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- Graetz is cited in the English translation published by the Jewish Publication Society of America.
- The translations of the Jewish Publication Society of America (JPS) have become the most popular English translations of the Hebrew Bible.
- A bekishe is a long coat, usually made of black silk or polyester worn by Hasidic Jews.
- A Bekishe is a long black coat that Chassidim are known for wearing on Shabbat.
- A bekishe is a Hassidic cloak.
- The Shulchan Aruch HaRav is an authoritative work on Jewish law that is often quoted in subsequent works such as the Mishnah Berurah and the Ben Ish Chai.
- The ben ish chai by yosef chaim ( baghdad, 1832 - 1909) is a corresponding sephardi work.
- Rabbi Kaduri tells that the Ben Ish Chai blessed him that he would live to see the revelation of the Mashiach.
- Bimah - The raised platform in the synagogue where the Torah is read.
- Bimah is a post-biblical word meaning "platform, pulpit".
- A Brit Shalom is a non-cutting naming ceremony that welcomes baby boys into the world with love, not mutilation.
- Brit Shalom is a new Jewish Palestinian group that was founded in Israel.
- Brit Shalom is a non-cutting naming ceremony for newborn Jewish boys.
- Brit Shalom is a non-cutting naming ceremony which replaces Brit Milah (ritual circumcision) for newborn Jewish boys.
- The brit shalom is also known as the alternative brit, brit b'li milah ("covenant without cutting"), or brit chayim ("covenant of life").
- Chametz - The five grains of wheat, barley, spelt, rye, and oats or products produced from them, which Jews are prohibitted to eat or own on Passover.
- Chametz is a general term for all food and drink made from wheat, barley, rye, oats or their derivatives.
- Chametz is defined as the result of grain that ferments.
- A Chavurah is a community fellowship that exemplifies the values of Judaism and extends Temple membership beyond the walls of the synagogue.
- A Chavurah is a group of Temple members who join together to enrich their lives and to reinforce the spirit of Judaism in themselves and in their children.
- A Chavurah is a small friendship group, anywhere from ten to twenty people.
- A Chavurah is a small group of up to 20 CBI members who join together to celebrate Jewish life.
- A Chavurah is an extension of one-s membership in Beth Am, a bonus not usually offered by other congregations.
- The chuppah is a symbol of the Jewish home, since most Jewish homes are built to look like large white bedsheets.
- A "chuppah" is a symbolic house and is a spiritual picture of heaven.
- A chuppah is a piece of cloth draped over four poles.
- The chuppah is a rectangular piece of cloth large enough for the Bride, Groom, Rabbi, and sometimes other members of the wedding party to stand under.
- The chuppah is a symbol of the home that the couple will set up together after the marriage.
- Elul is the Hebrew month that is set aside for the preparation of our hearts.
- Elul - A time to repent.
- Elul is a time of Teshuvah.
- Elul is a time of introspection, repentance, reconciliation, and heightened spirituality.
- Elul is also a time to begin the process of asking forgiveness for wrongs done to other people.
- The Haggadah is a book which tells in fourteen steps the story of the Jewish experience in Egypt and of the Exodus and revelation of God.
- The Haggadah was published by a commercial publishing house and was sold out soon after it appeared.
- The haggadah was written as a teaching tool, to allow people at all levels to learn the significance of Pesach and its symbols.
- The term "Haggadah" is derived from biblical scripture.
- The word "Haggadah" in Passover Haggadah means either "narration" or "telling" or "recital" in Hebrew.
- Havdalah is a ceremony that distinguishes between the holy Sabbath day and the secular work week.
- Havdalah is a brief ceremony marking the end of Shabbos.
- Havdalah is a brief ceremony that marks the end of the Sabbath, the Jewish day of rest.
- Havdalah is a religious ceremony that marks the end of the the Sabbathh.
- Havdalah is the service that seems most spiritual to me.
- Karpas - A green herb like parsley or a green vegetable such as celery or watercress, symbolizing spring; one of the symbolic foods used on the seder plate.
- Karpas - A green herb such as parsley or a green vegetable such as celery or watercress.
- Karpas - A vegetable like parsley or romaine lettuce used in the Pesach Seder.
- Karpas is a Greek word for vegetable.
- Karpas is a vegetable (other than bitter herbs) such as celery, parsley, or boiled potato.
- Kenesa is a Hebrew, the word for synagogue is beit Keneset).
- A kenesa is a Karaim synagogue.
- Kenesa is a Karaim synagogue.
- Kenesa is also the name of a Malaysian-Bengali goddess, said to have conquered the world by age 25.
- A Ketubah is a jewish wedding contract.
- A Ketubah is a marriage contract between a husband and wife that is signed before a Jewish wedding.
- A ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract.
- The "Ketubah" is a binding document of confidence and trust which details the husband's obligations to his wife.
- The Ketubah is a "bill of rights" for the woman since it sets out the responsibilities of the husband; the wording of the document is about 2000 years old.
- Medzhybizh was formerly a prominent town in Podolia Province and was the birth place of Chasidic Jewish movement.
- Medzhybizh was astride an important east-west supply road that the Nazis wanted to expand into an autobahn -like highway.
- Medzhybizh was the center of Jewish culture in its region in Ukraine.
- Medzhybizh was the home to at least two synagogue buildings and probably numerous small minyanim.
- Selichot is the first service of Rosh Hashanah that takes place the Saturday before Rosh Hashanah.
- Selichot are recited in the early morning, before normal daily shacharit service.
- Selichot is a wonderful opportunity to help get ourselves in the mood and spirit of the High Holy Days.
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- Shas is a strong advocate of the Jewish religion playing a central role in the state, such as laws prohibiting various activities on the Shabbat.
- Shas is a shortened form of the term 'Shisha Sedarim (six orders), a reference to the six orders of the Mishna.
- Shas was founded in 1984 prior to the elections in the same year, through the merger of regional lists established in 1983.
- Shas was not the only party attempting to appeal to the Ethiopian vote.
- Shas was not the only party attempting to appeal to the Ethiopian vote.
- Talmud - The basic compendium of Jewish law, thought, and Biblical commentary.
- Talmud is an intregral part of this novel; readers will learn along with Rashi's students as he explains selected texts.
- The Talmud is a key source of rabbinic discussions on Jewish law and the Tanakh, with commentaries arranged around the central text.
- The Talmud is a sacred book of religious laws and regulations governing the life of Jews worldwide.
- The Talmud is a selection of commentaries and reflections on the meaning of the scriptures.
- Ushpizin is a charming little fairy tale.
- Ushpizin - the Seven Shepherds of Israel who "visit" every Jew's Sukah on the Feast of Tabernacles.
- This concept that you mention is called the "Ushpizin" "Guests" in Aramaic.
- Ushpizin is a ground-breaking, enjoyable, and original movie that humanizes and dramatizes the haredi lifestyle.
- Ushpizin is a love story.
- Aaron Teitelbaum is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Abbahu was an authority on weights and measures ( Yer.
- Abraham Twerski is an Orthodox Jewish Rabbi and psychiatrist, who started a treatment program back in the early 1970s in Pittsburgh, PA.
- Abulafia is also the nick-name given by deuteragonist Jacopo Belbo to his home computer in Umberto Eco 's Foucault's Pendulum.
- Adam Kadmon is a composite of all Archangels - in other words a poetic statement of the names of the Elements.
- Adam Kadmon is a name for an emanation of the cosmos into Atziluth (world) as man.
- Adam Kadmon is also called the keter of all of seder hishtalshelut (the chain of being from the very highest world to the very lowest).
- Adam Kadmon is the name of the main character in the Marilyn Manson album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death).
- Purim is celebrated annually on the 14th of the Hebrew month of Adar, which comes out in February-March.
- Purim is celebrated annually on the 14th of the Hebrew month of Adar, the day following the victory of the Jews which was on the 13 day of Adar.
- The 265 days from the first day of the 29 day month of Adar (i.e.
- Some scholars ascribe the authorship of Sefer ha-Chinnuch to Rabbi Aharon HaLevi of Barcelona ( 1235 -c.
- After the passing of R' Schneir Zalman, R' Aharon HaLevi started his own Chassidic following, an offshoot of Chabad, in Staoselye.
- When R' Schneur Zalman passed away, many of his followers flocked to one of his top students, R' Aharon HaLevi of Strashelye.
- His son, George Alexander Kohut, was an American writer and bibliographer; born on 11 February 1874, at Stuhlweissenburg, Hungary.
- With critical and explanatory notes by George Alexander Kohut.
- Alexander Kohut ( April 22, 1842 --- May 25, 1894) was a rabbi and orientalist; born at Felegyhaza, Hungary; died in New York.
- Amora is a robotic icon set, so it's very cool against a futuristic, slightly rusty cityscape.
- The text is based upon the Haggadah of Rav Amram Gaon, who headed the Babylonian Yeshiva of Sura between 856-876 CE. This text was endorsed by Rashi.
- Amram Gaon in his edition of the Siddur calls the custom of reciting the Kol Nidre a foolish one ("minhag shetut").
- This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Amram Gaon contains research on Amram Gaon, Geonim and 875 deaths.
- Aristobulus II was one of two sons of Alexander Jannaeus and Salome Alexandria.
- Armand Lunel was a French writer and the last known speaker of Shuadit (Judeo-Proven--al), a now-extinct Occitan language.
- Armand Lunel ( 10 June 1892 - 1977) was a French writer and the last known speaker of Shuadit (Judeo-Proven--al), a now-extinct Occitan language.
- Asiyah is the 4th and last of the worlds in which exists the kabbalistic Tree of Life.
- An Atheist Jew is a member of the Jewish community who does not believe in God but still considers himself or herself a Jew.
- Av Beit Din is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Rabbi Pinchas Menachem Alter was also a half-brother of the fourth rebbe of Ger Yisrael Alter and a son of the third rebbe of Ger Avraham Mordechai Alter.
- He succeeded his father Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter and he was the Gerrer rebbe from 1948 until his death in 1977.
- Av Harachamim - a prayer for the persecuted communities.
- In the Baal Shem Tov succeeded in Eastern Europe, alejandro quisiera sanz ser where Hasidism began.
- Some hasidim will spend seven seconds of concentration on every single word of the Baal Shem Tov, alejandro rivera sanz valeria abbreviated as the Besht).
- He served as a Baal Shem, alejandro sanz concert Besht, alejandro noche sanz una considering his following large enough and his y wear such boots every day.
- The community's closest resemblance would therefore be not to Dor Daim but to mainstream Baladi Yemenites.
- The Baladi generally follow the legal rulings of the Rambam ( Maimonides) as codified in his work the Mishneh Torah.
- Outwardly the practices of Baladi Jews and Dor Daim are almost identical, apart from some Kabbalistic insertions to be found in the Baladi prayer book.
- Some larger synagogues may have a room set aside for Torah study which is referred to as a Beth midrash - ------ -------- ("House of Study").
- Nevertheless, the Mishna makes mention of the beth midrash as a separate institution.
- Similarly, the Shulchan Aruch (Orach Chayim 155) maintains that one should spend a few hours in the beth midrash after the morning prayers.
- The Biryonim wanted to fight against the Romans.
- You have been automatically redirected from Biryonim to Zealotry.
- Probably many Zealots were sicarii simultaneously, and they may be the biryonim of the Talmud that were feared even by the Jewish sages of the Mishnah.
- The Board of Deputies of British Jews is the main representative body of British Jewry.
- Borough Park is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
- Borough Park is the center of the large Bobov community , part of Hasidic Judaism .
- Borough park is also the seat for the powerful and ultra-conservative Bobov sect of Judaism.
- Borough park is the center of the powerful Bobov (Hasidic dynasty), part of Hasidic Judaism.
- Brody is the junction place of the Druzhba and Odessa-Brody oil pipelines.
- Brody is the place of the junction of Druzhba and Odessa-Brody oil pipelines.
- Brody was granted Magdeburg rights and city status in 1546.
- Buchach was briefly a part of the independent West Ukrainian People's Republic before it was captured by the Republic of Poland in 1923.
- Buchach was briefly a part of the independent Western Ukrainian Republic before it was captured by the Republic of Poland in 1923.
- Hilltop started having daily services before Camp Hess Kramer, but the took place in the Teatron, instead of the Chapel.
- Chuck Feldman, who was songleader as well as camp director for years, wrote many of the camp songs that are unique to Hilltop and Camp Hess Kramer.
- Camp Hess Kramer is set right off the beach in Malibu and Gindling Hilltop Camp is in the mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
- CAMPING, ANYONE?! Camp Tawonga is a Jewish summer camp for kids located just outside of Yosemite National Park.
- No, these Knesset members are Camp Tawonga campers, ninth and 10th grade teens from the San Francisco Bay Area.
* Chaim Berlin
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* Chief Rabbi
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* Daf Yomi
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* Dovid Leibowitz
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* Elijah Mizrachi
* Elimelech of Lizhensk
* Gamliel Ii
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* Great Assembly
* Hai Gaon
* Henoch Leibowitz
* Holy Blossom Temple
* Hoshanah Rabbah
* Hurva Synagogue
* Israel Zolli
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* Moses Ben Jacob of Coucy
* Moses De Leon
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* Moshe Mordechai Epstein
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* Sherira Gaon
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