Holocaust Survivor Speaks Out Against Hunger in Africa
Holocaust survivor and Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv-Yafo Yisrael Meir Lau speaks out against hunger in Africa. Relating to his experiences in the Holocaust, Rabbi Lau decries the situation in Africa and around the globe in which children are starving.
Date: 2009-04-20 07:55:26 - Added by: Guest
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The world's biggest mistake
As the world remembers the victims of the Holocaust, RT speaks to the former Chief Rabbi of Israel Rabbi Meir Lau, who survived a Nazi concentration camp thanks to a Soviet soldier, but never got to thank his saviour.
Date: 2009-04-20 07:13:48 - Added by: Guest
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10 Makkos 2009
An original and great look at the 10 Plagues
Date: 2009-04-18 21:05:25 - Added by: Guest
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Mommy Peptalk: Surviving the Frying Pan
Author Chana Jenny Weisberg (JewishMom.com) suggests how mothers can survive the most difficult moments of summer vacation.
Date: 2009-04-18 02:05:25 - Added by: Guest
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69 - ONCE IN 28 YEARS Special Event! Happy Passover!
???? ???? Mark your calendar for Judaism's once-in-28-year special event.Jewish calendar, Creation took place 5,769 years ago. Why recite this blessing now? Why only once every 28 years? And how can this blessing help us grow closer to God in our daily lives?The sun resets to its original starting point once every 28 years.In order to understand Birkat HaChama, a bit of astronomy is necessary. The Torah teaches that on the fourth day of creation -- that very first Wednesday of world history -- God created the sun (Genesis 1:16). A solar year is 365 1/4 days long -- i.e. 52 complete weeks, plus 1 1/4 days left over. That means each year, the sun returns to its starting point 1 1/4 days later in the week. The sun resets to its original starting point -- at the first hour of Wednesday morning -- only once every 28 years. (Do the math.)We recite the blessing,
Date: 2009-04-12 23:18:07 - Added by: Guest
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64 - Safari Chol Hamoed Pesach '08
Safari Chol Hamoed Pesach '08
Date: 2009-04-12 14:55:05 - Added by: Guest
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64 - Passover Shlomo Carlebach favorite seder story
Reb Shlomo Carlebach favorite Seder story
Date: 2009-04-12 04:36:29 - Added by: Guest
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WebYeshiva Demo Video
Date: 2009-04-12 02:30:38 - Added by: Guest
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TJC's Holy Dazed Passover: The Ten Plagues
A Clip from TJC's "Holy Dazed:Passover": Jewish celebrities and comedians try to recall all ten plagues. Hint: bedbugs wasn't one of them.
Date: 2009-04-11 11:00:20 - Added by: Guest
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Learning Biblical Hebrew - Part 20
The twentieth in a series of videos teaching you how to read Hebrew. This video introduces the Hebrew qal imperfect strong verbs.A study guide is available: http://www.becomingjewish.org/pdf/qal_imperfect-hebrew.pdfSources:The First Hebrew Primer, Third Edition by Simon, Resnikoff, and MotzkinBasics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar by Pratico and Van Pelt
Date: 2009-04-11 04:26:06 - Added by: Guest
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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.)