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Short video by Rabbi Ari Kahn, discussing the all Jewish festivals as a means to spirituality and holiness.Produced by JewishPathways.com, the more advanced learning site of Aish.com, offering self-paced, online courses in Jewish thought and observance.Visit us at http://www.JewishPathways.com
Tu B'shvat seder at the Or Vishua Hesder Yeshiva - Haifa.
The Nice Jewish Time Traveler, a young Jew interested in his heritage, takes his time machine to the year 2525 to find out how the holiday of Tu B'Shvat is celebrated in the future. While there, he finds that the future is not a bright one, or a green one, when an old man tells him that all of the ...
Excerpt from "Where is G-d in the Megillah" by Rabbi Shlomo Porter filmed March 17, 2008 at Etz Chaim in Baltimore, Maryland
Weekly words of wisdom from the North Eastern Jewish Centre, in Doncaster, Australia. Presented by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman.
Rosh Chodesh Kislev Chabad Lubavitch Kishinev Moldova 5767
Rabbi Pinson gives insight about the month of Chesvan.
Can you build your Sukkah any faster?
How to make Lulav rings
A tour of the Tiferes Shmurah Matzah Bakery in Lawrence, New York
Rav Zev Leff of Moshav Matityahu offers words of inspiration on the Night of Tisha B'av. This year, he discusses the lack of truth and peace there has been in the world since the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash (the Holy Temple) 1,939 years ago. May this powerful d'var torah speed up the geulah be...
 
 
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