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Barb Kessel
32:10
thanks Deb
Community Education Pardes
32:52
I am the MUTER. I ask that you shut off your videos as well. It does not mean that you cannot see or hear. It simply means that we will all have a better exsperience
Community Education Pardes
34:37
Joan Katz please close your video-thank you
Wendy Liebow
36:35
what is name of museum, again, please?
Linda Henry Goodman
36:47
Oh goodness - they CAN'T close that museum! I will access the website after our class. Thank you for telling us Rachel!
Erica Sokoloff
36:49
Lochamei haghettoot is an amazing museum that everyone should experience.
Madene Shachar
37:00
Ghetto Fighters' House gfh.org.il/eng
Barb Kessel
37:02
tghetto fighters
Mel Barenholtz
37:15
The Ghetto Fighters Museum
Frona Kahn
39:08
yayyyy!!!
John Linder
40:15
Stop donations…you and Moses!
Naomi
40:17
yes in Torah. Moshe tells everyone to stop donating for building the Mishkan.
Susan Mayer
40:17
Thank you to today's sponsors: 2 Susans, Peter, Leora, and Bill.
roy and leora
41:32
And we are not all from Newton: Cambridge, Lexington, and Waltham are also represented!!
Susan Mayer
42:20
Who is from Lexington, please?
Steven Broder
42:25
Thank you Boston area sponsors ! Come join us at Temple Emanuel when Rachel returns.
Jon Tepper
42:33
...and one from Tucson, AZ!
Peter Bronk, Susan Axe-Bronk
43:09
Leora lives in Lexington
Erica Sokoloff
44:34
I lived on Kaf Tet B’November for a few weeks one summer
Tova Shimon
45:11
We live on Hashyarot near the Shtiblech.
Dr. Marlene Ringler
45:21
I taught in that school on Kaf Tet BNovember, 1969
Esther’s iPad
45:46
my daughter lives on Gidon st (bottom right)
Jon Tepper
47:13
50 ears ago, I was on Ramah Seminar, which was based at Goldstein Youth Village next door to San Simeon. Rehov Emek Refaim was a different world then...no retail stores, just light industrial businesses.
Roxanne Kelber
47:28
me too
Anne Clark
47:36
I'm fortunate enough to have a second home just off Rachel Imenu which I can't visit at the moment because I'm self-isolating in the UK.
Community Education Pardes
49:13
Please stay muted-it is very distracting
Ayala Weinberg
55:49
what year was this
Karin Adelman
56:03
1948
Marion Stein
56:08
1948
Itzik Eshel
56:23
1947-48
Ruth Kaplan
01:05:34
Also the story of Jonah.
Frona Kahn
01:12:41
please turn off videos. this helps Rachel
Mel Barenholtz
01:13:19
PLEASE TURN OFF ALL VIDEOS
Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Mates
01:17:57
wow so terse and cleare
robertakalmanson
01:18:35
and he was physically and emotionally wounded.
Mel Barenholtz
01:27:31
Anu banu artzah - livnot u'l'hibanot bah
Mitchel Slomiak
01:41:19
It’s an amazing novel. Very well written and deeply moving
Michael Kaftor
01:43:24
"the savage screams of the attackers" .."et-bach el ya-hud" .. slaughter the Jews
Susan Mayer
01:47:14
oh, no...he's back
Susan Mayer
01:49:12
I'm in the middle of another book by Meir Shalev, The Blue Mountain. It's a comic novel about pioneers and their incredibly strong beliefs.
Erica Sokoloff
01:49:34
I am reading it right now as well.
Susan Mayer
01:49:49
I didn't anticipate it would be so funny.
Erica Sokoloff
01:50:02
Once you get into it:)
gerald hollander
01:50:15
can you post the names of the books?
lauren shachar
01:50:49
when you have time, the one about him and his Grandmother's vacuum is great, not long.
Susan Mayer
01:51:05
I love when the postmaster dies so the village votes solemnly and appoints the postmaster's donkey with the position -- after all, he already knew the route.
Erica Sokoloff
01:52:15
They are on the source sheets. Shalev - A Pigeon and a Boy; Kanyuk - 1948;
Linda Henry Goodman
01:52:26
Thank you Rachel!
Paula J
01:52:29
Rachel, thank you!
Rena Orenstein
01:52:30
THANK YOU!!
Rhea Dorn
01:52:40
Oh wonderful. Stuart is a perfect reader.
lynnie2
01:52:45
thank you!!!
Mitchel Slomiak
01:52:45
Todah Rabbah, Rachel. What wonderful texts you chose for today!
Tova Shimon
01:52:49
Toda Rachel and All
Steven Broder
01:52:53
Was the youn woman in the picture on the phone Rachel?
Solange Tajchman
01:52:56
Toddah Rabbah
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:53:00
Amazon Seesion, many many thanks, Aviva Lev-Ari
Marion Stein
01:53:01
Thank you so much,
Barb Kessel
01:53:02
bravo!
Diana Heller
01:53:14
Thank you!
Steven Broder
01:53:30
Todah, Rachell.
Harriet Wolpoff
01:54:08
Fabulous class. Todah rabah!
Diana Heller
01:54:12
Thank you. And for the community muter! Good job!
Joni Schockett
01:56:26
I am struck by the similarities among these narratives of soldiers. The Things They Carries comes to mind in particular. Heartbreaking -what war does to young men.
djm
02:02:38
sodium or potassium nitrate = saltpeter
Roberta Gross-Torres
02:03:24
remember stories about salt Peter
gila
02:04:14
Thank you Rachel!
Elisabeth Shapiro’s iPad
02:15:10
Rachel...thank you again for such a beautiful session together.
Peter Bronk, Susan Axe-Bronk
02:15:27
Todah rabah!