Um dos momentos mais emocionantes de hoje no Fest Rio Judaico. Colocando tefilin com um sobrevivente de Auschwitz, Boris Bessen, de 98 anos, que diz: “nunca tive mais orgulho de ser judeu do que hoje.” One of today’s most exciting moments at Rio’s Jewish festival, ‘Fest Rio Judaico’. Putting […]
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From Indian independence in 1947 until 1956, there was no synagogue in the capital city. After its construction in 1956, the synagogue served as the unofficial Israeli Embassy — until 1993, when India and Israel established diplomatic relations and an official embassy was set up. Now the synagogue serves the […]
Seinfeld and David met in 1976. They later went on to make Television history with the now classic sitcom, ‘Seinfeld’.
“I’m not a religious person, but to touch a wall that has been visited by so many people from different backgrounds who each brought their different hopes, dreams, and sorrows, was enough to move even the least spiritual person.” – Anna French
Every city. Every town. Everyone’s invited. COUNT ME IN! It all started in South Africa in 2013, when Chief Rabbi Dr Warren Goldstein called on the community to keep the Shabbat of 14 October together – to astonishing effect. In the days and weeks that followed, communities across the Jewish […]
“Wowowow!!! MAZAL Tov SAVTA!!! My 100yr young grandmother has just upgraded to a GREAT GREAT grandmother! 500+ offsprings and going strong!!! We LOVE YOU SAVTA!!! Health and happiness for at least another 100 yrs! 😘 ❤️” – Joseph Waks
Check out these amazing Humans! Thanks to Chabad of Puerto Rico along with WIZO Florida for their tremendous relief efforts on the ground. But there is still more to be done. How can you help? Click here to contribute: chabadpr.com/reliefmatch Every dollar counts, please donate what you can.
לפני שנתיים אני עליתי לארץ 💜 “Two years ago George moved to Israel to come live w/ me. I moved a month earlier to set up our apartment to make his transition as easy as possible. Some days I wake up and think, I can’t believe I adopted a big […]
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“My origins are a mystery,” she begins, “though I know I’ve always held an important role.” Meet Babushka. “Why do they call me Babushka? It isn’t because of my age. They say there was someone special who saved my life.” “My earliest memory is from 1943. The world was full […]
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Check out these incredible before and after, dough to challah pics in preparation of the upcoming holiday of Sukkot. Sukkot begins Wednesday at Sundown. Source: @challahart
Building a sukkah on a balcony, in the Judean Hills, overlooking a view that stretches to Tel Aviv and beyond, is everything.
“This will never get old… This is our Israel.” – Laura Ben-David
“It’s a myrtle branch, a willow branch, a palm branch, and an etrog. They symbolize the four different types of Jews.”
“Can you hold them apart so I can see them better?” “They’re supposed to stay together.” Source: Humans of New York
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Koufax is fondly remembered as one of the outstanding Jewish athletes in American sports. He famously decided not to pitch Game 1 of the 1965 World Series because it fell on Yom Kippur.
Sandy Koufax born Sanford Braun on December 30, 1935 is a former American Major League Baseball (MLB) left-handed pitcher. He pitched 12 seasons for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, from 1955 to 1966. Koufax, at age 36 in 1972, became the youngest player ever elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. […]