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The Rise Of Online Jewish Deals

The Rise Of Online Jewish Deals

Over the past few months, I’ve signed up for a couple of the online coupon deals like Groupon and KGB, mostly because I like getting things for cheap. It’s a scientific fact that food tastes better when it’s 50% off.

The only issue I have with those sites is that they involve a daily e-mail for material that I really don’t care for. Because the only specialization you can chose when you sign up is the city you live in, a lot of the deals are …

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New Website to Help Jewish Mourners Sit Shiva

ShivaConnect.com is a complimentary service for Jewish mourners and those wishing to express their condolences at a time of loss.

After a year of intricate web design and programming, a mourner or caring friend can now create a Shiva Registry. It includes memorial service/funeral and shiva details (with interactive directions), mourners’ contact information, food notes, synagogue affiliations, and family charitable requests.  A direct link to the personal Shiva …

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How to Choose a Jewish College

How to Choose a Jewish College

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Some Jewish students prefer to study in Jewish universities instead of going to secular colleges. They feel that the distractions from non-Jewish colleges may affect their studies. Finding the right Jewish college is easy with these few steps:

Use your resources to do research. You can find resources by using search sites like Google and Yahoo. Look into websites of Jewish …

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URGENT! EMERGENCY TEHILLIM

URGENT TEHILLIM REQUEST

Rabbi Hershel Reichman’s daughter is right now undergoing emergency brain surgery from complications after giving birth.

Please daven for:

Batya Shira bat Chasida

Please say a perek of tehillim and ask at least one friend to do the same.

May Batya Shira have a complete recovery, refuah shleima, and may we only know simchas.

Thank you,

Hally Goldstein and the …

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Pick Out Songs for Hanukkah!

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Hanukkah is a time to celebrate and be joyous. Hanukkah is a time of great happiness and what else is a better way to celebrate the holiday than to sing songs. We sing songs as we light the menorah, as we play the dreidel game and as we enjoy our Hanukkah festive dinner. Below are some tips in finding good songs for Hanukkah.

There are a lot of Hanukkah songs in Hebrew and if …

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Auschwitz museum creates online Holocaust course

Auschwitz museum creates online Holocaust course

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Museum authorities at the site of the Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau on Wednesday said they were launching an online study programme to teach people about the Holocaust.

Museum spokesman Pawel Sawicki told AFP that the pilot project would begin Thursday, and would be divided into two parts.

One will examine the broad history of the Holocaust, Nazi Germany’s …

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Chanukah Contest: This Means Chocolate!

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Yo, Geltdiggers! Remember last Purim when the meshuggenehs at Oh Nuts! helped the Yenta host a supersweet giveaway at their online store? Well, mah friends, since a game of dreidel is pretty lame without chocolate coins, it is ON again for Chanukah!

All you need to do win $25 to spend on serious nom noms is this:

Go to the Oh Nuts! Chanukah page. Find the tasty item that …

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Introduce Hanukkah into Your Classroom

Introduce Hanukkah into Your Classroom

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The month of December is generally related to the Christian celebration of Christmas. Probably because of the large population of Christians in the world, Hanukkah celebrations especially in Canada and the United States often involve Christmas traditions. Many rabbis argue that incorporating Christmas practices into the celebration of Hanukkah give many Jews confusion on why the …

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Parshat Vayeitzei: A Holy Nation

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If we examine the lives of Avraham and Yitzchak we find that they overcame many challenges and then Hashem blessed them. However, with Yaakov, it seems like things happened in reverse. Yitzchak blessed him and then Yaakov embarked on a long journey filled with difficulties and struggles. What was the difference between Yaakov and the other avot ?

In Tehillim it says, “ …

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Purchasing Your Menorah for Hanukkah

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The menorah is the basic religious symbol of Hanukkah. There are many speculations as to how the use of menorah started. Some people believe that the menorah is a symbol taken from the idea of the burning bush that Moses witnessed on the mountain of Sinai. Others say that the menorah symbolizes the seven planetary bodies that the ancient Jews knew during their time.

According to

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Leftover Cholent: A new frum blog with some potential

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I generally don’t read blogs, heck I schedule most of my blog posts, tweets and other goodies so I don’t have to spend valuable outdoors time keeping up with this wonderful online community that has been outgrowing this blog and forcing some fans to even meet each other in real life.

I find that every few days, I get an email from someone asking me to add their blog to my …

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Am I the only one to find sheitles sexy?

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There are plenty of arguments against sheitles, most of them revolve around sheitles looking better than the persons real hair but, this isn’t about halacha, halacha states that a married woman has to cover her hair – whether or not that hair covering is sexy, has nothing to do with the fact it’s being covered. I was just thinking that it’s kind of ironic that many …

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Seif Edition Transliterated Tehillim / Psalms

Seif Edition Transliterated Tehillim / Psalms

… If you can read this, you can pray in Hebrew.

For thousands of years, Jews have been reciting Tehillim (Psalms). The majestic words of King David punctuate liturgy and prayers. In times of joy, Jews express their gladness and thanks to the Almighty through its soaring prose; in times of distress, they pour out their hearts to Him in earnest entreaty and petition through its powerful words. Across the world, groups gather regularly to recite the entire book of Psalms. Many Jews follow a …

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The Food Processor Bible

Norene Gilletz

Publisher: Whitecap Books

You don’t have to be Jewish to discover the joy, not the “oy,” of processing! Whether you are a new reader or an old fan, you’ll love this completely updated, revised, expanded edition of my best-selling cookbook, The Pleasures of your Food Processor (now out of print).

With a new generation of cooks and a new generation of food processors, Gilletz felt that it was time to completely revise, update and …

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Bread and Fire: Jewish Women Find God in the Everyday

… failings and triumphs of their spiritual endeavors.

This book asks: What does it mean to be a Jewish woman today? What does Jewish tradition offer to modern women who are looking for practical ways to bring spirituality and meaning to their lives and the lives of their loved ones?

The women whose writings appear in this book span a wide range of ages, backgrounds, perspectives and professions. In her own way, each one reveals God as an anchoring force in her life: from the …

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How I Find Her

… The winner of a Massachusetts Cultural Council award for poetry, she has received numerous grants to lead writing workshops at senior centers, public schools and for Hospice. As a trained Hospice volunteer, she has worked with patients, caregivers and with the bereaved. A collection of writings by the members of one of her bereavement groups, Oh, My Ashen Friend, was published in 1996. She leads workshops to explore Jewish identity through writing at various synagogues in the northeast …

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Leather Tehillim

Ivory-colored, leather Tehillim (Psalms) in beautiful pocket carrying case. 3.5″ x 5″

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Book of Psalms in Plain English

… Lichtenstein

Publisher: Urim Publications

In the Book of Psalms in Plain English, you will find the Book of Psalms itself, its ideas and emotions. The English rendition is in verse, just as the Hebrew original is in poetry – in the various poetic modes required by the varied moods and messages.

Read and be moved by the inspiring words of Psalms, translated into clear and readable English by a scholar of Judaism and professor of English.

About the Author:

Aaron Lichtenstein …

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Growth Through Tehillim: Exploring Psalms for Life Transforming Thoughts

Growth Through Tehillim: Exploring Psalms for Life Transforming Thoughts

Rabbi Zelig Pliskin

Publisher: Artscroll

Tehillim (Psalms) – the timeless words of King David, the first that Jews in every generation have turned to in times of trouble and times of joy. Tehillim – words of praise from the “Sweet Singer of Israel,” sung as a plea for salvation from his pursuers and in thanksgiving for G-d’s miracles. Tehillim – the service of the heart par excellence.

But Tehillim can be more than a …

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Tehillim with Rashi’s Commentary - 2 Volume Set

Tehillim with Rashi's Commentary - 2 Volume Set

Learn Tehillim Like Never Before–A Breakthrough Work For Every Home.

It’s only a very special handful of books that Feldheim includes in its Torah Classics Library, and this newest addition is most deserving of the impressive classification. Tehillim, psalms, are recited by us all, yet how often do we crave deeper meaning in the timeless words? In this ground-breaking work, Rashi’s commentary, …

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Beit Midrash Chevrah Tehillim in Carcow, Poland

Name:

Beit Midrash Chevrah Tehillim

Address1:

Meiselsa St 18

Address2:

corner of Corpus Christi St

City:

Carcow

Location:

Poland

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Orthodox

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Tourist Visits

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Frum Acronyms you should know

… on this here blog you may read terms like BT and FFB dozens of times before you actually figure out what they are (lots of non-religious Jews ask me.

Even after you figure out what certian acronyms stand for, you may not actually find out what they truly mean – because many of them are used by certian groups of people and they have connotations to them, if you have any other frum acronyms that I failed to mention, please add them in the comments below.

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Gadhafi’s Son Warns of Civil War in Libya

… his father remained in Tripoli, backed by the army and leading the battle against those seeking to destroy Libya.

Read More: @ online.wsj.com

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The Best Entertainers on Earth

… Writer of Blogs/articles on various websites regarding Entertainment.

Jewish people might be out numbered by people belonging to other religion but they can’t be outnumbered by the contribution towards countless fields that we live in. Whether its in the line of  science, literature, medicine, and economy. Name any field you can, you will find the highest contribution are made by Jewish people like the great Albert Einstein, Henry Bergson, Ilya Ilyich Mechnikov, Paul Anthony Samuelson …

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Israel, Jewish Agency launch global effort to locate property lost in Holocaust

Israel, Jewish Agency launch global effort to locate property lost in Holocaust

The Israeli government and the Jewish Agency are launching a new worldwide initiative to identify Jewish property lost or stolen during the Holocaust with the goal of obtaining restitution for survivors or their heirs, Haaretz has learned. Called Project HEART − Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce, the initiative is chaired by Rafi Eitan, the former senior citizen affairs minister, and directed by the Jewish Agency’s Bobby Brown, a native New Yorker who has been …

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Stop screwing with the converts already!

It’s hard to find an orthodox convert who only converted once, usually they had to do it once or twice before they even discovered orthodoxy. Almost every convert I have ever met has at least 2 conversions under their belt, if not many more than that and it’s bound to get worse with the latest news.

Apparently, the interior ministry in Israel is not accepting conversions done by members of Rabbi …

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Good Bye Best Buy

… became Best Buy and a powerhouse national franchise.

Alas now the company is in disarray trying to stay afloat in the midst of the strong currents of change in electronics sales buffeted on one side by the online mail order Amazons et al and on the other by the brick and mortar Walmart and the like.

Read More: @ tvzee.blogspot.com

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Searching for Frum Porn? You’re not the only one!

So last Thursday night I was wandering my google analytics account and I decided to see what keyword combination’s people were using with the word “porn” to find my site, it was quite shocking, I see the occasional frum porn searches, but nothing like I discovered.

These statistics are for the last 3 months I have highlighted the one’s I found especially interesting and my comments are in Italics. The list is very long, I intend to do a month of statistics next …

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Police issue arrest warrant for rabbi that supported book which justifies killing non-Jews

Police issue arrest warrant for rabbi that supported book which justifies killing non-Jews

… Kiryat Arba and a senior figure in religious Zionism. The warrant follows the rabbi’s refusal to appear for questioning on the support he gave for the controversial book “Torat Hamelech,” which justifies killing non-Jews.

The commander of the Hebron police visited Lior’s home several days ago and informed him that there was an arrest warrant against him. The rabbi told the officer that he will not take part in the dishonoring of the Torah and that he would not show up for …

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Facebook, Transparency and the Next World

Like everybody and his old chum from 10th grade biology, I’m on Facebook. Thanks to Facebook, reconnecting with people from the past has never been easier. Type in the name of someone you knew at any phase of your life – elementary school, summer camp, your first job out of college – and quite likely, you’ll find a picture of that very person, all grown up with a whole life story to tell you. So when I saw the prompt about reconnecting with old friends, I decided …

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