Friday, April 28, 2017

Ruach Inspiration - Royal Prince

By the boys of Yeshivas Ruach Chaim.

Klausenburg Rebbe The Shefa Chaim ZT"L Mitzvah Tantz

Rav Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam (January 10, 1905 – June 18, 1994) was the founding Rebbe of the Sanz-Klausenburg Hasidic dynasty.

Rav Yekusiel Yehudah  became one of the youngest Rebbes in Europe, leading thousands of followers in the town of Klausenburg, Romania, before World War II. His wife, eleven children and most of his followers were murdered by the Nazis while he was incarcerated in several concentration camps. After the war, he moved to the United States and later to Israel, rebuilt Jewish communal life in the displaced persons camps of Western Europe, re-established his dynasty in the United States and Israel, founded a Charedi neighborhood in Israel and a Sanz community in the United States, established a hospital in Israel run according to Jewish law, and rebuilt his own family with a second marriage and the birth of seven more children. ZTVK"L

Dvar Torah Parshas Tazria Metzorah 5777

Parshas Tazria-Metzora - A Prerequisite to Prayer - Does God care whether we get along?


Rabbi Zalman Goldberg


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Cantorial National Anthem at Utah Jazz

Operatic Star Spangled Banner rendition at the Utah Jazz Jewish Heritage Night, Chanukuah celebration, by Cantor Aryeh Leib Hurwitz. December, 2016.

Ari Goldwag - Ve'ahavta - A Cappella Video

Ari Goldwag and friends are back with a fun and entertaining story to accompany Meilech Kohn's mega-hit song Ve'ahavta - the A Cappella version.

Video produced by Ari Goldwag
In conjunction with Aderet Music
Cinematography by Vann Visuals
Song composed by Meilech Kohn


Important Message from Rabbi Paysach Krohn​

DINA Legal Conference by DROR - Recap

On Wednesday, May 4 2016, a conference took place at the Ateres Golda Hall that drew thousands of members of the community, Rabbanim, elected officials, and legal and financial professionals — for the purpose of increasing awareness of the law, and the imperative that we, as Torah Jews have to go above and beyond to conduct ourselves in the spirit of kiddush Hashem.

The event was presented by the Dror organization, whose mission is to ease the plight of those who find themselves incarcerated — which means that they appreciate more than most the need to avoid any encounter with the law, and to lead a just life.

The highly informative evening touched on many important topics, and inspired participants toward a life of v’asisa hayashar v’hatov, living an ethical and just life.

Beri Weber with Pumpidisa in the Caribbean

While spending Pesach on the Islands, soul, voice and boat meet on the Caribbean Sea. On yacht, joined with the Pumpidisa Crew is composer and singer Beri Weber.


Bar Mitzva at Auschwitz

Students from Chabad help other Jewish people visiting the notorious concentration camp during Holocaust Memorial day, with the Mitzvah of Tefilin, some of whom for the first time.