Jewish guitarist Yossi Piamenta passed away on Sunday at the age of ... Piamenta was a special figure in the world of music, as much for his ...
23.08.2015 Baruch dayan emes Yossi Piamenta - ב.ד.ה. יוסי פיאמנטה ז"ל
23.08.2015 D'après l'analyse de ses empreintes digitales, il s'agit d'Ayoub El Khazzani, un Marocain qui aura 26 ans le 3 septembre. Il avait été signalé en février 2014 par les services espagnols à leurs confrères français comme appartenant à la mouvance islamiste radicale. Il faisait à ce titre l'objet d'une fiche "S". El Khazzani a vécu entre 2007 et mars 2014 en Espagne, d'abord à Madrid puis à Algesiras dans le sud où il était connu pour trafic de drogue selon les autorités espagnoles. En mai 2015, i…
22.08.2015 Three American men are being hailed as heroes for overpowering a heavily-armed gunman on a train in northern France. The incident happened on the high-speed Thalys service near Arras. A 26-year-old Moroccan man was arrested at Arras station. One of the Americans said they took an AK-47 assault rifle and a handgun from the attacker as they saw him walk down the aisle of the train. They then put him in a chokehold until he was unconscious. Two of the American men who overpowered the gunman, Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos, are members of the Air Force and the National Guard respectively. They were travelling on the train from Amsterdam to Paris on Friday evening with a childhood friend, Anthony Sadler, who also helped restrain the attacker. "Spencer got to the guy first and grabbed the guy by the neck," Mr Skarlatos told Sky News. "I grabbed the handgun, got that away from the guy and threw it. Then I grabbed the AK-47, which was at his feet, and started muzzle-bumping him in the head with it. "Everybody just started beating the guy while Spencer held the chokehold until he went unconscious." When he checked the AK-47, Mr Skarlotos said it had jammed and would not have been able to fire. The cartridge for the handgun had also been dropped, he said. French authorities said three people were injured, two of them seriously - one with a gunshot wound, the other a knife wound. Chris Norman, a British man living in France, was also hurt while trying to subdue the attacker. "I came in at the end of it all and helped get him under control," he said at a news conference in Arras. "The guy pulled out a cutter and started cutting Spencer - he cut behind his neck and nearly cut his thumb off." Another man, who has not been identified, suffered severe cuts to his neck. Spencer Stone went to help him despite his own injuries. Mr Stone remains in hospital. "I'm really proud of my friend that he just reacted so quickly and so bravely," Anthony Sadler said. "He was really the first one over there. Even after being injured himself, he went to go help the other man who was bleeding also. Without his help, he would have died. "That man was bleeding from his neck profusely." Social worker Christina Coons from New York was one of the 554 people on board. She told BBC Radio 5 Live she ducked under her seat when she heard shots. She said: "None of these men were in uniform. They were just regular passengers, this afternoon, who stepped up to the plate as soon as they saw what was happening." The passengers included French actor Jean-Hugues Anglade, the star of Betty Blue and Nikita, who was lightly wounded breaking glass to sound the alarm. The American men and Mr Norman were awarded medals for bravery by authorities in Arras. US President Barack Obama was among those to praise those who took action. "The president expressed his profound gratitude for the courage and quick thinking of several passengers, including US service members, who selflessly subdued the attacker," the White House said in a statement. "It is clear that their heroic actions may have prevented a far worse tragedy." French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said the passengers were "particularly courageous and showed great bravery in very difficult circumstances", adding: "Without their composure we could have been confronted with a terrible incident." Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel called the incident a "terrorist attack". French media said the arrested man was known to the intelligence services but he has so far refused to talk to police in Arras. AFP and El Pais newspaper said he used to live in Spain until last year, when he moved to France. They reported that he was known to intelligence agencies. He is now being questioned by anti-terror investigators in Paris. Images shared on social media appeared to show him being restrained on the station platform in Arras. France has been on edge since the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine and a Jewish supermarket in Paris in January, which left 17 people dead. And in June a man said to be inspired by the Islamic State group beheaded his boss and tried to blow up a gas plant in southern France.
18.08.2015 A community was rocked Wednesday by what SAPD is investigating as a hate crime. The Rodfei Sholom Congregation, an Orthodox synagogue in north San Antonio woke up to realize hatred and racism is alive and well.
22.01.2015 New York City Councilman David G. Greenfield makes impromptu remarks on the floor of the council moments after Pro-Palestine activists protested the commemoration of 1.1 million people killed in Auschwitz. Greenfield is the grandson of holocaust survivors. He can be followed on Twitter at @NYCGreenfield and at Facebook.com/David.G.Greenfield
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Sinai Indaba is an annual Torah convention of the foremost international Jewish leaders and thinkers. See more at: www.Sinai-Indaba.com
21.08.2015 Famed Composer and Choir master Dudi Kalish was flown in from Israel special for Yaldei’s ninth annual dinner in Montreal, Canada at the Crown Plaza Hotel, February 22nd 2015. he dazzled together with the Shearim orchestra, singing popular melodies and performing his own original compositions including a beautiful Yiddish song about Yaldei. He was joined by both the Zimra men’s choir and the Zimra boy’s choir. During one of his performances, Kalisch slowly built up his musical piece, starting with the boy’s choir, adding a little piano, then slowly inserting instrument after instrument – with an addition from the crowd too – until the full 18 piece band, both choirs, the audience and Kalish exploded into a powerful, harmonized pitch perfect melody. Members of Montreal’s community attended Yaldei’s ninth annual dinner in a mass wave of support for the hundreds of families that are serviced by the centre for children with developmental needs. The only one of its kind in Quebec, Yaldei is a private, not-for-profit early intervention center dedicated to helping children with developmental challenges reach their full potential. Yaldei’s integration of advanced clinical, behavioral, educational and family support services provides children with the opportunity to learn how to walk, talk, play, attend school and lead productive lives as part of their community. For More Info : http://www.yaldei.org
20.08.2015 Aaron Razel sings Kevati Et Moshavi & Assara Bnei Adam at Purim party led by the Lev Echad charity organization for sick children and their families In the International Convention Center in Jerusalem in 2015
16.08.2015 Freilach Band, Dudi Knopfler & Meshorerim choir deliver an amazing performance on this beautiful new song "B'chol Tzaar" originating from Motti Ilowitz's debut album - Machsuvas. "Human Care" a well recognized organization for children with special needs - called upon this crew to perform a live Concert/Kumzits in the Catskills at the Raleigh hotel's outdoors. This heartwarming song was chosen by Dudi, as he saw what an impact this song made on patients and their loved ones while entertaining them in hospitals. Dudi is passionate about this song and he delivered it with an amazing unparalleled performance. Enjoy the great energy that comes together on one stage with Freilach, Dudi and Meshorerim, it is sure to touch your heart! Recording Engineer: Shy Clyman Video: BenHesh Studio Mix and Edit: Sonic-Duo Team
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World-renowned historian and cultural critic Simon Schama is best known as the droll, erudite host of the BBCs A History of Britain and Simon Schamas Power of Art. But he also indulges in a secret passion: collecting and recounting a vast array of Jewish jokes. Schama joins Festival artistic director Lawrence Weschler to share some of his funniest jokes and unpack their complex cultural resonances in a sort of klezmer slapdown. Simon Schama is professor of history and art history at Columbia University and the author of over a dozen books. His articles have appeared in The New Yorker and The New York Review of Books.
A day in Israel Jerusalem
http://SupremeMasterTV.com • EE1713; Aired on 24 May 2011(in Hebrew and English) This episode brings you to Israel. People living in Israel are Jewish. We'll visit one Israeli family, the Binder family to see what an ordinary day is like. The family speaks Hebrew and English at home. Education is an important part for Israeli children and they are well taken care of by their family. After the whole day's work or study, they also enjoy their vegan dinner at night. Jewish people give thanks to God for blessing for the Earth.
http://SupremeMasterTV.com -- A Day in the Life of an Israeli Jewish Family - P2/2 (In Hebrew). Episode: 1714, Air Date: 25 May 2011.
23.08.2015 Héros du Thalys - «Peu d'hommes auraient eu ce courage» Depuis vendredi soir, quatre hommes sont devenus de vrais «héros». C'est grâce à ces trois Américains, Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone, et à ce Britannique de 62 ans, Chris Norman, que l'attentat dans le Thalys reliant Amsterdam à Paris n'a fait aucune victime. Du président Obama, au premier ministre britannique David Cameron, en passant par la classe politique française entière, tous ont salué le courage, la réactivité de ces hommes. Grâce à leur intervention rapide, le suspect, armé d'une kalachnikov et de nombreuses munitions, a pu être stoppé net avant qu'il ne puisse commettre un carnage à bord du train. Sur des images filmées au téléphone portable à l'intérieur du train, on peut voir l'assaillant, un jeune homme mince, portant un pantalon clair et torse nu, plaqué au sol sur le ventre, les mains attachées dans le dos. Une kalachnikov est posée contre un siège et du sang est visible sur une vitre du wagon. «C'est une chance pour tous les passagers que ces hommes qui sont des marines, étaient en vacances dans ce train. Ils ont évité le pire», souligne Rémi, un voyageur arrivé en Gare du Nord ce samedi matin, après être resté bloqué la veille au soir à Arras. Comme lui, de nombreux anonymes croisés sur les quais ne tarissent pas d'éloges. «Peu d'hommes auraient eu le cran de faire ce qu'ils ont fait», rebondit une mère de famille qui attend son train pour Lille. «Sans eux, je n'ose pas imaginer ce qu'il se serait passé». Le président François Hollande, lui, a annoncé qu'il recevra les héros du Thalys à l'Elysée «dans les prochains jours».
13.05.2015 Emission la source de la vie présenté par Josey Eisenberg sur les "Sephardim de Genève".
22.08.2015 "Nur schnelle Reaktion verhinderte Schlimmeres: In einem Thalys-Schnellzug haben drei US-Bürger einen schwer bewaffneten Mann überwältigt, der begonnen hatte, um sich zu schießen. Der Schütze war nach Medienberichten mehreren Geheimdiensten bekannt und soll kürzlich in Syrien gewesen sein."
17.01.2015 Datteln, Zimt und Kiddusch-Wein kommen zusammen in eine Küchenmaschine. Es duftet nach einer fremden Welt in der jüdischen Gemeinde zu Oldenburg. "Jede Zutat, jedes Gericht hat hier eine Bedeutung", erzählt Oshra Levi. Sie kocht für die Pessach-Feiertage. Pessach ist das Fest, das an den Auszug der versklavten Israeliten aus Ägypten erinnert. Tradition wird großgeschrieben Oshra kommt aus Israel und hat die jüdischen Rezepte von ihrer Mutter erlernt. In ihrer Heimat hat sie als Kind in der Schule auch das erste Mal von Konzentrationslagern in Deutschland gehört. Diese Brutalität, die dort herrschte, konnte sie sich kaum vorstellen. "Für viele Leute ist das immer noch das Land, in dem ein Massenmord stattgefunden hat", sagt sie. Trotzdem ist Oshra mit 20 nach Deutschland gekommen und geblieben. Nun kocht sie die Familienrezepte für Pessach in der Gemeinde. In sieben Tagen erfahren Nikolas Müller und Benjamin Arcioli, wie die 3.000 Jahre alte jüdische Geschichte bis heute als Tradition gelebt wird. Sie wollen wissen, wie es sich in der jüdischen Gemeinde zu Oldenburg lebt. Und: Welches Bild haben die Oldenburger Juden von Deutschland, ihrem Zuhause? Der Film zeigt hebräischen Gesang, koscheres Essen und Gespräche über den Juden namens Jesus.
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23.07.2015 Slat El Hazamah /H'zamah / el Azama originally built in 1492, the year Jews were expelled from Spain - following The Alhambra Decree (also known as the Edict of Expulsion) . The Jews identified as Hazamah lived in the Iberia Peninsula for almost 2500 years (Land mentioned in the bible as ‘TARSHISH’, which is referred in the Book of Prophets, Jeremy, Ezekiel. Jonah, King I (and Romans - Josephus) Those Jews who lived in Tarshish during the Second Temple period had never lived in Judea / Eretz Israel and had not witnessed the destruction of the Temple. They precede Christianity and Islam in across the Iberia Peninsula and south East France (Middle Pyrenees Region) The synagogue Slat El Hazama is part of a set of buildings built around a large central courtyard, reserving the upstairs area for classrooms for teaching children Torah. These Jews trace their lineage from Jews who lived outside of Judea 'Eretz Israel' during the destruction of the second Temple of Jerusalem in 70 CE, . Most Probably the Jews of Hazama had been exiled from Judea after the destruction of the First Temple of Jerusalem in 587 BCE, Among the hazama jews were; The family name Delouya/ De Loya/De Louya (from the city of Loja, Granada, in the heart of Andalusia - Spain} and the Bitton family.
This piece is produced here in the US, when a well-known Moroccan singer visited America and performed for Moroccan-American community. Very exotic music, and well-done report!
Les freres Botbol sur 2m tv marocaine
es freres Botbol sur 2M tv maocaine
30.07.2015 THE THREE DAUGHTERS (1921) - Full film with English subtitles.
29.07.2015 THE YIDDISH KING LEAR Directed by Harry Thomashefsky After Jacob Gordin Starring Maurice Krohn
Sinai Indaba is an annual Torah convention of the foremost international Jewish leaders and thinkers. See more at: www.Sinai-Indaba.com Rabbi Berel Wein is an eminent historian, a distinguished rabbi and a captivating storyteller. With his unique grasp of over 3,000 years of Jewish history, Rabbi Wein has written 10 books, directed a number of films and recorded over 1,000 lectures. All of his books, which include Triumph of Survival and The Story of the Jews in the Twentieth Century, have received popular and critical acclaim. His documentary, The Miracle of Israel, received a 5-star review from the Jerusalem Post and his film on the life of the Rambam has impacted Jewish school curriculums the world over. Rabbi Wein is the founder and director of the Destiny Foundation, an educational media foundation dedicated to bringing Jewish history to life in an exciting and interactive way.
From WikipediaEphraim Kishon (help·info) (Hebrew: אפרים קישון, August 23, 1924 – January 29, 2005) was an Israeli author, dramatist,screenwriter, and Oscar-nominated film director. He was one of the most widely read contemporary satirists in the world.[ Ephraim Kishon was born on August 23, 1924 by the name of Ferenc Hoffmann into a middle-class Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary. In his youth he did not know Hebrew nor Yiddish. His father worked as a bank manager and his mother was a former secretary. Kishon also had a sister who was a writer. His writing talent became evident in his youth. In 1940 he won his first prize for writing a novel for high school students. Due to the racial laws applied in Hungary during World War II, he was not allowed to continue his studies at the university and therefore he began to study jewelry making in 1942.,,,, Kishon initially lived in the "Sha'ar Ha'Aliyah" transit camp near Haifa, and soon afterwards moved to Kibbutz Kfar Hahoresh, in which he worked as a male nurse while learning the Hebrew language during his free time with the help of his neighbor Joseph Bilitzer. During this period he wrote several humorous lists for the Hungarian newspaper "Új Kelet". Afterwards Kishon moved to a housing project. He studied Hebrew at the Ulpan "Etzion" in Jerusalem, and soon became proficient in the language. Nevertheless, his heavy Hungarian accent accompanied him throughout his life.
Ephraim Kishon, Igrani film, Izrael, 1964, 110' Izrael nedugo nakon službenoga osnivanja "obećane zemlje". Za razliku od novih marljivih susjeda, Sallah, nesposoban i lijen, neprestano je u potrazi za najlakšim i najbezbolnijim načinom uzdržavanja obitelji. Začudo, Sallah postaje junakom nakon što tijekom svojih muljaža otkrije pronevjere u izraelskoj građevinskoj industriji.
03.08.2015 ...über sein Leben, seine Werke und die Uraufführung im Theater TRIBÜNE Berlin "Der Vaterschaftsprozess des Joseph Zimmermann" Eine Komödie aus dem Jahre Null der Zeitrechnung
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30.04.2015 Sinai Indaba is an annual Torah convention of the foremost international Jewish leaders and thinkers. See more at: www.Sinai-Indaba.com