Search Results "The Revolution"
Avraham - The Ultimate Innovator
Avraham was a revolutionary, a pioneer, he was the originator and founder of the Jewish people. He had no father that he could follow, and thus, he was always breaking new ground
From the Heart of Tehran: Revolutionary Guards Salute Jewish Soldiers at Ceremony
As tensions grow between Israel and Iran, exceptional documentation from Tehran shows the Revolutionary Guards paying respect to fallen Jewish soldiers of the Iran-Iraq war. This ceremony is a first of its kind held a few days ago in the Iranian capital. The ceremony was attended by the mayor. After the prayer service the guards cleaned the graves of the Jewish soldiers
The Jew who saved the American Revolution
Heroes of the American Revolutionary War such as Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Paul Revere are household names, familiar even to schoolchildren. Yet most American Jews have never heard of Haym Salomon, a Jew who was clearly a hero of the American Revolution. Who was Haym Salomon?
Is the World Round or Flat? Depends Who You Ask
While the rest of the world firmly believed that the world is flat, the Sages of the Torah had the cold, hard facts
Slovie Jungreis Wolff - Gifts My Mother Gave Me
Slovie Jungreis Wolff shares the revolutionary legacy she received from her mother, Rebbetzin Ester Jungreis. This is a must for all Jewish women
Genetics and the Bible - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Is it possible that the two most revolutionary laws in genetics discovered in recent generations – Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance and the Law of Heterosis – appear in the Torah, given more than 3300 years ago?
Watch: The Life and Times of Maran Harav Ovadia Yosef OBM
This movie describes in detail the extraordinary accomplishments of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the foremost Sephardic Rabbi of his time. Rabbi Yosef, a phenomenal scholar with a photographic memory who could quote hundreds of books verbatim, succeeded in revolutionizing Torah scholarship in the Sephardic world with his fifty books and established an entire educational system which maintained the Sephardic customs and methods of study as well as spawning an entire generation of Torah scholars
The Man Behind ArtScroll - Architect Of A Revolution - Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz
What was the secret of Rabbi Zlotowitz's phenomenal success? How did he attract supporters from the entire spectrum of Jewish life even while being unapologetically rooted in the world of the yeshiva? What sort of advice and guidance did he offer younger businessmen, educators and activists who looked to "Uncle Meir' as a mentor? Busy building a Torah empire, he somehow always managed to find the time to advise and help the countless friends and strangers who sought him out
Can women return in a reincarnation?
Concerning reincarnation for women: I understand that according to Kabbalah, a woman can not return in a reincarnation and all the women nowadays are new souls, but on the other hand, in Rabbi Zamir’s book "The Revolution", he brings scientific studies on women who were reincarnated and brings evidence from hypnosis. Who is right? Kabbalah or science?
Will Elderly Holocaust Survivors Receive Addition Compensation From Germany?
The White House speaker defends Trump, Israel Boycotters won’t be granted entry to Israel, the electrifying train revolution in Israel
News That’s Worth Its Salt
Salt of the Earth, Israel's main salt manufacturer, is looking to revolutionize the way the world consumes salt.
The Chef Who Closed Her Restaurant on Shabbat; “G-d Will Provide for Me”
What brought a chef who owned a successful restaurant in Tel Aviv that was open for over a decade to make it kosher and close it on Shabbat? Chef Chaya Klor of the Bagassi restaurant, who participated in the Chef Games TV program, underwent a revolution that will surprise you too
The Wake Up Call of Kol Nidrei
Today he is a genuinely committed to Judaism, and studies Torah every available moment. In his home, you can sometimes see the light in his salon on until the wee hours of the night, because he is busy studying a subject in Bava Kama. Who would believe that this was once “Yigal the Bukharian”? This is the story of the Kol Nidrei that caused a revolution in the heart of a new immigrant to Israel.
Why kill a lot of animals to make one shtreimel?
Question : I saw a program about ultra-Orthodox garments and they showed a shtreimel. They explained that this hat was made of about 100 animal tails. My question is even though G-d allowed us to eat kosher animals, as long as their slaughter is humane as you explain in your book The Revolution, is it right to kill so many animals for a hat? It is not a question of fulfilling a commandment like tefillin but is just a garment that a certain community chose for itself. It's not even made out of the skin of a kosher animal that was killed for food, and its skin was a side product. It’s an impure animal that was specifically killed for its fur. Even if it was bought from non-Jews, what’s the point of putting dead animals on one’s head?
The Rebbe Decided: "Full Speed Ahead to Establish Hidabroot USA"
Hidabroot’s directors entered the inner sanctum in Belz chassidus with hundreds of recorded videos and a detailed plan • Outreach experts: This will make a revolution in the world of outreach in the US • Goal: stop the plague of rampant assimilation across the USA • "We need to talk about assimilation in America without fear," said the Rebbe, "with our line being that every person should remain in his religion" • Next week the delegation will launch the new channel together with a massive round of seminars in North America • Hidabroot is now crossing borders
Why do Jews from various parts of the world look different?
Why do Jews from various parts of the world look different, and how does this fit with the evidence you bring in your book The Revolution #2 that there is no evolutionary development in general, including the color of skin, the color of the eyes, etc. Was it because of intermarriage or assimilation?
How Come Jews Practice Shechita? (Jewish ritual slaughter)
Not only do kosher animals not suffer during ritual slaughter, they do not even experience emotional discomfort before the act, and have absolutely no sense of their impending deaths.
Translator of R. Zamir Cohen’s books in Russian: "His Classes Lifted My Heart"
Paulina Ovis is a very busy woman: When not with her children and grandchildren, she devotes her time and skills to translating the writings of Rabbi Zamir Cohen into Russian on a voluntary basis. In an interview she talks about her difficulties with her son who started observing Judaism, her personal journey, and the pure joy she is enjoying in recent years
The Revolution 3: Interview with Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Parallel universes in Kabbalistic teachings, the future flowing into the present and the contraction of the moon are only some of the more intriguing issues dealt with in The Revolution 3, a new book by Rabbi Zamir Cohen. Until a few decades ago, some of these issues were consid-ered science fiction, but the rabbi's phenomenal ability to keep connecting between religion and science shows us again how truth is stranger than fiction