Radio Free Nachlaot and BE THERE ISRAEL were at Gan HaSoos ("The Horse Park") in Jerusalem on the evening of Tisha b'Av, 5771, with hundreds of "Tent City Protesters" who have taken over Jerusalem's public parks in recent weeks.
Rabbi Aaron Leibowitz and Rav Raz Hartman led a reading of "Eicha" for the Protesters, many of whom looked as if they hadn't stepped foot inside a Shul since their Bar/Bas Mitzvah - and yet everyone knew, instinctively, the trope for Eicha - because, apparently, it's in our blood.
Watch what Be There Israel broadcasted to American Jewish Federation organizations on behalf of The Jerusalem Challenge Project:
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Thursday, August 18, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
Nachlaot's own "Rav Aaron," the Rosh Beit Midrash of Sulam Yaakov and a former IDF officer, has built a successful practice in corporate training and development, specifically in the areas of leadership, teamwork and communication. He is currently involved in many community building projects in the heart of Jerusalem . On Friday nights in the Summer months you can find him leading Kabbalat Shabbat services at RESHIMU ( 8 Menorah St. in Nachlaot ).
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Chaim Richman (Director of the International Department of the Temple Institute) and Rav Avraham Sutton (author and teacher) join Steve and Lorelai for the kick-off of "Sunday Night Live: The 3 Weeks" during which we are proud to present all-Torah programming. We'll be back to music after Tisha b'Av!