KosherTube Supporters PDF Print E-mail

We are taught never to ask for a test, nor should we test God, save in one instant:
The Prophet Malachi in Chapter 3, Verse 10 states that the test of charity is appropriate:
"Bring all the Ma'aser tithes to the treasury so that there can be food in My House; and put Me to the test on this - said the Lord of Hosts; whether I will not then open for you the the windows of heaven and pour out for you blessing without limit."

KosherTube is dependent on support form our viewers and individual philanthropists who are committed to support the KosherTube Vision of sharing the ancient and eternal words of Torah with the broadest possible community. The commandment of returning a lost object is central to the Code of Jewish Law. The Torah has been lost to many and it is KosherTube's Mitzvah to return it.

We are honored to recognize some of those who have made an extraordinary effort to support KosherTube:
Naomi Seligman                       Yan Milter The Helman Family    
Ernest von Simson                   Robert Lantos                         The Estrah Family

In the words of the Prophet they should be showered with:    "Blessing without limit" 

 

 

Who's Online

We have 1172 guests and 37 members online
  • Eleven
  • incannyerurry
  • KivyTeliSeire
  • 694stc5h6
  • 8gqnt0o2a
  • michaelvjw
  • tacadinalurl
  • aanffalk875
  • congirc
  • guanghvw
  • lotjust
  • lulusandwj
  • loopysri
  • saokdbqig
  • lgicccagovj
  • korsjjp
  • soemvpmxrw
  • Stevenhic
  • sf936b7m8
  • 4tzc2lrd
  • TemPouAu1m
  • vbgmrhmhxkw
  • outletsjfm
  • michaelejh
  • outletqtq
  • tykphrjc
  • StanleyBike
  • loopyhcu
  • WilliamOl
  • RDMO

Random FAQ

How do Kosher Jews treat the name of God?

[ Answer? ]

The name of God in any language is in and of itself holy, and Jewish law forbids its destruction. Consequently, many Jews will spell it in unusual ways such as G-d. Our Rabbinical advisors permit us to type out the name because on a computer monitor the image of words does not have the solidity and permanence of a document. However, we have been cautioned to ask you not to print out materials that have such a name on them, unless you are prepared to dispose of such a page in the proper manner. (Burial of such pages is best.)