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JBS Highlights 1/29 - 2/4: Bob Dylan's Jewish Roots, Mike Burstyn & Friends-Elon Gold, In the Spotlight-Bad Jews, Yad Vashem Memorial,

Watch JBS on Comcast X-1 Box Ch 1684, Atlantic Broadband 168, Hotwire Ch 269, DirecTV Ch 388, Blue Stream Ch 110, streamed on Roku under "educational", Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and jbstv.org. For a complete and timely schedule and other television providers, go to www.jbstv.org

PROGRAMS

Mike Burstyn & Friends: Elon Gold

Mike speaks with long time friend, stand-up comedian Elon Gold, who discusses his personal experiences with antisemitism, being Modern Orthodox in show business, and his love of Shabbat, Israel, and for his friend Mike. Sunday - 7:30pm & 2:30am Wednesday - 7:30am & 2:00am Saturday - 4:00pm

In the Spotlight: Emily Tamkin

Abigail Pogrebin is joined by Emily Tamkin (Senior Editor-US, The New Statesman) who discusses Bad Jews: A History of American Jewish Politics and Identities, her new book in which she examines the evolution of Jewishness throughout American history to make the case against a term that weaponizes members of the community against each other or themselves. Monday - 8:00pm Tuesday - 2:00am & 11:00am Wednesday - 5:00am Thursday - 2:00pm Friday - 2:00am Saturday - 10:30pm

Bob Dylan’s Jewish Roots

Author Louie Kemp describes growing up Jewish and attending Jewish camp with his childhood friend, Bobby Zimmerman, the iconic singer/songwriter known internationally as Bob Dylan. A conversation with Cantor Daniel Singer from the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. Tuesday- 8:00pm Wednesday - 2:00am & 1:00pm Friday - 2:00pm Saturday - 7:00pm

Yad Vashem - Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust victims are remembered by founder of the first Holocaust Memorial Gallery in the Arabic world, Ahmad Obeid al-Mansuri, Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff, and Chairperson of the Center Organizations of Holocaust Survivors in Israel, Colette Avital. Wednesday - 8:00pm Thursday - 1:00am & 11:00am Saturday - 8:00pm

In The News: Israel Update

Danny Ayalon, columnist, politician and former Ambassador of Israel to the US, discusses the current political reality in Israel, the proposed legal reforms and the subsequent backlash in Israeli and international public opinion. With Shahar Azani. Today (Sunday) - 5:30pm

In The News (ITN):Jewish Response to Mass Shootings

Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, discusses efforts to prevent gun violence, advocate for gun control and the Jewish value of the sanctity of life. With Teisha Bader. Monday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Tuesday - 3:30am, 8:30am & 12:30pm Saturday - 11:30pm

Thinking Out Loud: Micah Halpern

JBS journalist Micah Halpern discusses the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians that has recently turned violent in Jenin. Micah Halpern explains why it happened and predicts if the violence will continue, and if it will spread. Wednesday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Thursday - 8:30am & 12:30pm

Top Story with Jonathan Tobin: Jerome Marcus

JNS editor-in-chief Jonathan Tobin speaks with legal expert Jerome Marcus about the almost unlimited power that the Israeli Supreme Court has seized, and the controversy over plans to reform Israel’s judiciary. Thursday - 8:00pm Friday - 2:00am & 10:00am

Good Week Israel: Prehistoric Eggs and Holy Land Vintner

Israel uncovers prehistoric ostrich eggs in the Negev desert that could feed a village, see the Israeli additions to the Netflix catalog and meet an expert Holy Land Vintner. Tuesday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Wednesday - 8:30am & 12:30pm

On L’Chayim

Linda Hooper

Founder of the Paper Clips Project and the Whitwelll Middle School Principal, Linda Hooper, discuses the origins and the impact of the Holocaust memorial project she began with her students that snowballed into a global cause. Today (Sunday) - 12:00 Noon

Dachau Album

One of the most important Holocaust artifacts found since World War II, the Dachau Album is a recently discovered treasure, containing artwork and photographs. National Director of the project Avi Hoffman shares the story of the album and its impact on the Jewish world can be. Today (Sunday) 6:00pm Monday - 3:00pm

Stuart Weinblatt

Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt, author of Living In The Shadow of Death, describes his experience with cancer and discusses the Jewish tradition’s understanding of prayer and the power of community in the healing process. Monday - 9:00pm & Midnight Tuesday - 3:00pm

Jewish New York

*Historians Deborah Dash Moore (University of Michigan) and Jeffrey Gurock (Yeshiva University) discuss the history of New York City and of the Jews as chronicled in their book, Jews of New York: The Remarkable Story of A City and A People. Tuesday - 9:00pm & Midnight Wednesday - 3:00pm Saturday - 6:00pm *

Nitsana Darshan-Leitner

The founding director of Shurat HaDin (Israeli Law Center) Nitsana Darshan-Leitner explains how she uses the legal system to fight those who are financially involved in terrorism (banks) and to win compensation for victims. Thursday - 9:00pm & Midnight Friday – 3:00pm

JEWISH STUDIES

Adam's Sin

*The rabbinic explanation for why Adam and Eve were sent from the Garden of Eden (and why Judaism does not view it as the fall of man), and whom Adam and Eve actually look like. Today (Sunday) - 10:00am Monday - 5:00am Wednesday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Thursday - 4:00am Friday - 1:00pm *

Talmud Study: In Self Defense

The Talmud's approach to a person's obligation to defend oneself, including the notion of justifiable homicide Today (Sunday) - 9:00am Monday - 4:00am Tuesday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Wednesday- 7:00pm

Talmud Study: Guns and Moses

While the Second Amendment of the US Constitution protects the right to bear arms, what is the Jewish view on weapons, war, and self-defense? Today (Sunday) - 9:30am Monday - 4:30am Tuesday - 9:30am & 5:30pm Thursday - 7:00pm

REFORM AND ORTHODOX SHABBAT SERVICES

FRIDAY EVENING SHABBAT SERVICES

REFORM: CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE Closed Captioned 6:00pm, 11:30pm & 2:00am

ORTHODOX: HAMPTON SYNAGOGUE With Hebrew, transliteration and English subtitles 7:30pm & 10:30pm

SATURDAY MORNING SHABBAT SERVICES

REFORM: CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE Closed Captioned 9:30am & 1:00pm

ORTHODOX: HAMPTON SYNAGOGUE With Hebrew, transliteration and English subtitles 11:00am & 2:30pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel Website: jbstv.org

Temple Beth Sholom: Sholomfest 80

Join us as we Celebrate our 80th Anniversary and Honor our Past Presidents!

Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 7pm Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach

Tickets: $180 per person (not tax-deductible). Click here for tickets.

Dress Code: 1980s (optional). Click here for costume inspiration.

This event is for ages 21+. There is no assigned seating.

Tribute submissions and donations after 12/30/22 will be recognized post event. Contact: Katy Boyask, Director of Advancement at katy@tbsmb.org │ 786.406.1375

Sholomfest 80

Join Us for the 2023 Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month

Join the local Miami Jewish schools throughout February for Friendship Week, a tailored curriculum focused on teaching disability awarness and inclusion in order to deepen partnerships with Friendship Circle, a non-profit organization catering to the special needs community of Miami Beach and North Dade.

For more information, click here or call Marcy Lederman at 201.819.9805.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

JDAIM Facts

JNFuture Shabbat Dinner

Join other like-minded young philanthropists in Miami for a meaningful and rejuvenating Shabbat dinner with JNFuture. Come together with new and old friends and learn about the powerful work Jewish National Fund-USA is doing for the land and people of Israel.

Friday, February 24, 2023

7:00 - 10:00 pm (ET)

Private Residence in Miami

A full address will be provided closer to the event date.

This event is open to young philanthropists ages 22-40.

Click here to RSVP. RSVP required.

More Information Nehama Schwartz, Campaign Executive, JNFuture, South Florida

nschwartz@jnf.org • 305.682.0025 x895

JNF Shabbat Dinner

JBS Highlights 1/22- 28: Music, Memory and More for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, In the Spotlight-Mohammad Majadleh

Watch JBS on Comcast X-1 Box Ch 1684, Atlantic Broadband 168, Hotwire Ch 269, DirecTV Ch 388, Blue Stream Ch 110, streamed on Roku under "educational", Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and jbstv.org. For a complete and timely schedule and other television providers, go to www.jbstv.org

PROGRAMS

Eye on Israel: Mohammad Majadleh

Shahar Azani meets with political pundit, media analyst and Senior Reporter on Israel’s Channel 12 News, Mohammad Majadleh, who discusses Israel’s recent elections and developments in Arab Israeli politics and society, on this special program from Israel. Monday - 8:00pm Tuesday - 2:00am & 11:00am Thursday - 2:30pm

Rabbi Hirsch: Yom Hashoah Again and Again

Rabbi Hirsch reminds his congregation of the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue that throughout history the Jewish people have chosen life, and that the tradition demands that we combat humanity’s evil impulses and instill the values of tolerance, compassion, respect and freedom. Tuesday - 7:00pm Thursday 9:40am Friday - 4:30am

Central Synagogue: Voices of the Holocaust

Central Synagogue hosts the world premiere of composer Michael Shapiro’s "VOICES" of the Holocaust, a concert based on Sephardic poetry of the Shoah, featuring Cantor Daniel Mutlu (Central Synagogue), Ember Choral Arts and the American Music Ensemble, conducted by Deborah Simpkin King. Tuesday- 7:30pm Wednesday - 1:30am & 1:30pm Friday - 8:30pm Saturday - 4:30am

FIDF Live: Holocaust Remembrance

Surrounded by his lone soldier granddaughter, other IDF soldiers and host Joel Chasnoff, survivor Ariel Cohen recounts his harrowing experiences from the war and shares music and memory in a special episode of FIDF Live for Holocaust Remembrance. Wednesday - 7:30pm Thursday - 2:00am & 10:20am Saturday - 7:30pm

Kristallnacht Commemoration (Iona)

Rafael Medoff, noted historian, author and lecturer, analyzes President Roosevelt’s response to Kristallnacht and what the U.S. could have possibly done to help the Jews, during a commemoration from Iona University and the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center. Wednesday - 8:00pm Thursday - 1:00am & 11:00am Friday - 2:00am Saturday - 8:00pm

The Shoah: Dani Dayan

Just ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Chairman of Yad Vashem Dani Dayan discusses the need to educate about the Holocaust and combat rising antisemitism, and the new exhibit he is opening at the UN called “Book of Names,” which aims to do both. With Teisha Bader. Thursday - 7:30pm Friday - 11:00am

In The News: Danny Ayalon with Shahar Azani

Danny Ayalon, columnist, politician and former Ambassador of Israel to the US, discusses the current political reality in Israel, the proposed legal reforms and the subsequent backlash in Israeli and international public opinion. With Shahar Azani. Monday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Tuesday - 3:30am, 8:30am & 12:30pm Saturday - 11:30pm

Thinking Out Loud: JBS Journalist Micah Halpern

"Religion, Politics, and Corruption In Israel: this combination is a recipe for disaster. How did it emerge, and why does it continue?" Wednesday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Thursday - 8:30am & 12:30pm

Top Story with Jonathan Tobin: Josh Hammer

*Jonathan Tobin speaks with Newsweek opinion editor Josh Hammer about the war in Ukraine, how the Russia collusion hoax has influenced American opinion, President Zelenskyy’s Holocaust comments, the pressure campaign to force Israel to join the war and more. Thursday - 8:00pm Friday - 1:00am & 10:00am *

Good Week Israel: Cancer Cure, Orthodox Christmas and Jewish Nobel A look at a potential cure for cancer with incredible results in clinical trials in Israel, Orthodox Christmas celebrations in Bethlehem, and the winners of the 2023 Genesis Prize – aka the Jewish Nobel – finally named. Tuesday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Wednesday - 8:30am & 12:30pm

On L’Chayim

Joseph Malovany

Senior Cantor Emeritus of Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City, Joseph Malovany reflects upon the way in which Eastern European countries are seeking reconciliation after the Holocaust and describes his participation in a ceremony commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Today (Sunday) - 12:00 Noon & 6:00pm

Symposium on US-Israel Relations

Mort Klein (President, ZOA), Caroline Glick (Senior Contributing Editor, JNS.ORG), Eric Yoffie (President Emeritus, URJ) and Laura E. Adkins (Opinion Editor, Forward) examine President Biden’s relationship to Israel and the current ability of American Jewish leadership to advocate effectively for the Jewish state. Monday - 3:00pm

Eugene Aryeh Lebovitz

Eugene Aryeh Lebovitz, commander of troops in Haifa during the 1947 War of Independence, reminisces about his survival at Auschwitz, his running the British blockade, and his ongoing work on behalf of Israel and Jewish life. Monday - 9:00pm & Midnight
Tuesday - 3:00pm

Moshe Avital

*Moshe Avital, who survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald to become one of the “Children of Buchenwald” (a ship which ran the British blockade of Palestine), describes his journey and his fighting with the Haganah in the War of Independence. Tuesday - 9:00pm & Midnight
Wednesday - 3:00pm Saturday - 6:00pm *

Dachau Album

One of the most important Holocaust artifacts found since World War II, the Dachau Album is a treasure containing artwork and photographs. National Director of the project Avi Hoffman shares the story of the album and its impact on the Jewish world can be. Wednesday - 9:00pm & Midnight Thursday - 3:00pm

Linda Hooper

Founder of the Paper Clips Project and the Whitwelll Middle School Principal, Linda Hooper, discuses the origins and the impact of the Holocaust memorial project she began with her students that snowballed into a global cause. Thursday - 9:00pm & Midnight Friday - 3:00pm

Talmud: Human Nature

Learn what the rabbis teach about the "selfish" drives within each human being, and their unique perspective on "Human Nature" Today (Sunday) - 10:00am Wednesday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Friday - 1:00pm

Download Lessons and Worksheets free on the JBS website

Hebrew: Lesson 25

Reading and understanding two new Hebrew words that are found in many Jewish blessings Monday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Thursday - 10:00am & 5:00pm Friday - 4:00am

Talmud Study: God or Man?

As Jews read Parashat Noach, Rabbi Mordechai Becher explores how the Talmud (Kesuvos Daf Lamed) views tragedies as being in the hands of Heaven or in the hands of human beings Today (Sunday) - 9:00am Tuesday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Wednesday- 7:00pm

Talmud Study: Morality In The Shoah

Rabbi Becher reviews Talmudic examples of how one maintains moral integrity and Jewish identity in extreme circumstances. Today (Sunday) - 9:30am Tuesday - 9:30am & 5:30pm Thursday - 7:00pm

REFORM AND ORTHODOX SHABBAT SERVICES

FRIDAY EVENING SHABBAT SERVICES

REFORM: CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE Closed Captioned 6:00pm, 11:30pm & 2:00am

ORTHODOX: HAMPTON SYNAGOGUE With Hebrew, transliteration and English subtitles 7:30pm & 10:30pm

SATURDAY MORNING SHABBAT SERVICES

REFORM: CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE Closed Captioned 9:30am & 1:00pm

ORTHODOX: HAMPTON SYNAGOGUE With Hebrew, transliteration and English subtitles 11:00am & 2:30pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel Website: jbstv.org

Orchestra Miami: The Road of Promise

Join Orchestra Miami's performance of Kurt Weill's, "The Road of Promise" on Saturday, February 4 at 8m and Sunday, February 5 at 3pm at Temple Emanu-El.

Click here to purchase your ticket today.

Ticket Pricing Rows B-G= $60 * Rows H- K= $40* Rows L-N= $30* Row O= $25 Sections 5 & 6 (Partial View)= $20

The Road of Promise

Senior discount: 20% off Rows A-N with code SENIOR at checkout

Group discounts for parties of more than 10+ are available. Contact info@orchestramiami.org for more information.

Kurt Weill's

The Road of Promise

Bet Shira Celebrating Installation of Rabbi Jesse Charyn

Bet Shira Congregation, South Dade’s only Conservative Jewish synagogue, will celebrate the installation of its spiritual leader, Rabbi Jesse Charyn, with a ceremony, cocktail reception and dinner on Saturday evening, January 28, beginning at 6:45 p.m. The synagogue is located at 7500 Southwest 120th Street.

The Installation Ceremony will feature the participation of clergy from neighboring synagogues and churches, elected officials, Jewish community leaders and others.

The Installation Ceremony will be followed by cocktails, an Israeli-themed kosher dinner and entertainment. Cocktail attire is suggested. Tickets for the event are $118.00 per person. Click here to RSVP.

Rabbi Charyn became spiritual leader at Bet Shira in July 2022. The Installation Ceremony marks the congregation’s reaffirmation of the Rabbi’s religious authority, and their shared commitment to pursue the values of Conservative Judaism and the ideal of Tikkun Olam (making the world a better place). Rabbi Charyn is a speaker, teacher, chaplain, outdoor enthusiast and dedicated Jewish leader with diverse religious experience. Born and raised in Chattanooga, Tenn., he attended Young Judea’s Year Course in Israel before making aliyah (immigration) to Israel and serving in the Israel Defense Force’s Golani Special Forces from 2003-2006. His strong relationship with Israel also included staffing several Birthright Israel trips and serving as a Birthright Fellow.

A graduate of Arizona State University, Rabbi Charyn pursued post-graduate studies at the Ziegler School for Rabbinic Studies, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, the Conservative Yeshiva and Arizona State University. Before leading Bet Shira, he served as Rabbi/Director of Spiritual Care at Miami Jewish Health Systems.

Rabbi Charyn views his family as his greatest achievement, sharing his life with his wife Shira and three daughters, Rayna, Navah and Zivah.

Bet Shira, House of Song, is an inclusive, egalitarian Conservative synagogue embracing tradition and change. For more information, visit www.betshira.org or call 305-238-2601.

Rabbi Charyn Installation at Bet Shira

Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach: Virtual Events for International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach presents two virtual events on January 26 and 27 in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Music and the Holocaust with Critically Acclaimed Author and Musicologist Dr. James Grymes Thursday, Januay 26 | 7pm on ZOOM

Click here to register. Advanced registration required. Click here to read more about the speaker.

Surviving the Holocaust as a Teenage Boy Firsthand Testimony With Holocaust Survivor Saul Blau Friday, January 27 | 10am on ZOOM

Click Here to register. Advanced registration required. Click here to learn more about the speaker.

First Event

Second Event

JBS Highlights 1/15 - 1/21: Celebrating MLK, ADL-David Schwimmer, Benjamin Anthony-Rise of Jew-Hatred, In the Spotlight-Jason Kander, Robert Siegel-Crime in America

Watch JBS on Comcast X-1 Box Ch 1684, Atlantic Broadband 168, Hotwire Ch 269, DirecTV Ch 388, Blue Stream Ch 110, streamed on Roku under "educational", Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and jbstv.org. For a complete and timely schedule and other television providers, go to www.jbstv.org

PROGRAMS

Antisemitism and Anti-Black Racism

Preacher and bestselling author Michael Eric Dyson (Unequal: A Story of America) and actor David Schwimmer (Friends) discuss the historically close connection of blacks and Jews, and the importance of unity between the communities, with ADL CEO and National Director Jonathan Greenblatt. Monday - 7:30pm Tuesday - 2:30am & 11:30am Wednesday - 5:30am Thursday - 2:30pm

In the Spotlight: Jason Kander

Abigail Pogrebin is joined by political wunderkind and former army intelligence officer Jason Kander to discuss Invisible Storm, his haunting second memoir that chronicles his struggles with PTSD from service in Afghanistan and his journey to hope and healing. Monday - 8:00pm Tuesday - 2:00am & 11:00am Wednesday - 5:00am Thursday - 2:00pm Friday - 2:00am

Benjamin Anthony: Dangerous Rise of Jew-Hatred

MirYam Institute Co-Founder Benjamin Anthony recounts his experiences as a British Jew and IDF soldier, describes similarities he sees between Jew-hatred in the US and his life growing up in the UK, and urges American Jewry to stand up to bigotry. Tuesday- 8:00pm Wednesday - 1:00am & 11:00am

Robert Siegel: Crime In America

Robert Siegel looks at the recent uptick of violent crime in this country and asks what law enforcement can or should do to address the problem, with panelists Ray Kelly (Former New York City Police Commissioner), Richard Berk (Emeritus Professor of Criminology & Statistics, University of Pennsylvania), Rosa Brooks (Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law & Politics, Georgetown University Law Center), Chuck Wexler (Executive Director, Police Executive Research Forum. A program of the American Friends of Rabin Medical Center. Wednesday - 8:00pm Thursday - 2:00am & 11:00am Friday - 1:00am Saturday - 7:00pm

JPC Briefing: New Israeli Government

Merav Michaeli, Member of Knesset and leader of the Labor Party, discusses the challenges of the new Israeli government, the justice reform and continuous struggles with the coalition. With Talia Dekel-Fleissig (Senior VP, Jerusalem Press Club) Sunday - 5:30pm

Thinking Out Loud: JBS journalist Micah Halpern

Micah discusses how there have been numerous rightwing⁠—even extremist⁠—governments in Israel. Begin, Shamir, Sharon⁠ — Diaspora Jewry responded to them ⁠— there might be lessons to be learned from the past. Wednesday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Thursday - 3:30am, 8:30am & 12:30pm

Good Week Israel: Aerial Defenses, Dead Sea Caves and Ofra Haza Israel updates its aerial defenses, Journalists receive a rare glimpse into biblical history on an exclusive tour of the caves along the Dead Sea and an Israeli icon is named as one of Rolling Stones magazine’s top singers of all time. Tuesday - 6:30pm & 11:30pm Wednesday - 3:30am, 8:30am & 12:30pm

On L’Chayim

Elie Abadie - Part 2

Co-President of “Justice for Jews from Arab Countries” (JJAC), Rabbi Elie Abadie (Manhattan East Synagogue), describes his ties to Israel and discusses the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from a Sephardic Jewish perspective. Sunday - 12:00 Noon

Clarence Jones

Martin Luther King Jr.'s attorney and confidant, Clarence Jones, describes how the Jewish community made the civil rights movement possible, condemns Black antisemitism, and calls upon the Palestinians to renounce terrorism as a precondition for peace. Sunday - 6:00 pm Monday - 9:00pm & Midnight Tuesday - 3:00pm Saturday - 6:00pm

Chloe Valdary

Former brand Ambassador for Jerusalem U, Chloe Valdary, a black Christian activist, describes how she came to be an ardent defender of Israel and suggests the best way for the Jewish community to respond to the BDS Movement. Monday - 3:00pm

Josh Warhit

Josh Warhit, who made Aliyah and served Israel as a “Lone Soldier” (no relatives in Israel), describes the ethic of the IDF he experienced serving at the Lebanese Border and on the West Bank, and fighting in the Gaza War of 2014 Tuesday - 9:00pm & Midnight Wednesday - 3:00pm

Symposium on US-Israel Relations

Mort Klein (President, ZOA), Caroline Glick (Senior Contributing Editor, JNS.ORG), Eric Yoffie (President Emeritus, URJ) and Laura E. Adkins (Opinion Editor, Forward) examine President Biden’s relationship to Israel and the current ability of American Jewish leadership to advocate effectively for the Jewish state. Wednesday - 9:00pm & Midnight Thursday - 3:00pm

Cantor Joseph Malovany

Cantor Joseph Malovany reflects upon the way in which Eastern European countries are seeking reconciliation after the Holocaust and describes his participation in a ceremony commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Thursday - 9:00pm & Midnight Friday - 3:00pm

JEWISH STUDIES

Sex in Judaism

Human sexuality in the Jewish tradition is reviewed in an ongoing study of the story of the Garden of Eden, including the rabbinic view of female sexuality, birth control, and the day most appropriate for sexual relations. Sunday - 10:00am Monday - 5:00am Wednesday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Friday - 1:00pm

Hebrew: Lesson 24

A thorough vocabulary review is conducted on this episode of From the Aleph Bet Monday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Thursday - 10:00am & 5:00pm

Talmud Study: Doing What Is Right!

The Talmudic principle of doing what is right regardless of the consequences is covered by Rabbi Mordechai Becher in a lesson entitled "Truth or Consequences?" Sunday - 9:00am Monday - 4:00am Tuesday - 9:00am & 5:00pm Wednesday- 7:00pm

Talmud Study: Alternative Therapies

Rabbi Mordechai Becher discusses the position of Jewish Halacha on the issue of Alternative Therapies, using various rabbinical opinions, scripture, and scientific anecdotes to come to reasonable, common-sense conclusions about what kinds of Alternative Therapies may be advisable or inadvisable in general, and appropriate or inappropriate under Jewish law, specifically. Sunday - 9:30am Monday - 4:30am Tuesday - 9:30am & 5:30pm Thursday - 7:00pm

REFORM AND ORTHODOX SHABBAT SERVICES

FRIDAY EVENING SHABBAT SERVICES

REFORM: CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE Closed Captioned 6:00pm, 11:30pm & 2:00am

ORTHODOX: HAMPTON SYNAGOGUE With Hebrew, transliteration and English subtitles 7:30pm & 10:30pm

SATURDAY MORNING SHABBAT SERVICES

REFORM: CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE Closed Captioned 9:30am & 1:00pm

ORTHODOX: HAMPTON SYNAGOGUE With Hebrew, transliteration and English subtitles 11:00am & 2:30pm

Edith Samers Vice President 203.536.6914 (cell phone) JBS Jewish Broadcasting Service, a 501c3 fulltime television channel Website: jbstv.org

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