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Bayom Ha-hu - Rabbi Moshe Shur - Take Me Back To Jerusalem (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 25,  · Rav Shamah learned in Ner Israel and Lakewood, and was also a close disciple of the legendary Rav Solomon Sasson. He also has a Master's degree in education from Loyola, and for many years served as principal of Sephardic High School. He is the rabbi of Sephardic Institute in Brooklyn, which he founded in
  2. Thirty-two-year-old Moshe Sachar and his twenty-two-year-old wife, the beautiful blue-eyed, dark-haired Rachel, tuned the radio of the automobile to listen, with all the Middle East, to the explosive event about to take place barely a mile away. It was after noon on May 14,
  3. Jun 07,  · Friday Night: This is the blessing which Moshe, man of the G-d, blessed the Children of Israel before his death.(Devarim ) Nothing unusual about this verse–reads just fine the way it is. Unless, of course, you are the Rokeach, and you have the mysteries of Torah at your finger tips: “In the book, ‘Sodei Razzah,’ the Ba’al Rokeach establishes ‘that the angel appointed over Rosh.
  4. Simeon ben Yohai, Rabbi: (c. CE) Mishnaic sage and mystic, student of Rabbi juzpcreamthencatchzenbackmulcidefenquafon.coinfo he evoked the wrath of the Roman authorities, he, together with his son Eleazar, hid in a cave for thirteen years, where their needs were miraculously provided juzpcreamthencatchzenbackmulcidefenquafon.coinfo authored the Zohar, the most fundamental kabbalistic juzpcreamthencatchzenbackmulcidefenquafon.coinfo anniversary of his passing, the 18th of Iyar, known as Lag BaOmer, is.
  5. Dec 09,  · Two prominent rabbis in Israel – Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch and Rabbi Shlomo Moshe Amar – have hinted in public that the Messiah is “just around the corner” based upon certain world events taking place today. Rabbi Sternbuch, vice president of the Rabbinical Court and head of the Eidah Charedit organization in Jerusalem, recently said that.
  6. Rav Moshe Feinstein was asked whether one should move to Israel in accordance with the view of the Ramban (to BeMidbar and Mitzvah 4 of the positive Mitzvot omitted by the Rambam in his enumeration of the Mitzvot), who asserts that even in "our days," every Jew is required to live in Israel.
  7. Nov 22,  · The Jerusalem Post Customer Service Center can be contacted with any questions or requests: Telephone: * * Extension 4 Jerusalem Post or Fax: E-mail: [email protected] The.
  8. Nov 15,  · The rabbi was huge in Israel as evidenced by the extraordinarily large turnout at his funeral – bigger than Ben Hur so to speak. And then when the note was read it was completely ignored by the Jews, everyone looked the other way, no one said a word. Its a compelling story, even more so because it was ignored everywhere else as well.
  9. The oldest synagogue in the Jewish Quarter, the Ramban Synagogue is named after the great Rabbi Moshe Ben Nachman (), known as Nachmanides or the Ramban. In he was saddened when he visited a devastated Jerusalem, and met only two Jews who worked as painters. “Great is the neglect and vast is the destruction.

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