70 Photos of Israel by Bentzi Sasson We know you LOVE ISRAEL ! Now let’s see how well you know her .. In honor of Israel’s 70th Birthday, Humans of Judaism has partnered up with GO Kosher Travel and photographer Bentzi Sasson. Together, we have selected 70 Photos, from 70 […]
Grafitti Art Spotted in Los Angeles, California
#YomHaatzmaut Happy Birthday #Israel! @galitkas
Sund’Or flight from Katowice with FIDF…Captain Ofer Aloni Watch as this pilot tells his personal story and gathers the passengers to sing a song together. Source: Ilan Haber
Happy Birthday Israel! #YomHaatzmaut Thousands of years old, Seventy years young. Source: Abir Sultan
They may not be with us, but they are always in our hearts. #YomHaZikaron Israel Rememberance Day Today we begin Yom Hazikaron, the Memorial Day for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism. We remember those who fell in the line of duty and taken by the violence […]
#YomHaZikaron Tonight we begin Yom Hazikaron, the Memorial Day for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism. We remember those who fell in the line of duty and taken by the violence of terrorism. May their memories be a blessing. Source: Israel Defense Forces
Good Morning from Latrun, Israel. Rabbi Nochum Katsenelenbogen of Chabad Owings Mills laying Tefillin and saying Shma with Sheldon (Shabsi) Griner, a Holocaust survivor on top of an Israeli army tank, assisted by a loan IDF soldier. Mr. Griner was born in 1938 in Lublin, Poland and was saved by a […]
“On #Kristallnacht, November 10, 1938, Joseph Mayer was arrested by the SS in Prenzlau, #Germany and taken to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp. Although Joseph and his wife Anne miraculously survived and were able to leave Germany before the war began, all of their relatives perished. They died because they had […]
#NeverForget #NeverAgain #AmYisraelChai Source: The Survivor Project: Holocaust Survivor Portraits by David Miller
The flag of Israel on the barbed wires of Auschwitz. We survived. We are here. But although we are alive, today on Yom HaShoah, we must remember the 6 million lives who did not make it out of the camps. #AmIsraelHai #NeverForget #NeverAgain Source: StandWithUs via BrandTravels
WATCH: Every year on #YomHaShoah, traffic in Israel comes to a complete standstill as drivers share a moment of silence for #HolocaustRemembranceDay.
Yom HaShoah Never forget. Never again. Am Yisrael Chai!
Betty has lived with PTSD for 70 years since surviving the Holocaust. After liberation, Betty screamed every night while dreaming that she was back in Auschwitz. Although she has endured extreme tragedy, Betty still believes there are good people in the world. Today she is a proud great-grandmother and hopes […]
Kathy was born 1924 in Olkusz, Poland. She was liberated by Soviet armed forces from the Görlitz concentration camp in Germany. This is a photo of Kathy sitting in her Los Angeles home holding pictures of her three grown children. Source: The Survivor Project: Holocaust Survivor Portraits by David Miller
Incredible Moment! Rabbi Michel Chill, a longtime educator from Monsey, New York, was slated to take a flight with his family on Monday, April 2nd, heading from New York to Los Angeles. Inclement weather delayed the flight for three hours. The pilot spotted the Rabbi and invited him into the […]
“Hey what’s it like being a Jewish rapper from Canada…I told her the struggle Israel.” – Drake
SPOTTED: Birchat Kohanim, the Priestly blessings at the Western Wall today, Happy #Passover ✡️ חג פסח שמח Source: Israel Police – משטרת ישראל — at הכותל המערבי – Western Wall.
Check Out The Biggest Seder in the World! 1,824 people will gather together tonight and make history at the biggest Seder in the world which will take place in Ko Samui, Thailand. This Seder arranged by #Chabad, is one of hundreds of sedorim organized by Chabad Shluchim (emissaries) in 92 […]
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WATCH: A 93-year-old Holocaust survivor receives a Bar Mitzvah A month before Samuel Heider was to be bar mitzvahed World War II broke out. When the Nazis invaded Poland, where the 93-year-old lived in a small village, his family was separated and sent to concentration camps. His parents, sisters and brothers […]
“About 30+ years ago, my grandmother visited the Lubavitcher Rebbe in New York for a blessing, along with thousands of other daily visitors. She received a crisp dollar bill from The Rebbe, as he stood for hours distributing dollar bills to every visitor. My grandmother saved it and had these […]
PASSOVER FUNDRAISER: Yad Yisroel Who knows where they are going for Passover Seder? I do. But there are some people who don’t have a place to go and they need our help. It is with great pleasure to partner with Yad Yisroel in joining their efforts to raise the money […]
“If the statistics are right, the Jews constitute but one percent of the human race. It suggests a nebulous dim puff of star dust lost in the blaze of the Milky Way. Properly the Jew ought hardly to be heard of, but he is heard of, has always been heard […]
HAPPENING NOW: “Live from the kotel (Western Wall) now- never been happier to be home after a life changing trip to Poland 🇮🇱💙” – Simone Tassler
HAPPENING NOW: “Live from the kotel (Western Wall) now- never been happier to be home after a life changing trip to Poland ” – Simone Tassler
Francizka Mann was one of the most talented dancers of her generation when she was sent to Auschwitz in 1943.
Francizka Mann was one of the most talented dancers of her generation when she was sent to Auschwitz in 1943. Prior to entering the gas chambers, she grabbed a notorious SS officer’s pistol and shot him dead, sparking a riot before her own subsequent death. Source: @israelproject
Albert Einstein was born 139 years ago today, March 14, 1879. Source: The Israel Project
Western Wall employees remove millions of handwritten notes from between the ancient stones. The notes are placed in a repository in accordance with Jewish law, with the laborers – working under the supervision of Western Wall and Holy Sites Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz – taking care to not read their content. […]