Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim Program delivered by Shlomo Horwitz of Jewish Crossroads at Shomrei Emunah of Baltimore in May, 2013. See also: Jerusalem’s Paratrooper Heroes, Up Close and Personal
Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim Based on a sicha by Harav Baruch Gigi Summarized by Chaim Mayer Translated by David Strauss Tonight we celebrate the liberation of Jerusalem and other regions of Eretz Yisrael in 5727 (1967). We who have been privileged to rebuild the ruins of Gush Etzion are enveloped at this […]
Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim
Rabbi Wolicki contrasts Yom HaAtzmaut and Pesach on the one hand and Yom Yerushalayim and Shavuot on the other.Pesach and Yom HaAtzmaut are celebrated by all Jews. They aren’t just celebrated by the Torah observant. A shiur by Rabbi Yosef Wolicki at the OU Israel Center.
Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim Seeing the Kotel for the first time…experiencing Shabbat in the Old City…a memorable interaction with a chayal…a fierce bargaining battle in the shuk… The city of Yerushalayim, or Jerusalem, is unlike any other and for the Jewish people it has been our spiritual center for millennia. In […]
Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim God’s deal with us is that if we follow His commandments, he will give us His land. All Jews should learn about the Torah & keep ALL of its mitzvot.
Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim Yom Yerushalayim Community Event with a shiur by Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb and introduction by Rabbi Josh Blass. Recorded at Kehillas Bais Yehudah, Wesley Hills, New York. There are 3 dimensions to Yerushalayim & human existence as a whole– space, time, and soul. Rabbi Weinreb examines […]
Let’s Open Our Sefarim This Yom Yerushalayim At many Jewish weddings, the custom of breaking a glass is often accompanied by the recitation or singing of ‘Im Eshkachech’: “If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning. Let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth, if I remember […]
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