאה איטית ברורה ובהירה. נוסח אשכנז אשכנזי. הטקסט נמצא על המסך ומאפשר לצופה לעקוב אחרי הקריאה. צפייה נעימה!
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Sephardic History Part 1-6

 

28.11.2011

A 6 part introduction to Medieval Jewish History with JTS Professor Benjamin Gampel.

When the Jews Arrived in the Iberian Peninsula.

25th Anniversary Part 6A Rabbi David Nesenoff

13.09.2013

Rabbi Dr. David Nesenoff

 

Aaron Kreisler: Rabbi Cohen of Galveston

27.06.2013

Dr. Aaron Kreisler of Dallas contrasts reform Rabbi Henry Cohen of Galveston with his orthodox counterpart, Rabbi Louis Feigon. Dr. Kreisler grew up in Galveston, where his parents settled after fleeing Poland in the late 1930s. “The Bishop” Kreisler mentions is most likely Father James M. Kirwin.

You can read more about Galveston’s Jewish history here:
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This Day in Jewish History || The first synagogue in the U.S. is consecrated in New York City 

Shearith Israel was founded in lower Manhattan more than a century before American independence, and it still exists today.

Bob Dylan – A Tribute To Bob Dylan (Album 1) Full Album

06.08.2013

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02. 0:04:16 Bill Kirchen – Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
03. 0:09:48 Johnny Marr – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
04. 0;14:10 Howard Devoto / Luxuria – She’s Your Lover Now
05. 0:17:41 Thea Gilmore – I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
06. 0:22:08 The Band – When I Paint My Masterpiece
07. 0:26:05 The Hollies – The Times They Are A-Changin’
08. 0:29:18 Robert Palmer – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
09. 0:32:37 Cat Power – Paths Of Victory
10. 0:35:52 Thurston, Kim And Epic – Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence
11. 0:39:36 Mary Lou Lord – You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
12. 0:43:08 Manfred Mann – With God On Our Side
13. 0:47:30 Cassandra Wilson – Shelter From The Storm
14. 0:52:36 The Nice – She Belongs To Me
15. 1:04:19 Paul Weller – I Shall Be Released

 This Day, April 14, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

If they had spent more time considering the realities of the situation and less time killing their Jewish“enemies” they might have been able to negotiate …

This Day, April 13, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
1111: Henry V is crowned Holy Roman Emperor. Henry gained power by revolting against his father Henry IV. This was unfortunate for the Jews of …

 

This Day, April 12, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

The Crusades were a disaster for much of the Jewish population of Europe. But the Jewish suffering was really an offshoot of Christian enmity towards …

This Day in Jewish History / Bob Dylan, debuts at a New York folk-music club
Haaretz
Club owner Mike Porco heard the 19-year old kid sing at open-mike night. The rest is history. By David B. Green | Apr. 11, 2014 | 1:45 AM …

This Day in Jewish History / The biologist who co-invented The Pill from yams is born

This Day in Jewish History / The biologist who co-invented The Pill from … had established one of his Jewish agricultural colony in the United States, ..

This Day in Jewish History / A German-born author whose communist bent frightened Americans is 

April 10, 1913, is the birthdate of Stefan Heym, the German-born journalist and novelist who fled the Nazis, became and fought as an American citizen ..
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
1637: Venetian Rabbi, Judah di Modena “received word that his Italian manuscript entitled ‘History of Hebrew‘ customs had been published in Paris.

This Day, April 8, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

April 8

73(15th of Nisan, 3833): The Great Revolt came to an end today when the defenders of Masada completed their murder/suicide pact

This Day in Jewish History / A Texas rabbi and foil to the KKK is born

This Day in Jewish History / A Texas rabbi and foil to the KKK is born … Cohen, both recent immigrants from the town of Rava (in present-day Ukraine).

This Day, April 7, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
Today Charles University is the home base for a Jewish Studies program offered to American college students that examines the history of Central ..

This Day in Jewish History / Ottoman authority orders Jews to evacuate Tel Aviv
Haaretz
This Day in Jewish History / Ottoman authority orders Jews to evacuate Tel Aviv. A total of 1,500 Jewish evacuees are thought to have died after …

 

This Day, April 5, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

1291: Muslim forces began the siege of Acre, the last Crusader stronghold. Today, this site, Akko, is back in the control of the true titleholders, the …

This Day in Jewish History / The record exec who signed up Janis Joplin

This Day in Jewish History / The record exec who signed up Janis Joplin. After experiencing an epiphany at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, Clive …