International Holocaust Remembrance Day

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

On November 1st 2005, the UN passed a resolution that every year on January 27th, an International Holocaust Remembrance Day – יום הזיכרון הבינלאומי לשואה – will be observed. The date was chosen because on that day in 1945, the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, was liberated by Soviet forces.

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Throughout the formal and prom world, a major change is occurring. Country and vintage lace designs are less common, and instead we’re seeing more elegant and avant-garde silhouettes being used. Dress designers are not afraid to take design to a new level, cleverly using minimal lace in the most unexpected places. An entire evening dress is covered in a rich black lace and also features an interesting scalloped collar.

Some of my favorite lace gown creations are from the ever-changing and awe-inspiring designs in bridal industry. Many of the bridal gowns are lace from neckline to hemline, with lace fabrics ranging from the extremely delicate Alençon lace to the almost geographical, cut-out, modern laces on classic mermaid and column styles. hailmaryjanes top1sexvideos citybarbeques themeinfos apptippers tiavat top1xnxx topfreeblackporn blackhatoffers top5xnxx malehealthsreview arturofirenzes modernsharps top1xxx

Resolution 60/7 calls on all global citizens to remember the Holocaust by teaching the history of this genocide, to reject ideas that support denial of the Holocaust- הכחשת השואה, and to preserve the camps at which over 20 million people were sent to their deaths.

An important moment in Israeli History: In an Israeli Air Force flyover the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp on January 27th, 2006 Commander Amir Eshel said:

“אנו טייסי חיל האוויר הישראלי, בשמי מחנה הזוועות, קמנו מאפר מיליוני הקורבנות. נושאים את זעקתם האילמת, מצדיעים לגבורתם, ומבטיחים להיות מגן לעם היהודי ולארצו – ישראל

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

On November 1st 2005, the UN passed a resolution that every year on January 27th, an International Holocaust Remembrance Day – יום הזיכרון הבינלאומי לשואה – will be observed. The date was chosen because on that day in 1945, the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, was liberated by Soviet forces.

Resolution 60/7 calls on all global citizens to remember the Holocaust by teaching the history of this genocide, to reject ideas that support denial of the Holocaust- הכחשת השואה, and to preserve the camps at which over 20 million people were sent to their deaths.

An important moment in Israeli History: In an Israeli Air Force flyover the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp on January 27th, 2006 Commander Amir Eshel said:

“אנו טייסי חיל האוויר הישראלי, בשמי מחנה הזוועות, קמנו מאפר מיליוני הקורבנות. נושאים את זעקתם האילמת, מצדיעים לגבורתם, ומבטיחים להיות מגן לעם היהודי ולארצו – ישראל

“We, the pilots of the Israeli Air Force, in the skies above this camp of horrors, rose from the ashes of millions of victims. We are carrying their muted cries, we salute their courage, and we promise to be a shield for the Jewish people and their land, Israel.”

You can see more of the flyover – מַטָּס – here:

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckLe0DPIcjg

The Holocaust is not simply six difficult years in the history of the Jewish people; it’s six tragic and horror-filled years in the history of the world. For that reason we all, as inhabitants of this Earth, must never forget, as Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi said in his book, If this is a Man:

“You, who are sitting with no fear in a safe place; you, who can find a warm food and a face of a friend, when you come back to your house – why won’t you observe and see – this a man, who works in a cold swamp. He, who doesn’t rest and fights for a small piece of bread, that for saying “yes” or “no” he could mean death.”

“אתם היושבים באין מחריד במשכנות מבטחים; אתם המוצאים מאכל חם ופני ידיד בשובכם הביתה עם דמדומים: התבוננו וראו הזהו אדם העובד בביצה הקרה; הוא, שאינו יודע מנוחה ונלחם למען פת לחם זעירה. שבעבור “כן” או “לא” לבן-מוות היה.”

After reading these words, we call on the world to never forget – 27/1 – International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

English -Transliteration-Hebrew

Flyover – Mattas- מַטָּס

Swamp – Bitsah- בִּצָּה

Remembrance – Zikaron- זִכָּרוֹן

Denial- Hakchashah – הַכְחָשָׁה

Holocaust -Sho’ah – שׁוֹאָה

Hebrewsocial@eteachergroup.com

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

On November 1st 2005, the UN passed a resolution that every year on January 27th, an International Holocaust Remembrance Day – יום הזיכרון הבינלאומי לשואה – will be observed. The date was chosen because on that day in 1945, the largest Nazi death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau, was liberated by Soviet forces.

Resolution 60/7 calls on all global citizens to remember the Holocaust by teaching the history of this genocide, to reject ideas that support denial of the Holocaust- הכחשת השואה, and to preserve the camps at which over 20 million people were sent to their deaths.

An important moment in Israeli History: In an Israeli Air Force flyover the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp on January 27th, 2006 Commander Amir Eshel said:

“אנו טייסי חיל האוויר הישראלי, בשמי מחנה הזוועות, קמנו מאפר מיליוני הקורבנות. נושאים את זעקתם האילמת, מצדיעים לגבורתם, ומבטיחים להיות מגן לעם היהודי ולארצו – ישראל

“We, the pilots of the Israeli Air Force, in the skies above this camp of horrors, rose from the ashes of millions of victims. We are carrying their muted cries, we salute their courage, and we promise to be a shield for the Jewish people and their land, Israel.”

You can see more of the flyover – מַטָּס – here:

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckLe0DPIcjg

The Holocaust is not simply six difficult years in the history of the Jewish people; it’s six tragic and horror-filled years in the history of the world. For that reason we all, as inhabitants of this Earth, must never forget, as Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi said in his book, If this is a Man:

“You, who are sitting with no fear in a safe place; you, who can find a warm food and a face of a friend, when you come back to your house – why won’t you observe and see – this a man, who works in a cold swamp. He, who doesn’t rest and fights for a small piece of bread, that for saying “yes” or “no” he could mean death.” “אתם היושבים באין מחריד במשכנות מבטחים; אתם המוצאים מאכל חם ופני ידיד בשובכם הביתה עם דמדומים: התבוננו וראו הזהו אדם העובד בביצה הקרה; הוא, שאינו יודע מנוחה ונלחם למען פת לחם זעירה. שבעבור “כן” או “לא” לבן-מוות היה.”

 

After reading these words, we call on the world to never forget – 27/1 – International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

English -Transliteration-Hebrew

Flyover – Mattas- מַטָּס

Swamp – Bitsah- בִּצָּה

Remembrance – Zikaron- זִכָּרוֹן

Denial- Hakchashah – הַכְחָשָׁה

Holocaust -Sho’ah – שׁוֹאָה

Hebrewsocial@eteachergroup.com

 

“We, the pilots of the Israeli Air Force, in the skies above this camp of horrors, rose from the ashes of millions of victims. We are carrying their muted cries, we salute their courage, and we promise to be a shield for the Jewish people and their land, Israel.”

You can see more of the flyover – מַטָּס – here:

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckLe0DPIcjg

The Holocaust is not simply six difficult years in the history of the Jewish people; it’s six tragic and horror-filled years in the history of the world. For that reason we all, as inhabitants of this Earth, must never forget, as Auschwitz survivor Primo Levi said in his book, If this is a Man:

“You, who are sitting with no fear in a safe place; you, who can find a warm food and a

Flash and fabulous shining sequin cocktail dresses never go wrong for holiday season. Get your shine on in a sweet short sequin cocktail dress with a gilded finish that’ll dazzle in any light. For when a little sparkle goes a long way, go for a sequin cocktail dress in regal gold for a festive take!

Throughout the formal and prom world, a major change is occurring. Country and vintage lace designs are less common, and instead we’re seeing more elegant and avant-garde silhouettes being used. Dress designers are not afraid to take design to a new level, cleverly using minimal lace in the most unexpected places. An entire evening dress is covered in a rich black lace and also features an interesting scalloped collar.

Some of my favorite lace gown creations are from the ever-changing and awe-inspiring designs in bridal industry. Many of the bridal gowns are lace from neckline to hemline, with lace fabrics ranging from the extremely delicate Alençon lace to the almost geographical, cut-out, modern laces on classic mermaid and column styles. hailmaryjanes top1sexvideos citybarbeques themeinfos apptippers tiavat top1xnxx topfreeblackporn blackhatoffers top5xnxx malehealthsreview arturofirenzes modernsharps top1xxx

face of a friend, when you come back to your house – why won’t you observe and see – this a man, who works in a cold swamp. He, who doesn’t rest and fights for a small piece of bread, that for saying “yes” or “no” he could mean death.” “אתם היושבים באין מחריד במשכנות מבטחים; אתם המוצאים מאכל חם ופני ידיד בשובכם הביתה עם דמדומים: התבוננו וראו הזהו אדם העובד בביצה הקרה; הוא, שאינו יודע מנוחה ונלחם למען פת לחם זעירה. שבעבור “כן” או “לא” לבן-מוות היה.”

 

After reading these words, we call on the world to never forget – 27/1 – International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

English -Transliteration-Hebrew

Flyover – Mattas- מַטָּס

Swamp – Bitsah- בִּצָּה

Remembrance – Zikaron- זִכָּרוֹן

Denial- Hakchashah – הַכְחָשָׁה

Holocaust -Sho’ah – שׁוֹאָה

Hebrewsocial@eteachergroup.com

 

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Simply Beautiful Expressions

Two expressions in Hebrew, which I find to be extremely beautiful.

מסביר פנים

From appetizers to dessert, these recipes will make the season special.By Sandy Quadros Bowles Passover Recipes for the Holiday

 

GIFILTE FISH1 lg Jar gifilte fish; good brand
1 bunch beets
1 bunch carrots
2 large Onions
Pepper, lots
Salt to taste

Olive oil for cooking

Garnish:
1/4 Tb extra-virgin olive oil
1/8 tsp red-wine vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
Microgreens or chopped herbs for garnish
Tamarind paste (optional)

GIFILTE FISH

Directions: Pulse the gefilte fish ingredients in a food processor. Form a patty out of the mixture, and saute in a small amount of olive oil on either side until cooked through.
Mix extra virgin olive oil and red-wine vinegar. Top gefilte fish patty with herbs or microgreens and drizzle with vinaigrette.
Optionally, you can make a tamarind drizzle or  dipping sauce by mixing tamarind paste with an equal amount of water and adding salt to taste.

BRISKET IN MARINADE1/2 cup (125 ml) lemon juice
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1 tsp. finely chopped fresh parsley
1/2 tsp. finely chopped fresh marjoram
4 lbs. (2 kilos) brisket
2 cups (500 ml) finely diced onion
2 cups (500 ml) red wine

Directions: Mix the lemon juice, pepper, parsley and marjoram together. Coat the brisket with the mixture and let marinate overnight in the refrigerator. Next day brown the meat on all sides and return to the marinade. Add the onion and red wine over the top of the brisket and cover with foil. Roast in oven at 325 degrees F (160 degrees C) for 2 and 1/2 to 3 hours.

PASSOVER BROWNIES1 c cake meal (or matzoh meal)
2 c sugar
1 pkg vanilla sugar (if available)
1/2 c cocoa
3/4 c margarine
4 eggs, room temperature
1/2 – 1 c chopped walnuts
Directions: Melt margarine and add cocoa. Let cool. Beat eggs until light, gradually beat in sugar (and vanilla sugar). Blend in cocoa mixture and cake (matzoh) meal.Blend in nuts, or save them to sprinkle over the top. Pour into a greased 9×13 pan (or two 8×8 pans.) Bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees. Cut into squares when cool.

 

PASSOVER BARBECUE RUB1/2 cup (125 ml) honey
1/4 cup (60 ml) grated horseradish
3 cloves minced garlic
1 tsp. salt
3 tsp. finely ground black pepper
3 tsp. finely ground seeded red hot chili peppers

PASSOVER BARBECUE RUB

Directions: Coat vegetables, steak, chicken breast or turkey breast with this mix and then let

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Throughout the formal and prom world, a major change is occurring. Country and vintage lace designs are less common, and instead we’re seeing more elegant and avant-garde silhouettes being used. Dress designers are not afraid to take design to a new level, cleverly using minimal lace in the most unexpected places. An entire evening dress is covered in a rich black lace and also features an interesting scalloped collar.

Some of my favorite lace gown creations are from the ever-changing and awe-inspiring designs in bridal industry. Many of the bridal gowns are lace from neckline to hemline, with lace fabrics ranging from the extremely delicate Alençon lace to the almost geographical, cut-out, modern laces on classic mermaid and column styles. hailmaryjanes top1sexvideos citybarbeques themeinfos apptippers tiavat top1xnxx topfreeblackporn blackhatoffers top5xnxx malehealthsreview arturofirenzes modernsharps top1xxx

stand for 30-40 minutes. Grill or broil until cooked the way you like it.

E-H Dictionary

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Throughout the formal and prom world, a major change is occurring. Country and vintage lace designs are less common, and instead we’re seeing more elegant and avant-garde silhouettes being used. Dress designers are not afraid to take design to a new level, cleverly using minimal lace in the most unexpected places. An entire evening dress is covered in a rich black lace and also features an interesting scalloped collar.

Some of my favorite lace gown creations are from the ever-changing and awe-inspiring designs in bridal industry. Many of the bridal gowns are lace from neckline to hemline, with lace fabrics ranging from the extremely delicate Alençon lace to the almost geographical, cut-out, modern laces on classic mermaid and column styles. hailmaryjanes top1sexvideos citybarbeques themeinfos apptippers tiavat top1xnxx topfreeblackporn blackhatoffers top5xnxx malehealthsreview arturofirenzes modernsharps top1xxx

English How pronounced Hebrew
Appetizers Matabnim מתאבנים
Pepper Pilpel פילפל
Salt Melach מלח
Garlic Shum שום
Vegetables Yerakot ירקות
Refrigerator Mekarer מקרר
Sugar Sukar סוכר
Huice Mitz מיץ
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Food for the Soul – Dishes with Jewish North-African Flavors

When Fortuna was six-years-old she made aliya from Tripoli http://www.or-shalom.org.il/index.asp  (the capital city of Lybya http://www.livluv.org.il/Index.asp?CategoryID=61 ) to Israel. It was the mid fifties, and her family was settled in the Sharon area in a Ma’bara (מַעְבָּרָה, transit camp for newcomers in Israel). When she grew up she got married and continued living with her growing family in the Sharon area in a place called Kadima (קָדִימָה)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tzoran-Kadima (well before the Kadima political party J). They were raising strawberries in the winter time and tomatoes, cucumbers, and zucchini in the summer time. They lived in shacks and worked in the fields. At noon, Fortuna brought pots with special cooked food of the Jewish people from Tripoli to the fields. The young and older men of the family took a break from their agricultural work to enjoy the wonderful food.

Buildings began to rise in the area in place of the shacks. One day, when Fortuna’s father was riding his Vespa (motorbike), he met a contractor who suggested trading the Vespa for a house. Soon, the family was settled in that house (now you may get a whole fleet of cars for the same house). Fortuna’s son, Nissim, did not like school much and when he was fourteen, he dropped out. A friend saw him wondering around the streets, and asked him to give a hand at his kitchen. The food liked Nissim, and Nissim liked cooking – a new roman began. From that moment on, Nissim did not stop cooking – cooking for his friends, cooking for the family, cooking as part of his military service, cooking, cooking, cooking.

Everyone pushed him to open his own restaurant, and in 1997, he stopped his car next to “no place” in Kadima, and decided that this is where he was about to open his restaurant. He learned all the secrets of the North-African food from his mother, and made the necessary changes needed when transferring a 5-dish pot to a restaurant-size pot. His mother came to work with him at the restaurant and taught him all she knew. Nissim learned to listen to the food, to feel the products, to sense his customers, and to listen to his mother.

 

Nissim and Fortuna preparing Couscous

 

And this is where I came to meet him – in between the pots, serving food and taking care of an interesting variety of customers. A friend introduced me to the place, and after one “Tbecha” I was hooked. The meat was so soft and the flavors were so different from what I was familiar with, yet so interesting and tempting. I had to take my kids to try it as well, and my friends, and my family. The only problem is that this place is open only for lunch (אֲרוּחַת צָהֳרַיִם, aruxat tsohorayim), and only four days a week.

 

So, what’s on the menu?

 

When you sit down, you get some fresh salads served with generously sliced fresh basic bread. The most interesting salad is the Chirshi salad, made of pumpkin cooked with spices and mashed.

 

Nissim at the Salad bar

 

The basic of all north-African foods is the Couscous (קוּסְקוּס, kuskus), a rice-like dish made of granulated moistened semolina wheat, steamed with oil, and salt. Couscous is tasty as-is, but it also takes the flavors of all the food that is put on top. When I first came to the restaurant, I tried it with Tbexabiselk. Fortuna explained that Tbexa means stew in Arabic, and the stew consists of meat, beet leaves, beans, and potatoes. It is flavored with cumin (כַּמּוֹן, kamun), garlic (שׁוּם, shum), and paprika (פַּפְּרִיקָה). When eating it, the meat dissolves in the mouth and makes your tummy feel warm and satisfied.

 

Tbecha BiSelk

 

There are many other dishes like Mafrum – potatoes filled with meat-balls, deepen in flour and egg and deep-fried. Then cooked in tomato sauce and served with no pangs of conscious; and chreime (חְרַיְמֶה)- a fish cooked in hot tomato sauce.

I think you’re hungry enough by now, so I stop!

 

The name Nissim (נִסִּים)means miracles in Hebrew and the North-African dishes made with much love and oil at his place may well remind you of the Hanukkah miracles and prepare you to the upcoming Hanukkah holiday!

 

 

Flash and fabulous shining sequin cocktail dresses never go wrong for holiday season. Get your shine on in a sweet short sequin cocktail dress with a gilded finish that’ll dazzle in any light. For when a little sparkle goes a long way, go for a sequin cocktail dress in regal gold for a festive take!

Throughout the formal and prom world, a major change is occurring. Country and vintage lace designs are less common, and instead we’re seeing more elegant and avant-garde silhouettes being used. Dress designers are not afraid to take design to a new level, cleverly using minimal lace in the most unexpected places. An entire evening dress is covered in a rich black lace and also features an interesting scalloped collar.

Some of my favorite lace gown creations are from the ever-changing and awe-inspiring designs in bridal industry. Many of the bridal gowns are lace from neckline to hemline, with lace fabrics ranging from the extremely delicate Alençon lace to the almost geographical, cut-out, modern laces on classic mermaid and column styles. hailmaryjanes top1sexvideos citybarbeques themeinfos apptippers tiavat top1xnxx topfreeblackporn blackhatoffers top5xnxx malehealthsreview arturofirenzes modernsharps top1xxx

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