Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Tatty Shmueli Ungar Yiddish Nachas & Freilach Band

Tatty - Shmueli Ungar, Yiddish Nachas, Yossi Lax, Zimra & The Freilach Band! A Yaldei Event.

Earlier this year at the Yaldei dinner in Montreal the crowd was enjoying a beautiful performance by The Freilach Band, Shmueli Ungar, Yiddish Nachas and The Zimra Choir. When suddenly the room stood still, the crowd was filled with emotion as The band started playing ‘Tatty’ - a song about losing a parent at a young age and the pain and yearning one has, to see their parent again.
This beautiful composition by Yossi Green was originally recorded in English by Dedi and was rewritten with new lyrics by Lipa Schmeltzer for this event. Be enchanted as the angelical voices of Yiddish Nachas featuring child soloist Yossi Lax blend with the powerful voice of Shmueli And backed by the Zimra Choir and The Freilach Band.
We are very excited to share with you this special moment. Enjoy!

Credits:
MK Production
Music by: Avrumi Schreiber/Freilach Band
Choir: Zimra Choir
Sound and Lighting: Stellar Productions
Song composed By: Yossi Green
Originally Sung By: Dedi
Lyrics By: Lipa Schmeltzer
Video recorded: Studio on dot
Video Edited: Studio 62 Video Editing
Mix by: Yaniv Balas

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Trump Speaks at Orthodox Jewish Fundraiser Event

The event began at 11:30 AM at the Intercontinental Hotel in Manhattan, in what is believed to be the first such event of its kind in U.S. presidential history.

The event is dedicated to showing gratitude for the policies and actions which have benefited the Jewish community and Israel.

Roughly 400 people attended the event which is also expected to raise about $5 million for the President's re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee.

The President was to arrive at the hotel Tuesday at 1:20 pm and first met privately with supporters in a round table discussion.

Speaker Kivi Bernard was emcee, National Anthem was sung by Berri Weber, music by Pumpidisa,

The president was introduced by the acclaimed lecturer, Rabbi Y.Y. Jacobson after reciting the Brocho Shenosan Lekvodo.


Additional clips taken of the event


Member of Naturei Karta try to demonstrate outside the Intercontinental Hotel in NYC.

Settler Welds Himself to the Floor to Evade Security Forces

An extremist Jewish settler wanted by the Israeli security forces devised a two-layer shield to thwart his arrest - a home-made mechanical contraption attached to his leg and the residents of the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar.

Neria Zarug, a married father of two, lives and works as a goatherder in the outpost of Komi Ori, immediately beside Yitzhar, that is as of now a closed military zone.

According to defense officials, "Zarug is a dangerous, violent and extreme activist, who is well known to security forces in the area. He was banned from entering the region because of recent  violent acts against both Palestinians and the security forces."

An administrative detention order was filed against Zarug and signed by GOC Central Command Maj. Gen. Nadav Padan, which would have removed the settler from his household for three months.

Zarug refused to abide by the order issued two months ago, staying in Yitzhar and urging Padan to revoke his removal order.

Various attempts were made over the last few days to apprehend Zarug, who is residing in several homes in Yitzhar, but to no avail.

Although he has managed to evade law enforcement so far, his friends and relatives realized the clock was ticking for his freedom and decided to make a public showing in order to draw attention to his situation.

On Sunday afternoon, SWAT teams arrived at the house where Zarug was welded to the floor. After realizing they could not free him from the device themselves, a team of firefighters was called to the scene.

Israel Hit by Rockets After Airstrike Kills Islamic Leader

Approximately 70 rockets were fired at Israel Tuesday morning after the elimination of Baha Abu al-Ata, a senior Islamic Jihad terrorist in a nighttime attack by Israel. There were no casualties but 3 people were lightly injured, two suffering from shock and a third while he was running to a bomb shelter.

Al-Ata, who led Islamic Jihad’s Al Quds Brigades’ Gaza branch, and his wife were both killed in the attack.

Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system, which protects heavily populated civilian centers, fired approximately 20 missiles at incoming rockets. One rocket exploded on a busy road near Ashdod, narrowly missing a passing car

In response to the rocket attacks, Israeli forces struck terrorist targets in the northern Gaza Strip, including Hamas’s internal security headquarters in Gaza City.

According to Arab media outlets, the Israeli retaliatory attacks targeted Hamas’ internal security headquarters in Gaza City.

An IDF spokesperson said that Israeli aircraft had opened fire on a group of Islamic Jihad terrorists preparing to fire a rocket. Two terrorists were reported killed in the strike.

In a separate airstrike targeting a building in Damascus, two people were killed, including the son of another Islamic Jihad senior official. However, Islamic Jihad reported that the target of the attack, Akram al-Ajouri, survived the attack.

Barzilai Hospital Evacuates Children And NICU In Wake Of Rocket Barrage


Rocket Exploded on a Busy Road, Narrowly Missing a Passing Car

Monday, November 11, 2019

Hoishia Na | Tomchei Temimim Choir LIVE CAMPAIGN

A new upbeat single describes the guarantee promised by the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, the RaShab, that all those who will support the Yeshiva Tomchei Temimim, are guaranteed to be successful.

In a similar vein, the sixth and seventh Lubavitcher Rebbes as well, have repeatedly listed an abundance of brachos, both spiritual and material, for those who support Tomchei Temimim.

For 36 hours, every donation to Tomchei Temimim will be quadrupled by matching donors!

Visit Charidy.com/YTTL and open the door to all the brachos and yeshuos awaiting you in this Zechus.

Credits:
Tune: Sholom Brochshtat
Lyrics: Moishy Goldstein
Vocals: Tomchei Temimim Boys Choir
Video: Yossi Teleshevsky | TeshPhoto.com
Musical Arrangements: Moishy Goldstein
Recorded in Crown Heights in Music Studio NYC | MusicStudioNYC.com

1 Protester vs 5 Cops on Motorcycles

A cat and mouse game with the support of fans.

Happened in Chile

Group Of Boys Threw Eggs At Jews In Borough Park

Another hate crime investigation is underway in Brooklyn.

Once again, community leaders say Jewish people are being targeted in Borough Park, CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez Reports

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Every Business Needs Branding, Advertising and Marketing

Every business needs Branding, Advertising, and Marketing

The BAM Expo & Conference is where all creatives will be under one roof for a full day of collaboration and education at Brooklyn Square in Boro Park 12.3.19

Register TODAY, space is limited!

Saturday, November 09, 2019

Veshuvi Bunim - Motty Ilowitz - Single

The 11th of Cheshvan is the anniversary of Rachel Imainu’s death. For thousands of years, Jews come to pour out their hearts at her grave, because a mother always listens and she cries for, and with, us.

To commemorate this day, Composer and singer Motty Ilowitz releases a song about our plea to our "Mama Rachel" to ask for mercy on behalf of her children until the final redemption - ושבו בנים לגבולם.

This song was originally composed and performed on stage at the famous and very popular 'Interen Shtiel' play - a Neuhaus Production - on Chol Hamoed Pesach '19.

Motty refined the lyrics, reconstructed the idea, and specifically regathered the same 'interen' team to be involved in this project.

Arranged & mixed by Hershy Pavel, who originally played the music on stage at the play. Choir was done by Yedidim, led by Yoel Hersh Fuchs, well-known for his extraordinary talents of acting and singing, specifically on the Interen stages.

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Boy Attacked By Homeless Man Miraculous Recovery

6-Year-Old Jewish Boy Allegedly Attacked By Homeless Man On The Road To Recovery

The family of a 6-year-old boy who police say was attacked by an emotionally disturbed homeless man in Queens last month is now talking about that horrible day.

Jeremy Portnoy was outside his grandfather’s home waiting for a pizza when a stranger picked him up and threw him to the ground on his head. The family says he was unconscious and could not speak.

Now, the boy is finally recovering and his family spoke exclusively with CBS2’s Lisa Rozner.

Wednesday, November 06, 2019

The Larry Gordon Show Ep. 1 ft Benny Friedman

Larry Gordon sits down 1 on 1 with Jewish music sensation Benny Friedman.