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Rosh Hashanah In Uman with Meir Kay
Rosh Hashanah in Uman, Ukraine is an event that takes place annually over the Jewish New Year. It attracts over 60,000 people from around the world, from religious and non religious backgrounds - all coming together to celebrate Rosh Hashanah by the resting place of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. Meir Kay takes us on a tour
Eitan Katz: Nigun - Official Music Video
This Nigun was originally called the "Shaleshidis Nigun" as it was composed by, yes you guessed, Shaleshidis a few years back. To be exact, the humming began between washing and hamotzi... The video, filmed and edited by the one and only Jake Kamensky, highlights the unique uplifting energy created by friends coming together to sing and dance. Enjoy, share, be inspired
Rabbi Yitzchak Fanger: My Story
I wasn't always the rabbi with the long beard, I started off far from it
You’re All Invited to My House When You Get out of Here
Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu told the juveniles in the delinquent ward
“I Left Being a Successful Opera Singer and Didn’t Look Back!”
Coming back to Judaism in essence allows me to enjoy music and singing so much more than previously possible
I want to repent
I lived abroad for 25 years and want to repent. I lived with a non-Jewess and have a five year old girl. I keep kosher and put on tefillin and try to keep the Shabbat. What should I do?
As I was dancing in a night club, my Tzitzit was peeking through and made me extremely confused !
Haim started getting closer to Judaism. He was confident no one could answer his questions and cause him to become fully observant. At the end, "weather we like it or not, the truth will surface."
The World is a Cruel Place for Jews
What of all the holocausts, inquisitions , pogroms, mass murders and persecutions? I’m scared of a world full of pain but I have nowhere to run.
Hidabrut Exclusive; Sneak Movie Preview of “Rabbi Nachman’s Stories”
Watch “Hindyk”, a story from the movie and the director Tzvi Fishman’s message to us.
I realized that Jews believe in reincarnation, and that in each reincarnation we are rectifying something else. But why do gentiles have reincarnation? As the rabbi said, the Druze even remember their previous reincarnation. Why do their souls keep coming back to this world? After all, they do not have the concept that they have to rectify their previous lives. There are souls that I can understand coming back because there are things in the world that keep reoccurring, for instance, they say Obama is the reincarnation of Pharaoh. The Exodus brought the Jews salvation, and now we are hoping for another salvation. But why would plain gentiles be reincarnated? Thanks.
Coming Full Circle - A Jewish Woman’s Journey through Christianity and Back
Penina Taylor was brought up in a secular Jewish home. At one point she gets heavily involved in Christianity, eventually finding her way back to her Jewish Roots. Listen to her fascinating and inspiring life-story through Christianity and back