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Knowing when to remain silent in a relationship is taught by Dr. Ruth using her experiences as a trained sniper in Israel’s War of Independence on “The Wisdom of Dr. Ruth Westheimer,” a Shalom TV original series on spirituality and sexual relations.
German film director Margarethe von Trotta discusses her film about Johanna “Hannah” Arendt, the German-born American Jewish philosopher was affected by covering the Eichmann trial, on Shalom TV’s “New Jewish Cinema” with host Judy Gelman Myers.
Director Rama Burshtein and “Fill The Void” lead actress Hadas Yaron talk about creating a film that portrays a complicated circumstance within an ultra-orthodox family in Tel Aviv. “New Jewish Cinema” hosted by Judy Gelman Myers.
Director Janet Tobias talks about making “No Place On Earth,” her documentary about extraordinary people who lived in caves to survive the Shoah., with Judy Gelman Myers on Shalom TV’s “New Jewish Cinema.”
Author of “A Candle In The Heart,” Judith Alter Kallman tells her moving tale of surviving the Holocaust as a very young child and now seeing her grandson bless her great-grandchild with the same Sabbath blessing her father used to bless her.
An Israeli hip hop/funk band, Hadag Nahash blends Western pop music with Eastern elements to create a sound tapestry on peace, tolerance and equality that also includes political and social protest. An exclusive Shalom TV presentation.
Vocabulary, and a complete review of all Hebrew letters and vowels, conclude this introductory series 1 of “From the Aleph-Bet,” the program for anyone of any age wishing to learn and understand Hebrew taught by Rabbi Mark S. Golub.
Breaking simple and complicated Hebrew words into syllables is taught in this episode of “From the Aleph-Bet” series 1, a Shalom TV original series on reading and understanding the Hebrew language. Teacher Rabbi Mark S. Golub.