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04/17/2015
Israeli Man Dies After Possible Car Ramming Attack
Shalom Yohai Sherki, 25, of Jerusalem, died in hospital on Thursday morning after being struck by a car on Wednesday night. Shira Klein, 20, who was injured in the same incident, is hospitalized in a serious but stable condition. The Israel Police reported on Thursday that the driver of the car, a 37-year-old Palestinian from Anta, was being held for questioning. The suspicion is increasing among the police that the incident was a terror attack, rather than an accident. Sherki and Klein were injured on Wednesday night when a car drove into them while they were standing at a bus stop in Jerusalem's French Hill neighborhood. The Palestinian driver and his passenger were lightly injured. Sherki and Klein were evacuated in serious condition to Hadassah University Hospital in Ein Karem.
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04/16/2015
The Tears Didn't Go Unnoticed
Baruch was crying. His drivers, Amitai and Avi, was sure of it even though Baruch tried to hide it.
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04/16/2015
Halelu Choir - Ein Keloheinu
Halelu Choir singing 'Ein Keloheinu'.
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04/15/2015
Yaakov Rosenfeld & Mezamrim - Keil Molei Rachamim
Cantor Yaakov Rosenfeld & Mezamrim Choir Keil Molei Rachamim for Rav Moshe Twersky zt'l. who was killed at the Har Nof Massacre.
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04/15/2015
A Holocaust Survivor Returns to Poland
After centuries of often violent anti-Semitism's since long before, during and after World War II the government of Poland recently opened a new museum honoring the role of Jews in Polish history. That occasion prompted Dasha Rittenberg of New York, a Holocaust survivor, to go back to Poland to see if and how much it has changed. Filmmaker Menachem Daum follows Rittenberg's journey to her grandfather's grave site, the dedication ceremony for the new museum, and her meeting with a Polish Catholic bishop.
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04/15/2015
Shir Hamaalos by the Zemiros Choir
Composed by Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt.
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04/15/2015
Dramatic Double Accident Caught on Dual Dash-Cams
While trying to turn left into a parking lot in Lithia, Florida, a man gets rear-ended by a Chevy Silverado which then shoots his car into an oncoming truck in the opposite lane. The driver wasn't injured in the accident, but the footage caught on his dash-cam is a good example why you shouldn't point your wheels into oncoming traffic when waiting to make a turn..
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04/15/2015
Daughter Claims She Watched Every Video on the Internet
'A coin, a bottle of soda, a plastic bag and one confused daughter.' Kids these days think they know everything and thanks to smartphones and the internet they basically do have the entire sum of the world's knowledge in the palm of their hand at all times. Still, a clever parent can still get one over on their kid from time to time.
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04/15/2015
Yeshiva College Boys High Acapella Group - Dror Yikra
YaChad (Yeshiva College Boys High Acapella Group) - Dror Yikra - Cover of Maccabeats adaptation of 'When I'm gone' by A.P. Carter. One of the most beautiful customs on Shabbas is to sing Zemiros at the Shabbat table - special songs describing and sensitizing us to the holiness and beauty of Shabbat. It is customary to sing Dror Yikra at the Shabbas day table. Dror Yikra was written by Dunash Ben Laverat
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04/15/2015
Driver Who Killed Glauber Couple Sentenced to 25 Years
The Brooklyn man involved in the fatal crash that killed a Williamsburg Jewish couple and their unborn baby in March 2013 was sentenced today to 25 years to life in prison. Julio Acevedo, 46, of Brooklyn, was sentenced by Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Neil Firetog. He was convicted of two counts of second-degree manslaughter, one count of criminally negligent homicide and two counts of leaving the scene of an incident without reporting in Feb. 2015 after a trial. Acevedo faced up to 15 years in prison on the top count, but because he was a persistent felony offender, he received an enhanced sentence of 25 years to life in prison.
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04/14/2015
Hallel at the First & Oldest Shul in America
The Touro Synagogue is the first and oldest Synagogue in America and attracts Jewish tourists from all over the world. Here is a beautiful short video of the Hallel sung on chol Hamoed Pesach 5775/2015 at Shachris European Jews fleeing persecution under the Spanish Inquisition founded Touro Synagogue in 1763 in Newport, Rhode Island. George Washington assured the congregation of religious freedom in 1790 before the First Amendment was passed.
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04/14/2015
Avraham Fried & Malchus - Shalom Aleichem a Yid
Avraham Fried and the Malchus Choir are warming up before a recent concert in Israel.
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