Rabbi Da’vid Sperling – Nishmat’s Alisa Flatow International Program
http://nishmat.net Nishmat’s Alisa Flatow International program offers a unique opportunity for English-speaking women of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities to study Jewish texts in a warm and intellectually stimulating environment.
Rabbi Da’vid Sperling, was born in Sydney Australia. He studied at Yeshivat Machon Meir and after that, he studied at Yeshivat Ateret Kohanim under the tutelage of Rabbi Shlomo Aviner. Rabbi Sperling received advanced rabbinic ordination from the chief rabbinate of Israel, as well as from Rabbi Yehuda Henkin. Rabbi Sperling has taught Halacha at Nishmat for many years, as well as at Yeshivat Machon Meir. He has published a wide range of halachic articles in journals and on the internet. Rabbi Sperling lives in Jerusalem with his wife Riva and their five cute children.
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Bar Mitzvah Invitation – In Lights
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Demonstration and Assembly Instructions for the In Lights Bar Mitzvah Invitation from Invitations4Less.com.
FESTIWAL SINGERA. UROCZYSTE OTWARCIE FESTIWALU.
AMBASADOR IZRAELA W POLSCE ZVI RAV-NER. שגריר ישראל בפולין,צבי רב-נר משתתף בפתיחת פסטיבל תרבות יהודית בורשה ומספר על חשיבות וסמליות של קיום הארוע בבית הכנסת נוזי’ק,היחיד ששרד בורשה
Kantor Jacov Lemmer [Azkara dla Pamięci,18.04.2013]
18 kwietnia 2013, tuż przed północą, po zakończeniu koncertu w Teatrze Wielkim, pod Pomnikiem Bohaterów Getta, rozpoczęła się “Azkara dla Pamięci” – symboliczna uroczystość upamiętniająca bohaterów Powstania w Getcie Warszawskim. Udział wzięli w niej m.in. Zubin Mehta, muzycy Izraelskiej Orkiestry Filharmonicznej, Samuel Pisar, ambasador Izraela Zvi Rav-ner, Zygmunt Rolat, Gołda Tencer oraz Rabin Schudrich.
Chabad Jewish School Builds New Mikvah In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
A spiritual building known as a Mikvah in hebrew is being built for Jewish people to use in Myrtle Beach.
It’s the first in the state of South Carolina that will house a separate section for men and one for woman in the same building.
“In the bible it talks about the Mikvah, which is a pool of rainwater or spring water that is used in order to deep and wash to purify,” said Rabbi Doron Aizenman.
“I think the rabbi who sent us here 28 years ago had a vision. And he always said you have to aim where the community is going to be rather of when it’s here now,” said Aizenman.
Rabbi Aizenman said this 2 story building is a sign that the future of Myrtle Beach will continue to grow in diversity. And this Mikvah will help introduce a new element of Jewish tradition to the community.
“I think that learning is our best tool of preparation for a perfect world. A world of peace, a world that will allow all the colors to unite to a beautiful rainbow and picture. And when people learn about each others customs and traditions they get to appreciate it and it goes to create unity and peace,” said Aizenman.
As young students play in the yard of the Chabad school of Myrtle Beach, they see a building in the distance, a sign of growth for years to come.
The rabbi said they expect another year of construction before the Mikvah is complete.
Giora Feidman_Halaka Dance
Giora Feidman and Friends
Konzert zum 75. Geburtstag
Berliner Philharmonie, 25. März 2011
Traditional “Halaka Dance (arr. Giora Feidman)
Jewish community in Massachusetts begins Purim celebration
LONGMEADOW, Mass. The Jewish community here in western Mass. began their celebration of Purim.
Lots of fun activities were planned at the Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy in Longmeadow.
Purim celebrates the Jewish survival from enemies in ancient Persia.
A reading of the story of Purim was followed by a clown performance on Saturday night.
A rabbi told 22News what the holiday is really all about.
“On the surface, this look like an amazing tail of serendipity. Of things that just happened to have happened. Yet we scratch the surface and we find that God’s hand is throughout the story,” Rabbi Chaim Kosofsky said.
And in case your wondering why people are dressed up, it’s traditional to wear a costume during the holiday.
On Sunday, the Jewish holiday celebration continues with a four course feast and live petting zoo at Forest Park in Springfield.
“What’s the Parsha, Pani Zosia?” s01 e18 – Vayakhel
“What’s the Parsha, pani Zosia?” – seria 1, odc. 18. “Vayakhel”. Z gościnnym występem Sławka Pastuszki.
Cykl mini-wykładów dotyczących cotygodniowej porcji Tory prowadzony przez Zofię Radzikowską, zasłużoną członkinię społeczności żydowskiej w Krakowie.
“What’s the Parsha, pani Zosia? – season 1, episode 18. Vayakhel. Guest starring: Sławek Pastuszka.
A series of short lectures on a weekly Torah portion led by Zofia Radzikowska, a distinguished member of the Jewish community in Krakow, Poland.
Choir of Shmuel Zahavy Cheder Chabad Toronto – Yedid Nefesh
Learning if Fun at Chabad Hebrew School February 19, 2014
Learning if Fun at Chabad Hebrew School
February 19, 2014
Legends and stories from Toledo; the Inquisition, Hercules, Pin Street and Jewish keys to Toledo
Take our fascination guide to the stories of old Toledo. Tales of the Spanish inquisition and expulsion of Jews, some of whom legend has it still hold keys to the city today. Hear about the bitter well a la Spanish Romeo and Juliet. Or take a peek at Pin Street if you need some luck to find a man! The Moorish Patio festival, festivals, knight-high arches, Alley of the Dead, Hercules caves.
For mrore details on tours of Toledo and Madrid, email firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Jewish Film Festival 2013 Launch
The 17th annual UK Jewish Film Festival revealed its full programme yesterday at a press launch in Soho attended by guests including filmmaker/comedian Jes Benstock and comedian Arnold Brown. Running from 30 October — 17 November 2013, the festival will feature screenings of over 80 films and other special events across five cities – London, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester. 53 of the films will be UK premieres, hailing from countries including Argentina, Israel, USA, UK, Germany, France and the Czech Republic. Please see here for the exciting festival programme: ukjewishfilm.org/ UKJF also launches, in its 17th year, a new VOD channel, sponsored by Think Jam: At the press launch, Festival Founder & Executive Director Judy Ironside MBE introduced some of the highlights of the festival including the UK premiere of the dazzling new comedy Blumenthal from New York writer/director Seth Fisher starring actor Brian Cox CBE. (Both will attend Festival screening for Q&A – 6 Nov, Phoenix Cinema, 20:45) Other highlights include the UK premiere of the award-winning US documentary Joe Papp In Five Acts, a portrait of the legendary New York theatre producer Joe Papp. The screening will be followed by a discussion, with actor Zoe Wanamaker CBE & director Tracie Holder (14 Nov, Barbican, 18:15), on A New Democratic Theatre For The UK. Comedian and filmmaker Jes Benstock was at the launch warming up the audience for his special Festival Comedy Event to be presented with Scottish Jewish comedian Arnold Brown, and a host of witty friends including Miriam Margolyes, Bill Paterson, David Schneider and Helen Lederer. Other guests attending the festival will include the esteemed Lord Michael Grade who will speak after Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy (13 Nov, Barbican, 18:15); award-winning French director Ilan Duran Cohen who will be opening the festival with his gripping historical drama The Jewish Cardinal (30 Oct, BFI, 20:30); Czech writer/director David Ondricek presenting his debut feature In the Shadow (2 Nov, Tricycle, 19:00); and Israeli film director Eytan Fox who will close the festival on a high note with his heart-warming musical comedy Cupcakes (17 Nov, Tricycle 19:45). Other festival highlights include the UK Premiere of thriller Wakolda (5 Nov, Tricycle, 21:00), the new film from award-winning Argentinean director Lucia Puenzo; the Tribeca award-winning Israeli drama Room 514 (3 Nov, Tricycle,20:30); and an Exclusive Preview of The Congress (10 Nov, Odeon Swiss Cottage Imax Screen, 21:00), Ari Folman’s impressive follow-up to Waltz with Bashir.