1. C"K Moreinu Harav Avraham Moyal shlita - PURIM 2 5773


    from AISH HACHAIM / Added

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    • Purim Part Two


      from Ethan Linden / Added

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      Rabbis Linden and Topolosky have one last day on the town.

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      • Amichai-dead sea-cut


        from Storahtelling Lab/Shul / Added

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        Stay tuned for the Video on Purim!!

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        • Some Nights I Just Want Hamantaschen


          from Temple Isaiah / Added

          An anthem in honor of the best part of Purim... the food. A Purim parody by the 7th/8th grade sketch comedy class as part of Emtza, a project-based program for middle schoolers at Temple Isaiah in Los Angeles. (Thanks to Fun and their song "Some Nights" - https://vimeo.com/44266725)

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          • The Great Purim Rap BATTLE!


            from Temple Isaiah / Added

            What if Mordechai, Haman, and the Wizard of Oz held a rap battle? A Purim parody by the 7th/8th grade sketch comedy class, a part of Emtza, a project-based program for middle schoolers at Temple Isaiah in Los Angeles.

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            • 2013_02_21 Pediatric Purim At Suher ילדים א חוגגים פורים אצל סוהר


              from Rafi Glass / Added

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              פורים 2013 מחלקת ילדים א חוגגת את פורים וניפרדת מדני איתן , יום ה 21/2/2013 קישור לאירוע בתמונו באתר פליקר

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              • Purim: The Deeper meaining of the Megillah


                from Zushe Greenberg / Added

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                Rabbi Greenberg teaches a class on The Megillah.

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                • Monday February 18, 2013: The Queen Who Saved Her People


                  from El Shaddai Ministries / Added

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                  Dan & Brenda Cathcart At the time of the Book of Esther, the Jewish people were in captivity in the empire of the Persians. They faced certain destruction—the decree for the genocide of the Jews had been signed and a date for their death was set. They needed a redeemer, a savior. We will begin with Esther whose character and actions foreshadow Yeshua’s first coming. Es 2:2 Then said the king's servants that ministered unto him, Let there be fair young virgins sought for the king: (KJV) Es 2:12 Each young woman's turn came to go in to King Ahasuerus after she had completed twelve months' preparation, according to the regulations for the women, for thus were the days of their preparation apportioned: six months with oil of myrrh, and six months with perfumes and preparations for beautifying women. (NKJV) Es 2:7 And Mordecai had brought up Hadassah, that is, Esther, his uncle's daughter, for she had neither father nor mother. The young woman was lovely and beautiful. When her father and mother died, Mordecai took her as his own daughter. (NKJV)... For complete notes, audios and videos please see the following: http://www.elshaddaiministries.us/audio/hiddentreasures/20130218.html

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                  • Gangnam Purim Style -Anshe Emet Synagogue-Chicago, IL.


                    from Oceanbear Productions / Added

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                    Purim is a very festive holiday for the Jewish people. This video shows just how festive. It stars Chicago's Anshe Emet Synagogue staff ,rabbis and cantors celebrating along to PSY's Gangnam Style. Produced by Bob Stern-Oceanbear Productions.

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                    • Ba'al Shem Tov Story 1


                      from GOLD Family Films / Added

                      In the 1700s (Ukraine) Rabbi Yisroel ben Eliezer (often called Baal Shem Tov) took interest in one of his follower’s sons named Shaul. One morning while taking Shaul home to his father in a sleigh, Rabbi Yisroel ben Eliezer accompanied by the sleigh driver and students passed and inn where some drunken peasants were having a good time. To everyone’s surprised the Rabbi gave an order to turn around and stop at the inn. Once in the inn the Rabbi instructed little Shaul to sing for the peasants. After the song, all of the peasants were moved by Shaul’s nice voice. There were among the group three little peasant boys around the age of Shaul. They (through the Rabbi’s instruction) introduced themselves to Shaul. The Rabbi told them to always be nice to Shaul. Years later, little Shaul had grown up and had a family of his own. One night he was riding a horse through the woods on the way home when three bandits made a plan to attack him with knives and hatchets. They seized Shaul and tied him to a tree. While looting through Shaul’s bag the bandits decided to take Shaul’s life. Shaul thought that at best, he wanted to die with a song on his lips –so he sung with all his heart and soul the same song he had song years earlier at the inn. Suddenly, while singing he noticed the bandits were in bewilderment. Shaul took another look at them and it suddenly occurred to him that these bandits were the same three little boys that he had sung to years earlier and were now all grown up. The next moment the three bandits fell on their knees before Shaul asking to be forgiven. They set Shaul free and promise to never to rob again. As Shaul rode home it became clear why the Rabbi (the Baal Shem Tov) years earlier had stopped at the end and asked him to sing for the drunken peasants.

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